OUR DAILY BREAD 15 JUNE 2020 MINISTRIES DEVOTIONAL — How to Rebuild

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OUR DAILY BREAD 15 JUNE 2020 MINISTRIES DAILY DEVOTIONAL — How to Rebuild

Our Daily Bread Ministries Daily Devotional

OUR DAILY BREAD 15 JUNE 2020 MINISTRIES DAILY DEVOTIONAL

( Monday 15 June 2020 )

TOPIC: How to Rebuild

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Bible in a Year:

Nehemiah 1–3

Acts 2:1–21

They replied, “Let us start rebuilding.” So they began this good work.

Nehemiah 2:18

Today’s Scripture & Insight:

Nehemiah 2:11–18

OUR DAILY BREAD 15 JUNE 2020 MINISTRIES DAILY DEVOTIONAL

MESSAGE:

It was nighttime when the leader set out by horseback to inspect the work that lay ahead. As he toured the destruction all around him, he saw city walls that had been destroyed and gates that had been burned.

OUR DAILY BREAD 15 JUNE 2020 MINISTRIES DEVOTIONAL

In some areas, the vast debris made it tough for his horse to get through. Saddened, the rider turned toward home.

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When it came time to report the damage to the officials of the city, he began by saying, “You see the trouble we are in” (Nehemiah 2:17). He reported that the city was in ruins, and the protecting city wall had been rendered useless.

OUR DAILY BREAD 15 JUNE 2020 MINISTRIES DEVOTIONAL

But then he made a statement that energized the troubled citizens: “I also told them about the gracious hand of my God on me.” Immediately, the people replied, “Let us start rebuilding” (v. 18).

And they did.

With faith in God and all-out effort, despite enemy opposition and a seemingly impossible task, the people of Jerusalem—under Nehemiah’s leadership—rebuilt the wall in just fifty-two days (6:15).

OUR DAILY BREAD 15 JUNE 2020 MINISTRIES DEVOTIONAL

As you consider your circumstances, is there something that looks difficult but that you know God wants you to do? A sin you can’t seem to get rid of? A relationship rift that’s not God-honoring? A task for Him that looks too hard?

Ask God for guidance (2:4–5), analyze the problem (vv. 11–15), and recognize His involvement (v. 18). Then start rebuilding.

By: Dave Branon

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Reflect & Pray

What are a couple of “destroyed wall” situations that are troubling you? How will prayerfully asking for God’s help and guidance help you start the rebuilding process?

God, I need Your help. I can’t fix these problems alone. Help me to understand the situation, and then to seek Your help and guidance in resolving the challenges before me.

The sweetest and biggest thing to ever happen to you is to make a decision to be saved through JESUS CHRIST. If you have not made that decision. Please make that decision now and say ” Lord Jesus forgive me for my sins and have mercy on me, thank you for dying for me on the cross, take me as your son / daughter and be my father. THANK YOU FOR SAVING ME, in JESUS CHRIST NAME AMEN.
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