Open Doors

We are called to be the salt of the earth and light to all the world. Recently I have been thinking about doors and the significance that they have figuratively in our lives. We like to speak a lot about open doors. In fact I don’t think there is anyone who doesn’t like open doors in their lives. Open doors usually symbolise opportunities and breakthrough’s in our lives. So what’s the link you might be wondering? Well I realised that usually we picture doors open and light shining through those doors. In a way its like that “go towards the light” thing that they do in movies. Its great and everything! Who doesn’t want to see the light at the end of the tunnel? Well what happens if there is no light shining through the doorway? I was challenged to consider these, open doors in a different way. Why can I not be the light that shines through the doorway? If you look at it there are two sides to a doorway….. the side that you are on and …. the other side! There is definitely something on the other side and if its life there are people on that side. I am challenged to be the person that brings the light to the other side of the doorway. I believe that this is a picture of what God wants us to be as His children and citizens of His kingdom. To be people who walk through doorways and allow God to use us as lights to light up people’s lives. So sometimes because of the lingo that we are used to, we disqualify some situations as doors, because in our minds doors should bring good things to us! Why don’t we consider opportunities to bless others as open doors. Bring on the doors!

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