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  • Renew Nehemiah Pt 3 Series

    Contributed by Michael Mccartney on Mar 7, 2021

    The Body of Christ in America needs to be renewed in 2021. They need to follow the example of Nehemiah who returned to Jerusalem by the direction of the Lord to rebuild, restore, rejuvenate, reform and to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem.

    Series: Renew 2021 Thesis: We need to be renewed by connecting or re-connecting with the Lord this year in 2021. To do this requires a renewed mind, a renewed soul and a renewed passion for Jesus. Key theme Scriptures for the year: “Even youths grow tired and weary, and young men stumble and more

  • Before The Watergate

    Contributed by Charles J. Tomlin on Nov 11, 2020

    In this message the need for the Word of God as the moral and spiritual foundation of of our Christian life and hope is related to the story of Ezra reading the Law to the exiles who had returned to rebuild Jerusalem.

    …Before the Water Gate Nehemiah 8: 1-12 A sermon preached by Charles J. Tomlin, DMin All the people gathered together into the square before the Water Gate. They told the scribe Ezra to bring the book of the law of Moses, which the LORD had given to Israel. 2 Accordingly, the priest Ezra more

  • The People And The Book

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Nov 1, 2020

    ‘The People and the Book’ – Nehemiah chapter 8 verses 1-11 – sermon by Gordon Curley (PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request – email

    SERMON OUTLINE: (1). Visually: He made sure people could see him (vs 5). (2). Audibly: He made sure people could hear him (vs 5). (3). Respectfully: He made sure people were tuned in (vs 5b & 6). (4). Patiently: He made sure people were (vs 5b). (5). Clarity: He made sure people could more

  • Gathering Together Under The Word

    Contributed by Travis L. Billings on Sep 28, 2020

    It is obvious that the Spirit of God was moving and working in the hearts of those in Jerusalem even before reading the Word of God. Generally speaking, people do not often gather together as one for God “unless the Father draws them (John 6:44).”

    Last week, we spoke the fact that GOD IS NOT ONLY CONCERNED WITH WHAT IS CREATED, HE IS CONCERNED WITH HOW WE TAKE CARE OF WHAT WAS CREATED. Nehemiah began moving from the building project itself, to taking the necessary steps to insure that what was built (or created) would be protected and more

  • How To Approach The Bibile Nehemiah 8 Series

    Contributed by Nelson Thomas on Sep 6, 2020

    One of the reasons why we fail to make use of the scripture is the wrong approach to it. We read, hear yet somewhere we fail to get the effect of it.

    HOW TO APPROACH THE BIBILE Nehemiah 8 Introduction: One another reason why we fail to make use of the scripture is the wrong approach to it. We read, hear yet some where we fail to get the effect of it. We should never forget Bible is not like a secular book. We can not understand on our own more

  • Lifestyle Principles Sermon V: Prioritize The Main Thing Series

    Contributed by Charles Cunningham on Jul 22, 2020

    When facing crisis situations, God's people accept the challenge to prioritize the main thing we pray for by doing the main thing Christ died for.

    PRIORITIZE THE MAIN THING WE PRAY FOR BY DOING THE MAIN THING WE WOULD DIE FOR At a recent “note burning ceremony” the church’s pastor commended the parishioners, then commented on the meaning of the special occasion, reminding people that, whereas the burning of a note of more

  • The Power Of The Word Of God Series

    Contributed by Jon Daniels on Jul 13, 2020
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    Sermon on Neh. 8:1-12 on the importance of the Word of God in the renewal & revival of our lives.

    “THE POWER OF THE WORD OF GOD” Neh. 8:1-12 FBCF – 7/12/20 Jon Daniels INTRO – Cindy – VBS report Why do we have VBS every year? When coronavirus wasn’t going on, lot of parents saw it as a great way to get some free childcare throughout the summer. Would line their kids up to go to a VBS at a more

  • El Gozo Del SeÑor Es Mi Fortaleza

    Contributed by Byron Perrine on Apr 22, 2020

    Para aquellos en quienes el Espíritu de Dios está trabajando, la reconciliación es seguida por el don de la alegría pura, la alegría duradera de nuestra salvación.

