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  • Debt Free Living

    Contributed by Bob Ashcraft on Nov 18, 2001
    based on 118 ratings

    This is a strong message on becoming debt free. I credit John Avanzini and Mike Murdock for this material. This word has blessed my congregation.

    Debt Free Living  I am in a teaching mode today. - take notes.  I will be moving fast through this.  This message will change your future.  Much of this material is from John Avanzini and Mike Murdock, who are excellent teachers on finance. 6 STEPS TO DEBT FREE more

  • I Would Not Do That Series

    Contributed by Richard White on Oct 4, 2002
    based on 17 ratings

    Because of his devotion to God, Nehemiah could keep himself from doing wrong. We should improve our devotion to God so we too can overcome sin in our life.

    I would not do that! Neh 5:1-19 Illustration: Mikey the guy we love to hate. He is always cheerful. He wakes up every morning deciding to be happy. When he had his accident he decided to live. We must decide to pursue holiness. Walter Scott presented us with a five finger plan of more

  • When Greed Is The Creed Series

    Contributed by David Blizzard on Jan 26, 2001
    based on 104 ratings


    WHEN GREED IS THE CREED – NEHEMIAH 5:1-13 Because we live in a temporary world we face a challenge every day about the priorities of life. Will we live for the temporary world or will we live for that which is eternal. If we are not careful and don’t keep our eyes on Jesus and His kingdom, we will more

  • The Right Time To Do Right Series

    Contributed by Russell Brownworth on Nov 17, 2002
    based on 20 ratings

    Social action -- sticking up for your weaker brother/neighbor is always right in God’s eyes.

    November 17, 2002 1About this time some of the men and their wives raised a cry of protest against their fellow Jews. 2They were saying, ¡§We have such large families. We need more money just so we can buy the food we need to survive.¡¨ 3Others said, ¡§We have mortgaged our fields, vineyards, and more

  • An Inside Job Series

    Contributed by Byron Harvey on Oct 9, 2001
    based on 44 ratings

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

    One Holy Passion Nehemiah 5 March 25, 2001 ¡§An Inside Job¡¨ The challenges for Nehemiah seemed to fly fast and furious. After hearing the report of the reproach that Jerusalem had become and in prayer determining that God had laid it on his heart to do something about it, Nehemiah faced an more

  • The Wind Beneath My Wings Series

    Contributed by Victor Yap on Dec 24, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    Nehemiah, Pt. 5

    THE WIND BENEATH MY WINGS: FROM ACRIMONY TO AGREEMENT (NEHEMIAH 5) The worst cold war I have ever witnessed was between two pastors I knew. One was the senior pastor and the other was the Mandarin pastor of the same church. Some deacons in the church board wanted to force the old senior pastor in more

  • Responding To Injustice Series

    Contributed by Jim Drake on May 22, 2009
    based on 14 ratings

    We are constantly surrounded by injustice in our world today. It has been that way since the fall and will continue to be that way until Christ returns. So how should we deal with it? As a leader, you are called to respond to injustice like Nehemiah di You don’t have to look very far to see examples of injustice in the world, do you? Just the past couple of weeks, we’ve seen car dealerships being arbitrarily shut down. When you hear the stories of what’s happening, one thing comes to mind—it’s not fair. more

  • Hell Has A Big Mouth

    Contributed by Brian Buriff on May 1, 2007
    based on 9 ratings

    Hell has enlarged itself. Poor original planning or simply overwelming volume of sin? However the wider Hell opens its mouth, the more wider Victory opens its mouth. Eventually death, the grave and hell will be swallowed up in Victory.

    I. THIS IS AN INTRIGUING VERSE A. Other Versions: Isa 5:14 “Therefore the grave enlarges its appetite and opens its mouth without limit” -NIV Isa 5:14 “So the place of the dead wants more and more people, and it opens wide its mouth”. – New Century Version B. Sheol = she’owl more

  • Who Profits From These Walls?

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Dec 23, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    In support of property redevelopment in this church: God will remember us, as will this community, if we build with human needs in mind, if we build unselfishly, and if we build for future generations.

    All of us have a powerful need to be remembered and will do almost anything to make sure we are remembered. We want to be remembered; we want somebody to remember those significant dates like birthdays and anniversaries, and we will drop hints and leave calendars lying around and do everything we more

  • For These People

    Contributed by Nathan Johnson on Oct 15, 2008

    Nehemiah demonstrates selfless leadership in the lives of his people, encouraging us to do the same.

    For These People Griffith Baptist Church – 10/19/08 P.M. Service Text: Nehemiah 5:14-19 Key verse: Nehemiah 5:19 - Think upon me, my God, for good, according to all that I have done for this people. Premise: Nehemiah demonstrates selfless leadership in the lives of his people, encouraging us to more

  • Save Me, I'm Drowning! - Debt

    Contributed by Jerry Shirley on Oct 7, 2010
    based on 100 ratings

    God threw His Son into the waters of sin to save us from drowning. Now, what can He do for us who are drowning in debt and financial bondage? Here's the steps to freedom! Link inc. to formatted text, audio/video, PowerPoint.

    Save Me, I'm Drowning! Nehemiah 5:1-19 If you saw someone drowning and God said the only way to save them was to throw in your child, would you do it? I wouldn't. But that's exactly what God did in order to save our souls. We were going under, more

  • Opposition From Within Series

    Contributed by Jake Kircher on Dec 27, 2005
    based on 7 ratings

    What to do when we face oppositon from the people who should be helping us.

    Intro: Variation on a skit from The Ideas Library: Drama, Skits, and Sketches 3 (Working Parts, 97-99) The last few weeks we have been looking at opposition that we face in our lives. We talked about verbal ridicule and discouragement two weeks ago and growing opposition last week. Both weeks we more

  • How To Create A Unified Community Through God-Fearing. Series

    Contributed by Daniel Devilder on Nov 13, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    How proper fearing of God (instead of forgetting him) can lead to a unified community. Nehemiahs revival met with internal obstacles as well as the external one

    Unity from Fear How to Create a Unified Community Through God-Fearing. (the main body is a bit sparse. But i hope with the opening thoughts and basic outline that this will help those working through Nehemiah. Unfortunately the main body was hand written and never got more

  • When Conflict Arises

    Contributed by Jonathan Powell on Nov 6, 2006
    based on 9 ratings

    When Conflict comes, where do you go?

    When Conflict Arises – How to handle stuff when you’re backed up against the wall Nehemiah 5:1-19 Construction Series # In previous sermons from Nehemiah, it seems that most of the problems that came up for Nehemiah were from outside sources. In chapter five, we see a new problem developing – more

  • How To Stop Strife Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on May 20, 2003
    based on 181 ratings

    Nehemiah has to put down his hard hat and turn his attention from the construction of the wall to the walls that were being put up between his workers. While their external enemies helped to rally the people, internal conflict threatened to divide and de

    How to Stop Strife As we continue in our series through the Book of Nehemiah, we’ve learned that Nehemiah confronted a different challenge in each chapter: • In chapter one, he was faced with a personal challenge. When he heard about what was happening in Jerusalem, he sat down and wept and then more