Hello Sister!
We thank God for bringing us into 2020

2020 is the beginning of a New Decade.
This is the year that is opening doors
 into the New Decade.
Our theme for Sister2Sister is “2020 Season of Open Doors
“I will go before you and level the mountains (to make the crooked places straight);
I will break in pieces the doors of bronze and cut asunder the bars of iron” Isaiah 45 vs 2

The doors which you have tried to go through and were previously shut will be open in this season
God Himself will go before you.
It will not be by might nor by power but by His Spirit if you surrender yourself to Him.
He will remove all previous hindrances.
He will “level the mountains (to make the crooked places straight)”
God will deal with your mountains
and your crooked places so that you will be empowered
to go through the doors when they open.
Nothing will
withstand you going through your doors.
God will “break in pieces the doors of bronze.” Bronze is a hard metal.
History records a period in which bronze was the hardest metal used which is known as the Bronze Ages.
What is before you can look and feel like a hard metal, but God will break it into pieces.
Doors are usually held by strong bars of iron so that they don’t fall.
Iron Bars represent strongholds in your life.

God says He is cutting these asunder that means removing them from your life.
Don’t allow the enemy to stop you
 from going through the doors
by reminding you of past or likely failures, these strongholds have been cut asunder.

Just like natural automatic doors they only open when you get close enough to the door to go through.
You also need
to have the courage to present yourself close to the door you are to go through.
If you are far from it, the door will not open.

So, what door does God what you to go through?
Present yourself before it and it will open.
When the door has opened remember
 a Sister.
There is a Sister who is waiting for a positive impact from you now that you have gone through.

There is a Sister who is waiting to go through the door with you.

Pastor Susan