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APPLY THE KEY details logo Open Heavens - Sunday, December 15, 2013
by Pastor E.A Adeboye

Every blessing worth its salt requires a key without which the seeker cannot access it. While some people have never experienced open doors, others once did, but the doors hitherto opened to them have been shut. In 1 Samuel 16:14, the door which was once opened to Saul was shut. That good door which opened to you but is now shut shall be reopened to you again and what you lost shall be restored in Jesus Name. It is good to enjoy open doors but far much better is that such doors remain permanently open. There is nothing good about being an ex-champion! God promised that you will be the head (Deuteronomy 28:13). This is another way of saying your door into headship shall remain open. Similarly, when David wrote in Psalm 23:5-6, that he has a table of provision without enemy intrusion or attack, and that he enjoys the operation of goodness and mercy all his days, he was also saying that his open doors will be sustained. In the name that is above every other name, every good door that the Lord opens to you from today shall be permanently open.

Why then do we need to pray? It is to receive help through the key that is given to us. Exodus 15:26 for instance is a key to healing and good health. It says if only you will listen diligently to God’s voice and observe all His commands, that He will insure you against diseases that come on unbelievers because He is your healer. If you are sick you can apply that key and claim with thanksgiving your healing and it shall be yours. In the same way, if you have been battling with growing your church or local assembly, apply the key in John 12:32. It says,
“And I, if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all men unto me. 33 This he said, signifying what death he should die.”
If you can lift Him up through high praise and heartfelt spirit-filled worship, He will magnetise people to Himself and in so doing, your church will grow. A church full of praise and worship is a growing church. Apply this key! Every blessing in God’s word equally has its key embedded in one promise of God or another. Stop praying without backing it up with the relevant key or promise!

And I, if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all men unto me. 33 This he said, signifying what death he should die.
John 12:32

John 12: 31-33

Bible in one year:
Psalm 82-84

Key point:
Every promise of God is a key that can unlock some door. Find the keys and apply them appropriately and you will get results.


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