Questions for Review Answers

1. Did God give us human bodies to use and abuse as we like, or does He expect more?

No, God want us to honor Him in our bodies in worship to Him and only to Him. Yes, He expect more from us as His people who are called by His name.

2. How does He expect us to view and care for the marvelous bodies He designed?

God expect us to rebuild our lives to honor Him, and He want us to view our bodies as His righteous temple.

3. Our body is what to the Holy Spirit?

Our bodies is the temple of the Holy Spirit, (I Corinthians 3:16) and read verse 17 too. It’s a living place for Gods’ Holy Spirit while here on earth.

4. How does God want us to think, and what mind should we have?

(I Corinthians 2:16) says,For who hath known the mind of the Lord, that he may instruct him? but we have the mind of Christ.” We get this mind when we are born again, and when we read God’s Word daily. This is the rebuilding of the Temple of God’s Spirit.

5. Who enabled Nehemiah and the people to rebuild the wall?

God did, and the mind they had to work; they honored God with their whole heart, mind, and soul.

6. When Nehemiah was rebuilding the wall what did he ask them?

Sorry about this question, it was a little confusing not knowing who he asked. I would think he was talking about the people helping him rebuild the wall, but I can’t find a question, except the one he asked Sanballat and Tobiah in (Nehemiah 6:3). Sorry!

7. When Nehemiah ask the people to help who volunteer first?

Nehemiah 3:1 says, “Then Eliashib the high priest rose up with his brethren the priests, and they builded the sheep gate; they sanctified it, and set up the doors of it; even unto the tower of Meah they sanctified it, unto the tower of Hananeel.”

8. Should we include our families to pray with us?

Yes, we could! God designed the family to pray together.

9. Who was Sanballat, and what was his problem?

Sanballat was a governor of one of the region in the Babylon/Persia kingdom; he was Nehemiah’s enemy and didn’t want them to rebuild Jerusalem, because God had gave their land to the Jew.

10. Who was Tobiah?

Tobiah was also another governor a region in the Persia kingdom, and didn’t like the Jew, because God gave his land to the Jews too.

11. Did Nehemiah stop working when the enemy started his attack?

No, Nehemiah was a warrior he was determine to do what he needed to do to get the job done. He loved his people and country.

12. What was the conflict and injustice at this time?

Nehemiah 5:7. I pondered them in my mind and then accused the nobles and officials. I Then I consulted with myself, and I rebuked the nobles, and the rulers, and said unto them, Ye exact usury, every one of his brother. And I set a great assembly against them.” He concluded that the problem lay with the nobles and the officials, and the men of influence. They were stealing from the people.

13. When conflict come what must we do as a Church and an individual?

We must confront the issue by bringing it out in the open, confront that person. We must pray too. Apostle Peter confronted the problem in the early church concerning the Grecians against the Hebrews, because their wives were neglected in the daily ministration, (Acts 6:1-7).

14. How many chapters are in the book of Nehemiah?

There are thirteen chapters in the book of Nehemiah.