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The Back Door

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For a large part of my life I had this philosophy that if I wanted anything I would have to ask.

And as I grow older, I grow more confident in that asking.

You know the scripture, "ask and it shall be given to you..." I take that seriously, because it works, but here's the thing. Many times asking God for certain things doesn't mean those things will come to us easy. Many times they will come with hard work on our part. That means we may have to change things up, we may have to think and go outside our comfort zone, we may have to go the long route. 

Which means, we may not be able to ascertain certain blessings by going the traditional route. 

We may have to go through the back door. 

And who cares, because now we're in and now it's on. That's right, now we can show what we're made of and sky high promotion cometh soon. And here's the other thing, that grand ole promotion that will come is not just for us to chill and act like Mr. or Ms. Big. It's to show others God, it's to help others in the many ways God placed us on earth to help them with (our gifts), and it's to direct people to Him. 

So, although God enabled us to walk in that back door to give us access to great things, we must realize that door may have been granted to us simply to make a difference for the people who are now around us or will come. 

We must keep that in the front door of our minds.

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Matthew 7:7-11


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