Monday, August 16, 2021

Frontline Chronicles :: August, 2021 :: Rebuild Your Broken Walls :: Nathan & Dawn Pietsch


By Nathan D. Pietsch

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Rebuild Your Broken Wall

By Nathan D. Pietsch

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The Old Testament Book of Nehemiah is full of practical applications for us today.  The story begins by stating that the wall of Jerusalem was broken down, and its gates were burned with fire (Nehemiah 1:3).

Nehemiah was the cupbearer to King Artaxerxes (1:11), but his true destiny was to rebuild Jerusalem (2:5). The king granted him permission to travel to Judah, and Nehemiah left on his journey. Once they began to rebuild and close the gaps in the broken wall their enemies grew angry, prepared to attack, and created confusion (4:7-8). Regardless of the adversity, Nehemiah carried on and fortified the city wall until there were no more breaks in it (6:1).

Nehemiah reconstructed the wall to keep the enemy out. As followers of Christ, we also have an enemy who comes to steal, kill, and destroy from us (John 10:10). If your Christian walk is compromised, there will be gaping holes in your wall that permits the enemy easy access to attack you. 

To help keep your spiritual walls fortified: 1) Spend time in God’s Word each day. 2) Meditate upon the Scriptures and let them sink deep inside. 3) Engage the Heavenly Father, Jesus, and Holy Spirit in conversation through prayer. 4) Repent of sins you have committed, thought, or spoke. 5) Ask God to put His wall of fire around you (Zechariah 2:5). When you keep your wall fortified, the enemy will not have an easy path of attack.