“One day a man decided to board himself up inside his house.
“He sealed off the doors, the windows, even the chimney. He left only one opening – the kitchen window – through which anyone who wished to speak to him was forced to speak. Fortunately, there were people that still wished to speak to him, so they called on the man at his kitchen window.
“Over the years this fellow came to the conclusion that the world was such a place in which people only speak to one another through kitchen windows. He wrote a book in which he argued that human discourse cannot and does not take place in any other way than through kitchen windows.
“The Kitchen Window School was founded shortly after his death.
“Our experience of Jesus is limited most often by the limits we put on him!”
My wife has always said that we come to God with little bottles for Him to fill. He really wishes we would bring large jugs, but He will fill the tiny vessels we give Him anyway. We are the ones who limit God. He is more than willing to do abundantly above all we ask or think, but He allows us to put limits on His blessings.