Apostle Grace Lubega
Joel 2:25(KJV); And I will restore to you the years that the locust hath eaten, the cankerworm, and the caterpillar, and the palmerworm, my great army which I sent among you.
God is in the business of restoring us. It is His heart as a loving father to rebuild us again from the rubble of any failures. This is the spirit of our theme scripture.
But how come some people’s careers, marriages, ministries, or businesses never get to see the light of day after hitting the rocks?
These people did not find the path to restoration.
This path starts when a man returns to God and asks the genuine question, “What did I miss and at what point did I do so?”
David said in Psalm 119:67, ” Before I was afflicted, I went astray.”
When a man, out of humility seeks to understand from God at what point he erred, he can be surprised by the answers.
Sometimes, the answer is in simple seemingly insignificant acts and omissions; how he spoke to a colleague, a conversation she participated in that she should never have been a part of, a service she missed.
Before you consult the counselors, therapists, and different men of God about how to get out of a situation, start with God.
FURTHER STUDY: Psalm 119:67, Zechariah 10:6
GOLDEN NUGGET: The path to restoration starts when a man returns to God and asks the genuine question, “What did I miss and at what point did I do so?”
PRAYER: Loving Father, I thank You for everything that You are to me. You are the great fountain of wisdom, the Lord from whom I draw all counsel. You lead me in the paths of life and order my steps. Through all the seasons of my life, I will seek Your voice and direction, in Jesus’ name, Amen.