Pathway to Victory Daily Devotion

A Response To The Spirit Of God

March 03, 2021

What is revival? It is when the Spirit of God using the Word of God motivates the people of God to do what? To obey the will of God. That is the third ingredient for revival:

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A Recognition Of Our Need For God

March 02, 2021

In Nehemiah 8, we find a recipe for spiritual revival. First of all, revival always begins with our recognition of our need for God. Here is a principle to remember: God only satisfies those who are truly hungry.

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Recipe For Revival

March 01, 2021

Every time there is a building program in the Bible, it is always accompanied by a great spiritual revival. When Christians pray for a revival, exactly what are we praying for?

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The Threat Of Elimination

February 26, 2021

To stop Nehemiah from finishing his work, Nehemiah’s enemies threatened him with isolation and intimidation. But those attacks did not work. Their third attack was the most severe, and that is elimination--they threatened to kill him.

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Responding To Rumors

February 25, 2021

In his book “Hand Me Another Brick,” Chuck Swindoll gave three characteristics of rumors. First, rumors often lack a source. Nehemiah’s enemies tried to intimidate him with a rumor that he was planning a rebellion--

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The Threat Of Intimidation

February 24, 2021

First, Nehemiah’s enemies threatened him with isolation. When that did not work, they launched a second and more severe attack upon Nehemiah, and that is intimidation.

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The Threat Of Isolation

February 23, 2021

Nehemiah’s enemies tried to use fear to keep him from finishing his God-given work. First of all, they threatened him with isolation. Nehemiah 6:2 says, “Sanballat and Geshem sent a message to me, saying, ‘Come, let us meet together at Chephirim in the plain of Ono.’”

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Overcoming The Fear Factor

February 22, 2021

Let’s look at two more pratical principles in Nehemiah 5. First of all, concerning leadership: leaders attack rather than avoid problems. Tim Hansel wrote a great book entitled “Eating Problems For Breakfast.”

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