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UPCOMING MESSAGES

  • February 15 - February 17 Revival at the Water Gate

    Once the walls and gates were finally completed (Nehemiah 6:15), Nehemiah organized Jerusalem into a well-guarded, stable body of people (7:1-73). Immediately upon the completion of this massive task, he made plans to revive the authority of the Scriptures in the minds of the citizens. The testimony of God’s Word had been silent for far too long. The beginnings of spiritual revival were taking place. And the potential for revival is always present in our own lives, if we just know where to look.

  • February 18 - February 22 The Fine Art of Insight

    The spiritual revival led by Ezra at the Water Gate (Nehemiah 8:1-12) was just the beginning of the Israelites’ desire to remodel themselves before the Lord. In search of a solid foundation in the Law, they returned to Ezra, seeking insight—wisdom that could be built into their daily lives. They committed to clear away the rubble of wrong thinking and their old patterns of living, replacing them with obedience to the Lord and His Law. This biblical method for spiritual renovation is an excellent model for rebuilding our spiritual lives today.

  • February 23 - February 25 Four Dimensional Praying

    After God’s people had heard and obeyed His Word by observing the Feast of Tabernacles (Nehemiah 8:13-18), they met for a time of corporate prayer. The celebration brought them to an understanding of both the holiness of God and the depth of their sins, which led to an expression of deep sorrow and humility. Together they prayed, offering up sincere confession as well as thanksgiving and praise. And they committed to change—to study and obey God’s commands from that point forward.

  • February 26 - March 1 Putting First Things First

    In Nehemiah’s day, when the people of Jerusalem prayed, they meant business! They did not offer mere words—they signed their names to a sealed document (Nehemiah 9:38). The document contained an agreement that was prepared and established before God. In it they promised to pattern their lives according to His truth, to put first things first. Through this episode in the life of Nehemiah, we will carefully examine this promise and consider the impact our priorities have on our lives.

  • March 2 - March 4 The Willing Unknowns

    Tucked away in the Bible are verses that seldom, if ever, attract the attention of the hurried reader. Because our pace is so often accelerated, we miss many of the hidden treasures God has stored up for us in His Word. In this message, we’ll uncover one such treasure. Nehemiah 11 recognizes the “willing unknowns,” a special group of people who served a vital function in Jerusalem but never saw their names in lights. We will consider also our own sacrificial service and learn to appreciate those who work behind-the-scenes in our homes, workplaces, and realms of leadership.

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