Luke 13

Read Luke 13 in your Bible. Or you can also read it here.

“Make every effort to enter through the narrow door, because many, I tell you, will try to enter and will not be able to.” – Luke 13:24

If you have accepted Jesus as Lord and Savior, then you can look forward to spending eternity in heaven with Him. Jesus is the narrow door. As Jesus said in John 14:6, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” Jesus is the only way to salvation. And Jesus will accept anyone who accepts Him. As it says in John 3:16, “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” See that one word in there that says “whoever.” That means you and me. If we believe in Him, we shall not perish, but have eternal life.

You might get stuck on the words in this verse that say, “many … will try to enter and will not be able to.” This might make us worry and wonder if we will not be able to enter. But Jesus knows who is sincere and who truly believes in Him, versus who is putting on appearances. The Lord can see our hearts. If you have sincerely accepted the Lord, then you have nothing to fear.

(If you have not accepted Jesus yet, but you are ready to take that step, go here. This will be the best decision of your life.)

I feel this verse in Luke is also a reminder of how we should live our lives. The world will lead us down a broad road. But we are called to a higher purpose. We will make choices in our lives that the world will ridicule. Sometimes we might be ignored and overlooked. But it is important to remember that being left out is a good thing. The world is not our home. We are temporarily passing through. Heaven is our true home. Take a look around at the chaos of the world we are living in. Fitting in will only mean that we are heading down the wrong path. Let us remember to choose the best path. Every day we will make choices in our lives. When making choices, if we keep Jesus in mind, we will have no regrets.


If you are also participating in the Gratitude Challenge, today is day 84 of 100. Let me know how you are doing!

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© 2021 Bridget A. Thomas

6 Comments on “Luke 13

  1. Amen!!!
    This one is going on my Facebook page!!
    – The lost need Jesus🙏🏽✝️
    – The saved need Jesus 🙏🏽✝️
    – We ALL need Jesus 🙏🏽✝️

    I pray today one lost soul will surrender their life to Christ 🙏🏽✝️🙏🏽✝️

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    • Yes!! I agree! We all need Jesus!!!!! And when it’s all said and done, that’s all that really matters! Thank you for sharing on FB. I pray that whoever needs to see it, will see it! It’s in God’s hands!!!! 🙌✝️🙏

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  2. Fitting in will mean that we are heading down the wrong path- that sentence is very important for us all to remember. I think when we are young we try to fit in, and like you said it is a narrow path- we feel it more and more these days. But in the topic of fitting in, that can be a trap in a different way in church. But it takes some growth to be ok with our own uniqueness and not try to fit into the mould of what an ideal Christian woman should look like either.

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    • Such an excellent point, Manu! Even in the church it is often implied that we should look and act and dress a certain way. We have to learn to love the person inside of us that God created. He made us all unique. And we are all fearfully and wonderfully made (Ps 139:14) in His image (Gen 1:27)! We cannot allow anyone else to make us feel “less than.” It can be very hard, especially for those with low self esteem. But it would do us good to remember that God created us and loves us! Thank you for pointing that out, my friend! 🙌♥️🙏

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  3. Thankfully God knows our hearts. I pray we stay on the narrow path that leads to life. There are so many choices but through God’s wisdom we can stay on the right path. Thanks Bridget! 💕

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