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Dear Beloved,
We begin the second quarter of this year in which we continue to receive the Grace to be rooted built up and established in Christ.

This month we particularly begin a series of sermons on UNRESERVED FAITH as modeled in the character of Nehemiah.
Nehemiah was a senior civil servant in the kingdom of Persia. He served in the King's court as a cup bearer. His livelihood depended upon his service within the Persian
Empire, He received news about the destruction of Jerusalem and became very distressed about it. This was manifested in his downcast heart and sad countenance especially when he had the news from Hanani.

He however chose to take decisive action about it even at the risk of his own life, job and relationship with the King.

This was the most significant choice he made to live for his faith as we learn today. There are three profound factors that underlie this decision.
1. A burning PASSION for the glory of God: He stated “Why should my face not be sad when the city, the place of my father's tombs, lies desolate and its gates have been consumed by fire?”
2. A Strong PRAYERFUL disposition. When the king asked him what his need was, rather than immediately answer the king, we read his decision thus “So I prayed to the God of heaven.” 2.4
3. A clear PURPOSE for doing God's work. Nehemiah did more than just pray; he was ready to act. Nehemiah asks the king for a leave of absence in order that he might return to Jerusalem and Personally oversee the rebuilding of the city"-2:5.

This week we pray that you too will embrace and express your faith in an unreserved manner through the three postures like Nehemiah as highlighted above.
Have a passionate week.

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