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  • A Magnificent Concerto! Series

    Contributed by Melvin Newland on Nov 25, 2010
    based on 13 ratings

    Nehemiah doesn't do things the way I would do them. If there is a job to be done, I am usually quick to say, "Let's get on with it! If it needs to be done, let's not waste any more time. Let's do it!" (Powerpoints available - #317)

    MELVIN NEWLAND, MINISTER RIDGE CHAPEL, KANSAS, OK (This is the third of a Leadership series featuring Nehemiah. Some ideas & illustrations in these messages were based on or benefited greatly from, to varying more

  • Unshakeable Confidence Series

    Contributed by Brian Atwood on Sep 18, 2009
    based on 15 ratings

    How to effectively deal with insecurity, difficult tasks and pessimists.

    We’re in the pre-series "Getting Ready for Something More." Last time we saw Nehemiah, a Jew living in exile in the foreign land of Persia, serving as the king’s cupbearer, the person who tested the food and drink served to the king to make sure it wasn’t poisoned. He had received a more

  • Sermon Series: Creating A Shared Vision: "It's In The Way That You Use It" Series

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Jan 30, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Sermon #1 on creating a shared vision.

    Nehemiah 2:11-20 Sermon Series: Creating a Shared Vision “It’s in the Way that You Use It” by: Rev. Ken Sauer, Pastor, Grace United Methodist Church, Soddy Daisy, TN Around 444 BC, a Jewish man named Nehemiah was given a vision by God. He was to rebuild the wall more

  • Responding To The Vision Series

    Contributed by Scott Kircher on Jun 16, 2008
    based on 7 ratings

    How to respond to a vision from God

    Responding to the Vision – Sermon 2 Respond Patiently Nehemiah Patiently Served Nehemiah Patiently Prayed Nehemiah Patiently Planned Respond by Praising Respond by Presenting the Problem to the People Respond by Proposing the Vision of the Lord Slide 1 Slide 1 Have you ever thought more

  • Leadership Essentials Series

    Contributed by Jason Jones on Sep 10, 2007
    based on 9 ratings

    Exposition of Nehemiah 2:9-20 about Nehemiah’s journey to Jerusalem and the first part of gathering the troops and casting the vision

    Text: Nehemiah 2:9-20, Title: Leadership Essentials, Date/Place: NRBC, 9/9/07, PM A. Opening illustration: Read the quotes about leadership on p. 27-28 of Sanders’ Spiritual Leadership down through Truman’s quote. B. Background to passage: Four months after this intense burden for the kingdom and more

  • Fear To Faith - Part 2 Series

    Contributed by Don Jones on Jan 12, 2007
    based on 19 ratings

    Seond part of Fear to Faith: Steps to success 1. Examine the work 2. Enlist others 3. Exercise your faith.

    Fear to Faith - Part 2 Nehemiah 2:11-20 Pastor Don Jones Introduction Rev. David E. Cox passed along this observation to his congregation one day. My youngest son, Brandon, is quite the newcomer as an author. No, he does not have the capabilities of writing splendid poetry like Maya more

  • Climb That Mountain Series

    Contributed by Tim Patrick on Jan 9, 2006
    based on 14 ratings

    Follow the example of Nehemiah as you learn to overcome the mountains that challenge your faith.

    Are you facing any mountains in your spiritual life: doubt, disease, financial problems, fear, anger, relationship problems, a job you want to do for God and the like? This past week we witnessed people struggling with mountains. A number of people in west Texas lost their homes in the teeth of more

  • Reconstructing Your Life #3

    Contributed by Dennis Bachman on Aug 23, 2004
    based on 6 ratings

    A study of the book of Nehemiah. Focusing on renewal and cooperation.

    Introduction: In this passage of Scripture we see the wisdom of Nehemiah as he prepares to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem. As we look at this passage, I want us to focus on what God would have us do as we prepare to rebuild the walls of our spiritual lives. If we are really honest with God more

  • Strategy For Sucess

    Contributed by John Baggett on Mar 30, 2004
    based on 43 ratings

    Nehemiah used a structured and God ordained strategy for accomplishing the mission God placed in his heart. A Strategy that churches can still use and be blessed by today. Planning and following through to really see some things take place for God.

    Strategy for Success Nehemiah 1 : 1-4 & 2: ll-18 In his book The Purpose Driven Church. Rick Warren tells a story about his father being the best fisherman he ever met. He would always catch more fish than anyone else. The reason for his success Warren believed was that his dad more

  • Nehemiah's Vision

    Contributed by James May on Jan 9, 2004
    based on 55 ratings

    Nehemiah had a vision and a call to do a work for God. He would let no one nor anything stand in his way. Through hardships, planning and perseverance the job was done and Israel had a home once again. God has not changed. Your dream and calling will c

    NEHEMIAH’S VISION Nehemiah 2:11-20, "So I came to Jerusalem, and was there three days. And I arose in the night, I and some few men with me; neither told I any man what my God had put in my heart to do at Jerusalem: neither was there any beast with me, save the beast that I rode upon. And I went more

  • How Can We Protect Our Most Valued Resources Series

    Contributed by Charles Wilkerson on Nov 15, 2003
    based on 4 ratings

    Personal time with Jesus protects that which is most important in our lives--and keeps us on task

    One hundred forty vertical stone slabs that stretch 494 feet long and stand 10 feet tall at the highest point. Engraved on this coal-black wall are 58,132 names of American soldiers dead or missing. If you’ve been to the Vietnam Memorial, you have witnessed the somber silence that sets on the more

  • How To Tackle A Tough Job Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on May 21, 2003
    based on 147 ratings

    Nehemiah had a pretty impressive resume and instead of leaving a path of destruction behind him, he was about to tackle the path of destruction in front of him

    How to Tackle a Tough Job I came across some lines from actual resumes this week: I have lurnt Word Perfect 6.0 computor and spreasheet progroms. Received a plague for Salesperson of the Year It’s best for employers that I not work with people. I’m a perfectionist and rarely if if ever more

  • We Can Do This Series

    Contributed by Paul Decker on Jan 29, 2003
    based on 78 ratings

    We must have the courage to move forward.

    WE CAN DO THIS Nehemiah 2:9-20 S: Courage Th: Brave Hearts Pr: WE MUST HAVE THE COURAGE TO MOVE FORWARD. ?: What? What keeps us from moving forward? KW: Barriers TS: We will find in our study of Nehemiah 2:9-20, three barriers that keep us from moving forward. The _____ barrier is more

  • Nine Ways To Bet The Farm Series

    Contributed by Russell Brownworth on Oct 14, 2002
    based on 61 ratings

    The joy and excitement of laying it all on the line for Christ.

    October 13, 2002 1And it came to pass in the month Nisan, in the twentieth year of Artaxerxes the king, that wine was before him: and I took up the wine, and gave it unto the king. Now I had not been beforetime sad in his presence. 2Wherefore the king said unto me, Why is thy countenance sad, more

  • Building A Dream Team Series

    Contributed by Rick Duncan on Sep 24, 2002
    based on 129 ratings

    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 more