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  1. I have loved this fresh look at Nehemiah after an earlier series by our P Brown. The confirmation that it gives that how I am treated at times, how others see me, the sometimes hurtful comments, the exclusions are all part of the Christian life and more importantly an active choice to no longer be satisfied with Sousa. Increasingly the distress this world causes me as I seem to almost daily recognise an ever decreasing moral standard or often don’t even enjoy being party to it weighs heavy as I know it does for many. I know it’s right to feel as though I could cry for those around me.

    James please consider a series where we are encouraged to see more of the joy of belonging to God, to tap into those moments that we can so easily be robbed of because of the world we live in.

    I was interested to know why the sheep gate was the first built – for sacrifice reasons maybe? I also love how each man built in front of him, how it was made even more personal to him and how he worked alongside his neighbour – equal share, no one person left until last, everything done fairly. Nehemiah is an amazing character, one I don’t think I will ever tire of hearing about.

    I am a wall builder and I want to do my best work for the master craftsman.

    Thank you. Blessings

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