Hope - Author Unknown

Many years ago there lived a very old man. Before his house stood two tall mountains that kept out the sunlight. 

He was not happy about this and so he sat down with his sons and all made a solemn promise that they would hack back away those two mountains. 

A neighbor saw them go out with their hoes and shook his head. "How stupid can you get?" he screamed. "It's absolutely impossible for you to carry away those mighty mountains." 

The old man only smiled and said: "Well, when I die, my sons will carry on the work. And when they die, my grandsons will continue it. Yes, the mountains are high but they won't get any higher. But our strength can still grow. 

With every shovel full of earth that we carry away, we come closer to our goal." "It is better to do something than just sit around and complain that those mountains keep out the sunlight." 

With complete conviction the old man kept right on digging. God saw it and was moved to send two angles to earth. They lifted the two mountains onto their shoulders, and carried them off.

In his letter to the Corinthians, Paul talks about having faith great enough to move mountains. [1 Cor. 13:2].