MOUNTAINS TO CLIMB

MOUNTAINS TO CLIMB

By: Darrelyn L. Tutt

You've got mountains to climb.
The presence of others may be desired but their absence will not prevent.

(I heard these life-giving words in the shower and I'm still digesting them.)
Hmmm ...
When we dare to live our lives staked to this assertion, dear reader, we become mobilized for Kingdom work.
When the thoughts of man are replaced with the knowledge of God we become empowered and emboldened to do what He tells us to do, no voice preventing.
-Clarity becomes refined.
-Truth becomes defined.
-Our spirits become aligned with the will of the Father.
No one matters more than Him;
and no act is more providential or rewarding than the obedient one.
When our focal point is Christ alone and we engage in being totally abandoned to Him, life begins to course through us and the Spirit's embodiment takes on a supernatural force and power.
We become individuals of destiny and Christ works His mystery through us and is glorified.
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I wonder ...
Is an individual reading this, this very moment, who is on the verge of taking a step of faith but feels very much alone and without support?
Am I speaking to an individual who senses a "call" on their life in a specific direction but is afraid to move in that lonely direction?
Am I speaking to someone who is resisting the steady voice of the Father but cannot deny it?
I am praying for "you" this moment ...
Take your step.
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Hmmm ...
There's so much around the bend for you, blessed reader, that you cannot see.
Something very special awaits "you" and the glory of the Father is going to be revealed to you ... and to others through you.
Listen to His voice.
Keep His word open before you and follow the directive of the Holy Spirit within you.
Everything you need will be given you as you are obedient.
Get your boots on,
Tie up your laces,
Heed the call.
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"Trust in the Lord with ALL thine heart and lean NOT unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge HIM and He shall direct thy paths."
Proverbs 3:5-6