THE KEY OF DAVID
“God always has something for you, a key for every problem, a light for every shadow, a relief for every sorrow and a plan for every tomorrow.” -Unknown
PSALM 31:24 (NIV) Be strong and take heart, all you who hope in the Lord.
God has everything He needs. He is complete and perfect. However, He still has desires. He wants to have a relationship with us. He wants to send His love to us and rain down mercies and grace. Many gifts are in His hands but He is wanting for us to look up and catch them.
One of His precious gifts for us is a key. This key unlocks the box to all of our questions and problems. He is the solution. He is the key. It is not any more complicated than that my Dear Reader. With God, all doors and all roadblocks must open, including the lid to our personal question and problem box.
God’s key is different than our house and car keys. With these earthly keys we simply insert them, turn, and they will unlocked or start.A spiritual key is one that holds mystery. It ALWAYS unlocks spiritual barriers caused by the enemy but it does not always give us an expected result.
When you insert your spiritual key into a mission or calling, the door will unlock but the result may often be different from what you had in mind. God’s plans are so much higher and purposeful than your own plans. You must trust the key worked and then wait to see what the Lord has opened and given you.
Amazement will follow each door your spiritual key unlocks. You will often find unexpected answers to your questions and unexpected or unpredictable solutions to your problems. Remember, God does work in mysterious ways!
Your Lord has light to shed on your questions and relief for your every sorrow. Spiritual eyeglasses are helpful when using your key from God.Hang on tight for the plans He has for you are wonderful. He has promised you a hope for your future and plans that will serve in your prosperity.
“The Key of David is the key that unlocks Scripture: it means understanding the writings of King David, a man after God’s heart, a man who used the outside/inside movement of Hebraic poetics to simultaneously reveal and conceal knowledge.” http://www.thekeyofdavid.org/