Steps to Rebuild

There are so many things in our life that once was strong in stature and then life happens and those things completely crumble. Sometimes we meet people who are already crumbled. If this grieves you, I want to encourage you to ask the Father to REBUILD!

Nehemiah did just that. Nehemiah was the kings cup bearer. He was the kings servant, though he was very close to the king. He was so close to the king that king even noticed when he was upset. Nehemiah came from the tribe of Judah, and he received word that his people were in captivity and the walls were burned down. This grieved Nehemiah and led the king to ask Nehemiah what was wrong.

I believe that God laid this burden on Nehemiah and God anointed him to REBUILD. That place, person, and/or idea that has been burned down, you may have been grated access to rebuild.

The FIRST step in rebuilding: Ask the king. Nehemiah said, “If it pleases the King, and I find Favor in his sight, can I go and rebuild whats been torn down?”

It’s so important to receive permission/access from the father prior to doing anything! Proverbs 3:5-6 “5] Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. [6] In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.

We are to partner with God! Why wouldn’t we want to? Honestly, the Father is all-knowing, and with unlimited resources. SO PLEASE ASK PERMISSION! Your track record with the Father will not go unnoticed and you will find favor in his sight to rebuild. You’re not alone in this! The King of Kings is wit you and will help you rebuild. JUST ASK BEFORE YOU START!

Prayer:

Father God, we just want to come before you seeking your guidance. Our heart is grieved and we have the desire to build up. Father if it pleases you, and if we find favor in your sight, can we rebuild? Father I ask that you direct us during this rebuilding process. I ask that you protect us from the naysayers, and give us strength to ignore the doubters. I ask that your grace and mercy continues to follow us all the days of our lives.

Love,

Your Daughter

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