High Mountain Living

Posted by Al Hathaway Thursday, November 10, 2011

"Go up on a high mountain." Isaiah 40:9


Each of us should long to climb the high mountain that reaches up to God. Dr. Howard Thurman called it, "the timberline." The timberline is the point where the trees on the top of the mountain touch the sky.

While life has peaks and valleys, we should strive to live life at its highest points and to experience God when we are at our best.

High mountain living allows us to breathe fresh air, to see vast terrain, and to witness flocks of birds fly by. High mountain living places into perspective the shallow aspects of life. High mountain living eliminates people with low aim and low expectations. When we develop the habits of high mountain living, we are empowered by the challenge "to look to the hills from whence cometh our strength.” “Our strength comes from the Lord."

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