Restoration is a “Sustaining Process"

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One of the definitions of renewal, the one that most applies to Christianity, is “the conversion of waste land into land suitable for use of habitation or cultivation.” The “living waters” of the Holy Spirit convert the dry spiritual wastelands of our souls into fertile ground that produces good fruit.

"For I will pour water upon him that is thirsty, and floods upon the dry ground: I will pour my spirit upon thy seed, and my blessing upon thine offspring:  And they shall spring up as among the grass, as willows by the water courses." – (Isaiah 44:3-4)

The baptism of the Holy ghost at once converts the dry soul into a river of living water and establishes a well to continue springing up unto eternal life. The well is a constant source of supply. The well of water is there for the dry seasons when daily rain is not readily available.

Perhaps the greatest, most powerful force of Christianity is the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The resurrection brings back Jesus from the dead and renews the faith of wavering disciples. This power, this resurrection power, is embedded deep within the Christian life.

The nature of humanity and everything in the natural world is to slowly degrade in quality over time. Food spoils, metal rusts, wood rots, clothes fade, etc. This happens to us spiritually, simply because we have the treasure in earthen vessels. The Holy Spirit is the source of renewal. Each phase of the “revival” dimension may be renewed over and over again!

The revival processes will be sustainable as long as they are  renewable!

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