The road that leads to life

6 April 2020

Series: Devotional

Topic: Bible, road, the road

The road that leads to life

In Matthew 7:13-14, we read, “Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate, and narrow is the way that leads to life, and only a few find it.”

Do you walk on the way that leads to life?

If you do, consider yourself blessed because Jesus Himself said few would find it, and you are one of them who have found it. But how do you know you are walking the way that leads to life? What if you are walking on the road leading to destruction?

When Jesus uses the expression, the way that leads to life, He is quoting Isaiah 35:8 and Psalm 16:11. So if we are to make sure we are walking the way that leads to life, we have to know what Isaiah 35:8 and Psalm 16:11 is referring to.

Psalm 16:11 and Isaiah 35:8 is a direct reference to the Torah (what we Christians call the written law of Moses.)

So now we know what Jesus is saying in Matt 7:13-14 is this if you walk in obedience to the written laws of Moses, you will find the way that leads to life.

Are you walking the way that leads to life, in obedience to the written law of Moses as Jesus told us to do? The sad truth is this, most Christians rejected Moses a long time ago, and they are walking the way that leads to destruction. There is still time to come back to the road to life, to Moses with faith in the cross.

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