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Revelation 3:20

Komarin is a faith-inspired site sharing the good news of Christianity through engaging content. Taking its name from my late grandmother‘s creche, Komarin (kom-maar-in, meaning “come in”) refers to Revelation 3:20 – Here I am. I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, I will come in and eat with that person, and they with me This verse paints a poignant picture of God patiently waiting and knocking at the door of our hearts, longing for us to invite Him in. Just as a friend knocks to enter our home, God knocks on the door of our soul, hoping we’ll hear His voice calling out to us in love. All we need to do is open the door and welcome Him into our lives. My mission echoes my grandmother’s legacy of sharing God’s love without judgment or force – planting seeds of faith while respecting each soul’s personal journey to open that door in their own time.

My grandmother was an incredible, compassionate woman who shared her love for Jesus with everyone through her kind, non-judgmental actions rather than preaching. She enjoyed telling Bible stories to the children in her creche every Friday at an event she called “Good News.”

Though she passed away in 2015, her positive spirit, infectious humour, and valuable life lessons continue to inspire me.

Here are just 20 of the many valuable life lessons my grandmother imparted on me:

1. Get Rid of All the Negative Things in Your Life

Do a proper “house cleaning” and get rid of all those unnecessary things that you gather. This includes spiritual and emotional baggage. We fill our minds with thoughts that prevent us from moving forward. Habits that limit us. Diversions that take us down the wrong paths. Negative people who drain us. Fear that paralyzes us. Time that sabotages productivity. We concentrate so much on things that bring negativity into our lives that it doesn’t leave any room for positive energy in our lives… read more