|added||February 25, 2008|
|scripture||Acts 6:1-15, Nehemiah 4:1-23|
|topics||Christian Thinking, Church Leadership, Priorities, Word of God|
Where there is life, there will be the need for change. Whenever change is proposed, there will inevitably be opposition. Alistair Begg explores eight reasons people resist change and eight steps to implementing change and overcoming opposition. If you’re in leadership then this message is a “must listen.”
|preached||March 20, 1994|
|added||March 20, 1994|
|topics||Christian Thinking, Inerrancy/Inspiration of the Bible, Preaching, Priorities, Studying the Bible, Word of God, Worship|
In an age where tolerance is elevated above truth and the spirit of entertainment is pervasive, Alistair Begg uses this study of Nehemiah 8:1-12 to establish the primary, foundational importance of preaching with conviction regarding the authority of the Bible. When God’s people gather expectantly and listen attentively as Scripture is taught, they will respond with sincere worship and depart with joy.
|added||November 1, 1996|
|scripture||Nehemiah 9, Nehemiah 10, Nehemiah 11, Nehemiah 12|
|topics||The Church, Persecution|
Every growing church faces the need for reorganization. There is probably no Old Testament book better suited as a manual for such change than Nehemiah. What was needed at this point in the history of God’s people was someone who could cope in the middle of ruin and discouragement, one who could keep forging ahead despite the threat of constant turmoil. God had been preparing Nehemiah for this task--an ordinary man with extraordinary ability for an out of the ordinary challenge. In these studies we discover: 1.The kind of people God uses when he does His work. 2.The principles necessary ...