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“Restoration and restitution back to what He intended it to be.”
This banner represents the restitution of things that have been stolen and the restoration of all things back to what the LORD intended them to be. As the banner moves forward, the colours of growth, healing, revelation, holiness and joy stream out from between two purple "shoulders" which represent The King of Kings. From a limited, shrunken trickle they flow out to cover the banner. There is at least a seven-fold increase (of the colours) on the banner and as you keep moving it, they spread out thirty, sixty, and a hundred-fold.
Wave it over, wrap or canopy the person, place or object that needs restoration as you intercede for them. Then celebrate with the banner the realities and the promises of restitution and restoration.
When The LORD God of Recompenses breaks through in our situation or circumstances bringing restoration and/or restitution, joy comes to our very being in abundant measure!
Name of the LORD:
YHWH El Gemuwal The Lord God of Recompenses
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