2 Corinthians 1:1-3

An introduction to Paul's second epistle to the church at Corinth, written shortly after the first letter, as a heart-felt and comforting follow-up to some of the hard things he wrote in the first letter.

Nehemiah 10:1-13:31

The finishing chapters of Nehemiah, following the rebuilding of the wall, the revival led by Ezra, and some of the last reforms of Nehemiah.

Nehemiah 9:1-38

The power of repentance; how the people of Jerusalem confessed their sins corporately, another one of the indispensable elements of true revival!

Nehemiah 8:1-18

After the rebuilding of the temple and the wall around Jerusalem, Ezra the priest begins to open the Word of God, and the people soaked it up eagerly. This is the necessary ingredient of any revival!

Nehemiah 7:1-73

Now that the wall of Jerusalem had been rebuilt, and in a very short time, this chapter gives credit to some of the faithful and un-sung helpers in the project. God knows what we do for his kingdom.

Nehemiah 6:1-19

When ridicule didn't stop Nehemiah from rebuilding the wall of Jerusalem, the enemies conspired against him using trickery and deception. Enemies of the cross will stop at nothing to oppose the work of God.

Nehemiah 5:1-19

Even during their wall-rebuilding project, there were Jews who were enslaving their own brethren! While we are reaching the world with the gospel, let's treat our fellow laborers well. "Be ye kind, one to another!"

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.

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