I felt God really stir me regarding this Scripture found in Isaiah, so I want to share what I see…
I see a Mountain that is in darkness that represents the world, and God is asking us the question:
“Are you ready to rise?”
I see that the mountain is made from doubt and fear in God’s ability to come through.
We know and believe in who God says He is, we know that He is the miracle-working God, but we still wonder about who God has called us to be as individuals, and therefore, the question we ask is:
“Why me, Lord?”
And so, we wait at the bottom of the mountain, because we are too petrified to move just in case we step wrong, or, we fear that we won’t quite make it to the mountaintop
God then shows me that He is rising like the sun in the morning, and as He is, He is calling us forth to trust Him.
As we step out and follow His path, the darkness that consumed that side of the mountain starts to see sunlight until those powerful beams penetrate our being.
As we rise in our calling, the more light we will see, and the more light we feel within ourselves, and this brings reassurance, faith, boldness, and hope.
Once we start to arise, we will realise how much more light we receive from being obedient
Friends, have you sat on your calling for too long? Are you still paralysed by fear because of the “what ifs”?
I want to encourage you that there is no such thing as darkness – just absence of light. God is calling us to His nations, His communities, and individuals who are yet to find His light
As God rises upon the mountain, He wants you to rise with Him, and the rest of His children, because as we rise together the darkness will be consumed, and the whole mountain will be filled with the glory of God
Those in darkness need to see God’s light, and so, it’s time for all of us to rise
”Arise, shine, for your light has come, and the glory of the Lord rises upon you. See, darkness covers the earth and thick darkness is over the peoples, but the Lord rises upon you and his glory appears over you. Nations will come to your light, and kings to the brightness of your dawn.” Isaiah? ?60:1-3?
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