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Ten Steps to Spiritual Renewal

Message 1: Getting Back to the Book

All Christians profess to wanting to grow spiritually – to become known as a “mature” believer in Christ. But not all Christians are equally eager to do what is required to reach that goal. An unswerving commitment to the authority of Scripture – knowing and obeying the Bible – is key. Covers Nehemiah 8:1–12. From the series Reset: Ten Steps to Spiritual Renewal.

Ten Steps to Spiritual Renewal

Message 1: Getting Back to the Book

All Christians profess to wanting to grow spiritually – to become known as a “mature” believer in Christ. But not all Christians are equally eager to do what is required to reach that goal. An unswerving commitment to the authority of Scripture – knowing and obeying the Bible – is key. Covers Nehemiah 8:1–12. From the series Reset: Ten Steps to Spiritual Renewal.

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Getting Back to the Book

All Christians profess to wanting to grow spiritually – to become known as a “mature” believer in Christ. But not all Christians are equally eager to do what is required to reach that goal. An unswerving commitment to the authority of Scripture – knowing and obeying the Bible – is key. Covers Nehemiah 8:1–12. From the series Reset: Ten Steps to Spiritual Renewal.

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Getting Serious About Obedience

The Bible is like no other book in world literature. One portion of the Bible even promises a blessing to those who read and take to heart what is written in it (Revelation 1:3). “Taking to heart” in the Bible is another way of describing obedience. Reading is good, but obeying is better. Covers Nehemiah 8:13–18. From the series Reset: Ten Steps to Spiritual Renewal.

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Getting Concerned About Sin

Every Christian sins, but not every Christian reflects on the fact that God is faithful even when we are a failure. That is the story of humanity throughout the Bible: God’s faithfulness, man’s failings. When Scripture revealed their sin, Israel was moved to confess and repent before God. Covers Nehemiah 9:1–37. From the series Reset: Ten Steps to Spiritual Renewal.

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Getting Caught Up in Worship

No one can claim to have discovered the exact elements of a New Testament worship service. It’s not in the Bible. What the Bible does give us are principles of process and practice that should be reflected in our worship. The form of biblical worship man vary, but the focus cannot. Covers Nehemiah 9:1–37. From the series Reset: Ten Steps to Spiritual Renewal.

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Becoming Accountable for Conduct

God created a race called the Jews. They were to be a “peculiar” people – distinct from all others in their character and conduct. Nehemiah called the remnant from Babylon to reaffirm their commitment to “peculiarity” by renewing their obedience and accountability to God’s covenant. Covers Nehemiah 9:39 – 10:31. From the series Reset: Ten Steps to Spiritual Renewal.

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Taking a Pledge to Give

It has been said that a person’s checkbook will reveal what is most important in that person’s life. Jesus said that one’s heart and treasure can be found in the same place. The Jews who returned from Babylon to Jerusalem made a commitment to put God first with their resources. Covers Nehemiah 10:32–39. From the series Reset: Ten Steps to Spiritual Renewal.

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Offering Yourself for Service

A standard joke in every work setting, whether business, church, or ministry, is that whoever is missing from a meeting gets “volunteered” for the worst jobs. But in God’s economy, there are no worst jobs – only important ones. Saying “Here am I! Send me,” is precious in God’s sight. Covers Nehemiah 11:1–36. From the series Reset: Ten Steps to Spiritual Renewal.

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Giving Thanks for God's Goodness

There should be a positive correlation between what we say we are thankful for and the expressions of those thanks in practical ways. When the Jews joyfully celebrated the dedication of the wall around Jerusalem, their joy overflowed into expressions that were plain to see. Covers Nehemiah 12:1–47. From the series Reset: Ten Steps to Spiritual Renewal.

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Doing Away with Compromise

Because Satan is relentless in his attacks on the work of God, it is not a question of “if” the attacks will come but “when” and “how.” The job of every Christian, and every local church, is to be a covenant-keeper, remembering every responsibility which lordship to Christ requires. Covers Nehemiah 13:1–31. From the series Reset: Ten Steps to Spiritual Renewal.

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Becoming Separate Unto God

Ideas are cheap while burdens can be expensive. Ideas can be discarded but burdens have to be seen through. Nehemiah didn’t have an idea to rebuild the wall around Jerusalem, he had a burden. And it was that burden that revealed the life and leadership traits for which he is known. Covers selected Scriptures. From the series Reset: Ten Steps to Spiritual Renewal.

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