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Be A True Patriot

Devotion for Saturday January 20, 2018

Topic: Be A True Patriot

Text: Nehemiah 1:1 – 4

Nehemiah was a cup bearer of a Persian king. He tastes whatever is served the king as drink. 302 more words


Nehemiah weeps!

When I heard these things, I sat down and wept.  (Nehemiah 1:4)

When Nehemiah learned that God’s people were in great trouble, something happened within him. 161 more words

Christian Living

1/16 Reading (Nehemiah 4-6; Philippians 1)

Nehemiah 4: Opposition to the construction of the wall grew considerably as the people became more organized. Enough to the point that Nehemiah set up guards to protect the workers and prayed to God for his help. 626 more words

Bible Reflection

You're Not Nehemiah

One day I was having a conversation with someone I know that is a member of a congregation where the teaching is run-of-the-mill-purpose-driven-evangelicalism. We would normally catch up every Monday and Thursday to find out what the teaching was like the day before in order to do some theological repair work. 883 more words


Kingdom Builders Code of Conduct

  1. My vessel is surrendered to the Lordship of God.
  2. God shall be the head of my household and all relationships.
  3. As an Ambassador for the Kingdom, I am the bearer of good news.
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Michael Reginald

1/15 Reading (Nehemiah 1-3; Philemon)

Introduction to Nehemiah: Nice little tidbit from the introduction in the NRSV study bible: “The Nehemiah section of Ezra-Nehemiah depicts the final stage of Jewish reconstruction after exile, featuring Nehemiah as the Jewish governor under Persian rule, who rebuilds Jerusalem’s walls (1.1–7.5) and oversees many reforms” (p. 402 more words

Bible Reflection