From Nehemiah we see not only do we need to be willing to serve God, we need to be prepared; the question is: Are you ready? Read Nehemiah, chapter 2.
Pastor Keith Griswold continues his 6-week study of Nehemiah.
We begin today’s worship with a reading of Psalm 139:1-6
Our opening hymn is “Be Thou My Vision,” by
Eleanor Henrietta Hull and Mary Elizabeth Byrne.
Unless a man has trained himself for his chances, the chances will only make him look ridiculous.William Matthews
Are You Ready to Wait?
- A time of preparation
- Nehemiah 1:1, Kislev = November-December
- Nehemiah 2:1, Nisan = March-April
Are Your Ready to Pray?
- If we have been called by God, we need to be in conversation with him.
- Nehemiah 2:4
- I Thessalonians 5:16-18
Are You Ready for Some Late & Lonely Nights?
- Nehemiah 2:12
To do the task that God has called you to will require time and effort that others won’t always see.
Are You Ready for Opposition?
- Nehemiah 2:20
We close today’s worship with “He Leadeth Me.” by Joseph Henry Gilmore and William Batchelder Bradbury. Are you ready to follow?
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