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Key of David

June 9, 2014
...the one who has the Key of David, who, if he opens something, no one else can shut it, and if he closes something, no one else can open it..."

…the one who has the Key of David, who, if he opens something, no one else can shut it, and if he closes something, no one else can open it…”

We all know what keys do, they either open or close and lock something. In this scripture from Revelation 3:7-13, the reader is told that there are “one(s)” who have a key of David and they can choose to open something which then cannot be shut or they can close soemthing which then cannot be opened. So the power of “opening and closing” is given to the one with the “KEY OF DAVID”.

What is this key and how can we get it?. The name David means “beloved”.…one who is loved! As we read the rest of this passage, we are told that this one

has little power, has obeyed God’s message, and has not disowned God.

The beloved of God is a God-believer: one who believes in the living Reality of God’s Holy Presence; demonstrated through the death and resurrection of Jesus (God’s heart),and one who perseveres in following His will; demonstrated by obeying God’s commandments and teachings found in The Bible. This beloved one has the right to use the key of David.

So, today, why don’t you exercise this right God has given you. Open the door of your heart to new possibilities through the love of the Living God and close the door to past hurts and challenges that may have held you back. If you feel you don’t qualify as a beloved, just simply offer up a prayer to be God’s beloved through His beloved Son, Jesus (Yeshua) the Messiah. His Holy Presence is always waiting outside your door for a relationship with you.

Either way God has given you the right to a very special key, now use it!!!


The picture shown is a Jewish synagogue previously destroyed during WWII and restored by the Christians in the community of Decin, Czech Republic.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. March 5, 2015 5:58 pm

    Reblogged this on keyofzion and commented:

    I want to repost this because it shows through the picture that Christians are standing with Jewish brothers and sisters and today I have also had a new awakening about the “Key of David”. David was a man of prayer, he wrote most of the Psalms and they are first and foremost prayers. To have the Key of David is to have a “heart like David” and whose prayers show us the deeper way into a “praying relationship” with the Almighty!!!

  2. Gary permalink
    March 5, 2015 8:01 pm

    WOW! That blows my mind. Awesome!

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