It’s My Season Of Restoration, by Pastor Victor Olobaniyi
TEXT: JOEL 2 VS 23 – 26.
As a continuation to our last week message, considering the word of God in the remaining two verses of where we read, we can’t but know without doubt that God has new surprises in store for us if only we can believe and trust Him enough to draw and claim those promises as it were.
One of the consequences of restoration is rejoicing.
You will agree with me that no matter how little or small a good thing is taking away from a person, and eventually restored back to the life of that person, he will definitely rejoice.
The bible says in Joel 2 vs 23, be glad then, ye children of Zion, and rejoice in the Lord your God.
Zion is biblical term for Promised Land; to the Rastafarians it even means utopia or heaven on earth.
In a more spiritual meaning, it’s a safe spiritual homeland.
Geographically, mount Zion is in the city of David and this is where we have the Solomon’s Temple.
Restoration as it were, means bringing back or re-establishing a previous right, practices or situation, restoring to a former position.
In vs 26 of Joel 2, the Lord says you shall eat in plenty and not only that, but also be satisfied, and the only thing that is expected of us to do is to now praise Him, express your gratitude towards Him, for all those wonders and your testimonies or restoration shall be sealed and you will never be ashamed.
As a matter of fact, if you can appropriate the bible Joel 2 vs 25. It is restoration in all areas of your life that the good Lord is talking about.
Brethren, I have good news for you.
In your home and marriage, there will be restoration for you in this season, not only that, but also, in your Finances, Health, Career, Businesses, your Country and most importantly in your Spiritual life in the mighty name of Jesus. Amen.
Brethren enjoy this time of restoration and abundance in the mighty name of Jesus, and I shall hear your testimonies very soon in Jesus name. Amen.
The sermon, It’s My Season Of Restoration, by Pastor Victor Olobaniyi, was delivered on January 15, 2017