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In our latest episode, we confront the challenging teachings within the Gospel of Matthew, where the path to eternal life is revealed to be not a wide avenue open to all, but a narrow gate reserved for those truly committed to God’s will. This is no stroll through comfortable spirituality; rather, it’s a wake-up call to examine the authenticity of our beliefs and the courage to follow the road less traveled.
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Welcome to the line with us. A podcast serving Christian man who are hungry to be the leaders got, intend you to be? I’m your host, chris Granger, let’s jump in. All right, guys, it is meat episode time. I’m excited to have you here. Let’s get right into the world.
Okay, so the scripture week this week, then the book of Matthew and, quite frankly, just so you know, we’ll be in the book of Matthew today. That’s where we spend all our time. But we’re looking at chapter seven, verse 23,. Because I will tell them plainly, I never knew you. Away from me, evil, still hard script. Go back and listen to the scripture, kick off. I mean highly encourage you, do that. I packed that scripture at length, trying to give you ways to simplify the flights of your walk. A hope that helps you.
Okay, but ultimately, what we’re going to be looking at today is this basic question Do all people go to heaven? And I know this is a this can be touchy. Lots of people get have all sorts of thoughts and my ideas around this. We need to understand that God’s kingdom is reserved to those who immediately follow him. That is a simple, salient truth that I’m not going to bury from, even though it’s not popular to say, because here’s the world. The world wants us to live by the doctrine.
According to Oprah, that’s what it is. What does she say? There’s many ways to heaven. They can’t just be one way to get in. Come on now. So this has got to be this. This is this old way of thinking of Jesus. This is the only way is wrong. Oh, and this is new age thinking and a lot of people out there scribe to it because they’re thinking of it is like a destination, right, and just like when you go on a going on a road trip maybe going on a road trip this year and you want to put in a route, you want to put in your final destination where you’re going, and that route gives you on my iPhone I’m sure yours as well Several different ways. Right, go this path and avoid a toll. You go this way and be more, more scenic. You go. This is the more direct way. Whatever you have, you have, you have options. We love options, don’t we? We just do, and things like this. Thinking like that is why people get confused on who gets to go to heaven, because people like Oprah bless her heart, all the people out there who think this way, they have it wrong. It’s not an open ticket, it’s not, it’s just not.
And when you deal with heavy topics, don’t just deal with them with what words that you hear on podcast. Don’t just trust. Because Chris said this I’m going to go straight to the word of God and I’m going to see what the word of God tells us. I’m going to share this truth and we’re going to let that truth, his truth, be what guides and directs us, because that’s, ultimately, that’s all that matters. Now. This lesson actually taught this lesson last year and inside our study school class and my wife at the end of it, she was like that was really good, made me think, challenged me. Thank you, she shared this with the podcast. I said oh no, I’m down baby, it’s whatever you think. So I was surprised because when I put this lesson together, it’s definitely not a touchy feeling, make you feel good type of lesson, right.
But the other day is Christian being. That’s what we’re not called to, that we’re called to some hard stuff. We are so taking a hard look at truths like this. So important, so important. Let’s get right in. Let’s look at two verses. So we’re going to be in the book of Matthew today. Okay, so look at Matthew seven. Let’s look at verses 13 and 14.
Very, I’ll just go read them here real quick. They were kind of unpacking together says enter through the Darragate, for the gate is wide and the way is broad, at least destruction. There are many who enter through it, for the gate is small and the way is there that leads to life, and there are a few who find it. So most people just don’t believe scripture like this. They just don’t because it’s 180 degrees or the world.
Once you believe and you might break it, it could be scary. It could be scary to read stuff like it and start sitting around really thinking about it. Because we live in a world that likes our choices, right. Think about the last time you went to a restaurant that we’ve already talked about, the GPS. Now think about a restaurant. How many options put. It’s crazy, right. Or maybe you’re in the market for a new car and just look at all the different features and benefits and colors and options. I want this thing, I don’t want that. Oh God, I have the heated seat. You got to make sure you have a couple over here. All different things, right. Or just close your mentor department store lately Rack put, rack put rack, of different styles, different colors, different things to suit everybody who walks in the store flavor.
