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.
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.
Sanballat and Tobiah voice their displeasure in Nehemiah 2:10. They are described as the enemies of Israel and Nehemiah's mission in this audio devotional.
This is an audio devotional from Proverbs 29:2. It tells us the people rejoice when the righteous increase, but they mourn when the evil are in power.
In this audio devotional from John 19:10-11, we discuss the authority God grants men and assert that none of us can wield that power without His consent.
The people of Israel, as Aaron describes in Exodus 32:21-22, were indeed "set on mischief." This audio devotional describes the problem with this statement.
"He himself also" is an audio devotional from Hebrews 5:1-2. Servants must remember that we are no greater than those God calls us to serve.
There is no respect of persons with God. This audio devotional makes this point from Colossians 3:25, regarding masters and servants.
Among the many actions of a Bishop, they are to exhort and to convince. This audio devotional reveals this idea, found in Titus 1:9.