In Nehemiah 13, we encounter the final scenes of reformation among those who returned from exile in Babylon over a hundred years before. After many dramatic reformations among the people through the years, we learn that Nehemiah traveled to back to Susa for some period of time. Finally, he returns to Jerusalem only to find that the people had allowed paganism to creep in. They turned back from their original devotion and covenants in some very specific areas. This time frame corresponds with the preaching of the last prophet of the Old Testament, Malachi. In this chapter, we learn about specific ways that we too might turn away from everything pagan. This is the first part of a three-part series on turning away from everything pagan.

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