Cast mountain to ocean!!!!!HOW?

“TrulyI tell you, if anyone says to this mountain, ‘Go, throw yourself into the sea,’ and does not doubt in their heart but believes that what they say will happen, it will be done for them.(Mark 11:23)

In Nepal there was a massive landslides in one of its district Sindhupalchok where two big hills faced the slides together. Between the hills was a river called Sunkoshi River.

On searching the causes of the landslides by the geographic engineers it was discovered that

1: The hills had been weak due to the holes made by the various burrowing animals such as snakes, rabbits, foxes and the water forces.  

2:  The continuous heavy rainfall weaken the hills due to moisture.

3: The overflow of the Sunkoshi river caused the weakening of hills on their bases. 

All the above reasons were GOD’s way of dealing with the massive hills.

This proves there is nothing impossible for GOD and he can move mountains in a way that pleases HIM according to HIS method.  

One of the ways he rejoices in removing the troubling mountains is through faith and prayer.The faith that pleases GOD to a degree that mountains be cast out into the ocean. 

It is sure there must be lot of mountains and hills near the circumference of Galilee Sea and Red Sea at the time of Jesus. Jesus made clear to disciples that GOD is pleased to see faith heroes who can have control over nature too.

It is not that our faith move mountains but our faith pleases GOD to be in action to remove the mountains which can either be life’s difficult moments or the real mountains seen in the rural and city scapes. 

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