Time – 445 – 460 B.C.
The book of Nehemiah begins with Nehemiah returning from Babylon as Governor of Jerusalem appointed by Artaxerxes king of Persia. He plans and oversees there building of the city walls despite the discouraging opposition and disunity within the Jewish population. The wall is completed and more exiles are returned and registered as Jewish citizens. Nehemiah’s dedication to God drives him to make several religious reforms. A public reading of the Law and arrangements for worship are among these reformations.

Nehemiah 1
Nehemiah 2
Nehemiah 3
Nehemiah 4
Nehemiah 5
Nehemiah 6
Nehemiah 7
Nehemiah 8
Nehemiah 9
Nehemiah 10
Nehemiah 11
Nehemiah 12
Nehemiah 13