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Take Back What Belongs To You

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No matter the extent of your loss, God is able to renew and restore.

We’ve all experienced excruciating loss in this life whether it was something that belonged to you or a relationship that didn’t quite last. Can you remember the agonizing feeling when you realized the magnitude of what was taken from you? Now imagine you’re given the opportunity to not only reestablish what was lost but to also gain more. What a gift!

The Bible says that the enemy comes to steal, kill, and destroy (John 10:10). But because we serve a faithful God, we also find in Scripture that He wants to abundantly restore what we’ve lost:

Come back to the place of safety,
all you prisoners who still have hope!
I promise this very day
that I will repay two blessings for each of your troubles.
Zechariah 9:12 NLT

Think of a season in your life where you felt deprived or defeated by the enemy. Maybe your health was jeopardized, your purity was stolen, or you felt void of joy. Perhaps you’re walking through that season right now. I assure you, God wants you to live life in all its fullness.

It is easy to lose hope in periods of suffering. When we hold onto the Lord’s promises and reclaim what has been taken from us, we will receive double the return, which results in a life replete with blessings and restoration. We must fight for what is ours and steward it well.

Will you declare this promise over your life right now? No matter the extent of your loss, God is able to renew and restore.

 

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