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Speak To Your Mountain

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It's extremely easy to feel the pressure of a tight situation when you're surrounded by it. Trying to keep up with bills, get out of debt, and live a productive life can get heavy sometimes.

It's important to practice gratitiude every day, because everyday we get to see is an honor in itself. If you haven't been through much, consider the fact that everyday is a gift, Some people no longer have the luxury of life.

This morning as I was driving (another blessing), the pressure of entrepreneurship and freelancing life almost got me down. That often happens when we're focused on what we see as problems, and not on GOD. Just at the point when I was about to go into a familiar "worry, panic, woe is me mode" I thought about everything that GOD has brought me through and over in my life. My whole attitude changed. If we think back on all the times made a way for us when times get rough, theres no way we can stay in a place of worry, regardless of any situation.  

After all this,  a familiar song that I love came to mind: "For Every Mountain" by Kurt Carr & The Kurt Carr Singers. This song is so powerful! For Every Mountain you brought me over, For Every trial you've seen me through, For Every blessing... for this I give you praise. 



Then right after that song got stuck in my head the podcast I listen to by Dianna Hobbs came across my phone and happened to be named: Speak to this mountain. The coincidences of GOD are always timely! So I just wanted to share that no matter what struggle you might be going though, have faith that all mountains can be moved and give the fight over to the mountain mover!
Have faith in God,” Jesus answered. 23“Trulyf I tell you, if anyone says to this mountain, ‘Go, throw yourself into the sea,’ and does not doubt in their heart but believes that what they say will happen, it will be done for them." - Mark 11:22-23
Make it blessed day today!!

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