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If you’ve chosen to go along...read this Matthew 7:13

The gate most chosen

Can Christians find the gate that leads to life?

The Large and Small Gates - Matthew 7:13 “Enter God’s kingdom through the narrow gate. The gate is large and the road is wide that leads to ruin. Many people go that way. 14 But the gate is small and the road is narrow that leads to life. Only a few people find it.
A message for the church only:

If you’ve chosen to go along with the movements, institutions and cultures that redefined marriage, gender, identity, right-to-life and sexual morality, then you’ve taken the large gate along with many others.

That path leads to death and this message is for you if you identify as Christian.

Matthew 7:21 “Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven. Only those who do what my Father in heaven wants will enter.

My prayer is that this writing makes all of us uncomfortable and that we wake up so Jesus doesn't tell us that He never knew us! 

The Holy Bible is clear about how God established our humanity along with the institutions and practices that make us humans created in His image. He made us higher than the angels and animals and we have the freedom to choose how we live. But we cannot change God's commands.

We know Israel's failed history, what they did that was wrong before God, and yet we persist in engaging in the same sinful living while thinking God is fine.

He is the ultimate judge.

You and I won’t be able to change how we lived our lives after we die. 

The people and institutions we tried to impress and go along with won't be there to save us or vouch that we were good people with good hearts.  

Excuses won't matter to Jesus.

Matthew 7:23 Then I will tell them clearly, ‘I never knew you. Get away from me, you who do evil!’

The day will come when you arrive in front of His throne. Will He know YOU?  


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