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  • The Church: The Gate Of God Series

    Contributed by Dan Thompkins on Sep 12, 2002
    based on 35 ratings
     | 5,016 views

    If you’re weary with church as usual, let’s evaluate the proper steps that we must take that will prepare us for a move of God.

    The Church; The Gate of God SHM – 11/25/01 p.m. – Text: Nehemiah 2:11-20 There are three essentials of rebuilding the gates and reclaiming the city of God: ·Preparation ·Cooperation ·Determination Preparation: Three Kinds of Preparation Are Necessary I. Head Preparation – The Development of ...read more

  • "Come Let Us Rebuild"

    Contributed by Ewen Huffman on Sep 20, 2002
    based on 14 ratings
     | 8,555 views

    The ABC of rebuilding. A) Assess the situation. Admit there’s a problem B) Be Bold. God is with you C) Commit to change

    “Come let us rebuild the wall of Jerusalem” Neh 2:11-20 WGBC 22/9/02 Joke: your dog can’t swim! - God is at work here. There are good things happening in the church. Alpha. (one church had 90 visitors) Christmas. Unity. o Seems strange to me that EVERYONE doesn’t want it! - Can’t stop myself ...read more

  • Building A Dream Team Series

    Contributed by Rick Duncan on Sep 24, 2002
    based on 129 ratings
     | 17,988 views

    When rebuilding something that’s broken in your life or ministry, you’ll need help from others. This message pulls out principles from Nehemiah’s life that can help us learn to build a team and motivate others.

    I’ve asked you in recent weeks to think about what’s broken in your sphere of influence. It could be a relationship with a spouse, a parent, a child, a friend. It could be that something is broken in your career or ministry. Identifying the broken places helps us see what job God wants us to do ...read more

  • How To Stop The Lord's Work

    Contributed by Maurice Brown on Jul 2, 2001
    based on 180 ratings
     | 10,651 views

    Satan is busy today in his efforts to destroy the work of His People.

    INTRODUCTION A. What is your attitude towards the work of the Lord? 1. Every Christian should be interested in the growth of the Lord’s work 2. We should be doing all we can to help build up the Church. B. Ezra and Nehemiah had a zeal for the Lord’s work 1. Ezra wanted to ...read more

  • New Year's Commitment

    Contributed by Jerry Falwell on Dec 4, 2001
    based on 207 ratings
     | 18,590 views

    New things give us an opportunity to start over.

    NEW YEAR’S COMMITMENT Commitment Sunday BY Dr. Jerry Falwell A. NEW YEAR COMMITMENT 1. New Year Challenge. . . New beginning. New things give us an opportunity to start over. A new job means you have a challenge to do better than the last job. In a new job they don’t know your weaknesses, ...read more

  • A New Begining - Part Two

    Contributed by Steve Malone on Dec 10, 2001
    based on 35 ratings
     | 8,356 views

    In these message we will continue to look to the book of Nehemiah for more priciples for having an awesome new beginning.

    "A NEW BEGINNING PART 3" TEXT: NEHEMIAH 2 "Early in the morning Joshua and all the israelites set out from Shittim and went to the Jordan, where they camped before crossing over..." Joshua 3:1 Have you ever experienced what people call Da Ja Vu? You know when you feel like you’ve been ...read more

  • Rise Up, Build Up, Work Up

    Contributed by Bob Aubuchon on Apr 2, 2001
    based on 149 ratings
     | 13,676 views

    As a body of believers we are encouraged to rise up, build up, and work up in the strength of the Lord.

