even a peep hole will have to do


Even a peep hole will have to do!

 

Often we cry when a door is closed to us especially if it is something we loved and treasured. This is only a natural reaction because the hows and whys are not visible to us. Sometimes it is the job we loved doing and then suddenly due to circumstances beyond us we are forced to walk away. It may even be a relationship that we invested everything into, the kind we know you lost the other part of your soul. You know you did everything by the book, you loved, you cared and you worked hard on it.  We sit and over-analyse were it all went wrong and still we cannot pinpoint an exact element that made it all go so wrong.

However if you look back at those things years later you realise nothing happens for no reason. Maybe the person you thought was your soul-mate dies and you suddenly think I could have been a widow by now but God did not allow it. You still love and miss the person but it just was not your destiny to end up all alone. Or maybe that job you cared about turns out it went down under quicker than anyone ever imagined and you came out unscathed because God moved you just in time.

The trick in life is that if a door has been shut whether by Gods design or other ungodly unforeseen entity, you better be smart to start looking for an open window, if there is no open window, an air vent will have to do otherwise in the worst case scenario even a peep hole can be dug to provide a means of escape. You just have to find a way out. A closed door is not the end of your life it is just the start to an ingenious mind and achieving greater things.

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About redflamefire

Published Writer, Blogger and Sunday School Teacher. Aspiring to have a bestseller under my belt and set up a charity that will empower generations to realise their dreams and potential. I advocate for no violence and abuse in marriages.
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7 Responses to even a peep hole will have to do

  1. This is an amazing post!!! I applaud you for writing such an encouraging blog! God’s greatness for us is beyond our wildest imagination! I look forward to reading more from you 🙂

  2. This hits me right where I am right now. Thank you for your beauty, your buoyancy and your transparency, Ms RedFlame! And thank you for letting me know you like my new blog, so I could know about yours! Love, Jessica (hiddeninjesus.wordpress.com)

  3. Wayne Augden says:

    I couldn’t agree more with your post.

  4. bmichellehorton says:

    Greetings and thanks for the insight to closed doors.

  5. Sean Durity says:

    Encouragement is such a good thing. Thank you for encouraging me and others today.

  6. nancywike says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog and following the other day! It’s amazing how I’m finding people every day in similar places as me. I’m facing several closed doors right now in relationships I thought would last a lifetime. But God is faithful, and is walking me through the healing process and bringing new friends into my life to walk with me.

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