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The Mountain Top

      In the early times in the Bible, the significance of a mountain was great. It’s where the temple was built. It’s where Christ hung on the cross. But in real time scenarios, it’s the greatest blessings of God. We’ve all been there. Weddings, births, etc. The valleys also remind us of God’s great power. His deliverance from these experiences are the greatest gifts in life. Thank God for carrying me through the valleys and meeting me on the mountaintops. Psalms 90:2 – “Before the mountains were born or you brought forth the whole world, from everlasting to …

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Do Your Valleys Outnumber Your Peaks

2020 may have seemed like the longest, darkest valley in your life, but there was always hope to those who trust in God. I’ve literally hiked to the top of a 14,000 foot mountain, and I can tell you that it was one of the most alive feelings I’ve ever experienced. And there’s also been emotional and spiritual moments of greatness where I wanted to leave this earth and go straight to heaven. The peaks in life are blessings and the favor of God. I imagine Heaven might be like that. Everlasting peaks! I’ve had my share of valleys too. …

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Changing Our Position will Change Our Prespective

Life happens. Circumstances change, people move on and we’re left to pick up the pieces and move forward. Change is inevitable. Without it, there would be no purpose. But, when the outlook appears dim and tragedy strikes, you have two choices. Wallow in self-pity or change your position. Our perspective is based on our decisions and how we live our lives, based on how we see things. Seeing life through God’s eyes will reveal purpose and hope, even when life hasn’t turned out like you hoped. Life is like a river, running from left to right, sometimes rough waters emerge …