Walking through the Door

Doors often represent new beginnings, travel, a pathway. But they can also connect to an obstacle, an end of a dream and being shut out. There is a new thing in my life that is beckoning me to a door.  Up to now I have been unwilling and afraid to enter through it. 

My mom who is 72 has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.  For the past several years I have been aware of memory loss and some confusion in her yet I seemed to be able to overlook it or make excuses for it.  I have been afraid to walk through the door of understanding.  Somehow I felt that if I ignored it it would just go away!  Yeah that didn't work so good! 

Realizing that I need help with understanding this disease I am beginning to read more about the ugly effects that it has in it's victims and their families. Regardless of how difficult this door has been to go through my desire is to find joy in the midst of it. 

Galatians 4:5-6 tells us to make the most out of every opportunity. In this season that is exactly what I am choosing to do. It's going to be a bumpy ride but I know that I do not go into it alone. 

Then your light will break forth like the dawn, and your healing will quickly appear; then your righteousness will go before you, and the glory of the LORD will be your rear guard.Isaiah 58:8

What door is God asking you to walk through today?



  1. You won't be walking through this door alone, my friend. You'll have your "sisters" right here beside you every step of the way.

    1. I am do grateful for the love an support that each of you show to me! I would't want it any other way!
      God is so good!


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