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  • Writer's pictureJason Wredberg

Nehemiah in 15 Sermons

The story recorded in Ezra and Nehemiah displays God’s sovereignty over human events and his faithfulness to his people. After witnessing the destruction of their homeland, and being taken into captivity, the people of God are now headed back to the Promised Land. In returning home, they are facing discouragement and doubt as they consider the task in front of them—they must rebuild the temple and restore the city.

All that God commands His people to do, requires them to look to Him alone for strength and guidance. In reality, God’s plan for restoration was simple—in humility and repentance, the people must fully trust in God’s covenant love and embrace the wisdom of His Word. As they do, their hope will be restored.

Book Outline:

  • Overview of Ezra and Introduction to Nehemiah—Our Great and Awesome God

  • Nehemiah 1:1-10—A Prayer of Hopeful Desperation

  • Nehemiah 1:11-2:20—The Good Hand of God

  • Nehemiah 3:1-4:6—Give Us a Mind to Work

  • Nehemiah 4:7-23—Remember the Lord

  • Nehemiah 5—Wisdom in Difficulty

  • Nehemiah 6—Our Divine Helper

  • Nehemiah 7—The Word of God Cannot be Stopped

  • Nehemiah 8 (Introduction)—When God Takes Over

  • Nehemiah 8:1-12—Repentance and Rejoicing

  • Nehemiah 8:13-18—The Importance of Remembering

  • Nehemiah 9—True Repentance

  • Nehemiah 10:1-27—Revelation and Response

  • Nehemiah 10:28-39—A People of Obedience

  • Nehemiah 11-13—Hope in the Midst of Failure

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