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Which Road are You Travelling on?

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In life, we are all travelling on one road or the other! There are no deviations. We are either on the broad road which leads to destruction, or on the narrow road which leads to life. Which are you on?

The broad road is where the majority are travelling, and on the narrow road, there are but very few. The broad road is the easy road, it is a road where we do as we like, and answer to no-one, or so we think. It is an easy road compared to the narrow road. On the broad road, we can think we are good people, but God says in the Bible, that there are NO good people, No, not one! It is a “do it yourself” road where we make all the decisions and lead the life just as we want, pleasing our flesh. It is a road where no true God exists, but only maybe in our own imagination. Therefore we are answerable to no-one.

The narrow road is a hard and difficult road, hedged about with many thorns and briars. It is a road often of isolation, and many afflictions, but it is the only road which leads to God, the Father, through Jesus Christ, the son, who died that those on this narrow road might live forever in His holy presence. It is a road where its people can be persecuted, because they stand for truth and righteousness. They have been regenerated by the Holy Spirit and brought to faith in Christ, absolutely nothing of themselves. They have been “born again” spiritually. The world does not know them, because they are often hidden. They are not of the world but live to serve the Creator and are loved by God and they love Him in return.

They are in the world but not of the world. They are often ridiculed and despised, because they offend those on the broad road, wanting their fun and their own way.

This little tract is the truth, and if you are touched in your heart and challenged, then please turn to the Bible, the King James Version, and start reading the gospels found at the beginning of the New Testament: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.

God is a merciful God and His free grace and mercy can save you if He is leading you to repentance for all your sins. The Lord Jesus Christ died for sinners, and stood in their place on the Cross of Calvary. His precious blood cleanses from all sin and He imputes His righteousness to the sinner saved. Everyone on the narrow road has had the intervention of God in their lives and this brought them to repentance and faith, and there is nothing like it. The Bible says that the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ.

“Enter ye in at the strait gate: (the narrow road) for wide is the gate, and broad is the way (the broad/wide road) that leadeth to destruction and many there be which go in thereat:

Because strait is the gate (the narrow road) and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life and few there be that find it.” Matthew 7 v. 13-14.

Check out these scriptures yourselves, to confirm what is written.

The Bible is the inspired Word of God to mankind.


© March 2015 Rose Fenton

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