Text: Revelation 3 (Job 39-40)
The seven letters to the seven churches in Revelation 2-3 are remarkable. In the letter to the church at Philadelphia (the ancient city in Asia Minor), we find these words (Rev 3:8):
“Behold, I have set before you an open door, which no one is able to shut.”
Our God is a God of the open door. He opens doors before us by the power of His Word and the force of His promises. The challenge for us is that He usually just opens the door and calls us to step through. We need to do just that in obedience and in faith. But it is often scary or requires sacrifice. Many Christians look for God to give a “sense of peace” or a good feeling before they act on decisions. But God seldom does that. Instead, He just opens the door and says, “go.” But here’s the deal: The God who opens the door always has a beautiful plan. He always richly blesses us on the other side of the door. It is only after we step through that we will find that sense of peace.
So…. what door is open before you today?
in Him, Mike