Many paths may seem good
Thought of the day:
‘Many paths may seem good to man, but in the end they are seen to lead to death.’ Proverbs 14:12
Not infrequently, finding it difficult to find the desired path to the destination, we tried either to use either a map or a navigation system or even advice from others, with the precise purpose of gathering information. Necessary to take us to the harbor and direct us in the right direction or to the desired address.
After all, there is no greater drama and more terrible disappointment than finding out that after a long and difficult journey we have reached a wrong destination; And that’s only because we chose to follow our steps on the wrong map, on the advice of others, or, even more dramatically, as we rightly thought was best when we set out.
The same is true when we discuss our journey through this life; Because living in a world of offerings, in which all sorts of religious ideas show us all sorts of meanings of the shortcuts that lead to heaven, it is easy to understand why humanity is struggling in absolute confusion and at the same time In overwhelming ignorance of the Truth.
I know better … it’s the favorite answer of each of us.
And yet, even if the evil one in his express desire to cut off our access to the truth has always succeeded in cleverly ruining the image of God’s prophets, what he could never compromise is a ‘book’ often forgotten on the shelf with dusty junk. And the carelessness of everyday life.
An ancient map of the road to the Creator, which mankind generically calls the Bible, a collection of mysterious manuscripts that describe in great detail the only path that can lead to eternal happiness.
By learning to lead your life according to this precise map, you will fully understand why the Savior of the world said just before His ascension to heaven: ‘I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life, and no one comes to the Father except through me.’
Pastor Florin Antonie