Tim Alsbaugh brings the message of Restore-Season of Restoration. A lot of us are ready for a restoration. Life can get messy, but we are all messy at times and have need to be restored by the Lord. The Lord uses components of our lives to bring us to Himself in order to strengthen and renew us.
Using examples woven through scripture of God’s great heart to restore His people, Tim shows how God uses our life situations to place us in the right place for His work of restoration to us, to the family and to the land.
In II Kings 8, we see how God prepared the king’s heart to graciously restore to the Shunammite woman not only her land and property, but all that the she had lost from the produce of the land during the years of famine. The thief didn’t steal what was hers.
In Nehemiah 5, we learn that God’s heart is to restore everyone to their position–that destined place we are ordained to occupy. As we are restored, we can restore others. Our seed sown to others gives the full part of our own restoration. Everything that was stolen begins to come back in.
- The Lord desires to restore health and healing of our wounds (Jeremiah 30). God answers all injustices. His covenant protects, cares and restores us to live in shalom – in peace.
- God restores what the locust has eaten – the time that has been lost (Joel 1-3). “My people will never again be put to shame. ..Then you shall know that I am the Lord your God and there is no other.” (Joel 2:26-27). He restores time and honor.
- “I will restore the people to a pure language” (Zeph 3:9). Our speech affects the way we live. Call on the name of the Lord in Spirit and in Truth. Your heavenly father hears you and He will answer you. He knows your every need, knows exactly what you are going through and before you call, He will answer.
“Return to the stronghold you prisoners of hope; even now I declare to you that I will restore double.. (Zech 9:12). Listen as Tim leads us to make a declaration into the atmosphere that God will restore and return to you a perfect peace, a finish, and a finishing fullness in your life with expectation of the double portion. His entire purpose is to bring us into a closer relationship with him so that we might truly know Him. He is ever bringing us on an upward journey towards Himself!