"And Jesus said unto them, "Verily
I say unto you, if ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, remove hence, and it shall remove;
and nothing shall be impossible unto you."
I’ve talked to you at other times about this, but now a new thought comes to me. Jesus may have been talking, not of
size, but of results. yes, the seed is very small, but it can grow large. Can a seed have "faith, to grow?" We’ve
read of how, "if the multitude hold their peace, the stones would immediately cry out." And I have pages of scriptures
where stones, birds, and all sorts of nature praise God. Would it be too much for a mustard seed to produce a large, live
plant through the faith of God, who created all of them?
Now remember…the Bible doesn’t say that a seed has this capacity, but to talk
to us of "a stone being a witness" (Joshua 24:27), and God saying to Moses, in Numbers 20:8, "speak ye unto
the rock, and it shall give forth water," my personal thinking about a seed, isn’t so impossible.
I’m currently having trouble understanding
conversations, such as following my Pastor’s sermons, and if faith can move a mountain, or if "the sea roar with
praise (Psalm 98:7), must a seed be helpless?
I even quote Nahum 1:3 in one of my songs; "The clouds are dust prints of His feet." The clouds are dust from God's
own feet, They praise Him, every one, And stars will sing as Christians wing, Our way beyond the sun." Will you pray
with me for this hearing problem? Surely one of us has "the faith of a mustard seed!" Thank you.