The Trinity Daily Devotions

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Greetings and may God’s grace be with you. It is our pleasure to provide you with a daily dose of the divine as you provide a space for us to share a devotion with you each day. It is our sincere hope that these devotions will provide you with new avenues to discovery, about yourself and your God.

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Trinity Daily Devotion
God’s Promise of RestorationDeacon Donna Hammond-Butts Jeremiah 30:17I will restore you to health and heal your wounds declares the Lord.Restoration – The return of something to an unimpaired condition; restitution of something taken away or lost. For some, restoration can mean the time spent in recovery after undergoing surgery. For others, it can signify overcoming the death of a loved one. To be restored brings one back to a place of wholeness – and allows one to overcome whatever happened to them that caused them to believe they were less than and not good enough. In this chapter, the prophet Jeremiah shares God’s promises to the Israelites and Judah that God would deliver them from bondage and bring them back to the place that God promised the ancestors (v. 3) Even though the Israelites and Judah endured pain in the process, God promised that God would work things out on their behalf. They had to go through some stuff to be restored in God’s favor. Just as in our sinfulness, when we don’t deserve God’s mercy and grace, God extends favor and grace because God’s love for God's people is greater.Take time to pray and trust God to handle your situations. God will restore and make you whole and bring fullness of life again because God’s promise is true! Remember that when it looks like there is no hope for a turnaround, place your care in God’s hands and believe that God’s got it -believe, hope, and trust in God so that restoration can take place!PRAYER:Lord, I want to be restored to the joy I once experienced. I want to know what it means to experience joy and not pain; smiles, and not tears. I pray for strength and for Your power over my life so that I can move to the next level. In Jesus’ name, I pray, amen.THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: God’s promise is true. Trust God to handle it! ... See MoreSee Less
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