We do not necessarily flourish where we were planted. Therefore, we must go to the right place and to people who are willing to pursue restoration with us as well as within us.
If you are wondering if this is possible, some personal, Biblical, and historical examples showcase how this can not only be achieved but reproduced. Chaplain Wade Jensen shows how these examples can serve as a blueprint so you, too, can achieve restoration.
God is a master builder and rebuilder. No matter how broken the pieces are, God can heal wounds and restore you so you are better than before.
In fact, God’s purpose for restoration extends to every person, both to the offender and the offended. When we pay attention to God’s Word, the ensuing restoration can transform everything—from a mindset to a community.
Restoration can be time-consuming and even painful, but it will bring you closer to the Lord, your dreams, and a meaningful life. It takes a dreamer to restore a dreamer.