Psalm 119:25-32 begins with the Hebrew alphabet symbol ‘Daleth’, a symbol that looks like an open door when looked at from above. It is indicative of decisions made from a higher perspective.
When we live our lives ‘seated with Him in heavenly places’ (Colossians 3:1) our souls will no longer cleave to the dust, the ways of the world and men. Our minds will be set on godly matters, what matters to our Lord Jesus. We will allow His teaching and instruction to raise us up from the worldly ways we have taken.
“He so desires to renew our minds by His Word so that our inner man is filled with light and an understanding that far surpasses our mere knowledge of Him. He wants our knowing to become an experience of His multi-faceted character as He reveals Himself to us in the different situations we face.
The tactics of our enemy are subtle and sly and we can easily find ourselves at an altar of idolatry. Somewhere a thought expressed itself that would have been better to cast down, brought into captivity and replaced with a thought reflective of the Word of God. Somewhere indecision lay rampant. Somewhere a door was left open; somewhere a heart cries for what is pure, true, and right.
Here stands Jesus with sword in hand; here stands Jesus at the door of each of our hearts.Continue Reading