Focus on Jesus
Updated: Aug 24, 2019
When the Israelite's were bitten with snakes in the wilderness, God commanded them to look at the brass snake which Moses had made so they live (Numbers 21:4-9). This seemed not to make sense but makes faith. Today, the brass snake made by Moses signifies our Lord Jesus Christ on the cross and God is saying no matter your situation focus on Jesus. When you focus on him you put your faith in him. See faith comes by looking at Jesus and not at the mountain. When you cast your eyes away from Jesus and look at the mountain, you begin to see the problem as a mammoth task. That's why Jesus says you shall say, not see, unto the mountain be thou removed and it will move. The mountain is there to be commanded to move out of your life in Jesus name. Speak this very day, bring forth speech that moves mountains, as you pour forth and utter speech you will start to see the promised land on the horizon that was hidden by the mountain. Turn to Jesus the author and finisher of your faith. The Impossible made possible by faith. He will move the mountain for He has placed all things under your feet you are walking in dominion through Christ that gives you strength.
You have made them a little lower than the angels and crowned them with glory and honor. You made them rulers over the works of your hands; you put everything under their feet: Psalm 8:5-6 (NIV)