The Narrow Gate means examine yourself closelyThe Narrow Gate means examine yourself closely. This book is direct and to the point. In it I share a word the church does not want to hear in this modern age of political correctness. But we really need to consider the implications. This is a concern very close to my heart when I look at the modern, largely apostate, church.

“You can enter God’s Kingdom only through the narrow gate. The highway to hell is broad, and its gate is wide for the many who choose that way. But the gateway to life is very narrow and the road is difficult, and only a few ever find it.” [Matthew 7:13–14 NLT]

We must start with the narrowness. Many people are made nervous by this. It is obvious that most pastors and priests are. How can you build a church by telling the people things like this? It is not good to talk about exclusiveness. This is certainly part of the narrowness of the gate. In modern America this is where we get into trouble very quickly from the PC media police.

Jesus could not have made it more clear. This aspect of the narrowness is made clear by many things he said. If you are into the words of Jesus typeset in red ink—these are in red. He lays it out boldly—in a way which cannot be ignored.

“Yes, I am the gate. Those who come in through me will be saved.” [John 10:9 NLT]

The Narrow Gate means examine yourself closely

However, it is obvious to us all that today many local church pastors have trouble saying that Jesus is the gate, the door to the life abundant. It is commonly not preached because the whole approach sounds a bit narrow-minded. But it is much stronger than that. As you will see in this book, many powerful, active church members will find themselves outside with no way to enter heaven. You need to read this book.

The six books listed below have been released in print, ePUB, Kindle, and several are available as audiobooks, also. Here are the titles & covers. You can click on the cover to go the the landing page of the book. They are all available in print, PDF, ePUB, and Kindle. Plus, all except Writing in Holiness, and Daily Deliverance are available as audio books.

Christian non-fiction: How to Teach the Bible — my best selling spiritual book An entertaining retail-style read on creationist and young-earth my view of what happened at the flood and what will happen at the Second Coming. Writing in Holiness presents the arguments writing books which are truly Christian—especially fiction. This is a discussion of how narrow the gate really is to enter into the Kingdom of God learning how to behave as the betrothed of JesusPractical tips for dealing with the needs of spiritual warfare in your daily life