John 10:9

Knock Knock

03/06/2020

How would you describe yourself? Would you use “DOOR” to communicate with others who you are? I certainly wouldn’t. But Jesus did. In John 10:9 He said, “I am the DOOR; if anyone enters through Me, he will be saved,…” Why would Jesus describe Himself as a door? He wants us to know that there is an “outside” of heaven and an “inside” of heaven. Heaven is a place and we are “outside” until we go “into” heaven through Jesus. Make no mistake. Everyone will not live eternally “in” heaven. Only those who enter through Jesus will be in heaven. Our Heavenly Father sends a personal invitation to you to enter eternal life in heaven through the forgiveness of your sins Jesus paid on the cross. No knocking required. Just a prayer. Acknowledge your sins to God. Ask Him to forgive you. Receive the gift of His forgiveness and Holy Spirit. Learn more at Meet Jesus.

Thank You, Lord Jesus, for opening the DOOR to heaven through Your sacrifice on the cross.

“Door” is one of God’s 26 character traits in my book, Pray with Purpose, Live with Passion. Learn more HERE. 

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Knock Knock

03/13/2019

LISTEN

How would you describe yourself? Would you use “DOOR” to communicate to others who you are? I certainly wouldn’t. But, Jesus did. In John 10:9 He said, “I am the DOOR; if anyone enters through Me, he will be saved,…” Why would Jesus describe Himself as a door? He wants us to know that there is an “outside” of heaven and an “inside” of heaven. Heaven is a place and we are “outside” until we go “into” heaven through Jesus. Make no mistake. Everyone will not live eternally “in” heaven. Only those who enter through Jesus will be in heaven. Our Heavenly Father sends a personal invitation to you to enter eternal life in heaven through the forgiveness of your sins Jesus paid on the cross. No knocking required. Just a prayer. Acknowledge your sins to God. Ask Him to forgive you. Receive the gift of His forgiveness and the Holy Spirit. Learn more at Meet Jesus.

Thank You, Lord Jesus, for opening the DOOR to heaven through Your sacrifice on the cross.

“Door” is one of God’s 26 character traits in my book, Pray with Purpose, Live with Passion. Learn more HERE. 

Thank You, CHRIST, for being the DOOR to ETERNAL LIFE

03/05/2018

“I am the DOOR; if anyone enters through Me, he will be saved,…”

John 10:9

How would you describe yourself? Would you use “DOOR” to communicate to others who you are? I certainly wouldn’t. But, Jesus did. Why? He wants us to know that there is an “outside” of heaven and an “inside” of heaven. Heaven is a place and we are “outside” until we go “into” heaven through Jesus. Make no mistake. Everyone will not be “in” heaven. Only those who enter through Jesus will be in heaven. Our Heavenly Father has sent a personal invitation to all to enter through His Son.

We praise You, Lord Jesus, for You are the DOOR through whom we enter into salvation!

D00R

07/02/2013

“I am the door; if anyone enters through Me, he will be saved, and will go in and out and find pasture.”

John 10:9

Have you ever wanted to get into a building and not been able to enter? Have you ever forgotten your key and been locked out of your home or car? If so, you know what it feels like to not be able to enter the place where you want to go. Our earthly frustration does’t compare with what awaits those who long for heaven but can’t enter because they have denied Christ Jesus as Lord and Savior. Today is the day of salvation. If you’ve been dallying and not entered into a relationship with God through His Son, why not repent, praise Jesus as the door, and enter today? 

Lord Jesus, I praise You, the DOOR through which I enter into eternal life!

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