Let’s return our eyes to Jesus, the author and perfecter of our faith, so we can run well the race set before us!
Trusting God is much easier to talk about than to actually do, but I encourage you to take a look at what your actions reveal about your view of God.
Today, we’re going to examine the heart postures of two different groups of people: the priests and the nobles of Tekoa.
Amazing things can happen when we use our time, our resources, and our passions to glorify God and help others.
Nehemiah couldn’t rebuild the wall on his own, so he had to share the vision with others. And our dreams are the same way.
It’s so tempting to jump into something without thinking a whole lot but I believe that we’re supposed to examine the season and respond accordingly.
Nehemiah reminds us that we weren’t made to live in isolation but in a supportive community.
Just like Nehemiah, your “where” isn’t by accident.
You might not be able to do that thing you feel called you to do now, but you can begin making a difference through prayer.
Maybe Nehemiah is more than a book on leadership–maybe it’s an invitation to look inward.