How many crises would be avoided if we chose the narrow way?
Matthew 7:12 “Always treat others as you would like them to treat you; that sums up the teaching of the Torah and the Prophets.
13 “Go in through the narrow gate; for the gate that leads to destruction is wide and the road broad, and many travel it; 14 but it is a narrow gate and a hard road that leads to life, and only a few find it.
I knew when my beloved related to me something of what he heard from Dr. David Jeremiah earlier this morning that I would have to write about it today.
How many crises in our world would be avoided if we chose the narrow road?
How many women would avoid a crises pregnancy? How many people would avoid contracting a STD if the narrow way was their choice? How many adulterous affairs would be circumvented if people would choose the narrow way? How many rapes, murders, thefts, and the lists could go on and on would not occur if people traveled the narrow road?
Millions, even billions, of dollars are spent each year to deal with the consequences of folks’ refusal to choose the narrow way. How foolish is it for the powers that be to strategically, step by step, remove from the public arena the very teaching, if accepted, could reduce government spending AND deter millions of lives from being decimated on the Wide Road? As the movie GOD’s Not Dead spoke so well we do not want to FORCE you to take the Narrow Road, we just want the opportunity to discuss your options with you. If you give a good listen, you might be pleasantly surprised. 🙂
ABBA, it is my prayer that in Your grace and mercy You will grant grace and space for America’s repentance. It is my prayer that You will bring a holy boldness to Your Church to extravagantly love people as we look to You and rely on You HOLY SPIRIT for opportunities, resources and courage to teach Your Word to every soul who will listen.
Day 113 of 2014, praying for revival in the Body of CHRIST.
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Kathie Whitestone Thompson
Follower of Christ. Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Great-Grandmother. Some call me a teacher. Some say I'm a prayer warrior. A few accredit me with some writing skills. Me? I say I'm a work in slow progress, looking for perfection in eternity and until then having all the holy fun I know how.