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That mountain will move

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Zechariah 4  is a reminder that with the Lord God, we can get over anything that is in our way. Do you have anything standing in the way of progress or greatness that God has promised you? What are your needs? What are your wants? What are your desires? God will ensure any mountain in front of you, is moved out the way. When we focus on Him and what He wants for us, His plans will be established for us. When there's a mountain in our way, He wants us to rely on Him.  

So, if you're on to something great that you want to get done in your life, continue on and don't get discouraged even if you have to start small. Zechariah 4:10 says "whoever has despised the day of small things shall rejoice." In other words, it doesn't matter the level we are on and how difficult it is to get over that mountain, great things will happen as long as we stay with it. Don't compare, don't judge, and don't get in a particular mind space if it seems others are moving and you're not. Your time will come when God deems so. Whatever you want to happen in your life, will happen. Believe that. Zechariah 4:7 says, "Who are you, O great mountain? Before Zerubbabel you shall become a plain. And he shall bring forward the top stone amid shouts of ‘Grace, grace to it!’” That mountain is nothing to God. It will move. 
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