Jason Gray’s song “Act of Love” was playing on the radio this morning
In the song, there is a line that says “God put a million million doors in the world for his love to walk through”. First of all, I would have to say that a million million is a large number. It’s like all the numbers in the bible. It has significance.
Nothing with God is insignificant. He is and always will be significant. Sure some individuals in the world would like to see him go away; but, let’s face it. God has been around since the beginning of time and he will be around when time ends.
But getting back to the line a million million doors, later in the verse of the song is the line “One of those doors is you”.
It does not say me, they, he, and she. It says you.
You are significant. You can make a difference in someone’s life. Sure you think “I don’t have enough time” or “Someone else will do it”. But, what’s keeping you from doing it. Is it fear? It is doubt? Is it “I don’t want to get involved?”
The only way to make a difference in someone else’s life is to get involved. However, it starts with you.
You are the key. You are the door. It may not even be something big God wants you to do. The biggest impacts we make in someone’s life sometimes are the smallest.
With trusting and following God comes blessings. Sure, it may not be financially reward; but, it is financially fulfilling.
Our souls are linked to God through the Holy Spirit when we accept Christ. God is always presence in our live working.
Jesus said that “If you seen me, you’ve seen the Father”.
Can we not say as a christian that if you’ve seen me, you’ve seen Christ working through me to reach you? To make a difference in someone’s live.
We are not here in this moment by circumstance. We are here for a purpose. A purpose to change lives. Sure, our lives may be changed in the processed of God working through us.
So let’s be the door in someone’s live to make a difference to bring hope. Faith is the first step to be one of the million million doors for God’s love to walk through. Be willing to step out and be the door for God to use.