An open door: may not be in God’s will—
A golden knob could lead to some landfill.
A padlocked door: God may want me to knock
And knock, then grasp His key and turn the lock.
No door so shut that Christ won’t push ajar;
How thick, how broad, how high, or even far.
If Christ—who knows what’s best—closes a door,
Grant me the sense to wait, and Him adore.