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Nehemiah's heart was so broken for those in need that he left the comfort of his Persian palace to help them. This study challenges women to let God break their hearts for a hurting, lost world and compassionately move them to lead people to Jesus.
• To read Nehemiah, chapter 2:13–4:23, click here.
• To listen to Nehemiah, chapter 2, 3, and 4, click here.
1. Nehemiah 1:3 tells us that Jerusalem lay in disgrace. Nehemiah 2:18 explains Nehemiah planned to remove the disgrace with God's help. Discuss the ways Nehemiah's plan to deal with the disgrace encourages you to practically be a minister of reconciliation? (See 2 Corinthians 5:17–21.)
2. Where has God removed your own disgrace? (Don't feel pressured to share beyond your comfort level.)
3. What spoke to you the most in the Minter family interview?
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