Nehemiah the Sabbath Reformer is a devotional book which recounts the exciting story of Nehemiah and the rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem under intense opposition. Despite threats, accusations and intimidation, Nehemiah and the people resolutely worked to repair the walls of the city, trusting in God for safety. The story has deep spiritual lessons for God's people at the end of time when they will be called to repair the breaches made in the law of God. Although the walls have been damaged the foundations remain; a work of reformation will restore the Sabbath which is the biggest hole that has been made in the wall of God's law. The last two chapters discuss the origin of the Sabbath and the moral law and how this relates to the gospel.
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|Size: ||152 KB|
|Date published: || 2013|
|ISBN: ||9781471671791 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|