He Can Move the Mountains

Last night the Lord really impacted me during our worship rehearsal. As we sang Mighty To Save, the lyrics began to provide more hope for myself in regards to our church, especially at the line, Saviour, He can move the mountains, I vaguely pictured God’s power breaking right through the middle of a mountain, breaking down anything that could be holding us back as a congregation & in reaching our community.

Oddly enough, I have been praying that God would break down any blockages that may be hindering forward movement for our church as we’ve been facing challenging times for even longer than I’ve been involved there. The thought of this mountain being broken through brought great hope.

We don’t know exactly what God is up to, but we know He’s up to something even through the times in which it seems easy to lose hope. But He can & will move mountains to do His will if He needs to!

5 thoughts on “He Can Move the Mountains

  1. Hi, I came accross your blog and the title to the song, “Mighty to Save” caught my eye. The Newsboys have a song called “Strong Tower” and one of the lines in chorus is “Mighty to Save”. It is a beautiful song.

  2. Your blog today was so timely. Our church is going through a struggle right now also. We so want to serve the Lord and bring the hurting to Christ, and the devil is so unhappy with this. We know his schemes though and are praying against them! Our Savior can move mountains! Trusting in Him and his ultimate victory!!!

  3. As I led worship last week, that line from “Mighty to Save” had the same impact on me. I think one of my biggest prayers/concerns/stuggles is not wanting to be what stands in the way of God moving.

  4. The True Church

    Persecutions of Christians can come in many forms and in different places. You do not have to be in Africa to suffer persecution, it happens right here on your doorstep. There are many precious Christians here in the United Kingdom that have suffered at the hands of their countrymen, and also at their local churches. Some have suffered horrific persecutions from these so-called churches, who have mocked, embarrassed and excluded them from their local assembles because of their stand for Biblical truth. Also many of them have been abandoned because they have been too ill to attend church.
    But thank the Lord that not all churches and fellowships are like that. For during my many years of walking with the Lord I have come to know believers who are the very salt of the earth. They radiate Christ’s compassion, love and mercy as they truly work the works of Christ on this earth. They will stand by you when everyone else has deserted you, they will come to visit you when you are sick and pray for you fervently, that Jesus will strengthen and heal you. What a great encouragement some Christians are.
    I am reminded of the words of our great Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, “For I was an hungered, and ye gave me meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink: I was a stranger and ye took me in: naked, and ye clothed me: I was sick, and ye visited me: I was in prison, and ye came unto me”. Jesus said, “inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.” Thank God for the true Church. {St Matthew 25 v 35 – 40}

    Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness’ sake:
    for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven. {St Matthew 5 v 10}.

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