Jesus, the Narrow Gate (Matthew 7:13-14)

Phill Howell, August 12, 2018
Part of the The Gospel According to Matthew series, preached at a Sunday Morning service

As we continue working through Matthew and the Sermon on the Mount we make our way to the conclusion of the sermon. In the first of a three part conclusion Jesus talks about the narrow gate vs. the broad gate, the narrow road vs. the broad road, the hard way vs. the easy way, the way that leads to life vs. the way that leads to destruction, and the way that few will find vs. the way many will choose.

Pastor Phill outlined his message with two questions:

1. Does Jesus want us to be narrow-minded?

2. Isn't the way of Jesus supposed to be easy?

Tags: Deuteronomy, Exclusivity of Christ, Gospels, Israel, Jesus, Judaism, Life, Matthew, Monotheism, Moralism, Moses, Narrow Gate, New Testament, One Way, Only Way, Pharisees, Sermon on the Mount, The Way, Truth, Way

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