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March 2013

Rebuilding the Walls of the Human Soul – Part 19

“Commitment, Dedication and Consecration”

Nehemiah 10-13

So as we continue our study in the book of Nehemiah, one of the things we begin to discover in our journey with God, is that it is never a one-time decision, sure salvation is just the beginning, but it is an on-going commitment to follow Christ and allow Him to lead me…

Am I going to continue to live in the resources of His word and the power of His spirit? A daily almost moment by moment decision… we all face the decision on whether or not we are going to make commitment to the Lord, remembering that what he invites us into is a covenant relationship with Him.



Rebuilding the Walls of the Human Soul – Part 18

Part 18 of the Series – Rebuilding the Walls of the Human Soul



Rebuilding the Walls of the Human Soul – Part 17

“Quenching, Resisting and Sinning Against the Holy Spirit”
As we continue in our study of the book of Nehemiah, where we are drawing an analogy of the working of the Holy Spirit as it compares to the working of Nehemiah in rebuilding the walls of the city of Jerusalem.
What a journey we have been on, looking how the Lord has sent to us the Holy Spirit, to lead us in the process of rebuilding and restoring the human personality. We go through life and we make choices, or things are done to



February 2013

Kingdom Kids Service

Kingdom Kids Service was a sneak peak at Kids Church and what the kiddo’s are learning.



Rebuilding the Walls of the Human Soul – Part 16

Overcoming Common Hindrances to Spiritual Growth

We are in week 16 of our study in the book of Nehemiah, studying the analogy laid out of the work of Nehemiah rebuilding the walls around the city of Jerusalem and the work of the Holy Spirit coming to rebuild and restore the human personality.

You have probably heard it said that we are own worst enemy, it has been my experience that many times the person causing all my problems is me! It isn’t so much that we set out trying to make bad c