But Jesus, he breaks it down pretty simple 2 verses right here. We got 2 options you got His way or you got your way, or you can think about it like this you have destruction or you have life. That’s really it. And look at verse 13, enter through the narrow gate, for the gate is widened, the way is broad. It leads to destruction. There are many who enter through it.
Gates are important. They give us access to places that we want to get to Right. And Jesus does some pretty good comparing and contrasting here. And I’m so thankful for this and His teaching, because sometimes I just need help discerning. I really do. Discerning scripture can be hard, but he lays out a picture that makes sense Because we see that immediate instruction, the immediate instruction to enter through the narrow gate, the smaller one, and it’s smaller. Guess what? It’s probably harder to find at times. That’s His way and we’re going to see as we study this further. It’s the only way. That’s it. Now.
Think about a massive gate, maybe just a picture of your mind, a freeway, interstate system, biggest one you’ve been on. Think like 10 ways, 10 lanes each way. Right, this thing is massive. You have a huge gate leading to that. You get on that freeway, buddy, you can just roll. Maybe the speed limit is like 90. You’re going down the street right, rock it and roll. There’s lots of opportunities to make choices. With that freedom, you can switch lanes that you want. You don’t have to get worried about getting behind some tractor on that interstate. No, just go, we go, roll. And with that freedom, what happens a lot of times? Accidents, wrecks. So in general, we all know the inherent risk that comes with getting on an interstate, but we do it anyway, right, why? But we got places to go. We can’t be slowed down. It’s so much easier to drive fast. Usually interstates are smoother usually and at the same time, we can never know if we’re on that wide gate, within that wide gate, that open, wide path, that we could be literally on the highway to hell. Thank you, acdc. Right, we can’t.
I look at verse 14, for the gate is small and the way is narrow. That leads to life. There are a few that find. Here’s where we get the contrast Small and narrow. Okay, I like small, narrow when it comes to my waistline, right. But when it comes to roads, not so much. And when you look at the Greek word here for narrow, it actually means to press hard against. So now Jesus is telling us right here that his way is the only way and we can actually. You won’t. You won’t even for more proof on that. Just look at John 14 real quick. John 14, verse 6, tells us this I am the truth of life. No one comes to father but through me. But he is the only way we get that. But in his way it’s going to be difficult. Press hard against to navigate, and not many people will want to do it. Right? Why would anybody want to take that path? Think about that for a second. Why would you want to go through the narrow path of how the path? The path is going to press hard against you at all turns? Why would you want to do that? No, the reason I could think of is that one part of scripture where he says the hard, narrow road leads to life.
If you’ve ever been lost before, finally get to that landmark that you recognize, right? Okay, finally see that. You know that at least you’re not lost anymore. Now, does that landmark, does the fact that you see that landmark make the path any easier? No, it doesn’t. It doesn’t make the any path any easier moving forward, but it does give you assurance and now you know where you’re headed and that’s with Jesus. That’s the way. It’s not about easier, it’s about better, and we need to recognize that from Scripture right here. It’s not about being an easier path, but there is a better path with you.
So if you start thinking about this, just these two verses right here, there are gates, wide gates, the path of the world, what the world is a desire, the path that you know Christ is calling to, which already. Go go down, because you may. You may run into ridicule just by picking that narrow game. Dude, what are you doing? There’s so much easier way. This is easier over here. Just come over here with the rest of us, careful. You have to make a decision for yourself. Are you going to run with the pack, knowing that, literally, highway to hell could be playing in the background and guys are flying, have a great time? That in destination is not somewhere you want to be, or are you going to choose your heart? Now Go to the small, narrow path, the path that’s where you pressed hard against. You could choose your heart now. You could choose your heart later. Get to pick these two verses right here. It’s been signed. Now we’re going to see next what happens to people who even claim for God while they’re here. The scriptures will give us some good insights. Let’s take a quick break. We’ll be right back and we’ll keep digging this together.
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So let’s dig right into the scripture together. We’re going to be looking at Matthew 7, 15 through 20. So we just talked about the gates. Okay, what we’re really unpacking today is will all people go to heaven? We need to understand this. We’re hitting this hard old directly with God’s word. Now let’s read 15 through 20.
