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Thursday, March 9, 2017

Let the Work Speak for Itself

So I came to Jerusalem, and was there three days.  And I arose in the night, I and some few men with me; neither told I any man what my God had put in my heart to do at Jerusalem: neither was there any beast with me, save the beast that I rode upon. And I went out by night by the gate of the valley, even before the dragon well, and to the dung port, and viewed the walls of Jerusalem, which were broken down, and the gates thereof were consumed with fire. Nehimiah 2:11-13

When Nehemiah reached the Jerusalem, he didn’t have a lot of men go before him blowing trumpets and saying that the cupbearer of the great Persian king had arrived from the Persian court, and was going to build the walls of Jerusalem. There are some men who are always telling what they are going to do. Man, let the work speak for itself. You needn’t blow any horns; go and do the work, and it will advertise itself. Nehemiah didn’t have any newspapers writing about him, or any placards. However, there was no small stir. No doubt every one in town was talking about it, saying that a very important personage had arrived from the Persian court; but he was there three days and three nights without telling anyone why he had come. (Source: Moody, Dwight Lyman. Men of the Bible)


May we suggest this classic book for your reading enjoyment: The Weapon of Prayer - Enhanced Version

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