Posted by: Pure Glory | 12/29/2015

Prisoners Of Hope

Hopeby Hazel Straub

Even though it may seem that all is lost, God is our stronghold, refuge and hope. No matter the difficulties, he promises to restore double what we have lost. Agree with God’s Word and take every thought captive through Christ. He is your hope, your song and deliverer!

Trust and seek God with all your heart. Nothing is impossible with him. Double restoration comes to you, from God. Meditate on his Promises, with thanksgiving!

Return to the stronghold,
You prisoners of hope.
Even today I declare
That I will restore double to you. (Zechariah 9:12 NKJV)

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Responses

  1. Thank you for such an encouraging word. It’s very timely for my life, and I’m sure for many others.

    • Without hope in God, it is hard to continue. The love of God gives us hope. Double restoration is yours!

  2. Standing on this wondrous word from Zechariah 9:12 …a great focus for 2016! Praise Him! Glory!

    • Hallelujah! The Lord is our hope, stronghold and refuge!

    • There is nothing like God’s Word to stand and trust in. He never lets us down! Hallelujah! With God it is Mission Possible and done!

  3. An hope


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