THROUGH THE BIBLE IN THREE YEARS
People who list "mountain climbing," "hang gliding," and
"bunjy jumping," as hobbies on their resume get more attention.
Employers know they're goofy enough to try and prove they
O Zion, that bringest good tidings,
get thee up into the high mountain;
O Jerusalem, that bringest good tidings,
lift up thy voice with strength; lift it up,
be not afraid; say unto the cities of Judah,
Behold your God!
Light from the Word.
As Christians, we should be longing to climb to a better and more
meaningful relationship with Christ every day.
And as we do so, we shall be strengthened by His mercy, grace,
love and hope.
Far too many Christians are content to live in the dungeons of earth.
The dank and dark air of lethargy, selfishness and pride stunts their
relationship with the Savior, and stills their voices.
It takes no effort to dwell in the dungeons!
Come up to the high mountain!
It is there the SON shines brighter.
There the morning dew is heavier, and glistens with beauty upon
There the air is more fresh and stimulates the body.
Don't be humdrum!
Be a mountain climber!
Come to the mountain with Christ!
Come to the summit!
Reach the peak!
Look around and see the beauty God has created!
Then, you cannot be silent!
Spend some energy!
Climb HIGHER in your relationship with Christ.
Then we cannot be silent about our Lord in our homes,
neighborhoods, workplaces, schools, etc.
THEN, you will speak to the "cities" and say, "BEHOLD your GOD!"