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Doors



With every door there may come great opportunity! Every opportunity can lead to other doors and greater opportunities. It’s important to recognize when the right door has opened and what door to walk through. It is also necessary to accept when a door does not open, especially when it was a door we wanted. Let’s examine this moment together and look further at doors.

It is a very difficult thing to see a door completely close on us. There may be opportunities present along with a time frame attached to them. In other words, if we did not move quickly enough, we may miss the open door and opportunity present. There are also moments when it seems that the season you were in has ended and as if the “door” has closed on it. This is an important time to recognize and not allow ourselves to try to reopen what is apparently closed. Accepting this time is of most importance in order to move on and move forward into the next open door and opportunity that will become available to us.

God wants us to grow and be constant in moving forward in our lives for better. At times, He will remove us from people and places for our own good. We can become so attached to people, places and things and not recognize that they are actual hindrances for our growth and ability to see more for our lives; perhaps missing great opportunities too. Yes, these may be difficult and trying for us to accept but when we do; it becomes the very thing we had to in order to push back those things and walk in the greater! So embrace the doors that have closed and the times and seasons you have had to totally let go of people, places and things. Guard your heart response in all of this and do not allow bitterness to take root. Move forward into the new door and opportunity that will come and welcome it totally.

The other very important aspect is to recognize a door opening and walking into the right doors. We too often want to run from one to the other and believe this will be so much better; be careful if you did not heal from the previous one. God in His time opens the right door and along with it comes all that is necessary. Waiting, praying and seeking is the wisest thing we can do in looking for the right door to open. The key to the right door is trusting in God’s plan for our lives. In the process of right doors opening, come life lessons that work out for our good. Be ready to walk through opened doors and be prepared to do so quickly so that you do not miss great opportunities ahead of you!

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