A few simple doors that I’ve seen in different places. What do we mostly do at doors? We would knock, or these days ring the doorbell.
The above door was seen in St John’s Newfoundland, which is located the furthest east in Canada.
This structure is also located in Newfoundland. It is in a place called Elliston where we went to see the puffins. And this is the open door to a root cellar. This is where vegetables would be kept after they were harvested.
This beautiful blue door was on display in a garden center and surrounded by colorful flowers.
An Open Door To Nature: This is part of the ruins found at Rosea McClain Gardens.
A walk through those doors can lead you into a butterfly garden or a rose garden. Or perhaps you may just want to take a break and sit under one of the old shaded trees.
Consider your heart also as a door, a door where you can let either good or bad enter.
Behold, I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears My voice and opens the door, I will come into him and dine with him, and he with Me. Revelation 3:20