Let God In

#101 “Lift up your heads, O gates; be lifted up, you everlasting doors; and the King of glory shall come in.” #psalm24 I have been thinking this week about the things in life which I am still following my own hunches, rather than waiting on God. This psalm is about movement to a deeper and fuller relationship with God. #reflectionsonthepsalms says “like Jacob we are to dream of God, to desire God, to seek the face of God and to yearn for the blessing of God.” First we have to let God in to every part of our lives! #openthedoorofyourheart (at Ripon College Cuddesdon)

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