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Published December 3rd by Thomas Nelson apsame published June 26th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Hand Me Another Brickplease sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Hand Me Another Brick. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Oct 06, Jason rated it really liked it Shelves: This book took me quite some time to get through.
It is a deep dive into the book of Nehemiah through the lens of leadership. It discusses the qualities and perspectives that can enable you to be a better leader by reviewing each of the actions, inactions, reactions, prayers and petitions that Nehemiah made.
There is a lot of stuff here. I know for me, after reading this, it is more about how to apply some of these principles into my life. For that though, the particular copy I had included a stu This book took me quite some time to get through. For that though, the particular copy I had included a study guide that walks you through both analyzing what you read as well as questions to promote application in your life. So, while it may be a long read for a book of less than pages, it is worth the time and effort.
Aug 10, Elizabeth rated otrk it chaeles amazing Shelves: I was caught off guard by the s cover for this book: Swindoll demonstrates leadership principles clearly from the story of Nehemiah.
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Oadrillo suitable title for this book would be “The Praying Leader”, Swindoll makes also a very strong case for the spiritual life of leaders more than other leadership books I’ve read or heard about.
Awesome for anyone not just pastors: Jan 22, Melissa AuClair rated it it was amazing. I’m biased cause I’ve never read a bad Charles R. But it really was good. With the exception of some references to leaders in large organizations, the book applies to everyone- because we all lead- whether we lead our children or the people in our sphere of influence at the office, the committee or the mentoring group.
Plus, the story of Nehemiah is SO good and I don’t paaame a lot of teaching on the life lessons in this Bible book- it was an encouraging and helpful read. Sep 06, Ben rated it it was amazing Shelves: An excellent volume on leadership based upon the book of Nehemiah. Swindoll has managed to write in a way that is readily understandable without sacrificing depth a rare talent in my experience. Definitely a book I would recommend!
Jul 12, Kathy rated it it was amazing. Jan 02, Diana rated it it was amazing. Really I would give this book 3. What it covers in Nehemiah is 4 or 5 star worthy but what it doesn’t cover, at all, is cringe worthy. Here is what he wrote, “The delegation of labor is described in detail in chapter 3 of the Book of Swindolll. Nehemiah 7 got a little more than that but not much. If you are going to cover a book like Nehemiah [even if you are not calling it a commentary] couldn’t you at least say a little more about two of the thirteen chap Really I would give this book 3.
If you are going to cover a book like Nehemiah [even if you are not calling it a commentary] couldn’t you at least say a little more about two of the thirteen chapters?
He calls Nehemiah’s revival the first recorded revival but that is pushing the issue somewhat [Josiah’s revival comes to mind- several hundred years earlier, Jonah’s hcarles in Nineveh, etc.
I like Swindoll- I really do, but that seems like a really weak statement- especially with no evidence or explanatory remarks to explain what he means. Good book- but a little more and it could have been great. Every leader in any position should ladrlllo this book. I have always loved Nehemiah from a business perspective but this has opened my eyes to so many more treasures of guidance in the book. One of the key lessons that I still remember daily is that to have the one sentence prayers Nehemiah had This is an excellent book on Nehemiah and leadership!
I’ve been studying the book of Nehemiah a lot this year. I bought this book from the FC Bookstore after my dad and Dr. Tom Hamilton recommended it to me.
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I marked up every page! Y’all need to read charrles Great book on leadership. Wonderful look at an old testament book. Feb 09, Jay Crook rated it really liked it. Very good read concerning leadership using Nehemiah as the example. Aug 09, Jerry Simmons rated it it was amazing. This book by Charles Swindoll is an in-depth study of the book of Nehemiah. Cup bearer, builder and governor. Swindoll considers the prayer life of the cup bearer.
He digs deep into the story to uncover the powerful principles that Nehemiah lived by as he waited and prayed for Jerusalem. Did you know that he waited and prayed for four mont This book by Charles Swindoll is an in-depth study of the book of Nehemiah.
Did you know that he waited and prayed for four months before the king gave him the approval to go to Jerusalem? Sqindoll Swindoll considers Nehemiah the builder.
We have much to learn from Nehemiah from his example in building. He models for us how to handle criticism, strong opposition, threats, discouragement and issues of sin. The final role that Swindoll examines is Nehemiah as the governor. How a leader handles promotion and authority is even more important than how a leader handles difficulty.
Nehemiah used, but did not abuse his authority.
Nehemiah did not just build a wall, but he helped bring about spiritual revival to the people. An older book about Christian leadership but the principles are charpes true. Hand Me Another Brick is a concise book on leadership and the qualities required of a leader.
Swindoll explains these qualities through the narrative of Nehemiah. Using the chronological layout of the Book of Nehemiah, Swindoll shows the ups and downs of becoming and being a leader of a group of people. In summary, the qualities required to be an effective leader are: I recommend this book to anybody, even those who do not think they are in a leadership position.
Swindoll writes in a way that is relatable, convincing, convicting, and practical. Well worth the read. Aug 02, Susie added it.
I enjoyed this book so much that I took notes on each chapter as I was reading it. Swindoll systematically identifies the qualities of a good leader and also the practical steps leaders can follow to deal with discouragement, promotions, the unknowns, passivity, and other problems as he follows the story of Nehemiah chronologically.
Prayer, action, obedience, and other good qualities are encouraged, and I’ll definitely be re-reading my notes often. Dec 14, Gerald Thomson rated it liked it. Swindoll does a nice job of intertwining the story of Nehemiah and contemporary leadership skills, helping both the leader and those who follow those leaders. There is also wonderful insight into how to approach problems and opposition, using Nehemiah as an example of prayer and patience.
The section about praying for those in leadership over you is very good, helping you to focus on what you can control and leaving to God what only He can change.
Jan 05, Bill rated it really liked it. I first read this back in or so, a copy lent to me by a friend. Several years ago, I saw this paperback version and picked it up to add to my library.
I have enjoyed and been challenged once again by Swindoll’s study of leadership from the life of Nehemiah, and I would predict this is a volume I will revisit once again.
I highly recommend it as a “good read. May 02, Matthew rated it really liked it Shelves: I’d heard about this book forever, but only recently began to read it for myself.