Knock Knock

Actual door-to-door (D2D) sales were once more prominent than they are today. The advancement of technology and the avenues of social media marketing have indeed enlarged sales territories, amped the canvassing process and morphed D2D sales beyond what they once were. With that said, does a knock on your front door capture your attention and make you pause with excitement or anticipation?

Behold, I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and eat with him, and he with me.
– Revelation 3:20 ESV

Consider, who knocks on your front door besides a D2D salesperson? The answer is someone who wants you and wants to spend time with you or someone who wants to give you something.

Revelation 3:20 is often interpreted as a metaphor for God knocking on the door of our hearts and inviting us to open the door to Him. It serves as a reminder that God is interested in you and always wants to spend time with you. He desires to have a close relationship.

Jesus desires you to know Him personally and deeply, and spending time with Him is the best way to cultivate a meaningful relationship.

Like a close friend, Jesus wants to spend time with you because He loves you and wants to show you His goodness. He wants you to open the door of your heart and allow Him to do life with you. He knows when you spend time with Him, your life will be forever changed.

Jesus stands at the door of your heart knocking. Will you let Him in?

Today’s One Thing
In your quiet time, spend time with Jesus by sharing your personal testimony including the moments when He was with you.

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