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All Doors Are Open

2nd January 2021

Scripture Reading: Mark 7: 31-37


“And straightway his ears were opened, and the string of his tongue was loosed, and he spake plain.” (Mark 7: 35)

When Jesus decreed “Ephphatha” to the person that was deaf and dumb, immediately, the ears were opened, and the tongue was loosed. That person had two major gates that were closed: the gates of hearing were closed, and the gates of speech were closed. By Jesus’ decree, all the doors that were hitherto locked in the life of that man were opened. By Jesus’ decree, all doors were flung open. Jesus opened all the closed doors at once.

Friend, hear me as I hear the Lord: in 2021, all your doors shall be open. All your doors that were previously closed shall be opened. The opening of doors in your life shall be widespread. As the doors are opening for you, doors shall also be opened for those connected to you. As the doors you prayed about are being unlocked, even the ones you are yet to pray about will also be unlocked. Your doors shall all be open.

It will not be said that the Lord opened some doors and left some closed. The Lord will not open the doors of divine health and leave your financial gates closed. The Lord will not open the door of career advancement and leave the doors of marital fruitfulness closed. The Lord will not open the doors of ministry and leave the doors of divine provision closed. This year, all your doors shall be open.

The same way Jesus said “Ephphatha” once, and both the ears and tongue of the one that was brought to Him were opened, by the word of the Lord, all your doors are open. The siege is broken, and you emerge from negativity to testimony; you emerge from stagnation to advancement; you emerge from darkness to light; you emerge from the back to the front.

Welcome to your season of all round open doors. All your doors are opened and shall remain open.


In 2021, all my doors are open, in Jesus’ name!

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“Therefore thy gates shall be open continually; they shall not be shut day nor night; that men may bring unto thee the forces of the Gentiles, and that their kings may be brought.” (Isaiah 60: 11)

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