The following was taught and prayed through during our 9:30 a.m. family prayer time with Sue DeGroot
Psalm 89:15-18 TPT- O Lord, how blessed are the people who know the triumphant shout, for they walk in the radiance of your presence. We can do nothing but leap for joy all day long, for we know who you are and what you do, and you’ve exalted us on high. The glory of your splendor is our strength, and your marvelous favor makes us even stronger, lifting us even higher! You are our King, the holiest one of all; your wraparound presence is our protection.
I heard the phrase ‘Mending the nets of relationships.’
Mending – Greek word katartidzo, which means to “repair, mend, prepare, or restore.”
a. Our relationship with God
b. our relationship between us and other people, and
c. To repair the relationships between others and God
We are called to be reconciled to God. We have been given the ministry of reconciliation (2Cor 5:18-21).
We are not to harbor unforgiveness. Those hearts, or relationships that have been broken are being healed and restored.