Nehemiah 2 Sermon

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What’s great about preaching is sometimes you think you are actually the one teaching when you’ve just realized that you are actually teaching yourself as you preached. There’s one thing that really caught my attention in my message yesterday in B1G South Connect. The truth – “It’s not about me but about God” – was really for me. I finished creating my message last Tuesday (November 13, 2012) and the few days remaining before my message yesterday was used to edit a few points and finalize my flow (yes, even my jokes ;-) ).

The slide “It’s not about me” was actually just inserted the same day I was speaking because I ¬†clearly felt God wanted me say something about it – not knowing that it was really also for me. Clearly, there is more that I need to think about and digest when it comes to this truth.

I’ll start sharing my presentations from now on. I pray God speaks to you even as you just go through my slides. I wasn’t able to show the last 3 slides since my laptop lost its power during my preaching. ¬†You may take a look at my slides below. This is my Nehemiah 2 sermon. I’m praying God will open your eyes and heart for you to understand it.

If you have any question then drop me a comment and I’m willing to answer it. God bless!

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About Marc Sorongon

is servant of Jesus Christ. He serves and heads the B1G South Ministry and is actively involved in speaking. He enjoys eating burritos, burgers and Persian food. Add him in Facebook, Twitter and Google+
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  1. Do you publish your sermon notes with the slides? I would like to understand better.

    In His Service,

    • Hi Rebecca,

      I include the slides of the messages that I have preached already using Slideshare. But if it is a sermon note from another speaker, I don’t post his slide unless I have a copy and permission to do so.

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