Dr. Gene Scott Pulpit Volume 8
What makes the Prayer of Nehemiah so radical and jarring to modern ears? How could one man view a miserable pile of rubble as an opportunity to take part in God's plan to redeem the whole world? A beautiful young woman is made queen of one of history's greatest kingdoms. Why did she willingly choose to put her own life in jeopardy to save a disobedient people? Take an amazing and thought-provoking journey through the Bible and discover what it means to be "in God's hand," and learn what we are to do when our natural wants and desires collide with God's purpose for our lives. Travel along with the men and women of God in both the Old and the New Testaments, like Abraham, Joseph, Esther, and the Apostle Peter, and let their lives teach us how God relates to us today. Dr. Gene Scott's teaching continues to mine the richness of God's word, to inspire and give new strength, courage and refreshment to the battle-weary soul. Hardcover - 322 Pages ISBN: 978-1-60670-888-0
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Repentance and Rededication
Chapter 2 The Pillar and Ground of the Truth
Chapter 3 Our Responsibilities Before God
Chapter 4 In God's Hand: The Cure for Misery
Chapter 5 In God's Hand: Fret Not
Chapter 6 Lift Up Now Thine Eyes and Keep Walking
Chapter 7 In God's Hand: God Sent a Man
Chapter 8 In God's Hand: Esther and Mordecai
Chapter 9 In God's Hand: He Reaches to Help You
Chapter 10 The Prayer of Nehemiah
Chapter 11 In God's Hand: "Let Us Rise Up and Build"
Chapter 12 The Raven and the Dove
Chapter 13 In God's Hand: Let God Start Over with You
Chapter 14 Arise and Walk
Chapter 15 The Key to Every Promise
Chapter 16 "Be Strong in the Lord"
Chapter 17 The Ways of God
Chapter 18 The Lord Has Led Us
Chapter 19 Peter's Failure and Restoration
Chapter 20 "Be Strong and of a Good Courage"