This week I have been studying the words recovery and restoration.

Recovery is restoration.  Restoration is defined in the Strong’s Concordance as; to restore, give back, set up again, restore to its original position or condition; restore back to original standing, that existed before a fall; re-establish, returning back to the (ultimate) ideal; restore back to full freedom (the liberty of the original standing); to enjoy again, i.e., what was taken away by a destructive or life-dominating power.

Many times, this year I have heard this is a year of recovery and restoration.  I don’t know about you, but that sounds good to me!

There is another word I am hearing in my heart these days, it is the word, “release.”  It seems to pop up everywhere.  I am hearing “release” and “divine release” weekly.

Then a friend sent an email.  A game changer.  In this email was yet another word that jumped in my spirit.  It was “fulfillment.”  Ah, it was all coming together.  I now knew how to pray, for you and for me.

It is a time of recovery and restoration.  A time of divine release of the fulfillment of all God has vowed and promised in His Word and in prophetic words.

The Bible tells us there is a set time of favor in God.  I believe we are in that set time.   It’s time for recovery in the body of Christ.  It is time for restoration of all things that you have lost or that the enemy has stolen from you.  It’s time.

So then, what do we have a blood-bought right to when it comes to restoration?  Let’s take a look!

Recover lost and broken relationships (Jer. 29:14) 

Recover delayed promises (2 Cor. 1:20) 

Recover the spirit and gift of faith (Rom. 1:17, Psalm 23:3) 

Recover the miracle of healing (Jer. 30:17) 

Recover spiritual stability (1 Sam. 7:11-14, Psalm 129:8) 

Recover financial stability (Mal. 3:10, 2 Chron. 20:6) 

Recover joy (Neh. 8:10) 

Recover wasted years (Joel 2:25) 

Recover your prophetic call (Psalm 105:19) 

Recover lost sheep (1 Samuel 17:34-37) 

Recover the blessing of God (Deut. 28:14) 

Recover all (1 Samuel 30) 

Praise the Lord it is time to recover all!

I am reminded of a time in the Bible when King David sought God for direction and God told him, “Go forth for you shall surely recover all.”

I believe He is saying the same thing to us today.  “Go forth, press into God, declare His promises, for you shall surely recover all!!!”

It’s time for recovery and restoration in the Kingdom of God.  I will recover all.  You will recover all.  We have His Word on it.

(For those who have asked about my nephew, Chance.  Good News!  Although it will take a few weeks for swelling to diminish, it will go down and he will not lose his sight)

 

 

 

Appoint My Days

I bless the Lord at all times. His praise is continually in my mouth. No matter what my circumstances are, God is good all the time.

Psalm 34:1, Colossians 3:15, Isaiah 26:3, Philippians 4:7