The Hunger for Restoration

It takes more time and effort to restore an antique item than it does to originally make it. Compared to the amount of time and effort it took to create mankind, a tremendous amount of time and effort took place for Jesus to restore mankind into right relation with Him.

Bishop Hargrove’s message exams Judah’s yearn to return to Jerusalem while in Persian exile. Their longing for restoration caused them to remember what God had done for them and to regret their disobedience. More importantly, the passage helps us understand mankind’s innate desire to commune with God.

Bishop Hargrove teaches how to successfully bring about complete restoration in our relationships with the Lord.

By Bishop D. G. Hargrove


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