Many unique doors are tucked away waiting to be discovered in our village. They say something about the character of the owner or the function of the building to which they give access. A stranger passing may imagine the folks living there to be traditional and conservative or fun-loving and offbeat just by the appearance of the door to their home.
Concerning spiritual matters, popular opinion may say all the doors are good; choose whichever one appeals. And each person is free to make that choice. But the One who declared Himself both Son of Man and Son of God did not hesitate to claim to be the only door (John 10:9), and what an amazing door He is. If we could see with our natural eyes what lies beyond each of those doors, there would be no contest.
All the promises in John, chapter 14, are beyond that Door, available to anyone who chooses to open and enter. For many the ultimate one must be His promise to come and show Himself to the person who ventures in. (verses 21 and 23) Which of those other doors can be opened to reveal a living, loving Redeemer? What a privilege to have had this Door pointed out to me; to have been welcomed inside to see and know for myself that what He says is true; and to be able to share directions with anyone who is interested.