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  1. Stunningly and beautifully said. I see so much of my own journey in what you wrote. Thank you for sharing this.

  2. Friend, you moved into my quiet time this morning and brought fresh perspective to verses that often feel as though they mock the barren. Surely though our God is not one to lie. His version of the mountains must look different from ours. I pray this morning that He is a soothing balm to your heart and soul. I pray that today-all day long-you walk in supernatural peace.

  3. “Motherhood can’t ever be my ultimate goal.
    It is not a big enough dream.
    It is too shallow and short.”

    Such raw beauty and truth in these words. May we all reach for mountains over temporary desires.

  4. Anonymous says:

    So good today Natasha, on faith to move mountains, my faith has faltered because I have not seen the mountain of my prayers for the salvation of children, children’s children answered, yet I know HIS WORD is truth and you encouraged me to remember that God has perfect, ears, perfect plans and perfect timing. Love your blog!

  5. Praying for you, friend. Faith is such a tenuous thing…and I think you have it right. We don’t have faith for THINGS, we have faith in Him (not that a child is a thing; meaning, faith for the object of our desire).

    Praying God increases your faith. He certainly will honor the mustard seed!

  6. Michele Beim says:

    GOD Bless You!!!! Psalm 16:11… YOU, Natasha’s LORD, make known to her the path of life; YOU will fill Natasha with joy in YOUR Presence with eternal pleasures at YOUR right hand.

  7. Thank you so much! I too believed the lies of the enemy when he said, “You have no faith because the mountain hasn’t moved.” I knew it was a lie but couldn’t figure out the truth.

  8. I was just chanting that “I don’t have faith, God” mantra two days ago… thank you so much for this beautiful, bittersweet encouragement.

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