Doors can mean two things.
1| Open Door – Opportunity.
2| Closed Door – Ending.
Every door – open or closed can point towards an opportunity or an ending.
Beyond this there could be a new beginning from the open or closed door.
But, it is all about how you view the door.
The one thing I know I can trust is that if Christ says He is at the door knocking (Revelation 3:20), then surely I must trust that He knows what the ‘door’ means.
I feel like I am standing in between an open and closed door.
I might have a choice to make.
Honestly though, I prefer if Christ make the choice for me.
For a moment, I was reminded of the vision John witnessed…
A DOOR INTO HEAVEN
A glimpse of the Throne.
A glimpse of the rainbow encircling the Throne.
A glimpse of eternal hope.
If I choose to trust Christ right now…
I can be certain, that I do not know what will happen next … but GOD knows EVERYTHING.
What is my choice?
Look around in despair or look up in hope?
Which door are you looking at?
A Door into Heaven (Revelation 4:1-8) The Voice
After I wrote down these messages, I saw a door standing open in heaven and heard again the first voice that sounded like a trumpet.
A Voice: Come up here, and I will show you what must happen after this.
John’s next vision begins when he sees an open door in heaven. What happens next would be impossible for John to imagine.
Immediately I was caught up in the Spirit, and I saw a throne that stood in heaven and One seated on the throne. The One enthroned gleamed like jasper and carnelian, and a rainbow encircled the throne with an emerald glow. Encircling that great throne were twenty-four smaller thrones with twenty-four elders clothed in white robes with wreaths fashioned of gold on their heads. Out of the great throne came flashes of lightning, sounds of voices, and peals of thunder. In front of the great throne, seven torches were ablaze, which are the seven Spirits of God. Also in front of the throne was a glassy sea of shimmering crystal.
In the midst of the throne and encircling the throne were four living creatures, covered all over with eyes, front to back. The first living creature was like a lion, the second creature was like an ox, the third creature had a face like the face of a human, and the fourth creature was like an eagle in full flight. These four living creatures, each of which had six wings and was covered with eyes—eyes on the outside and on the inside—did not cease chanting. All day and night they were singing.
Four Living Creatures: Holy, holy, holy
Is the Lord God who is the All Powerful,
who was, and who is, and who is coming.