Walking Through The Valley
There’s something powerful about the view from a mountaintop. It’s something we hope for, and desire to see…especially in seasons of walking into a valley.
We all have valleys; some, may have just been overcome…others, may have just begun.
A valley is a place, a journey, that at times fills us with complete uncertainty. But it’s also a space, and if you’re willing - an open invitation, for The Holy Spirit to heal you, to redeem you, and to set you free.
“Even though I walk through the darkest valley, I will fear no even, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me.” Psalm 23:4 (NIV)
Psalm 23:4 says we are never bound to nor abandoned in our valleys because we WALK. We keep moving forward. We press on and press through. We will not succumb to fear because our God is HERE!
You are not a rejection. You are not defined by your mistakes. You are more than your relationship status. Your God is greater than your diagnosis. You are worthy and have a mighty purpose, child of God.
Sometimes we have zero control over the valleys that get thrown our way. But we always have a choice. A choice to believe that if God’s promises are true - then there’s a mountaintop awaiting you.
You are the God who reigns, the God makes a way when there is no way, and a God who is faithful to His promises. You wouldn’t allow a valley without a plan to heal and redeem. I ask in the name of Jesus you would cancel every lie that floods into the hearts and minds of my brothers and sisters in Christ. Set them free. Show up supernaturally. Speak life into their valley and whisper hope. In Jesus name, Amen.