    Estoy en deuda con Scott Coltrain y John Dobbs de cuyos sermones publicados en (« La alegría del Señor es nuestra fortaleza», Scott Coltrain,, noviembre de 2002 y «La alegría del Señor», John Dobbs,, more

  • Nothing Has Changed - Week 4 Series

    Contributed by John Sanders on Feb 22, 2020

    The final sermon in a teaching series on the Old Testament book of Nehemiah.

    Good morning, and welcome to The Church @ Clayton Crossings. When you walked in this morning, you probably noticed some of our Scouts greeting you and handing out bulletins. If you’re someone who follows the news, you likely heard a story about the financial state of Boy Scouts of America this more

  • Restoration And Renewal

    Contributed by Lonnie Erwin on Jan 5, 2020
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    Spiritual growth can only be accomplished by knowing, hearing and applying God’s precepts to our spiritual heart through His Word. In order to understand this passage in Nehemiah we should consider what brought the people of God to this point.

    Spiritual growth can only be accomplished by knowing, hearing and applying God’s precepts to our spiritual heart through His Word. In order to understand this passage in Nehemiah we should consider what brought the people of God to this point. Therefore we must start in the beginning. In the book more

  • The Season Of Celebration Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Oct 18, 2019

    Nehemiah 8:1-12. "The Season of Celebration". A revival among God's people is one seen in a "Season of Celebration". : 1) The Communication (Neh. 8:1–6), 2) The Clarification (Neh. 8:7–8), and 3) The Celebration (Neh. 8:9–12).

    Nehemiah 8:1-12 [8:1] And all the people gathered as one man into the square before the Water Gate. And they told Ezra the scribe to bring the Book of the Law of Moses that the LORD had commanded Israel. [2] So Ezra the priest brought the Law before the assembly, both men and women and all who more

  • An Illustration Of Worship Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Sep 29, 2019
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    Nehemiah called all the people to come together before the Lord for a time of celebration and dedication. This was also a time of worship, as the people called for Ezra to bring the Word of God and read it in their midst. Their worship was centered in the Word.

    An Illustration of Worship Nehemiah 8: 1-6; 9:3 This was a very special time for the people of God. The Babylonian captivity was over and the Jews had returned to Jerusalem. God had blessed them abundantly as they rebuilt the city. To celebrate all that God had done, Nehemiah called all the more

  • The Joy Of The Lord Is My Strength

    Contributed by Byron Perrine on Jul 9, 2019

    I am indebted to Scott Coltrain and John Dobbs ("The Joy of the Lord is Our Strength", Scott Coltrain,, Nov. 2002, and, "The Joy of the Lord", John Dobbs,, Dec. 2000) for a number of ideas utilized in this sermon.

    (If you have found this sermon helpful, please visit us at or In the year 587 BC, Jerusalem was sacked and totally destroyed by the Babylonian Empire. The elite of Judean society were carried off into exile. In 538 BC, Cyrus, the King more

  • Hearing God Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Mar 25, 2019

    The Word of God is eternally true and relevant for all generations. Knowing and understanding the Word brings conviction and life change. Our task today is to make it clear and help people understand it.

    When the 7th month came, the people gathered as “one man in the square” before the Water Gate. • 3 festivals take place in the 7th month of the Jewish calendar – the Feast of the Trumpets (1st), the Day of Atonement (10th) and Feast of the Tabernacles (15th-21st). • We are going to see all 3 of more

  • Anointed For Mission [lectionary 3c]

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Dec 30, 2018
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    Leave the success of your life to a power greater than you. Just do the things you were anointed for. Let a power greater than you take care of the ‘how.’

    The theme in our Readings this Sunday is that the ‘opening of the Scriptures’ is consonant with ‘the opening of the eyes’. The use of physical seeing as a metaphor for spiritual insight is commonplace. Those that are blind(ed), are unable to read the Scriptures. E.g. Two young fish are swimming more