Okay, beware of the false prophets who come to you in sheep’s clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves. You’ll know them by their fruits. Grapes are not gathered from the thorn bushes, nor figs from thistles Are they. So every good tree bears good fruit, but the bad tree bears bad fruit. A good tree cannot produce bad fruit, nor a bad tree produce good fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown to the fire. So then you will know them by their fruits.
All right, now this is kind of like a big public service announcement. Okay, and we need to think of through this, because we chose that narrow gate Right and we will start walking through it. Everything that for Ben forth will be reflected in our actions. This is where we got to start thinking about let’s unpack this together. Let’s look at very closely verse 15, because it talks about being proper. I’ll be where false prophets who comes to you in sheep clothing but in and really a ravenous wolves. So what someone says to you, watch out what comes to mind For me. I think about well, I better be on alert, darn up, let’s pay attention, I’m locked in, don’t get distracted or lose focus.
And I like going hunting season, things like this. It’s something fun for me and I think it’s pretty awesome because I’m a year, because I get to work camo. Quite frankly, I work camera year round and camo, other than just being awesome, it goes with everything. There are many different styles. At the end of the day, that camo serves one purpose I Don’t want that animal to detect me, whether I’m shooting deer or turkey or whatever it may be that I’m hunting, right, I don’t want it to be to see me and I want to blend in.
And the same way we sneak around in the woods and not be seen, there are people, people Rolling around right now pretending to be righteous and, at the end of the day, they’re trying to serve themselves instead of God. I’m telling you, fellas, we see this all the time. They are ravenous wolves. These guys are trying to take you out. They’re trying to take your families out. They’re trying to take your kids out to try to take you out to work, to try to take you out on the freeway. They’re trying to take you out everyone.
And what we have to do is recognize that as you go and we’re gonna see how we recognize that, as we guess we did consider this here to the scriptures, but right here, when you have wolves Around your sheep, you need a sheep dog To check them, as that sheep dog. He’s always looking, he’s paying attention, he is only alert, he’s ready. And that’s what you have called, called to do as a leader of your family to be a sheep dog. Can’t outsource this. It’s not something that you can hire security guard. Nope, you have to be the sheep dog. You know how do you recognize them? Oh, get verse 16. You will know them by their fruit.
Drapes are not gathered from thorns, thorne bushes, nor figs from this was are they? He tells us. The fruit so right here in this scripture through the spirit, hadn’t been given yet. But it’s cool that Jesus uses another practical example that will connect with the people around him, because fruit was a big deal back in this time. Right, this culture, this time it was huge, still big day. I love fruit right first, personally, you had things like raisins, yet dates, yet wine, all these things that came to sustain their life, these vines and bushes that produced this fruit. Back then they would have been taken care of. Have you ever done any garden? Guess what you pull out? You get all the weeds and the thorns and the bushes, all that stuff. You get it out. That stuff would have been trimmed back.
It’s interesting to know that Jesus says by the fruit. We’re gonna recognize them. As I read. I read that as our actions matter, we’re not talking about workspace righteous, righteous, righteousness, jesus, louise. We’re not talking about that, fellas. No, we’re talking about our actions, about walking with him. That should change our works because we want to do what he caused us to do this fruit right here. You will recognize it by their fruits.
If you don’t see this fruit show up in other people’s lives, I’m telling you be careful. Oh, joy, peace, patience, kind of goodness, faithfulness, general self-control. You don’t see things like that in people’s lives. Be careful. You may be dealing with a wolf, I’m telling those. That is real. They are out there. They’re trying to take you out.
Now look at nineteen to seventeen to nineteen, fellas. Good tree has good fruit. Bad trees bear bad fruit. That’s basic, one-on-one. A good tree cannot produce bad fruit. A bad tree cannot produce good fruit. Every true to treat is not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown to the fire.
We recognize this. This is one-on-one gardening. You are good fruit. You better plant some good trees.
