We serve the God of restoration, who has committed Himself to the restoration of His children Psa. 23:1-3; Jer. 30:17. Remember, we are in a revival season, and every revival is usually accompanied with the supernatural restoration in the lives of engaging believers Isa. 61:1-7; Joel 2:23-27. In God’s kingdom, every provision can only be accessed on the platform of the covenant, because we serve a God of covenant who is committed to keep His covenant Psa. 89:34; Jer. 33:21-26. The restoration that redemption offers is comprehensive; includes lost of years, health, joy, peace, honor, glory, blessing etc.
What is Restoration?
It is to have back what one has lost, was denied or destroyed, and have it in a better way Hag. 2:9.
The Covenant Responsibilities for Restoration.
One of the foremost blessing of redemption is the restoration of the believer Jn. 10:10; 2Cor. 5:17. Therefore, the first step into the world of restoration is to repent and be born again Rms. 3:23; 8:29-30.
In God’s kingdom, it is what we choose to receive and believe that we are empowered to become, experience, and will be performed in our life Lk. 1:45; Jn. 1:12. God’s word gives the guarantee of restoration for the believer, we only need to hold firm unto it for it to become our experience in reality Job 14:7-9; 42:10-12.
When the believer commits to advancing God’s kingdom, he moves God’s hand in His favor Psa. 102:13-15. The effect is supernatural restoration of all things in the life of that believer 2Chr. 15:3-6,12-15; Psa. 34:10; Mat. 6:33. Serving God is a guaranteed pathway to supernatural restoration in life.
The arch enemy of the believer’s restoration is the devil, and the sure way to silence him is by engaging the blood of the covenant 1Ths. 2:18; Rev. 12:11. The believer must therefore be intentional in engaging the blood of Jesus against all works of Satan that is out to deny him of supernatural restoration in life.
One law of the kingdom is that what you make happen for others is what will be made to happen in your life Eph. 6:8; Gen. 8:22. In essence, when the believer commits to praying for other people’s restoration to manifest, his own restoration cannot be denied him Job 42:10-12.
The Holy Spirit is the restorer of all things in the kingdom Isa. 61:1-7. When the believer becomes filled with the Holy Spirit, his restoration is facilitated. The good news is that the baptism of the Holy Spirit is the birthright of everyone that is born again Acts 2:38-39.
In conclusion, everything you have lost, robbed or denied you, damaged by the wicked in your life, your time to have it back in a better way has come. God has ordained today for you restoration, and vowed to see you fully restored now!
To anyone reading this that will love to give his/her life to Christ, pray this prayer out loud with me from your heart: “Lord Jesus, I surrender my life to you today. Forgive me my sins; wash me with your blood. I believe you died for me, on the third day you rose again that I may be justified. Right now, I believe that my sins are forgiven; I’m justified by your blood; I’m born-again; I’m saved; I’m a child of God; I’m free from the power of sin to serve the living God. Thank you Jesus for receiving me; thank you Jesus for restoring me; thank you Jesus for