There are two doors before you.
One is open with a vision of the present
A better you, a better life
A sight for the world to see, it's pleasing
Being able to see the fulfillment of your dreams.
Then there is Door #2
It is closed with no opening to view the possibilities
But there is a voice saying "Trust and choose Me."
You inch further away because though you have faith, you're led by sight.
So you choose and in your option it seemed like you had it altogether
It seemed like you were happy, but what you failed to realize was that joy comes from the spirit.
Door #1 also needed a key
A journey of betrayal, corruption, losing sight of your values, suffering with lust and greed
You have everything you asked for, but not what you need
Here's the thing, you still have the choice to leave.
Choose the door that said "Trust Me."
Choose joy over being happy
Choose to be free over bondage and inequity
Choose the key that has no key, but to push it open and believe
Believe that HE IS the key to everything you'll ever need
Do you want to see what's behind Door #2?
Author Urban Outsider
We cant use an earthly scale to measure God. In fact, He simply cannot be measured. Otherwise, we would need an item bigger than He is. We would need a ruler bigger than Him to get a number like 5 ft 5 in. Yet, He can be small enough to create a grain of sand. Small enough to heal hearts and minds, to cure sickness in the tiniest artery. But, big enough to create the sun and suns greater than the one we see in our horizon. Then, small enough to feed the birds in the air and fill the fields with flowers.
I look into the sky and see endless amounts of stars. I suddenly feel like the galaxy is a lot bigger than God. I measured God by the amount of love He has for me. And I'm just a drop of water in all the waters in the world. I compared His love for me to the sky with no end that He created with His own hands. How could a being that created thousands of galaxies find the time or fit in the space that I'm in.
Then it came to me. God is not subject to time or space. Time and space are subject to Him.