Have you been running on empty? Have you been wandering aimlessly? Have you just felt dry? Here’s a promise for you:
Surrender that dry feeling unto the Lord! Surrender that weak feeling to the Lord! Surrender that lost sense of direction to the Lord!
He wants to restore you, guide you, and give you that Living Water! He is here for you no matter how rough things may get. We must seek His face for his reviving water. We must pray to experience is refreshing presence. We must have faith that the ever-flowing spring is manifesting in our lives.
Your words have power, sister. Declare this promise over your life right now. Declare that your prayer life is ever-flowing, your finances are ever-flowing, and your joy is unstoppable.
And as we declare this truth, may we see our garden, our well-watered garden, full of faith, love, joy, and peace.
“the action of returning something to a former owner, place, or condition.”
Renewal. Revival. Reestablishment.
We here at Sisters Helping Sisters don’t know what you’ve lost, what led you astray from that calling, mission, goal, or purpose. But what we do know is that restoration is in God’s plan for your life, for your relationships, for your ministry. Restoration. Renewal. Revival. can all define you and shape you on this last day of 2019 and for the coming year, God’s willing.
It is our prayer that God restores what you’ve lost. It is our prayer that He gently reminds you and revives you to be all that He’s called you to be. As you begin to wonder what’s in store for 2020, may He reestablish and enlarge your territory. May He blow your mind beyond measure, starting today and right now! May He restore your belief in His promises and His Word. May He restore your faith in His ability to work a miracle in your life.
And may this truth manifest for you:
“I will restore to you the years that the swarming locust has eaten, the hopper, the destroyer, and the cutter, my great army, which I sent among you. “You shall eat in plenty and be satisfied, and praise the name of theLordyour God, who has dealt wondrously with you. And my people shall never again be put to shame.” Joel 2:25-26