Nehemiah Doubleday invited my sister Jane and I and a few other close personal friends up to his house for an evening.
Nehemiah condemns it as destructive to personal and civic freedom.
He feared God above many, and therefore Nehemiah knew that he would be kept safe and free from sin.
The way was long, but by the beginning of September Nehemiah arrived in Abydos.
Nehemiah does so, and finds him shut up, his doors barred and bolted, his house barricaded like a fortress.
Nehemiah was not an earth-man in gross contact with solidities.
The book of Nehemiah is full of the distress occasioned by this invasion of the privileges of the chosen.
How had Nehemiah lived during those first ten years in England?
Nehemiah, the great Rab-shakeh, was a living soul, for he loved to pray.
At the head of this deputation was Hanani, a kinsman of Nehemiah.
masc. proper name, Jewish leader under Persian king Artaxerxes, from Hebrew Nehemyah, literally "the Lord comforts."