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The Narrow Gate » Bookgurl99

Posted by Lou Pilder on June 27, 2002, at 14:58:08

In reply to Re: A Phanerosis » bookgurl99 » lou pilder, posted by Bookgurl99 on June 26, 2002, at 13:47:00

KK asked you to review the history of my posting here. In the history , you will see a post about "The Narrow Gate." The Narrow Gate is a Gate on the Road to overcomming that we must go through to recieve The Crown of Life.
The Narrow Gate is like a turnstile. You can not take anything with you in order to go throgh that Gate. Also, you must go alone. Also, the Gate opened to "The Clown's Entrance". You see, some people will laugh at you for going through that Gate. Then there was a Narrow Path that led to a circus. I found that the circus is a symbol of the world in my experiance. And the
Narrow Path was straight. It was straight because once you are on the path, there won't be any diversions. It will be a straight walk. You will not be able to veer to one side. This is good! For there are boundries on each side of the path so that you can travle it easily.
When I was in the City of Peace, The Rider said to me," Come into me, all you that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn of me, for my yoke is EASY and my burden is light."
Along the Road , you will be tempted. But in the City of Peace, I was told,"Blessed is the one that endurs temptation: for when he is tried, he shall receive the crown of life."
I will explain more, next.




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