INTRODUCTION

Astrologers and pundits today predict a future with many obstacles facing individuals, nations, and our world. Because the problems are real and not imaginary, the hearts of many are filled with fear.

In the time of Isaiah the prophet, Jerusalem experienced siege of foreign powers, and times of deprivation. But in that very difficult period, God inspired his servant to write:

"The mountains may be brought low, and the rough places made plain, but the Word of God shall stand forever." (Isaiah 40:4, 8)

When Jesus spoke of our mountains being "removed" it was more than metaphor. Each person faces problems financially, physically, or spiritually. But the truths and promises of God remain unchanged.

Guidance, peace, health, healing, spiritual vitality and provision, all are available for people in the realm of the Spirit. The same Holy Spirit that moved in creation, inspired the prophets, anointed Jesus, and empowered the early believers, is promised to us today.

How much more will your heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to them that ask him. Ask and receive that your joy may be full.

(Luke 11:13; John 15:11)

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