I am still thinking about Faith that Moves Mountains. It is so easy to focus on those mountains and not on the One who actually does the moving. This morning as I continued my reading in Exodus I came to the part where the Israelites are camped by the red sea with the Egyptian army bearing down on them.
|From The Brick Testament-|
can you believe someone has illustrated Old testament stories with Legos?
I've included a link at the bottom of this post where you can see the rest of the story and want to thank the owner for allowing me to share some of his images with you.
Remain calm, you say? Don't be afraid, you say? Sometimes the world is a really terrifying place. Sometimes I feel like there is no escape. But just like He has done so many times before, God is about to show both His chosen people, the Egyptians, and the rest of the world, that nothing is impossible for Him.
So the LORD directs Moses to stretch out his hand over the sea and the LORD parts it-even drying out the land for His people to walk on so they can cross safely to the other side.
I've tried to imagine what was going through the hearts and minds of God's people as they made their way across the bed of that sea. What an incredible rush that must have been!
And it hit me. God is in the business of moving mountains into the sea. He is in the business of rescuing His people. He is in the business of lavishing His love upon us. It started before the world even began. He had this plan. A plan that involved choosing us, redeeming us, forgiving us, adopting us, and sealing us. (Eph. 1:1-14) He has forever been in charge of it all. There is not a detail that has escaped His notice. His plan marches forward until that final day when every knee shall bow under the authority of Jesus Christ. Not one of the mountains along my journey is too big for Him to move out of the way. Do I want to have faith that moves mountains? Then I have got to get to know the Mover of mountains. In knowing Him I will find what I long for; a faith that does not doubt.
Grace, Peace, and Mercy,
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