The Right Door- Living Life Together: Inspiration # 4

the-door-at-muktiWe all desire the right door be opened to us.

God will not open a door that would require us to be disobedient to His word. Neither
does He open a door just to let us wander on our own.

If you feel God is leading you down a particular path or has opened a unique opportunity, but you find yourself saying, “I can’t do this on my own,” it’s likely this is something God is calling you to do. He wants a relationship and He takes us places where we must be totally dependent on Him. Matthew 6:33 says to seek God first and then these things will be done. He wants to be first in our lives.

Whatever you are seeking today, pray for wisdom, clarity, and direction. And have faith that God is at work. Hebrews 11:6 tells us, “Without faith it is impossible to please God.”

Trust in the Lord with all your heart; do not depend on your own understanding. Seek his will in all you do, and he will show you which path to take. Proverbs 3:5-6 (NLT)

Debbie is a published author, national speaker and workshop presenter, and a partner with Polished Conference Ministries L.L.C. She facilitates an online Bible study page on Facebook, teaches Bible study in her church, and blogs at Living Life Together. Debbie has written Shine! Radiating the Love of God, a Bible study designed exclusively for young women ages 13-18. Additionally, she has articles in the Divine Moments series, and is a monthly contributor to Refined Magazine. All books are available at She would love to speak at your next women’s event, teen event, or at the college where she brings an inspirational message to teachers in training called, “A Christian Perspective for an Inspirational Classroom.” Debbie is married and has three adult children. She travels from Asheville, NC. Visit her website at, email her at:, or visit her page on Facebook:



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4 Responses to The Right Door- Living Life Together: Inspiration # 4

  1. Carol Anderson says:

    Nice timing on this one. Immediately made me turn to prayer. Thanks for the wise words, Debbie!

  2. Beverly says:

    Thank you Debbie for these inspiring words. I needed to hear this during this season in my life.

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