The Road You Choose
The Narrow Way
13 “ Enter by the narrow gate; for wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and there are many who go in by it. 14 Because narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to life, and there are few who find it.
As I was awakening the morning of 03/09/2015, the Lord dropped the following word into my spirit. The narrow road is a hard road full of obstacles to hinder your journey. The narrow road has a specific destination it leads to as does the wide road. One, the narrow road, is the only one that ultimately leads to eternal life. As I am writing this I see 2 visions one of a man standing before the 2 roads deciding on which one to take. In the second vision I saw the 2 roads and the narrow road was more of a foot path. It was so narrow that the only way to walk on it was one foot in front of another like you would see a circus performer walking along a tight rope. The narrow road is not an easy road because, as I said above it is full of obstacles to block your way, discourage you, and ultimately get you to leave that path and start down the broad road. David said that the Word of God was a lamp for his feet and a light unto his path. He was speaking of natural darkness here and the lamp that he would have used was on a chain and it was held near the feet. I had a dream several years ago that I am reminded of as I write this post. In this dream my eyes were bandaged so obviously I could not see where I was going. The road upon which I was traveling was full of rocks, some very jagged. Then I saw that Jesus, the living word, had both of my hands and His eyes were on my feet. He was walking backwards as I walked forwards. I had to listen to His every word in order to keep from falling and injuring myself. Jesus was concerned about my feet on the path.
Glory to God
24 Now to Him who is able to keep you from stumbling,
And to present you faultless
Before the presence of His glory with exceeding joy,(NKJVS)
God’s word is truth. Lies are told but truth must be sought out diligently and it’s only found on the narrow path. We get to choose the road be it straight and narrow or broad. We don’t ,however, get to choose its final destination.