Matthew 7:13-14 "Enter by the narrow gate. For the gate is wide and the way is easy that leads to destruction, and those who enter by it are many. For the gate is narrow and the way is hard that leads to life, and those who find it are few."
The choice between these two paths is based upon only one thing. If we were to ask what that one thing was would you know it? I bet many would not. Why? Because it has never been taught to us. But it is the fundamental point of which road you take. This concept was depicted also in The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost that so many of us had to memorize in formal education. The answer is TRUTH!
Many of you have determined that your truth is told by someone else. In this case, you travel the wide gate. The gate made easy by accepting truth from someone else perspective. This gate that you try to get everyone else to follow.
Some of you have determined that your truth is done by research, study and understanding. In this you look to scripture to provide those truths. In this case, you travel the narrow gate. The gate no made easy because you have to act to learn, speak to God and listen for clear discernment. This is a gate which you may learn the truth but fail to share it because of fear of reprisal against yourself. In following this direction, even if you have learned the truth you have reverted back to the wide gate which limits your personal exposure.
Many of you are struggling with family members or friends who have taken the false injection and based upon some knowledge you know this is not the way of God. In fact, you have been told this is not because you have been told that it is our DNA which connects to God. We have even provided scientific evidence of this. But, for some, this makes no difference. They have chosen the wide gate towards self destruction. This weighs on your conscious becasue you have a heavy heart towards the potential loss of a friend or family member.
The truth is not easy. The responsibility of truth in not easy. However, the peace of truth is to live your life for and is the narrow gate. We are to be the watchers of the wall. This means that we are to do everything humanly possible to tell the truth in whatever way, manner or construct to get people to understand. To not do so is the wide gate approach. It is only when we have done everything humanly possible to get people to understand the truth that you are no longer responsible to God for their actions.
This world and humanity has free choice. But as we are required to do we must tell everyone the truth no matter how hard it is or how difficult it becomes. In doing so, then we can have peace in knowing that we have done everything humanly possible and the decision of others or no longer ours to bear as watchers of the wall.
To direct someone to someone else and not take the responsibility of truth we have failed our responsibility of the watchers of the wall and as such will be held personally accountable. Think of these things when you sit there and make decisions as to what you will or not do in relationship to what God has commanded us to do.