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  • Usury

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Mar 15, 2019

    A study in the book of Nehemiah 5: 1 – 19

    Nehemiah 5: 1 – 19 Usury 5 And there was a great outcry of the people and their wives against their Jewish brethren. 2 For there were those who said, “We, our sons, and our daughters are many; therefore, let us get grain, that we may eat and live.” 3 There were also some who said, “We have more

  • People Projects Series

    Contributed by Caleb Anderson on Nov 7, 2016

    No matter what you're doing… PEOPLE will have something to do with it. You might not think of yourself as a leader, but you influence someone.

    The project is always about the people But you and I, as humans, can get lost in the project …lost in the PROFITS …lost in the politics …lost in the praise …and forget about the people No matter what you're doing… or what you want to do… PEOPLE will more

  • Meanwhile, Behind The Walls … Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Mar 1, 2016

    Many of us are challenged with resolving conflicts and still honoring God. In his life, even as the governor of Jerusalem charged with helping the people, Nehemiah still ONLY wanted God’s approval … is that what we desire also?

    Meanwhile, behind the walls … Nehemiah 5:1-19 Introduction - Nehemiah is a great study of leadership, but also shows obedience to God - Last week we saw Nehemiah establishing a watch while they worked -- This put the people on guard to protect them from the enemy -- But also more

  • Nehemiah - Rebuilding The Wall Chapter 5 Series

    Contributed by Mark Mitchell on Nov 29, 2015

    Following Nehemiah's example will lead to church revitalization

    Nehemiah - Rebuilding the Wall Chapter 5 I. The New Opposition – Internal Difficulties. (vs. 5-11) - Poverty - Famine - Heavy Taxation - Families disrupted - Heavy Interest on Loans - Internal Discord II. The Resolution (vs. more

  • Power Usage Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Apr 15, 2015

    Don't use your power to benefit yourself at others' expense; use it to benefit others at your expense.

    Just a few years ago (2012), Paul Piff was researching the effect power had on people. So in one study, he had subjects play a two-person game of Monopoly in which power was intentionally skewed: one player was given a wad of cash and the use of both dice; while the other player received only half more

  • Restoring Right Relationships Series

    Contributed by Pat Damiani on Apr 6, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    Our relationships within the body of Christ affect our witness outside the church.

    This week I came across these words that were written by Chris Tomlin in his preface to Francis Chan’s book titled “Crazy Love”: “Isn't it interesting that in Acts 11, at the end of verse 26, it says, "The disciples were called Christians first at Antioch." What I find more

  • Resolving The Inward Struggles Of Rebuilding Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Mar 27, 2015

    This is the 6th sermon in the series "Rebuilding". There will be inward struggles when you rebuild.

    Series: Rebuilding [#6] RESOLVING THE INWARD STRUGGLES OF REBUILDING Nehemiah 5:1-19 Introduction: One of the most common and unfortunate stories of the Church, the workplace, and the home is fighting amongst each other. Nehemiah faced some inward struggles also. Nehemiah 5:1-5 more

  • Leadership And Justice Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Feb 20, 2015

    Here we find a whole series of problems of economic injustice that are brought to Nehemiah. Nehemiah's solution is to call them back to the original God had given Israel and to recommit himself and his leadership team to following these laws themselves.

    Sermon by Rev John Altmann If the world were a village… [youtube video] In the OT God has given us an object lesson. He teaches by example rather than purely by words. He has gone to great trouble to set up a demonstration of his values in the life of one nation, Israel, that he more

  • Restoring The Integrity Of Leadership Series

    Contributed by M. Keith Williams on Jan 13, 2015

    People take notice when people of integrity lead

    Restoring the Integrity of Leadership Nehemiah 5:1-19 Rodeo Road Baptist Church September 28, 2014 Disclaimer: Each sermon in this series on Nehemiah was written with both commentary help and referencing from time to time information from sermons and illustration found on Sermon Central. In more

  • When There's Conflict, Resolve It! Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Aug 31, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    Conflict is inevitable in our lives. Therefore, we must learn how to work toward conflict resolution. Nehemiah is an excellent example for us on resolving conflict.

    Introduction: A. Today, I want us to begin this sermon by looking at a couple of cartoons to get us thinking about “conflict resolution.” 1. Cartoon #1 – Here we have a typical church committee meeting… a. Someone makes the proposal – “I think the church more

  • Defending The Poor Series

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Mar 3, 2013

    God cares for the poor and oppressed; one of the most prominent themes in the Bible is our response toward the poor. It is the duty of God’s people to provide for those in need as best as we can with compassion, following the example of Nehemiah.

    Nehemiah has resisted outward attacks, but now there’s corruption within. It’s been said that, “No test of leadership is more revealing than the test of opposition” (Boice). Nehemiah wasn’t expecting opposition from his own people. The outcry of the poor reached his more

  • Losing Focus

    Contributed by Horace Wimpey on Mar 1, 2013
    based on 5 ratings

    When the Jewish people lost focus and became bitter against each other, Nehemiah brings them back into focus.

    When We Lose Focus Nehemiah 5: 1-19 Intro: News article taken from the archives of Landover Baptist church in Maryland. 100 years of Christian fellowship, spiritual love, Godly unity, and community growth ended last Tuesday in a fit of congregational discord not to be rivaled in this more

  • Internal Opposition/Conflict Series

    Contributed by Bobby Stults on Feb 3, 2013

    When serving God conflict and attack from the enemy is expected, what we do NOT expect is the enemy using our own to attack. We must meet this challenge of internal conflict and Nehemiah gives us a template on how this can be done... meet it with honesty

    Sermon Brief Date Written: January 31, 2013 Date Preached: February 3, 2013 Where Preached: OPBC (AM) Sermon Details: Series Title: Building with God Sermon Title: Internal Strife and Opposition Sermon Text: Nehemiah 5 [ESV] Introduction: Nehemiah had heard of the great more

  • How To Stop Fights At Church?

    Contributed by Mayor Gerardo Balmori on Apr 2, 2011
    based on 13 ratings

    There is a direct correlation between the effectiveness of our mission and how we treat each other. We must be the church before we can build the church. We must care for one another before we can hope to reach this community and county for Christ

    Mayor Gerardo Balmori The Salvation Army 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, more

  • The Fight Within The Wall Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Feb 21, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    The greatest problem in ministry is often the fight within. Beware of the seeds of discontent, distrust and rivalry that the evil One can sow within the Body of Christ. Don't let selfishness gets the better of us.

    What we learn last week: There will be oppositions in ministry. • We cannot stop what people will say but we can choose not to allow their words or deeds to discourage us from doing what is good and right, what is the will of God. • We choose not to be distracted; we FOCUS on what more