Preparation for a Tough Job

By Charles R. Swindoll

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Nehemiah 2:1–11

While carrying his great burden for the people and conditions in Jerusalem, Nehemiah began the tough job of rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem . . . by getting on his knees in prayer. He asked God for compassion and understanding to come to the heart of King Artaxerxes (Nehemiah 1:3–4, 11). In the second chapter of Nehemiah, we see God's gracious answer to Nehemiah's prayer, an illustration of Proverbs 21:1, giving us insight into how we should handle a difficult boss or authority figure today.

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