Your restoration serves a purpose

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Good morning Beautiful! A lot of the time, we hear people talk about how your pain serves a purpose, and while that’s true, did you know that your restoration serves a purpose as well? With His tender loving-kindness, God will pick up the broken pieces of your life and put them back together again – He promises that He will in His Word – but after He’s re-fashioned you, His plan doesn’t stop. It continues into your purpose because your restoration is happening for more than just you.

How can we prove that God uses our restoration for a purpose – particularly, to bless others?

Because in the Bible, when you look at anyone’s restoration, it’s always done that way. Hannah’s restoration blessed the temple and the people with her son, Samuel. Lazarus’ restoration caused the people to believe. Jesus’ restoration blessed everyone who would accept Him as their Savior through eternity. Yes, you WILL benefit from your restoration but imagine the ways that God will use your restoration to bless others. If just one person can look at what you went through and is able to restore through believing GOD, then it’s worth it. Allow God to show you His plans for you through revelation.

Whenever God has a plan, He reveals it to His people. God will direct you to a task, and when you complete it, you will understand and see more. This is why the key to your restoration is to continue walking and growing with God. If you need to know, you can pray and ask God for direction, and He will provide it every time.

It takes diligence, Beautiful, in order to walk in your restoration and allow it to reveal your purpose. But your work and time will all be worth more than words can express when you hold that thing you’ve been believing for in your arms, in its full reality and beauty! Keep pressing on – you’re worth it, and the blessing others will receive from your restoration is worth it as well.

Foundational Scripture for Today: “There you and your families will feast in the presence of the LORD your God, and you will rejoice in all you have accomplished because the LORD your God has blessed you.” Deuteronomy 12:7

Erin Marie is a passionate lover of Jesus Christ, bestselling Author, compelling Speaker & Founder of BeautifulWildFree. She personally embraces a purpose of empowering women to rediscover their beauty, purpose and sense of self through a love-encounter with Christ. Connect with her online via Instagram, Pinterest & Twitter: @bwfwoman

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