Praying Through the Bible project

Praying about your past
(Neh 5.19)

Remember for my good, O my God, all that I have done for this people.

This is such a short, simple prayer—yet one we all hope we could pray at the end of our lives. Nehemiah stands as one of the better examples of a faithful believer, and this prayer can serve as a goal for us.

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  1. See also 6:14; 13:14, 22, 29, 31, which we will explore later.

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Vol 1: Genesis–Joshua
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The Prayers of Exodus
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The Prayers of Leviticus & Numbers
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The Prayers of Deuteronomy
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The Prayers of Joshua
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The Prayers of 1 Samuel
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The Prayers of 2 Samuel
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The Prayers of Judges
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The Prayers of Ruth
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The Prayers of 1 Kings
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The Prayers of 2 Kings
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The Prayers of 1 Chronicles
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The Prayers of 2 Chronicles
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The Prayers of Ezra
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