The Door of Opportunity

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In this world, we seek out doors of opportunity. We want to make things happen to see our desires for advancement realized. We want to live life to its fullest and try to find it behind whatever door creaks open. Some of those doors are legitimate, others not. But there is only one door that can fulfill the promise of a life lived out of abundance.

This Week’s I Am Passage:

“Then said Jesus unto them again,

Verily, verily, I say unto you,

I am the door of the sheep.

All that ever came before me are thieves and robbers:

but the sheep did not hear them.

I am the door:

by me if any man enter in,

he shall be saved

and shall go in and out, and find pasture.

The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy:

I am come

that they might have life,

and that they might have it more abundantly.”

John 10:7-10

Jesus Christ is the door of opportunity for an abundant life.

Please, bear with me this week. I may be slow in responding to comments and visiting your blogs. A great door of opportunity is mine. Our Day Camp is happening. This opens the way for our team to present the love of Jesus Christ to a group of children, in hopes they will enter the door to the abundant life found in Him.

Questions to Ponder:

How would you describe a life of abundance? What does that phrase mean to you?

11 thoughts on “The Door of Opportunity

  1. Wonderful post. I was reading on this scripture this morning and circled back again to the living bread in Matthew 4:4. What you’re doing is fantastic. Have a great week!

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    1. So true and it may not look like an abundant life to the world. But the life we live in Christ is filled with the fullness of God. How can there possibly be a life of any greater abundance?

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