Leadership

0

Comments

Add

Internal problems for Nehemiah

As Nehemiah led the people of Judah to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem, he faced external threats from enemies outside their border. But he also faced internal issues as well. Nehemiah 4:10-12 lists the people’s discouragement stemmed from weakness, willingness, and worries: “Meanwhile, the people in Judah said, ‘The strength of the laborers is giving [&hellip

0

Comments

Add

External threats to Nehemiah

As Nehemiah began construction of the walls of Jerusalem, he faced slander, threats, and terrorist plots. Even in the face of these external threats, Nehemiah responded with prayer and wisdom. One enemy of the Jews, Sanballat, said, “’What are those feeble Jews doing? Will they restore their wall? Will they offer sacrifices? Will they finish [&hellip

0

Comments

Add

Nehemiah’s response to verbal attacks

Nehemiah’s leadership in the rebuilding of Jerusalem’s walls is noteworthy due to his reliance on prayer and his wisdom in decision-making. After he inspected the destroyed walls, Nehemiah informed the people of his intent and encouraged them with news of King Artxerxes’ approval and the Lord’s blessing. But as soon as the plan been made [&hellip

0

Comments

Add

Nehemiah’s inspection before action

In the book of Nehemiah, a cupbearer to King Artaxerxes becomes governor of Judah and helps the people rebuild the walls of Jerusalem. His leadership is marked by prayer, relying on God, and wisdom, making the right decision at the right time. After arriving in Jerusalem, Nehemiah decided to inspect the condition on the walls [&hellip

0

Comments

Add

Nehemiah’s request granted

The book of Nehemiah in the Old Testament features a cupbearer to the Persian King Artaxerxes named Nehemiah who is motivated to return to his homeland of Judah to rebuild the city walls of Jerusalem that had been destroyed by Nebuchadnezzar and the Babylonians. One of the striking characteristics of Nehemiah’s leadership is his dependence [&hellip

0

Comments

Add

Nehemiah’s desire to lead

In the book of Nehemiah, a cupbearer to King Artaxerxes becomes governor of Judah and helps the people rebuild the walls of Jerusalem. His leadership is marked by prayer, relying on God, and wisdom, making the right decision at the right time. Chapter 1 opens in Susa, the winter residence of the Persian kings, around [&hellip

0

Comments

Add

Nehemiah: Leading with Prayer and Wisdom

The book of Nehemiah in the Old Testament features a cupbearer to the Persian King Artaxerxes named Nehemiah who is motivated to return to his homeland of Judah to rebuild the city walls of Jerusalem that had been destroyed by Nebuchadnezzar and the Babylonians. One of the striking characteristics of Nehemiah’s leadership is his dependence [&hellip

Search Site
Recent Posts