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Nehemiah: Regrouping, Part 2 - Turnarounds
Pastor Jim Bradford | June 28, 2020
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Nehemiah 9:7-37 -- in one sentence:

"We could count on you, but you couldn't count on us"


". . . you have acted faithfully, while we acted wickedly." (Nehemiah 9:33)
1. Affections

* Am I loving things that grieve God's heart?
Erich Fromm . . .
“A man sits in front of a bad television program and doesn't know that he is bored; he joins the rat race of commerce, where personal worth is measured in terms of market values, and is not aware of his anxiety. Ulcers speak louder than words. Theologians and philosophers have been saying for a century that God is dead, but what we confront now is the possibility that "man is dead," transformed into a thing, a producer, a consumer, an idolater of other things.”
2. Lifestyles

* Have I lost the fear of God in my life?
Dostoyevsky, The Brothers Kararamazov . . .
"If God does not exist, everything is permissible."
Ravi Zacharias . . .
“By losing morality, we've destroyed essence.”

Peter Haas . . .
“Anger transmits pain but it does not heal it.”
* Am I loving things that grieve God's heart?

* Have I lost the fear of God in my life?