Besides external attacks, the Jews faced internal threats when working on the wall. Judah was the strongest of the tribes, but they began to lose heart in the battle, because they were focusing on their obstacles rather than focusing on God. This is the fiery dart of discouragement. It came from within the camp, but it formed when they started agreeing with the enemy. Please open your Bible to Nehemiah chapter four, verse eleven, and listen as Pastor Ray Viola concludes his study of this chapter.