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#Knocking on my door.. 

  • My heart will not fear.
  • That I may dwell in the house of the Lord all day  of my life. Psalms 27:3-4

The most striking thing about this psalm is what David does when he finds himself besieged by armies and enemies eager to kill both him and his family. He does not ask for Victory or change circumstances.

  • He get quite to seek God, to dwell with him. And to reflect upon his beauty.

Each of us need and opportunity to be alone and silent with God. In fact our search for GOD is only our response to his search for us.

He knocks at our doors, but for many people, their lives are too busy for them to be able to hear.

In what ways might God be searching for you today?

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