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A Study in Nehemiah, Volume 3

God’s Glory in Our Goodness

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ID: 11603 • November 1, 1996

When the people of Israel returned to Jerusalem after the exile, the city was run down, and its wall had been destroyed. The book of Nehemiah describes its namesake’s effort to rebuild the wall and restore God’s city. It offers an example of godly leadership that believers can learn from today. Nehemiah’s prayerful dependence on God, his devotion to the Word, and his commitment to lead Israel in repentant faith are exemplary in the biblical record.

In the final volume of this series, Alistair Begg explains how the people’s repentance after hearing God’s Word proclaimed resulted in a commitment to godly living. As we seek to obey the Word in each aspect of our lives together, it is critical that we do so from changed hearts, not just changed behavior. We must diligently confront threats to our devotion so that we may gain honor with the one audience that matters—God Himself—even as we bring Him glory before a watching world.

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Sermons in this Series
Available Volumes:

Saying No to Neglect — Part One

Nehemiah 9:38–10:39 Sermon Includes Transcript 44:14 ID: 1742

Saying No to Neglect — Part Two

Nehemiah 9:38–10:39 Sermon Includes Transcript 42:25 ID: 1744

Redirecting Our Families

Nehemiah 9:38–10:39 Sermon Includes Transcript 40:27 ID: 1745

Restructuring Our Finances

Nehemiah 10:30–39 Sermon Includes Transcript 40:38 ID: 1754

“Do You Remember What’s-His-Name?”

Nehemiah 11:1–12:26 Sermon Includes Transcript 51:24 ID: 1756

Great Sacrifice, Great Joy

Nehemiah 12:27–47 Sermon Includes Transcript 36:55 ID: 1758

A Lesson in Leadership

Nehemiah 13:1–31 Sermon Includes Transcript 42:06 ID: 1760

Threats to Spiritual Wholeness

Nehemiah 13:10–30 Sermon Includes Transcript 39:54 ID: 1761