Zechariah 10:8 NLT
When I whistle to them, they will come running, for I have redeemed them. From the few who are left, they will grow as numerous as they were before.
Zechariah 10:8 is a promise from the Lord about restoration.
How a shepherd would whistle for his sheep to come back to him, today God is whistling and calling out to someone.
As a result of God’s whistle this is what will happen that you will come running back to Him. As the breath of God is being blown into your spirit, your spirit will be drawn to come back to God because God is restoring you.
So many times we are unaware of the damages that life does to us, the dirt that cling to our feet. It required for Jesus to sit and wash each and every disciples’ feet, because their feet were dirty.
So often we think that as long as we are saved and go to church once a week, things will be alright with us, but God is drawing you a little more closer to Himself. The reason He draws you closer is for you to disconnect from the dirt of life.
God told this to Moses and Joshua to take off theirs shoes because the place they were standing on was a holy ground.
When you are running to the Lord it will be a necessity for you to disconnect from the dirt of your life. Because Jesus has purchased you and you don’t belong to the world.
God is not expecting 100% from you, it doesn’t matter how less it is the verse says – From the few who are left,
they will grow as numerous as they were before.
God says even from the little He is going to multiply you.
Are you willing to come back to God? Are you listening to His whistles? If yes, then get down on your knees and surrender yourself completely to Him.
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