A rusty gate, a broken-down car, an old house. To most of us, they look past their prime, beyond hope, and pretty much worthless. But to the person in the restoration business, these are not problems; they are opportunities.
The same is true of each of us. The depth of your fall does not limit the reach of God’s hand. He promises, “I will restore health to you, and your wounds will I heal” (Jeremiah 30:17).
Charles Stanley said, “The scars of sin can lead us to restoration and a renewed intimacy with God.” And Tony Evans adds, “When you repent and operate on God’s standards, now you have restoration and reconciliation.”
We are all in need of restoration – on a level that requires outside help. Here are just a few keys to a total restoration job:
- Recognition of a problem
- Expertise on how to fix it
- Hard work
Sexual brokenness has damaged more men and women that we can count. But one thing is sure. While you may be rusty or broken, God is in the restoration business.
Recovery Step: Are you broken? If so, there is hope. God is in the restoration business. Let him get started today.