Review – The Nehemiah Code by O.S. Hawkins
Who isn’t in need of a new beginning? Bestselling author O. S. Hawkins knows that whether it be broken relationships, integrity missteps, or loss, most of us will spend some or much of the next year trying to restore something. The good news is . . . it’s never too late for a new beginning.
Hawkins, with more than 550,000 books sold, now turns his eye to another biblical hero in The Nehemiah Code. Nehemiah was a civil servant from 2,500 years ago who applied principles found in the Bible for insight during hard times, help to start again, and encouragement to rebuild a life.
This is a small good looking book containing big truths about rebuilding in today’s society.
O.S. Hawkins is well known for writing a series of “codes” inspired by prominent Bible figures, and this one is no exception. Taking wisdom from the life of Nehemiah, each chapter gives us a glimpse into rebuilding our lives in the middle of difficult situations. Just like Nehemiah did with an entire city.
The book is divided in the following six parts, covering attitudes or actions that can be applied into our own personal situations.
- Taking personal responsibility
- Moving out of your comfort zone
- Rebuilding team spirit
- Holding those around you accountable
- Doing what is right
- Finishing strong
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