Nehemiah 4:1-23

The opposition of Sanballat against Nehemiah's wall-building project! When we try to serve the Lord, opposition will arise; how do we move ahead in spite of it?

Nehemiah 3:28-32

The continuing account of the rebuilding of the wall of Jerusalem, as we pause to note that each gate represents a different aspect of life in obedience to God.

Nehemiah 3:4-27

As Nehemiah and the laborers rebuild the wall of Jerusalem, we note the symbolism of the various gates. Each one represents a different aspect of Christianity and the functions of the church.

Nehemiah 2:17-3:3

Nehemiah begins his project in earnest, leading the rebuilding of the wall of Jerusalem. And, as usually happens whenever we try to do something for God, opposition arises from the unbelievers.

Nehemiah 1:7-2:16

Nehemiah requested and received permission to return to Jerusalem and inspect the burned-down walls of the city, with an eye to doing something about it.

Nehemiah 1:1-6

Introducing the layman who rebuilt the wall of Jerusalem. He started out as the butler for the king of Persia, but learned of the needs back in Jerusalem, and his heart burned for the program of God.

Ezra 10:1-44

Once Ezra read and taught the word of God publicly, the people humbled themselves in repentance, and put away their foreign wives and idolatrous practices.

Ezra 9:1-15

The people of God were intermarrying with the pagans living in the nations around them, and they needed to confess their sins. God does not want his people to live like pagans, or to mix with the world's practices.

Ezra 7:1-8:36

Ezra, the priest of the return from the Jews' Captivity, goes to Jerusalem himself and sets himself to the preaching and the teaching of the Word of God. This was the start of a revival!

Ezra 5:1-6:22

Despite the efforts of the adversaries to stop the work of God, the truth came out, the Jews were vindicated, and the rebuilding of the Jewish temple in old Jerusalem started up anew, until it was completed.

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