It is in receiving God’s kindness through repentance that sight given reveals the Door. In receiving the One who stands at the door we are accepting the invitation to dine with the resurrected Christ. Such a supper empowers our God-given positions and posturing as watchmen/women priests on Nehemiah’s Wall, and as noblewomen/men in the courts of our King.
Welcome to the Door of encounter.
His fire is not only a rescue. It is the empowerment unto the ascending stairs; leading to the intimate invitational door of governing with Him.
While satan was tempting Jesus, attempting to arouse Him to embrace a false identity, Jesus said, “Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word which proceeds out of the mouth of God.”
This invitation extended to us — to witness His resurrected Son and to become like Him, is so intimate. Behold the Resurrected Christ.