Jesus replied, “Truly I tell you, if you have faith and do not doubt, not only can you do what was done to the fig tree, but also you can say to this mountain, ‘Go, throw yourself into the sea,’ and it will be done” (Matthew 21:21).
Lord, I’ve never moved a mountain and I guess I never will.
All the faith that I could muster wouldn’t move a small ant hill.
Yet I’ll tell you, Lord, I’m grateful for the joy of knowing Thee, and for all the mountain moving down through life You’ve done for me.
And when burdens, pain and sorrow have been more than I can bear, you have always been my courage to restore life’s troubled sea,
When I needed some help you lifted me from the depths of great despair and to move these little mountains that have looked so big to me.
Many times when I’ve had problems and when bills I’ve had to pay, and the worries and the heartaches just kept mounting every day,
Lord, I don’t know how you did it. Can’t explain the wheres or whys. All I know, I’ve seen these mountains turn to blessings in disguise.
No, I’ve never moved a mountain, for my faith is far too small.
Yet, I thank you, Lord of Heaven, you have always heard my call.
And as long as there are mountains in my life, I’ll have no fear, for the mountain-moving Jesus is my strength and always near.