2Kings 14; 2 Tim. 4; Hos. 7; Ps.120-122

I lift up my eyes to the mountains—where does my help come from? 

I take my small-world problems, my “insurmountable” challenges to the Lord. I look at the mountains in front of me and ask Him to move them and my gaze is lifted even further up.

My help comes from the LORD, the Maker of heaven and earth.

When I bring my mountains to Him, I am reminded that He is the maker of much greater things. He authored my salvation, my life, my days, and allowed for these mountains to be in my path. Why wouldn’t He be able to move them?

By seeking the Lord with my mountains, I am reminded that He is capable of moving far greater things. In the midst of prayer, I am tapping into the divine power and strength of the Maker of the universe. I am moving from my limited power source to His unlimited supply of strength.

Father, You are limitless. You are not limited by my doubt. And this makes You most worthy of my faith. I will bring You my mountains, for You are able.

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One response to “2Kings 14; 2 Tim. 4; Hos. 7; Ps.120-122

  1. kathy (klueh)

    beautiful and true!

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