He Restoreth All Things
“Restore unto me the joy of thy salvation; and uphold me with thy free Spirit.” ~ Psalm 51:12 “He restoreth my soul…” Psalm 23:3 In a fractured world, filled with brokenness – broken dreams, broken systems, broken relationships, just to mention a few; restoration is a much needed experience. Sadly, many places once considered peaceful and much sought after as iconic and great travel destinations, are now witnessing at an unprecedented rate strife, wars and confusion in their land.
God’s earnest desire is for us to have restoration – healing in our body, soul and spirit. He wants for us to have abundance in this life and eternal life in the one which is to come. God’s Son coming into the world was for a divine purpose. It was to bring about a new world order, a new era filled with hope, love, an abundance of joy in our lives. It was the birthing of divine empowerment with the government being upon the shoulder of God’s Son who is the King of kings and the Lord of lords.
The promise is that Satan’s tyranny and his onslaught upon humanity will come to an end. Light will break forth and pierce the darkness upon this earth and our lives will radiate with the beaming light from the one who Himself is the Light of the world – Jesus our Lord! It must come that Satan will be bound and cast to the bottomless pit that he can deceive the nations and people no more to fulfill his dirty deeds.
All things will be made new – the promise of a new heaven and a new earth. God Himself shall be with us. “And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away. And he tha sat upon the throne said, Behold, I make all things new. And he said unto me, Write: for these words are true and faithful” ~ Revelation 21:4-5
As we reflect on all that has passed this year, let us begin to thank God for the restorative work that He shall do in each of our lives. Be comforted while we thank Him for His peace and for His tender mercy and His grace towards us that we are here today and in spite of it all, we ourselves have not been consumed.
May God abundantly bless us and give us His peace that we can shine as the light of the world that we are in Him.
Hi Janelle, thank you for your comment – well appreciated.
This reminds me so much about the word where we are required to be our brothers keeper (watch each others back) and to pray constantly for one another. We have a real enemy who is about seeking whoever he can devour. So important for us as individuals not to be the one to allow him to use us to do his evil works.
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