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Nehemiah, the courage to face opposition : 13 studies for individuals or groups / Don Fields. [print]

By: Fields, Don [author]Material type: TextTextSeries: A Lifeguide Bible studyPublication details: Downers Grove, Illinois : InterVarsity Press, [(c)2002. Description: 64 pages ; 21 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0830830332; 9780830830336Subject(s): Bible. Nehemiah -- Study and teaching | Christian Bible Study Guides | Old Testament Bible Study | Adult Christian MinistryLOC classification: BS1365.5.N444 2002BS1365.5.F461.N444 2002COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Nehemiah 1: depending on God Nehemiah 2: the planning process Nehemiah 3: working together Nehemiah 4: opposition from the outside Nehemiah 5: opposition from within Nehemiah 6: facing intimidation Nehemiah 7: family history Nehemiah 8: revival Nehemiah 9-10: confession and commitment Nehemiah 11: big decisions Nehemiah 12: service and integrity Nehemiah 13: love that challenges.
Scope and content: Nehemiah was a leader who faced opposition and difficulty from every side-even from his own people. Yet he stood against the enemy and trusted God. Although we may never confront our enemies in war, we can learn from Nehemiah's courage and faith as we struggle with the world and its values.
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Non-fiction BS1365.3.F54.L544 2002 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 31923001800776

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Nehemiah 1: depending on God Nehemiah 2: the planning process Nehemiah 3: working together Nehemiah 4: opposition from the outside Nehemiah 5: opposition from within Nehemiah 6: facing intimidation Nehemiah 7: family history Nehemiah 8: revival Nehemiah 9-10: confession and commitment Nehemiah 11: big decisions Nehemiah 12: service and integrity Nehemiah 13: love that challenges.

Nehemiah was a leader who faced opposition and difficulty from every side-even from his own people. Yet he stood against the enemy and trusted God. Although we may never confront our enemies in war, we can learn from Nehemiah's courage and faith as we struggle with the world and its values.

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