LESSON 4 / 6 – KINGDOM BUSINESS – PLANNING & CONSTRUCTION Main text – Nehemiah chapter 2: 11 – 15 Nehemiah at this point had the blessing of King Artaxerxes to go forth into Jerusalem. There was opposition here shown by Sanballat and Tobiah (two officials in the land) - who were described to be 'disturbed'… Continue reading BOOK OF NEHEMIAH: LESSON 4 / 6
LESSON 3 / 6 – Position of Nehemiah Main text – Nehemiah chapter 2: 1 – 3 Nehemiah was a cupbearer to the King Artaxerxes in his twentieth year. He had an important role as he was serving the King his wine/drink within the Royal courts. This position carried significance as he was serving in the… Continue reading Book of Nehemiah: Lesson 3 / 6
LESSON 2 / 6 – Power & Prayer of Nehemiah Main text – Nehemiah chapter 1: 5 – 11 Following on from the news that Nehemiah had heard about his people in exile and about the fallen wall in Jerusalem. He was deeply grieved and concerned and this was seen in his emotions and demeanour… Continue reading Book of Nehemiah: Lesson 2 / 6
Lesson 1 / 6 - A Heart for the People Main text - Nehemiah chapter 1: 1 - 11 Nehemiah met with one of his brothers and some other men: during this meeting, he enquired about his fellow Jewish brethren who had survived the exile in Jerusalem. Nehemiah had not forgotten his people He asked about where he… Continue reading Book of Nehemiah: Lesson 1 /6
Hello everyone! The Master's Quill will be delving into the book of Nehemiah. It is a short book of 13 chapters filled with life lessons. Over the next few weeks - six lessons will be posted which are derived from this book which is relevant to our lives today. Remain blessed as you read and learn from… Continue reading Nehemiah – Book of Lessons
Many times we try to limit God, put him into a box or within an ideal of what we want. We are reminded in the Scripture below - nothing is too hard for him. Challenge God today and see if He would not show up and show out for you! Just believe in Him!
We have conservations everyday with family, friends, colleagues etc; but are the words attractive and seasoned? Do the words you speak tear down and destroy? or . . . Do the words you speak edify & encourage? The scripture above urges us to think about what we say before we utter our words. In conversations… Continue reading Slow to speak?