Climb to Renew your Mind (Part II)
Knowing this, the only mountain you have to climb is to renew your mind (Josh 1:7-9). However, you must do it daily, and if you climb it every day, you’ll eventually get to and reach that place of perfection - the place where I am now calling you (e.g., Abraham goes up to the mountain to sacrifice Isaac). You will reach a place of perfection that will release rewards galore! They will be unstoppable and chase you down. They will be unstoppable because you are now unstoppable. Now I know that even in this you will not withhold anything from me was God’s response to Abraham (Is. 58:8; Deut. 28:2-6; Gen. 22:12; cf. Rms. 8:35-39). There…. You can see a part of my image in your life. My image has been reciprocated (Ps. 84:11). The mind is the vehicle that dictates movement. It orders movement; the mind allows you to move about in life whether forward or backward. Your mind is the headquarters for orders.
The LORD says to me, “Climb this mountain; you have to get up early to climb this mountain. It is not for the weak and feeble-hearted. It’s not that hard to yield; it’s just that you have been taught how to rely on yourself more than Me (Song 8:5; Prov. 3:6). Everything in society, your culture, traditions and other people’s opinions and perspectives, thoughts, and ideologies have been ingrained into your mind to assist you in the decisions you make. So although you want to trust, believe and rely on the Lord everything you have experienced resists you so that you cannot (e.g., Paul – Rms. 7:18-19; Gal. 5:17).”
But that is where you MUST renew your mind to climb – climb that mountain to see change: drastic change, quick and sudden change, undeniable change because once you arrive at the mountain, the hill of the Lord, come to the place where I have called you, time does not exist. Everything you have asked for is given immediately (cf. Zech. 3:1-5) because in my presence, it is always NOW (Lk 1:34-35; Is. 66:8-9). So be encouraged and climb, keep climbing and you will see. He will tell you everything; He will show you the Word of the Lord for your life (cf. Hab. 3:3-4; John 4:24; 1 Sam 9:19-27).
Will your life be awful or awesome? Understand the purpose, climb the mountain and find God.