You know, the best example I’ve heard lately is if you went to a pine tree and you just nailed on ours to it. Right, does that make it an orange tree? Heck, no, ridiculous, because it’s at its core. That pine tree is just trying to be an orange tree. Right, it hasn’t changed. But we surrender to the Lord, said with Jesus Christ, we are no longer just pine trees with an orange orange nail to us, pretending to be something that we’re not. No, we surrender to him. We begin to produce good fruit that’s worth getting pumped up about. That’s worth it. Get excited. That’s the fruit of the spirit. Right. And for the bad ones, hey, there’s gonna be a day. Where’s bonfire time? Fellas, and I love a bonfire. Just, this good old boy grew up in the country. There’s nothing like a bonfire. You want to see? Get me excited, though, like something on fire.
Let’s just sit around, talk, cuz Jesus is direct here, and it’s not to scare you but to make you recognize how vitally important it is to see the right way, to see his way. And right here we see the very last verse. You will know them by their fruits. How do you recognize a Christian, a Christian? Think about that. How do you recognize I’m the fellow Christian? How would fellow Christian recognize you? That could be even harder one to think about right.
I said, the end of the day, the evidence in our life of fruit is the only recognition we have. Right, we’re not gonna always get it right. Don’t hold yourself to some standard. I get it wrong all the time. Just ride me to carpool or go me to a basketball game or something like that and you gonna see me a guy that has a long way to go. But for the most part, you should see some evidence in their life of the Holy Spirit moving and their walk of obedience to that. And when you see that you should encourage people, it should encourage you. It’s pretty incredible when you see that people actually surrender to the Lordship of Jesus Christ and they’re letting him guide and direct them and they’re not trying to do anything their own way. I’m telling you this is the difference. This is rubber meeting road. This is where we have to truly say okay, I believe this, I will walk this out. If you’re Christian, you know what you have to do and the reason.
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All right, fellas, we’re back here now, so let’s get right into it. So we’ve been talking about, you know, will all people go to heaven? That’s a hard question to answer. I’m not paying people to like the answer. We know the answer. We talked about gates narrow and wide gate, and we just spent a lot of time talking about fruit, the fruit, good fruit, bad fruit, how that is going to be pruned out of our life and how that’s going to be pruned, ultimately, out of heaven. Right, that’s not going to allow bad fruit into heaven.
Now let’s look at the verses here 21 through 23 of Matthew 7. And I’m not reading these to scare you. I’m reading these to share the truth. Let’s read it together Everyone who says to me, lord, lord, we’ll enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of my father, who is in heaven, we’ll enter. Many will say to me on that day Lord, lord, did we not prophecy? Name your name, cast out demons and, in your name, perform many miracles. And I will declare to them I never, apart from you, who practice lawlessness, here on my arm, standing up fellas. This is our wake up call as we’re trying to deal with the gravity of what Jesus is teaching us right here. This is our wake up call.
And verse 21, it starts us. It tells us, not everyone who says to me Lord, lord, heaven, think about this. There’s going to be people that you know who think they’re getting in, but in reality they’ll never get in, because that’s a sad reality. It’s a scary reality, but he shows us right here. He who does the will of my father in heaven will answer. We get that. We get that. You know what, if I just do what the Holy Spirit’s called me to do, if I’m obedient in that, I will enter the kingdom of heaven. But it’s not my work, it’s by his grace.
Now let’s look real quickly. I want to share something in first Timothy, chapter two, verse four Get it right here. Because who desires all men to be saved, come to the knowledge of truth? That’s what he wants. His desire is for us to surrender to him, be obedient to the Holy Spirit. God does not want us to miss this. That’s not what he’s after.
But we do have to take some action. We do have to move. We do have to get off of Top Dead Center and do something and not just sit around and think that you know what? I got time. I’m just telling you, fellas, we have to ask for it. You have to ask it for his will. I mean, look at Matthew 7, 7 and 8. You have to suppose, you have to ask. Don’t be like them. Before you follow those, before you ask them, you need to talk to them. You need to say okay, father, what are you trying to show me? Ask it, it will be given to you. Seeking you? A fine, Not going to door, be open. Everyone who asks for these, everyone who seeks, finds it. He who knocks will be open. It will be open. We have to just take that request directly to him.
Then look at verse 22. Verse 22 is encouraging to me because many will say to me hey, I did the prophesying, I did the casting out demons, I performed many miracles. What that tells me is it’s not about works. If you’re trying to do this thing called life without Jesus, you’re going to get it wrong, because works are not inherently bad. They’re not. They just don’t do anything for us when we have met the Holy Spirit.
