on November 1, 2019 by Brenda Kunneman
Who art thou, O great mountain? before Zerubbabel thou shalt become a plain: and he shall bring forth the headstone thereof with shoutings, crying, Grace, grace unto it (Zechariah 4:7).
WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT
Mountains in Scripture are often metaphorically used to speak of the obstacles we face in life. Jesus taught us to speak to mountains, or the obstacles of life, as an act of faith that we know God is going to make a way for us to overcome (see Mark 11:23). We see this further where Scripture says that mountains melt like wax at the Lord’s presence (see Ps. 97:5, Mic. 1:4). In other words, His power causes obstacles to fall. We also see in Jeremiah 51:25, in reference to Babylon’s judgement, that God declares He is against the destroying mountain. The point is that God is working alongside your life to remove the obstacles against you, and this happens by our speaking to them. According to the verse above we can look at these mountains and declare grace to them! Our job is to speak to the mountain, and God will see that it moves out of your way!
Taken from The Daily Decree devotional book published by Destiny Image. For a complete collection of Brenda Kunneman’s daily decrees, click here to order The Daily Decree.