Following

Posted: February 16, 2011 in Of Spiritual Things
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I am consistently amazed at the way God leads us.; step by step to a door that seems thick, locked and impenetrable, yet consistently he opens them up and shows us the miraculous on the other side. Our responsibility is to follow. Following takes movement; intentional action to trust the leading of the Spirit and that the steps we tread will not harm us. Oh it might hurt, but we should know that the pain of our Master is so good and opens more doors.

On the other side of the door in front of you lies the miraculous. It isn’t even our responsibility to open the door, but before He opens the door he wants to know if we are willing to walk through it. He isn’t going to open the door if we are just going to stand there and peak through, He will open it when we are willing to walk through it.

Get ready the doors are opening…

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Comments
  1. I love this! God has really been speaking to me lately about following his leading, and this SO fits where I feel things are at right now.

    God is setting things up for us, opening the doors… and if we trust Him and follow Him… I think we are going to get blown away.

  2. Alistair Patrick says:

    Looking forward to doors being opened at Epic Life and on Aurora.

  3. Judy Putnam says:

    This comes from a devotional I read online: “You must pray. The way will open. God cares and His plans unfold. Just love and wait. Love is the key. No door is too difficult for it to open.”
    1 Corinthians 13:13: And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.
    I believe that love is what wins others to Christ; heals wounds that paralyze the spirit; moves us to minister to others that we would not ordinarily even associate with; leads us to higher ground and, yes, opens doors that could not previously be opened. It is the love of our Lord Jesus Christ that enables us to love Him and to love others that He is calling to His Kingdom. It enables us to see past pride and arrogance and reluctance – right to the heart.
    I pray that all may know the love of our Lord today.

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