‘Move That Mountain’ – Encouragement, Hope and Truth When All Seems Lost

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And when all seems like it is lost

And those that surround you, that you love at all cost

Are walking along a different road

So are unable to help you carry the load

And when there is darkness from a mountain in sight

One that cannot be conquered without a brave fight

Cry out to Him who has already trod the path

Take His hand, don’t let go, though others may laugh

And make you feel guilty, unworthy, unloved

Incapable to surrender all cares to above

Reach out, reach out, step in time with the Saviour

The mountain can’t harm you with Jesus your Saviour

That mountain that threatens your very existence

Creates shadows and fears, doubts and resistance

Listen within for His saving still, small voice

For you can move mountains, with Him as your source

© 2013- present Liana Wendy Howarth

*** NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE WITH GOD ***

6 thoughts on “‘Move That Mountain’ – Encouragement, Hope and Truth When All Seems Lost”

  1. Lovely to read this heartfelt poem once again, Liana. It really speaks of our Lord’s truth that overcomes our situations that seek to make us feel insecure and weary. Thank you.

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  2. When those “that you love at all cost Are walking along a different road” – I know that place and how doubly alone you can feel in the shadows of that mountain. Motherhood is not for the faint-hearted – but, for me, it has taught me so much about the relationship God wants with me – and how much stronger He is. I’ve been thinking of His still, small voice this week – so timely, so encouraging. Thank you!

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