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  • Writer's pictureDavid Chadwick

Davidisms - Visit Mt. Hermon

What an exhilarating time it is to visit the mountains in the fall. Every color of the leaves shouts out that God exists!

As you’re visiting local mountains, let it remind you to also explore the biblical significance of mountains.

Each mountain range in the Bible has some kind of spiritual truth we need to grasp.

For example, we need to go to Mt. Hermon.

It’s the mountain range King David was referring to in Psalm 133:1-3. He wrote that when brothers and sisters dwell in unity, it’s like receiving the refreshing dew from Mt. Hermon falling on us.

Are you presently in disunity with someone? Then go to Mt. Hermon. Forgive them. Love them. Seek unity with them. As much as possible, we are to seek peace with all people (Romans 12:18), trying to be of one mind and spirit as God’s people (Philippians 2:2).

Refreshing blessings from God are poured out when we gather in unity with our brothers and sisters in Christ.

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