The Nehemiah Project

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Xulon Press, 2007 - 138 pages

"High in the western mountains of New Mexico, sits the town of Mountain Fire. At one time the area was home to mountaineers, hunters, gold seekers, and bandits. By the early nineteen hundreds it was a railroad and mining town. And this is where, for a variety of reasons, the men had come. "Exiled," as Benjamin liked to tell his congregation, "banished to," as Compton would say... or, in a serious moment, "why did the Lord lead me to this place?" And so there were ten." The Nehemiah Project is the story of Benjamin Sharon, a Messianic Jew, and a group of Christian pastors who accept God's call to join together in prayer to seek revival in their city. Fast paced with a story line combining action and suspense, The Nehemiah Project is an urgent call to prayer to believers all over the world.

R.A. Stokes lived in western New Mexico for almost thirteen years. For a number of those years, he was privileged to have a ministry involving prayer and evangelism. Mr. Stokes desires, in these last days before the Lord's return, to see the Body of Christ-all those who are washed in the blood of Jesus-seek God's face for a mighty move of the Holy Spirit, as Christians throughout the world await that awesome Day of the Lord, the return of our great Savior, Lord, and King, Jesus Christ! Mr. Stokes believes that as God's people pray, revival and transformation can take place in cities across the land. The Nehemiah Project will be an encouragement to prayer intercessors and other ministers of the Gospel, whether pastor, layman, teacher, or worship team member.

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Contents

Section 1
v
Section 2
vii
Section 3
9
Section 4
17
Section 5
25
Section 6
29
Section 7
35
Section 8
49
Section 11
79
Section 12
85
Section 13
89
Section 14
105
Section 15
113
Section 16
119
Section 17
125
Section 18
127

Section 9
57
Section 10
69

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