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Monthly Archives: September 2011
There are places in the Bible that we skip over quickly because they are simple and seemingly easy to grasp, but many times, these places possess profound truths that help us better understand the nature of God and of our … Continue reading
The other day I read an article about two Tibetan monks who set themselves on fire in protest against the Chinese government. You can read it here. As I read, I was deeply saddened, not because of the actions of … Continue reading
There are many times when skimming through the Biblical genealogies is the right thing to do. It’s not that they are uninspired or unimportant; it’s simply that sometimes you just need to read them. Other times, however, they are well … Continue reading
Nehemiah is one of my favorite sections of Scripture. There’s not much I need to say about it, I just want you to read and be amazed at this scene that is painted for us, and then, be amazed by … Continue reading
When God’s people join together, united in one common purpose, who they trust in quickly becomes evident. Nehemiah 6:15-16: So the wall was finished on the twenty-fifth day of the month Elul, in fifty-two days. And when all our enemies … Continue reading
Nehemiah is a contemporary of Ezra, the high priest during the return of Judah from exile. Nehemiah was in the service of king Artaxerxes. He served as a cup-bearer in the king’s courts. During his time there, he got word … Continue reading