Shandra Lee. With Heart Wide Open. A Miracle In The Making.

Not My Anointing , Not My Ministry, Not My Calling

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We’re already well into the Year of the Open Door. Reflecting at this almost mid way mark of the calendar is common for me (perhaps you too?) so I did a bit of research. Willing to share with y’all, as well.

You’re Welcome. šŸ™‚

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FOUR QUESTIONS FOR THE YEAR OF THE OPEN DOOR fromĀ 2014: TheĀ Year of theĀ OpenĀ DoorĀ A Higher Calling

Find a quiet place for the next 30-45 minutes, get your journal or a pad of paper, and jot down your reflections on these four important questions.

What door(s) did God open for you in 2013?Ā Ā Reflect back on those jobs, projects, or ministries that Godā€™s hand was obviously upon. Think about the patterns, the path He led you down through these open doors.

What door(s) did God close in 2013?Ā This can be painful, looking back upon some doors He closed, redirected, or simply did not allow you to pursue. Take time to dig deep and discover as best as you can His underlying reasons these doors were closed.

What door(s) might God open for you in 2014?Ā Here is where your dreams, your passions, your purpose lives. These are the areas in which you sense a calling, doing something of worth beyond the financial reward it might bring. Since 5775 is the Year of the Open Door, this can indeed be your year to finally realize your biggest dream.

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2014: Season of theĀ OpenĀ DoorĀ 

2014 TheĀ Year of theĀ OpenĀ Door!

2013: TheĀ Year of theĀ OpenĀ DoorĀ |Ā 

If you have a clear answer to these questions Good! Amen!

If not keep praying , seeking, Listening. He will Open that One Door.

Until then, may I suggest you stop kicking at the Door that’s Closed,***

Shandra, May 25, 2014

With Heart Wide Open Ministry-A Heart for the Disillusioned, Disenfranchised, Exploited

& Those Who Serve Them.

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Ā #WithHeartWideOpenMinistries

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