God is a restorer. He is a master in making things new. He could renew the inner being, the soul and spirit, of the person. He could refresh the weakening mental, emotional, and physical life of anyone who comes to Him in trust and surrender.

For God to restore us, we need to come to Him by faith. It is faith that would draw us near to Him. And it is obedience that would enable us to sustain our growth and closer walk in God. As we live by faith and obedience, He restores our life. He transforms the way we think and, consequently, our way of life changes. It becomes pleasing to Him and it blesses God. As we bless God, we are also blessed in enormous magnitude, both in tangible and intangible ways. But what could there be better blessings than the gift of eternal life through Jesus Christ our Savior and Lord? Indeed, there is no greater blessing than this. When we are saved through faith in Jesus, God has restored our life, restored our peace with God, and restored our soul.

God restores us in numerous ways than we can imagine. The grace we receive from God every day when we are constantly sustained, refreshed, restrenghtened, and renewed in every way, both physically and spiritually, are marvelous works of God that prove to us how mighty He is in restoring us.

David, the shepherd boy and the king of Israel who had been through a lot of tough times, experienced personally how God is a restorer of the soul. He experienced downfalls and had known how God could restore a life from the pit.

Every waste places in our life can be refreshed by bounty of life through Jesus Christ, the way, the truth, and the life. Every wayward part of our life can be restored, healed, and renewed by God.

Below is a poem I posted a year ago.

You give life to my waste places
The river of life flooding love so pure.
You make whole all the broken pieces.
The mender of heart, healed and cured.

You watered my dessert places.
The streams that refreshed me to life.
You satisfied my great thirsty urges.
The giver of life drowning every strife.

You leveled my mountains and valleys.
The Sovereign God, the Great I AM!
You pulsed hope in my deep quarries.
Jesus, my Savior, you wiped my shame.

“He restores my soul. He guides me in the paths of righteousness for his name’s sake.”

– Psalms 23:3 (WEB)

Published by Deborah Agustin

A High School Teacher who loves to write.

5 thoughts on “Restored

  1. Very filling! Thank you Jesus for the countless restorations we experienced from you. You are indeed faithful! Bien bale gad na feeling le konel post. Mkainspire.🥰🥰🥰 Amazing el diatun Senyor kay chenebes na un iglap, todo luya ta sinti ta na todo aspects diatun vida dol magic bigla ta perde and replaced by joy. Thank you Jesus!

    Im so inspired today mam Debs, I love you! 😘😘😘

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    1. Countless restorations indeed. Ese luya na un iglap tan experience gt io se.. and true gt tu ta abla..jf we give it all to the Lord, dol.magic ta perde. Praise the Lord.

      Thank you maam Aubrey. I love you too. Blessings to you always and your family.

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