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Richard King 6h
My wife posted this video on Facebook, and I had to screenshot it. His face is priceless.
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Redemption Calvary Jan 23
Victory over what the Bible calls “the flesh” is not only possible, it is imperative! We finished up our epic study through this past Sunday and it was 🔥 🔥 🔥!! Watch it on our YouTube channel…
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Eastern Hills Jan 23
Take a moment to examine the way you are using your time. Use this as a simple exercise: I don't have time for _____________, because I have made time for ___________. #2020
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Compass Church 16h
This work has been done by the help of our God! JOY is the rock that stands when sorrows seek to destroy us ✨Happy Friday!
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West Hills Baptist Jan 21
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Deborah H. Bateman Jan 23
led the rebuilding of the walls of The of : A Story of Dedication and Determination By Deborah H. Bateman Get your copy now!
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West Hills Baptist Jan 21
TACO TUESDAY! Starting today, we are going TACO BOUT the Elements of Nehemiah's Prayer. What was the first element of Nehemiah's prayer?
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Bernard Hampton Jan 22
The Book of reminds us that, even when things seem to be at their worst, there is never a reason for God’s people to throw up their hands and quit.
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RCCG City of Zion Jan 21
Join us this evening for our interactive bible study as we break down the book of Nehemiah and engage in eye-opening discussions.
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West Hills Baptist Jan 21
Next element: Humility. Nehemiah acknowledges God's power & that he is certain that God will rebuild the temple. What are you certain of that only God to do?
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West Hills Baptist Jan 21
Element #3 Confession. Even though Nehemiah was not part of the sins past confessions, he humbled himself before the Lord and confessed his own sins.
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West Hills Baptist Jan 21
The 2nd element of Nehemiah's prayer is PETITION. Did you know God is willing and able to do and fix ANYTHING? Do you believe that? What are you petitioning God for?
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Christine Miller ⭐⭐⭐ Jan 20
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The Park Forum Jan 23
The ending of Nehemiah shows us the limits of human moralism and the law. We need the indwelling of the Holy Spirit to truly rebuild on a firm foundation of Christ.
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Mrs.Fair 🧘🏽‍♂️🍷 Jan 20
This is gonna be my children. brother and sister ❤️
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The Park Forum Jan 23
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WorkInProgress Blog Jan 20
Nehemiah reminds us that we shouldn't embark on a project alone. After all, the Lord reminds us that we weren't made to live in isolation but in a supportive community. I pray we all have the courage to reach out to those people today. 
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Jerry Snider Jan 19
When you begin to raise The Word up in your life, the enemy has no authority and no power over you! @ Christian World
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The Park Forum Jan 23
After the echoes of the emotional celebrations and worship services faded, many of the people went right back to living the same compromised lives they had been living.
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Bernard Hampton Jan 22
saw rather than , and was not afraid to face head-on. He believed he was doing a great work because he was doing it for the great God.
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