Monday, 27 July 2020


Nahum 2:2 | Life verses, Restoration, Verse
The theme of RESTORATION is carried through many places in the Bible and it is clearly one of great hope. In this reading from Nahum the prophet passes on a word of encouragement to the Israelites:

"The Lord will restore the splendor of Jacob
    like the splendor of Israel,
though destroyers have laid them waste
    and have ruined their vines." - Nahum 2:2

As I read these words I was wondering if there was a message for us in them? Could we interpret the 'destroyers' to be the Coronavirus? Could we argue that the 'ruined vines' are our places of work and financial resources during these harsh economic times?

If you find that there is a link to this, then we should surely hold onto the promise that God will restore our splendor.

Does this make sense for you or is it perhaps a little too far-fetched? I would love to know your thoughts.

Mark 8:25 - "Once more Jesus put his hands on the man’s eyes. Then his eyes were opened, his sight was restored, and he saw everything clearly."

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