Being Proactive While Praying, Exemplified By Nehemiah

Thank you for joining us for worship and spending some time in The Word. As Nehemiah waits upon God’s opening, to ask the king for permission and resources to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem, he is not idle nor passive. Proactive prayer means that he positioned himself to be ready to go when God said it was time to go. As we will see in the sermon, time in prayer is not passive time at all. Join us as Rev. Julio Orozco shares about  Nehemiah chapter 2: Being Proactive While Praying.
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Pastor Julio
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