“I know all the things you do, and I have opened a door for you that no one can close” (Rev 3:8)
The other day we checked in a hotel. It was an average hotel. Nothing fancy… The lady at the reception gave us the room’s key. On top of the key it was written: ‘Open doors you never knew existed’. God speaks in so many ways… For a moment I stood there, in the hotel’s corridor, and my heart missed a beat. I felt God’s love come close. Did I forget that God can open any door? It is so easy to forget good things…and so hard to forget negative things, to forgive offences of the past…But that is another story…
Back to open doors…God knows no limitations, no boundaries and no hindrances…Nobody can say ‘no’ when God says ‘yes’. Did I limit God? Did I write a list with possible miracles, breakthroughs and open doors? Do I desire to control God, to lead God? Why such a foolishness? Sin has planted folly in our hearts and we are ignorant of it. But then, the Holy Spirit comes and breaks the bands asunder, breaks cages and padlocks, and the bird is ready to fly, once more…
The door that Jesus opens is a door of safety, victory, stability and intimacy as reward.
These are His holy promises given freely, by His grace alone:
“I will force your enemies (poverty) to bow at your feet…
I will force your enemies (sickness) to acknowledge that it is you I love…
I will protect you from the painful trials coming to others…
I will seal you with My name that no one can erase…
The whole world shall see that you are My child and My servant and they shall fear you!
This is My promise to you! Just believe it!”
Today I pray for the grace to be able to surrender to God, again, totally, un-conditionally, from my heart…I pray for the grace to see invisible things, to hear the songs of angels and to be filled with the Spirit that opens doors no one can shut! In Jesus name, Amen!
In Christ I declare:
I am God’s child and servant!
I rule in the midst of my enemies!
My victory is sure!
Jesus has opened the door of favor to me!
I just passed thru this door!
In Jesus name