Closed Doors

I’ve never believed in coincidences. Nothing happens just like that or for no reason. We may not understand why, we may not be aware of how circumstances brought us to where we are today. But I do believe in divine providence, God is constantly at work striving to make the best of our choices.

Often when things don’t go our way, we end up wondering where is God, why did He close that door for me. I read this lovely line sometime back

If God didn’t close doors, we wouldn’t know which ones to go through.

So true right? I’ve been in situations where I was struggling to decide between multiple options and then magically things didn’t work out with one or two of them and my choice became so much easier.

While we struggle looking at closed doors today, let’s wait and trust in His timing. This lovely song from the musical Joseph The Dreamer

When doubts and disappointments hide the morning sun
When all my dreams have ended, all my song are sung,
his spirit soars within me, every doubt is gone,
I see a new horizon, and sing a brand new song. . .
For in this perfect timing, up ahead the light is shining
and I know the dawn will be arriving very soon

When God closes the door he opens a window, a window
He opens a window so I can see
He’s working it out
the very best for (The very best for me) me
He opens a window just just for me

In every road I travel leads back to where I’ve been
When fears about tomorrow settle deep within
He gives me new direction and takes the fears away
He opens up the future and brings a brand new day
New day . . .

For in this perfect timing up ahead the light is shining
and I know the dawn will be arriving very soon
When God closes the door he opens a window(a window)
He opens a window so I can see
He’s working it out the very best for (The very best for me) me
He opens a window just for me

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