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Transcripts and original Guam images included
The people of Jerusalem were working on the sabbath day in Nehemiah 13:15. According to this audio devotional, they were to sanctify that day unto the Lord.
In Nehemiah 9:2, the people of Israel separate from foreign people and gods. This audio devotional is about their confession of sins and turn back to God.
Ezra reads the law before the people in Nehemiah 8:3. We begin to understand how this wall project has brought Jerusalem together in this audio devotional.
As the wall and gates are completed, new leadership is appointed in Jerusalem. This Nehemiah 7:2 audio devotional is about one of those faithful leaders.
When Israel's enemies saw that Jerusalem's wall was rebuilt in 52 days, they perceived God was involved. This is the subject of today's audio devotional.
In Nehemiah 6:9, false accusations are made against Israel and against Nehemiah. We focus on his prayer for strength to persevere in this audio devotional.
When enemies are approaching Jerusalem, Nehemiah tells the people to remember the Lord. This Nehemiah 4:14 audio devotional encourages us to do the same.
The people of Israel made remarkable progress on Jerusalem's wall according to Nehemiah 4:6. This audio devotional explains the opposition they are facing.
This audio devotional is found within a list of locations and names. In Nehemiah 3:28, we discover details about Nehemiah's plan to repair Jerusalem's wall.