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Davidisms: God Restores Broken Places

Do you believe God is the restorer of the broken places in your life? He is. The Bible says so.


For behold, days are coming, declares the Lord, when I will restore the fortunes of my people, Israel and Judah” (Jeremiah 30:3). God promises the Israelites that he will restore them to the land after they had been removed from it for 70 years.


Plus, God restored the Temple that had been destroyed. And the walls that had been razed to the ground.


God restores broken places in the lives of all his people. All of them.


Think of it this way. God the Restorer is a repairman. You take something broken to him. You leave it with him. You trust that he has the means and ability to get the job done. And done well.


Because you trust your repairman, you do not call him every five minutes to see if he’s doing his job properly. You don’t question his process or progress. You leave what’s broken with him, knowing he will fix what is broken and return it to you at the right time.


So it is with God our Restorer. We give him our brokenness. We pray that he will heal us.


We wait. Trust. And know that he is faithful and able as the Restorer of our broken places.

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