The narrow road

TThe narrow road is tight and weaving full of twists and turns, trials and despairs… all safely guarded in the dark by our Lord, His mother, all the Saints and Angels waiting for at the end in Glory and Light for our eternal reward… LIFE. The path that is wide is the path we find ourselves on when we listen to the world, the path is grassy, green, full of delights, food, drink 🍸 holidays, status, cars, technology, internet, fashion, beauty of skin guarded by doctors who can give you a pill to keep you ‘alive’ and when the path ends there is nothing….
St Michael the Archangel, pray for us. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻


The metaphor of God providing two ways, one good and one evil, was a common one in the Jewish literature of the period. It appears in the Old estament in Deuteronomy 30:19 and Jeremiah 21:8. A somewhat similar metaphor appears at Luke 13:24. The context and phrasing of Luke are quite different from that here in Matthew, and Davies and Allison suggest that this makes it less likely that this saying comes from Q.[3] Luz supports the idea that the two gate metaphor was present in Q, and that the author of Matthew merged it with the well known two paths metaphor to create this verse.[4]

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