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God's Pathway to Peace (24 of 33)
Series: Behold the Lamb
Ernest L. Easley
We find ourselves this morning again in John chapter 14 thinking under the heading: BEHOLD THE LAMB!
Now last Sunday from John 14.6... we learned that without the Way to God... there is no going! And without the Truth about God... there is no knowing! And without the Life of God... there is no living!
For Jesus said, ''I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me.'' In other words... the way to Heaven is not Jesus plus... it is Jesus period! And the reason that is so narrow is because it is truth!
Now keep in mind that those disciples had followed Jesus for three years. I mean... He was the center of their lives! Anytime they had a question... all they had to do was to ask Him and He would give them an answer! Anytime they had a problem... Jesus was just a few steps away! And by the way... anytime you have a problem or question... Jesus is not just a few steps away... He is just a prayer away! Amen?
Well... back in John 13.33, ''Little children, I shall be with you a little while longer. You will seek Me; and as I said to the Jews, 'Where I am going, you cannot come' so now I say to you.''
And then in the same breath... Jesus told Peter that he would deny Him three times before the rooster crows! And as a result... those disciple's world was rocked!
Friend... sooner or later your world will get rocked! And don't think you have to be old to have your world rocked! Job 14.1, ''Man who is born of woman is of few days and full of trouble.'' I'm talking to some children and teenagers this morning that start school this week... and believe me... before the first nine weeks of school is completed... your world will get rocked! In fact... tonight from the book of Proverbs... I want to share with you some ''Wisdom for the New School Year.'' So... you plan to be here tonight!
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