The nation gathers. Ezra stands on a high pulpit. He reads the whole Bible, explaining it as he goes. He says the joy of the LORD is their strength.
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The people repair the gates and doors. Then the city is secure. Nehemiah wants to populate it with people of pure Jewish descent. So he registers everyone.
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The enemies keep inviting Nehemiah to walk away from rebuilding the walls of the city and come meet them. Nehemiah says NO. And he completes the wall.
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During a famine, wealthy believers had been oppressing believers who were poor. Nehemiah rebukes the wealthy ones and forces them to make things right.
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The naysayers are angry. They get the local people to attack. So Nehemiah assigns half his people as watchmen.
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Rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem is an enormous task. Nehemiah assigns people their place to work based on where they live and what skills they have.
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Nehemiah is sent to Jerusalem. He meets the local politicians. Naysayers begin complaining. On the third day, he surveys the broken walls of Jerusalem. Continue reading “Nehemiah chapter 2”
In 445 BC, Nehemiah is told that Jerusalem was razed to the ground and its citizens oppressed. He weeps. He fasts and prays to the God of heaven.
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Here are our bite-sized pieces of the Book of Nehemiah:
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