Whose Home Is It?
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“Here I am! I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in and eat with that person, and they with me.” (Jesus Christ - Revelation 3:20).
Oh, It’s you, Lord! Come in! Come in!
I want you to be completely welcome here. My home is your home.
Let me show you around. This is the library.
This is where I fill my mind with…
Oh, I forgot about my computer. Don’t look at that. And my pictures and my books…don’t look at these.
There now. This is much better. How you’ll feel much more at home here.
I tell you what. Let’s go to the fridge and grab a bite to eat.
Ah, yes, the kitchen…one of my favorite rooms. This is where I fill a lot of my appetites and my desires.
I’ve got some good stuff here.
Well come to think of it, you might not like some of this stuff. I got some of this junk during a weak moment of craving. But I know it’s not good for me.
I tell you what. Why don’t you come with me when I go out and you can choose the things for my life that will fulfill my longings?
This? Oh this is my office.
Say, I’ve got a little work that needs to be done. Why don’t you go somewhere and relax while I…
You’d like to see my business? … And look at my financial records, too?
Yeah, come to think of it, why don’t you take a look In fact, I’ll clue you in on every decision I make, just to make sure I’m doing it right.
After several days…
Well, Lord, you’ve been in every party of this house and I must say I’ve been…heh, heh…able to turn every room over to you.
That smell? Oh it’s nothing. You know how old houses smell.
No, you can’t see in this closet. Look! I’ve turned every room over to you. You don’t need to see in this closet.
You’ll get used to the smell. We’ll open some windows. Please don’t leave!
Okay! Okay! I’ll let you clean it out! Here’s the key!
But I can’t watch. It’s full of all my deepest darkest secrets and all of the hurtful memories of my past. There are things that I’ve thought and said and done that nobody knows about.
I’ve never been able to get ride of them, and I’m too ashamed to let anyone see…especially you, dear Lord.
Wait a minute…the smell, it’s gone!
You’ve cleaned out the closet!
Thank you, Lord! I love you, Lord!
Here! Take the deed to my house! My home is truly your home!
Is your home the Lord’s home?
Have you turned over every part of your life to Him?
Is there any hidden closet in Your life that prohibits Christ from having total ownership of Your life?
After the apostle Paul totally surrendered His life to Christ, He was able to say…
I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I now live in the body, I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself for me. (Galatians 2:20).
Are there areas in your life that prohibit you from making a total commitment to Christ?