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December 2012

Rebuilding the Walls of the Human Soul – Part 9

Rebuilding the Walls – Part 9

“God’s View of Human Perfection”

We are in the middle of a series where we are taking an obscure book of the bible, Nehemiah and using it as an analogy of the Holy Spirit coming to complete and restore the human personality…

So as we continue we come to the question of how does God feel about my imperfections? Does He look on my human condition with disgust and fury or does He identify with me and regard me as His own? How does He view my brokenness



Rebuilding the Walls of the Human Soul – Part 8

Rebuilding the Walls of the Human Soul –  Part 8

“Confession and Baptism with the Holy Spirit”

There is an amazing number of people that want Jesus to just perform a miracle and just snap his fingers and heal them completely; but often times, in fact most times it is a process of growth, learning to overcome the things in our past, a healing process that is on-going.

We are saved but the process of growing and being healed from the effects of poor choices and sin that has damaged a



Rebuilding the Walls of the Human Soul – Part 7

Freedom From Condemnation

 

Nehemiah 2:11-16

 

How can I overcome the dysfunction in my life, I am saved, I love what Jesus is doing, but I just can’t get my life together, I can’t seem to move past the pain and hurt that I have done or that has been done to me there is just so much rubble…

Those are some of the many questions I get all the time, why can’t I be different? Why can’t I be more like Christ and get over this junk I am a part of?

We



Rebuilding the Walls of the Human Soul – Part 6



Rebuilding the Walls of the Human Soul Part 5

*** The recording had technical difficulties, so starts a few minutes into the sermon.

 

So welcome to another week in our look at the analogy of Nehemiah returning to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem and the work of the Holy Spirit in rebuilding the human personality. We come to Christ and we are born again, but our personality is still terribly distressed and without functionality; thank God that He sends His Spirit to live in us and to complete the work of restoring what has been des