We can enjoy constant fellowship with God

Posted Friday, February 17, 2012, at 12:04 PM
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  • Through Jesus Christ, God can restore your body back to health. He can restore the covenant of your marriage. He can give you financial restitution. He can mend every area of your life that needs to be restored back to life. David prayed that God would "restore unto me the joy of thy salvation; and uphold me with thy free Spirit" (Psalm 51:12).

    I am so glad you said He can. A lot of folks of yonder years and today are being promised That God will do all those things, and even though He can, does not mean He will. Those false promises leads to false converts.

    This is one of the best ways I have ever seen the gospel preached. God Has allowed me to run a street ministry, so therefore I do alot of evangelizing. I am saving this article for the street. Amen and good job sister.

    -- Posted by DDSR on Tue, Feb 21, 2012, at 1:07 PM
  • DDSR - thank you for your comments.

    "...even though He can, does not mean He will."

    Absolutely. However, we know that the Lord wants us to have restoration in every area of our life. Psalm 34:10 says, "...those who seek the Lord lack no good thing". So we can say, with full assurance, that He does desire for us to be whole and complete (without lack) in every area of our life. We cannot fully understand the mind of Christ. Nevertheless, one thing we know for sure, our hope is in Jesus.

    -- Posted by Christina Hollensbe on Wed, Feb 22, 2012, at 6:21 AM
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