Posted by: nancyisanders | June 10, 2016

Faith Building Fridays: Open Door

“I know all the things you do, and I have opened a door for you that no one can shut. You have little strength, yet you obeyed my word and did not deny me.”
-Revelation 3:8, NLT

Look ahead into the future, scribe! God has opened a door for you that no one can shut. Editors can’t shut it. Rejection letters can’t shut it. Even other writers can’t shut it. Take the little strength you have and walk through that door. God has your future waiting for you! And it includes an open door.

Dear God, thank You for being the God of open doors. You hold my future in Your hands. Even though the days ahead may seem foggy to me, You know the plans You have for me and they are good plans with a future and a hope! Thank You for encouraging me. In Jesus’ name. Amen.


Scribes: Devotions for Christian Writers is available at Amazon.


  1. Nancy, this is especially appropriate today. Thank you.


    Sent from my iPad


  2. Hi Nancy,
    God has thrown the door wide open. My Coloring eBook hit #1 in two categories this week. Calm Coloring: Faith, Hope & Love (Art & Soul Therapy for Kids-At-Heart). Praising God!

    • Yay, Tracy!!!! I’m praising God with you.

      • Thank you, Nancy! ❤

  3. Beautiful words!

    • So glad this blessed you today, Tina.

  4. Nancy,
    Thank you so much for your calm and encouraging reminders of God’s love and faithfulness. They are a balm to my soul!
    Kelly Hollman

    • You’re welcome. Thank you for sharing, Kelly. I am encouraged by your kind words, too!

  5. Such an encouraging post! Thanks.

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