God's Plan For Our Success Nehemiah's Way
In Nehemiah 3, Nehemiah begins rebuilding Jerusalem's broken walls. He assigns sections of the wall surrounding ten gates to various families. Each gate and family name represent an aspect of our walk in Christ. As we grow in Him, we...
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In Nehemiah 3, Nehemiah begins rebuilding Jerusalem's broken walls. He assigns sections of the wall surrounding ten gates to various families. Each gate and family name represent an aspect of our walk in Christ. As we grow in Him, we go into various gates that help us be ready to receive our divine assignment. This book uses the gates as a template God has provided to help Christians have a more successful walk in Him.
Open wide the gates!
This teaching on the gates started an awakening in my heart and caused me to hunger for a deeper walk with the Lord. …it began a new quest for the glory of God to manifest—and it most definitely did! –Jo Ellen Stevens
Too many think that the day we become born again, God turns us loose to somehow evolve into mature Christians. On the contrary, He has a plan for our success, and the gates define that—step by step, experience by experience, truth by truth.
God’s Plan for Our Success Nehemiah’s Way—Rebuilding the Gates in Your Christian Journey is a unique look at how the ten gates described in the Book of Nehemiah affect your life. Gates are crucial for you to walk through and understand, making your daily hike more successful. These benchmarks help you grow stronger and know how to react when your “city” lies in “waste, and the gates thereof are burned with fire” (Neh. 2:17).
This book is an insightful, practical blueprint to building a rich life of blessings. You go through the first gate as a new Christian and through each of the other gates on your way toward the last one—your God-given destiny.
Connie was born in Oxford, Ohio to Christian parents who pastored a Full Gospel church. She earned a B.A. degree in English and an M.A. degree in secondary education from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Connie taught high school English for thirty-three years, retiring in 2009. Connie and her husband Wade Urban have ministered as the Lord has led over the years. They have pastored, evangelized, taught, and mentored. They now publish a monthly newsletter, write books, speak at retreats and churches, conduct workshops, and minister fluently in the gifts of Holy Spirit with signs and wonders following. Conniersquo;s goal is to be about the Father's business.