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Moments For You

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A door can become the way out of something old or the way into something new. It can provide protection from dangers outside, or make a way of escape from harm within. In the Scriptures, we find many examples of both literal and figurative doorways taking on all of these... Read more →

The Listening Heart

“I sleep, but my heart waketh: it is the voice of my beloved that knocketh, say- ing, Open to me” (Song of Solomon 5:2). To the listening heart of His loved ones, our loving and loved Lord comes. Our heart leaps to attention when we hear the voice of our... Read more →

The Unlocked Door

A group of friends went to see an old church building which was of great historical interest. They applied for admission and the caretaker gave them the key, saying, “You go on ahead and go in, and I will be over in just a minute.” They went to the door... Read more →

Only One Door

“I am the Door,” said Jesus (John 10:7). He was not talking about the door of a beautiful palace. He was not speaking of the great door of the temple in Jerusalem. He had no lofty portals in mind. “I am the Door of the sheepfold.” There are no armed... Read more →

“I Am The Door”

John 10:1-16 We really have two distinct sections in this portion. The first five verses constitute a complete parable in themselves, and then in verses six to sixteen we have added instruction and a fuller opening up of the truth of the Shepherd character of our Lord Jesus Christ. He... Read more →

The Doorman

When a Christian child was asked what she did when tempted to do wrong, she replied that she turned to the Lord Jesus, whom she had invited to dwell in her heart, and said:— “There’s Satan at the door. Will You please go and answer the knock? And when Satan... Read more →

An Open Door

For a great door and effectual is opened unto me, and there are many adversaries” (1 Corinthians 16:9). It’s a great thing when the Lord sets before His servants an open door. It has been pointed out from this text that there are three ways to look at an open... Read more →

Scripture Doors

Sin: Sin at the door—“Sin lieth at the door” (Genesis 4:7). Substitution: Blood on the door—“Take of the blood, and strike it on the two side posts and on the upper door post of the houses” (Ex. 12:7). Salvation: Passing over the door—“The Lord will pass over the door” (Exodus... Read more →

Question & Answer

Question: What does it mean when the Lord told Cain, “If thou doest not well, sin lieth at the door” (Genesis 4:7). Answer: In Genesis chapter 4 we find both Cain and Abel bringing offerings to the Lord. Abel brought a lamb while Cain brought something he had grown in... Read more →

Door Acrostic

Look up the answers to each question. If you need some help, the references of where the answers can be found are on page 31. When you have gathered all of the answers, the first letters of each answer spell out a statement of Jesus. What did Peter say when... Read more →

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