There are so examples of Bible over and over and over again where people did stuff and it wasn’t from God. It’s not bad stuff If you have met the Holy Spirit. You’re totally missing the point. Because if you refuse salvation, what’s the last verse? Say I never knew you. I never knew you. You practice lawlessness. If you refuse salvation, there’s going to be eternal separation from God. So how do you make sure that doesn’t happen to you? Well, you better start surrendering, surrender to the Lordship of Christ. You got to repent and you baptize and you better start doing whatever he tells you to do, because road is narrow, it really is. But I want to hear you. We should all flip over to Matthew 25. You can hear my Bible flipping right now.
Flip over to Matthew 25, look at verse 21. Let that just soak in right here. His master said well done, good and faithful slave. You were faithful in a few things. I will put you in charge of me. Enter into the joy of your master. That’s what we were desired to hear, fellas. But you just don’t hear that just by hoping. No, you got to put your hope in something and that something is Christ. Right, and make sure you don’t miss this, fellas and I know we talked about some heavy stuff on this episode.
The alternate question Won’t all people go to heaven? Answers no, they’re not. But you have an opportunity today. If you’ve never surrendered to the Lordship of Christ, then you need to surrender. And if you have surrendered to the Lordship of Christ and you have people in your life that you have questions about. It’s time to take some action. And the conversation. It may be super awkward and uncomfortable, but would you rather be awkward and uncomfortable right now, save them from a life separated from Christ or just live with that reality that you had an opportunity but you never did anything? It’s not a sharing Christ. It’s not. You’ll get judged. You’ll get looked at. You can persecute people. Thank you, that was that crazy Greek Jesus guy. Again, be okay with some of that Recognize. It’s not about you.
These verses that we just read today Matthew 7, they are hard to swallow, they are hardy. But if you take the time, let the Holy Spirit speak to you, listen to his word. When you get hard questions, like when all people go to heaven, you take it and you prove tested against his word, then you have that wisdom and discernment. Now you got to do something. You do something with it by sharing it with others, sharing the good news. That’s because you try to scare them to make a decision, because you want to show them truth. You know old Jayce talks about how did you get here? You know we’re going to do why you’re here Now you’ll get off? How are you getting out of here? That’s three questions he uses to get started. Remember you used to get you going to having conversations about kingdom. That’s fine, but don’t, don’t. Don’t fall into that wide movement down. They’re not.
If you have a pastor is preaching that they won’t think about, it could be time to find another church. There is only one way. There’s only one way. It’s not easy. You will be pressed hard against when you walk with him, but it is better.
I spoke about this on that spiritual kickoff. It is better. That’s what I want. It’s a little better Because I’m not trying to promise you easy. Oh, it’s so good to try to pull wool over your eye. Not about being about that. I want you to think about that Really. Stuff like this encourages you. My encouragement you would be just get into God’s word. Spend more time with him. Don’t worry about what I say or what other pastors say. Was he telling you? Get along with you, quiet. Think about what the Holy Spirit is trying to build today.
Because you may read Matthew. Go through Matthew 13 through 23, like we just read. We just looked at 10 verses. You may get something completely different out of that. That’s why this word is living and breathing, so use it. So, guys, get out there, share it with other people. Hopefully this helps you. If you have questions about your salvation, look, reach out.
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Fruit-bearing trees and wolves in sheep’s clothing—our discussion ventures into the parable-rich domain of Jesus’ words to discern the genuine from the counterfeit in our faith journey. We peel back the layers of spiritual health, leadership within our circles, and the impact of living a life that mirrors the fruits of the Spirit. Each action and decision we take becomes a testament to our transformation in Christ, and this episode guides listeners in distinguishing the true manifestations of a life lived in harmony with the divine.
Concluding with a powerful reminder, we address the essence of salvation and the necessity of obedience to Christ beyond mere verbal confession. Emphasizing that works are not the ticket to salvation but rather markers of a surrendered heart, the episode calls on listeners to embrace a transformative relationship with Jesus. As we wrap up, we extend an invitation to support one another in the Lion community, sharing the gospel and living out the command to love our neighbors as ourselves, with the hope of one day hearing, “Well done, good and faithful servant.
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