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6 Words that Can Change Your Life
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Nehemiah stuck to his no to carry out the work God had given him – and he didn’t even bother taking the time to justify his reason to them. Through God’s...

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6 Words that Can Change Your Life
So I can't come.

Nehemiah is bold! He discerns that the people inviting him to meet are actually his enemies, so he turns them down: “No, I’m not coming.” Have you ever said...

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6 Words that Can Change Your Life
Saying yes when you should say no.

Nehemiah’s enemies would not take his original no as a final answer. They nagged at him four more times, and then passive aggressively threatened him on their fifth try...

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6 Words that Can Change Your Life
No.

There's no problem with saying yes, unless we start saying yes to the wrong things for the wrong people, too many times, for the wrong reasons. Queen Vashti told the king no...

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6 Words that Can Change Your Life
We miss the mark.

We missed the mark. Through our sin, we fall short of God's perfect standard. Our sin separates us from God--separating us from an eternity with Him. No matter how hard we try...

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6 Words that Can Change Your Life
Humble enough to forgive.

Jesus’ story contrasts two people: the self-righteous Pharisee and the humble sinner. While the sinner humbly admitted his own guilt, the Pharisee patted himself on the...

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6 Words that Can Change Your Life
Humble and justified.

The tax collector in Jesus’ story had just asked God for mercy, because he knew he was a sinner - he had missed the mark. But he also knew that God is good! Jesus ended...

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6 Words that Can Change Your Life
A sinner's sorry.

After Jesus described the self-righteous Pharisee, he then described the second person in His story: the tax collector. This tax collector was so overwhelmed with all he was...

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