Nehemiah (Men Of Character Series)
1. A Powerful Prayer Process ^2. Walking The Tight Rope ^3. God's Hands---Our Hands ^4. A Great Leadership Model ^5. Overcoming Discouragement ^6. Handling A Conspiracy ^7. An Incredible Fifty-two Days ^8. Conflict Resolution ^9. Promotion With A Proper Perspective...
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1. A Powerful Prayer Process ^2. Walking The Tight Rope ^3. God's Hands---Our Hands ^4. A Great Leadership Model ^5. Overcoming Discouragement ^6. Handling A Conspiracy ^7. An Incredible Fifty-two Days ^8. Conflict Resolution ^9. Promotion With A Proper Perspective ^10. When People Try To Hurt You ^11. A Water Gate Experience ^12. A Leader's Toughest Task ^^
As personal cupbearer to the great Persian king Artaxerxes, Nehemiah lived a life of incredible luxury. Yet, despite his pagan environment, he never forsook the Lord. When he heard of the destruction of Jerusalem, Nehemiah gave up the pleasures of the royal court to take on the seemingly impossible task of rebuilding the city. He knew he could never manage such a crisis alone: his only chance was in humbly seeking God's help. His attitude reminds us that even in our moments of greatest pain and helplessness, we still have access to God. Like Nehemiah, we must pray persistently and specifically. Then God will bless us beyond anything we can imagine.
One in a series of twelve books by Gene Getz examining role models of the Old and New Testaments in situations relevant to modern times.
Dr. Gene Getz, a graduate of Moody Bible Institute, has been involved in a variety of experiences, including Christian education, music ministries, and college and seminary teaching. He has authored more than fifty books and has directly or indirectly helped launch seventeen churches in the Dallas metroplex. Currently, Gene serves as senior pastor of Fellowship Bible Church North in Plano, Texas; director of the Center for Church Renewal; host of Renewal Radio; and adjunct professor at Dallas Theological Seminary.