Open unto us a door: The Fix-it Shop-Filling Station

Colossians 4:3
Withal praying also for us, that God would open unto us a door of utterance, to speak the mystery of Christ:”

Open a door of utterance:


A door opened to explain and understand Gods mercy and grace.  A door to the mercy seat, to the holy  of holies, where we find mercy and grace in our times of need.

The mystery of Gods love. 

That door is shut today, they don’t want us to meddle, to condemn their lifestyles, curtail their fun, criticize their decisions. 

Instead, Gods word is misunderstood and maligned by the world.  Ridiculed, rejected and refused. 

Another door is desired.


This is the door that has been opened today.

It is the door to perdition.  Enter at your own risk.  Thick darkness, overwhelming terror, overpowering temptation, sickness of the soul await you.

Oh, not today. 

Today will there will be fleshly pleasure, excitment, amusement, delights for the eyes,  sweets for the mouth and nose.  A never ending table of lusts fulfilled.

Untill the door of Grace is closed.  It will close one day soon, I pray not too soon for you.

Today is the acceptable day of the Lord, the day of Salvation.  Turn to God.  Ask for forgiveness, cling to the Lord Jesus.


Today, Today is the day.  Today is your day.

4 thoughts on “Open unto us a door: The Fix-it Shop-Filling Station

  1. Hard to imagine Paul needing prayer. Apparently some of his followers were diligent to do that. I am trying to make an application today for someone of Paul’s stature who might sincerely desire my prayers. I’m afraid I fail to support the Pauls of our day in the way I should. Thanks for the post.

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  2. All true. But while we miss what no longer is, let’s not lose sight of what is now. There is nothing now happening that the Lord our God has not ordained, and the darker the dark, the brighter a small light seems.

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