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3 12 2011

Behold, I stand at the door and knock.
If anyone hears my voice and opens the door,
I will come in to him and eat with him,
and he with me.

Revelation 3:20 ESV

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13 responses

3 12 2011
shanda oakley

Love the brightness of the red.

3 12 2011
Dea Moore

The door beckons, “Come in, the feast is ready.” I love the passages in the Bible concerning the covenant meal. 🙂 And I love the red door.

3 12 2011
Jennifer@GDWJ

Gorgeous. Love the color. I love how you “see” Jeanne. Have a glorious Sunday.

4 12 2011
Traci

WOW. What gorgeous picture!!!!

amen ! Love, Traci http://ordinaryinspirations.blogspot.com/2011/12/im-not-morning-person.html

4 12 2011
Maureen

A verse I never get tired of hearing. A good reminder to keep knocking with prayer and faith and hope. And on a less serious note, this makes me want to paint our door.

4 12 2011
leslie

Such a beautifully beckoning door…

4 12 2011
Deidra

Hospitality begins with opening the door to Jesus. And He doesn’t demand a clean house or a gourmet meal or to have a designer decorate. He just invites us to open the door when we hear Him knocking…

I’m so glad to have you as part of the Sunday Community. You bless. You do.

4 12 2011
nance marie

listening and opening…

4 12 2011
Linda

It is a beautiful door Jeanne, and to think – He comes to us. Such grace.
Have a lovely Sunday!

4 12 2011
Redemption's Beauty

I love taking photos of doors and this scripture is perfect. Just spent some days scouring around London, and took lots of photos of doors!

4 12 2011
Patricia (Pollywog Creek)

Beautiful photo, Jeanne!!! And isn’t that just the most amazing and humbling thought – that He would come in and we would eat with Him and He would eat with us?!?!?!

4 12 2011
Mama Zen

Beautiful!

4 12 2011
Sandra Heska King

Oh, Jeanne! That door and the pairing with the scripture–perfect. And I always pair hope with the color red. 🙂 Hugs to you, my friend.

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