One Way: Jesus by Nelson Price

ONE WAY: JESUS
NELSON PRICE
JOHN 14: 6
10/25/98

JESUS CHRIST left us a legacy of love and truth. In love He spoke
truth. What He said is always best for us to know, but it isn't always
what we want to know.

Jesus Christ was God incarnate. That is, God in flesh and blood.
He was the God man walking and talking. When He spoke it was
the voice of God speaking. His words rang with the realism of
eternity. Being love embodied His disclosure became love
revealed.

On the eve of His crucifixion He had one last time to share insights.
This was more than a mere pep talk. He is sharing how we can live
in contact with Him and eventually share His dwelling place,
Heaven. It is fitting that a persons few remaining words should be
important ones. He wasted no time comforting His followers.

After hearing Christ speak of going away to His Father's house of
many mansions and assuring them they would soon join Him,
Thomas asked a question: "Lord, we do not know where you are
going, and how can we know the way?" (Vs. 5).

Christ did not defer from sharing one of the most important realities
of all. It is a truth for which His followers are often criticized. He
said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life, no man comes to the
Father but by Me."

"I" is emphatic meaning, "I and no other always am the only way."

Our pluralistic society prefers to hear there are many different
paths but all lead to the same destination. Confidently we are told
we are working to go to the same place.

If what Jesus said is true, and it is, and you wanted to mislead
people into not getting to the Father what lie would you perpetuate?
The deceiver has created numerous counterfeits and in this way he
leads many on dead end paths.

If we believe what Jesus said was true we cannot remain mute. If
you had friends in a building on fire and you knew a way out and
they didn't what would be the most loving thing you could do?

Would it be ...


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