In today’s daily devotional on Healing and Restoration, based on Psalm 147:3, the believer is provided encouragement and hope through God’s word. It’s my prayer that you find hope and encouragement, especially for those seeking healing and restoration. I hope that it’s helpful and that it blesses you today.
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» Thursday, 5th January 2023 | I Stand In The Gap Daily Devotional | Healing and Restoration
Yesterday’s daily devotional was on the theme of Strength and Courage!
He heals the brokenheartedPsalm 147:3
And binds up their wounds.
This verse is a reminder that God loves and cares for us, particularly in times when we are hurting or in pain. It’s a reminder to us that God is a healer and that he wants to bring healing and restoration to our lives.
When we are going through difficult times, it can be easy to feel alone. The feeling in such times is that no one understands what we are going through. But this verse reminds us that God is always with us, and he is a loving and compassionate healer.
He sees our pain and wants to bring us comfort and healing.
If you are in need of healing and restoration, this verse offers the source of comfort and hope, you need.
Remember this; God is with you and wants to bring healing and restoration to your life. It may not always be easy, yes I know, and the healing process may take time, yes I’ve been there, but trust in God’s love and care for you. He will see you through ultimately.
We all know Psalm 147:3 is a beautiful verse that reminds us of how God “heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds,”, and if for whatever reason you’re suffering, then this is your powerful message of hope and comfort, that healing and restoration is here.
Don’t feel alone about what you’re going through, talk to God in prayer, for He is a loving and compassionate healer. He sees your pain and wants to bring you healing and comfort.
Be reminded that our God is a God of restoration. He doesn’t just want to patch up your wounds and send you on your way, but he wants to:
- Bring you back to a place of wholeness and completeness.
- He wants to restore your relationships, your sense of purpose, and your sense of hope.
In reflection, Psalm 147:3 is a powerful reminder that no matter what we are going through, God is with us and He wants to bring us healing and restoration. It encourages us to turn to him in prayer and trust in his love and care for us.
Bible verses on healing and restoration:
Who forgives all your iniquities,Psalm 103:3
Who heals all your diseases,
I have seen his ways, and will heal him;
I will also lead him,
And restore comfort to him
And to his mourners.
19 “I create the fruit of the lips:Isaiah 57:18-19
Peace, peace to him who is far off and to him who is near,”
Says the Lord,
“And I will heal him.”
Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, 4 who comforts us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort those who are in any trouble, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God.2 Corinthians 1:3-4
Let’s say a Prayer for healing and restoration
Thank you for your love and care for us. We humbly come to you today feeling brokenhearted and in need of healing. We know that you are a loving and compassionate healer, and we trust in your ability to bring us comfort and restoration permanently.
We ask that you would heal the wounds that we are carrying, both physical and emotional. Bind up our brokenheartedness and fill us with your total peace and comfort. Restore in us a sense of hope and purpose, and help us to see your plan for our lives.
We trust in your promise found in Psalm 147:3 that you “heal the brokenhearted and bind up their wounds.” We pray that you would do just that in our lives today and forever.
Thank you for being with us always, and for loving us unconditionally. We trust in you, your mercies, and your goodness.
In the precious name of Jesus, we pray, Amen.