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Nehemiah

Nehemiah was in the high position of cupbearer to the king when he learned that Jerusalem was in great affliction and reproach. He was successful in having himself appointed as governor in Judah with authority and resources to rebuild the city walls. He was a man of skill and daring, as he surveyed the walls at night to avoid detection, then assembled labor forces and supervised the building process. After the wall was completed, he took measures to increase the population of Jerusalem and to correct social, economic and religious abuses. Nehemiah was a wise and courageous man with deep piety and strong convictions, with an invincible determination to complete the tasks for which the LORD GOD had called him to do. The book of Nehemiah is believed to be authored by him, and most probably taken from a personal diary that he kept.

  • Nehemiah 11:1-3 Learns the misery of Jerusalem
  • Nehemiah 1:4-11 Nehemiah's prayer for Jerusalem
  • Nehemiah 22:1-10 Sent to Jerusalem
  • 2:11-20 Encourages people to rebuild walls
  • Nehemiah 33:1-32 The builders of the wall
  • Nehemiah 44:1-3 Opposed and ridiculed
  • 4:4-12 Answers by prayers
  • 4:13-23 Arms the laborers
  • Nehemiah 55:1-5 Complaints of debt, interest, and bondage
  • 5:6-13 The payment of interest abolished
  • 5:14-19 Example of unselfishness
  • Neh. 66:1-14 The plots of the adversaries
  • 6:15-19 The wall is finished
  • Neh. 77:1-4 Appoints rulers for Jerusalem
  • 7:5-73 List of returning exiles
  • Neh. 88:1-12 Ezra reads and explains the Law
  • 8:13-18 Feast of tabernacles restored
  • Neh. 99:1-3 The people fast and repent
  • 9:4-38 Confession of priests and Levites
  • Neh. 1010:1-39 Those who sealed the covenant
  • Neh. 1111:1-36 The residents of Jerusalem
  • Neh. 1212:1-26 Priests and Levites who went up with Zerubbabel
  • 12:27-43 The dedication of the walls
  • 12:44-47 The temple offices restored
  • Neh. 13Nehemiah 13:1-31 Nehemiah's reforms





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