    By: R. AuBuchon Jr. In the past two weeks we have been invited to get in the boat and work together as a team. Today we are challenged to rebuild the walls that will fortify family life, church life and community life. Much like in the days of Nehemiah the walls that once protected and gave us ...read more

  • Building Walls That Last

    Contributed by David Simmons on Jan 18, 2001
    based on 141 ratings
     | 9,366 views

    How the church can develop a passion for fulfilling her mission

    COWBOY FOOTBALL Well, God is still in control. I learned that this past Monday night. God still is a Cowboy fan, I’m convinced. Only God could take the bottom dwellers of the league, the Dallas Cowboys, and help them pull out a victory against the “Super Bowl bound, 100 million dollar,” ...read more

  • A Vision For A Great Work Series

    Contributed by David Blizzard on Feb 10, 2001
    based on 144 ratings
     | 4,801 views

    GOING FORWARD WITH A VISION

    A VISION FOR A GREAT WORK – NEH. 2:11-20 Review Nehemiah 1-2 – He was involved in the rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem. It was not just a project but it was about people. Nehemiah has chosen not to just live comfortable and let his people suffer. He left the King’s court and was willing to be ...read more

  • Becoming A Church Of Excellence: Vision Series

    Contributed by James Capps on Feb 12, 2001
    based on 144 ratings
     | 7,408 views

    A church without a vision is lost, that vision must come from God.

    CHURCH OF EXCELLENCE: Vision! Proverbs 29:18; ; Nehemiah 2:1-18 "Where there is no vision, the people perish." (Prov 28:18) God makes it very clear that we are to have a vision of what He is doing in the world. He’s not just talking about setting goals and going after it, but he is wanting us to ...read more

  • Off The Wall

    Contributed by Larry Bergeron on Aug 22, 2001
    based on 29 ratings
     | 7,378 views

    Satan wants God’s people distracted from their mission--he wants us "Off The Wall"; but God promises us victory if we remain faithful and stay ON THE WALL

    OFF THE WALL Nehemiah 6:1-16 by Dr. Larry A. Bergeron Red Bay COG,June 3, 2001 (PM) INTRODUCTORY REMARKS Tonight we are going to have a time of testimonies. OPENING REMARKS Turn in your Bibles to the Book of Nehemiah (after Ezra, before Esther) In a few moments we are going to be reading from ...read more

  • Perseverance In Adversity Series

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Sep 3, 2001
    based on 37 ratings
     | 4,807 views

    Nehemiah persevered when the chips were down

    III: PERSEVERE IN ADVERSITY Neh. 2:10 & 19 & 20. Sanballat the Horite and Tobiah the Ammonite opposed him. Both non-Jews. Not part of the OT covenant. Jealousy and fear of the consequences. Nehemiah would become powerful. Note Nehemiah rebukes them, not by name calling but merely by ...read more

  • Preparation For Reconstruction Series

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Sep 3, 2001
    based on 21 ratings
     | 3,498 views

    Do your homework!

    IV. PREPARATIONS FOR THE ACTUAL RECONSTRUCTION Nehemiah: a) He "cases the joint" Neh. 2:11-17 In God’s Work it is important to see what you are being called to do and to see if you are prepared to do it. we are not robots. we are called to take an active interest in the Life the lord has called ...read more

  • The Vision Thing Series

    Contributed by Byron Harvey on Oct 10, 2001
    based on 39 ratings
     | 4,618 views

    This sermon was part of a series I preached on Nehemiah’s one holy passion, the glory of God.

    One Holy Passion Nehemiah 2:11-20 February 25, 2001 ¡§The Vision Thing¡¨ ¡§He was born in the summer of his twenty-seventh year, coming home to a place he¡¦d never been before.¡¨ That was how John Denver described his feeling as he saw the Rocky Mountains for the first time. Karen and I had ...read more

  • Defining The Vision

    Contributed by Todd Randolph on Oct 12, 2001
    based on 48 ratings
     | 5,797 views

    Defining the Vision that God has given you both Personally and Corporately as His Church.

    Jimmy Johnson what he told his players before leading the Dallas Cowboys onto the field for the 1993 Super Bowl. "I told them that if I laid a two-by-four across the floor, everybody there would walk across it and not fall, because our focus would be on walking the length of that board. But if I ...read more