We hear a whole lot of ideas about the relationship between mountains and faith.
Are we supposed to be able to speak to the mountains in make them move?
Does God really move mountains?
If God moves mountains, what does that mean for my life when mountains start to crumble all around me?
At the very least, I think we can all admit…
Mountains, fear, and faith are not easy concepts to understand on their own, much less when you throw them into a pot together.
In today’s podcast (part of our young adult series which walks through Psalm 46), we address our relationship with a BIG God, BIG mountains, and BIG faith. The answers may look different than you expect them to, faith may come from places you didn’t see coming.
God is moved.
God does move.
God moves when we can only sit, head bent low, watching the mountains around us crumble.
Mountains are big, our fear can feel big, yet our God is bigger and His Love is bigger.
Because we know Jesus, we know a different reality IN our fear, not instead of it. Though the earth give way, though the mountains be moved, we can say -
My God and His Love show up big.