Text for Today: 1 Sam. 30:1-19 “And He answered him, “Pursue, for you shall surely overtake them and without fail recover all.”(vs. 8).
Recovery will always challenge you with tests you must pass and lessons you must learn. Thus, there’s no better time to launch out into the process that will bring about full recovery of whatever you lost in time pass than now.
The devil and his agents are experts in snatching what belongs to others in other to make their lives miserable. Whoever is complacent and fails to fight the good fight of faith will end up losing out at the end and cry over what rightfully belongs to him.
What happened to David and his men in our text for today clearly shows us that if we can look up to God, there is nothing the enemy took away from us that will not be restored back double. Your marriage can be restored, your health can be restored, your finances can be restored and many more that the devil stole from you.
Everything David and his men had was captured and stolen; their wives, children and properties. David broke down in tears, which is a natural happening to every person who may have lost something valuable.
David consulted God, and He promised him an intact recovery. Recovery without injury! Recovery without loss! The rest is history, but there are certain lessons we need to draw out of this story. David knew what he had lost and how to recover it.
Most of us don’t know what we have lost. The route to recovery begins with discovery, knowing what we have lost. You can only find what you know is missing.
David knew what he had lost and this made his recovery easier and earlier. You shall recover all in the name of Jesus.
You are a Champion!
Further Study: Joel 2:21-29.
- I take back whatever the devil took from me in Jesus’ name.
- Father, grant me power to recover all in the name of Jesus.
- My assets in the camp of the enemy shall be restored back fully.
- Oh God of restoration, visit me today beyond my expectation.
Quote: “THE ROUTE TO RECOVERY IS TO KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE LOST.”