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    1 posts, 1 voices, 523 views, started Dec 18, 2008

    Posted on Thursday, December 18, 2008 by Denise Richardson


    • Diamond

      Locked Doors    

      Though the doors were locked, Jesus came and stood among them (again)
      and said, “Peace be with you!”  John 20:26

      We were having dinner, and even with the animated chatter I could hear
      the door bang closed.

      When we have family get-togethers, it’s a fun time for the kids to turn
      the workshop room into a clubhouse. Handwritten signs soon decorate the
      door: ‘KeeepOut!!‘,  ‘No grils allowd‘,  ‘boys oly‘.

      Although we have a ‘management rule’ about locking doors, that sometimes
      seems to get ignored, so I headed back to check the goings-on. They were
      having a great time. The cookie stash was in one corner, and were making
      all spy and stakeout plans; very busy indeed.  

      In our lives don’t we, too, have locked doors?  Places we have unknown
      secret desires, hopes, hurts? Locked away. Kept at bay, unspoken. I
      realize that is true for myself.

      God is the God of the breakthrough. He can step into closed off, locked
      doors and areas in our hearts, and in our minds, and when He does, He
      says, “Peace be with you“.  Peace be with YOU.

      Come, Lord Jesus.  Come today through locked doors, even those we may
      not realize we have. Thank You for coming with a breaker anointing,
      love, and healing. Amen.


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