One Way

A number of years ago while serving in the U.S. Army, I was stationed at Arlington Hall Station in Arlington, Va. During that time I was the non-Commissioned Officer in charge of local procurement. The duties of this position required travel into the local towns for the purchase of certain items. The cities of Alexandria, Va. and Washington, D.C. can be very troublesome to the driver who is not familiar with the streets. And just to make driving all the worse, there were those ‘oft familiar’ “One Way” signs. There were times when it seemed almost impossible to get from one place to another because of those “One Way”signs.

However, the “One Way” signs were there for a purpose, that being the orderly flow of traffic. It didn’t take long for me to learn that if ever I was to get to where I was going, then the “One Way” signs had to be used.

For the sojourners of this life, to get to Heaven they must go by THE ONE WAY. In John 14:6, responding to a question by Thomas, Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father but by me.” Did you notice that Jesus did not say that He was a way among many? He said, “I am the way.” In other words, what Christ was saying is that if we ever expect to go to Heaven, we must do so by way of Him. Just as there is a reason for “One Way” signs in a city, there is a reason for Christ being THE ONE WAY to Heaven. Please allow me to briefly explain why. . . .


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