Faith and Mountains

From Mark 11:23:  “Truly I tell you, if you say to this mountain, ‘Be taken up and thrown into the sea,’ and if you do not doubt in your heart, but believe that what you say will come to pass, it will be done for you.”

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Life facing complex, hurting world

Rugged mountain peaks, blocking us

Never be in doubt, but believe

Accepting God’s grace, ride His bus


Immovable mountains stand tall

Remaining steadfast in prayer

Requiring faith in our Father

God watches over our welfare


Lacking faith, walking in darkness

Our Father sends His lasting grace

Prepared and willing to assist

His energy, ready to embrace


God seeks men and women of faith

Follow His Word, forever speaks

For our Lord’s glory and kingdom

Trusting Him, tackling mountain peaks


Believe totally in the Lord

Walking in faithfulness each day

Our faith moves our Father to act

Thanks be to God, He shows the way! 


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From the words of American pastor and author, E. M. Bounds:  “Only God can move mountains, but faith and prayer can move God.”

24 thoughts on “Faith and Mountains

  1. In Mark 11:22-24, if we believe that we have already received in the spirit realm, what we have prayed for, then we will see it manifest with our own eyes.. Receiving in the spiritual realm is immediate, but sometimes, receiving the answer of our prayers in the physical realm, takes time.

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  2. This is wonderful! I often wondered if God knew we would not have faith to move the mountains, even though it is there waiting on us to prove ourselves wrong…with just the faith of a mustard seed. But, moving God through our faith and prayer…bravo!

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