The Way Maker

“You made a way for me
 to enter the holy place …”
(from the song “You Made a Way” by Matt Gilman)
 

I’d sung the words many times, but this time they hit my heart with fresh revelation.

He made a way. For me. To enter the holy place.

Into the most holy place. Into the Holy of Holies. He made a way for me to come into his presence. Freely. Always. Forever.  There is a door standing open in heaven–that will never be closed again.

And the idea struck me … if he already made a way into the holy place  … into the most holy place  … into the Holy of Holies  …

Won’t he also make a way in any circumstances I face?

Won’t he also make a way to get to any place I need to go? Won’t he also make a way for his plans and purposes to be fulfilled in my life?

Sometimes it seems like I run into a lot of closed doors. But then I remember the open door. If the very throne room of heaven is open to me–if his own heart is open to me–how is it possible that any door he desires to open in my life could remain closed forever? 

Isaiah was right. His ways are not our ways. That’s because he is the Way. His ways are higher. His ways are better. His ways are perfectly timed.His ways are infinitely more creative and far above anything we could hope or imagine.

Because he is the WAY MAKER. 

Are you looking for the way? Look up. There is a door standing open in heaven.  He already made a way into the holy place–the most holy place–the Holy of Holies.  How is it possible he won’t also make a way–in any circumstances–for you?

Thank you Jesus for your indescribable goodness and grace. Thank you for being the WAY MAKER. Thank you for your perfect timing and your perfect ways! You are the Way and you will make a way for us –wherever we need to go. ~Amen.


4 thoughts on “The Way Maker

  1. Love This Cindy! I thought of this verse in Revelation 3:7
    [ To the Church in Philadelphia ] “Write this to the angel of the church in Philadelphia: “This is what the One who is holy and true, who holds the key of David, says. When he opens a door, no one can close it. And when he closes it, no one can open it.”

    Shalom to you my friend.

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