The Narrow Gate, Matt. 7: 13-14 (Archive 9/15/13)

Do not always “help” nor ever feel sorry for others! How do you enter the narrow gate? Take the ego pain without reaching for anything.
00:00 Sun, Sep 15, 2013
00:35 Not helping people
04:40 Feeling sorry for servants
20:39 I can’t do anything right
25:16 Narrow gate? (Matt 7: 13-14)
32:00 Are you high?
43:00 Narrow gate? (More feedback)
48:12 JLP: You don’t know.
50:57 JLP: How to get in: Surrender
58:15 Closing: Support BOND, Pray

BOND Archive Sunday Service, September 15, 2013: One man shares a story of bringing trouble on himself by “helping” a neighbor with his swimming pool in the wrong way. Another man admits to feeling sorry for a servant class in Singapore whom he heard about, where his wife spent time working. He related to them because of slavery in America. But the “poor” people can have a better attitude and be happier than the “rich.” Have a good attitude.

Jesse then reads Matthew 7: 13-14, in which Jesus says, “Enter by the narrow gate, since the road that leads to destruction is wide and spacious, and many take it; but it is a narrow gate and a hard road that leads to life, and only a few find it.” People talk about what it means. (Amid the conversation, Jesse talks with a newly homeless man on drugs who resents his parents’ shaming him.) Know and admit that you don’t know! To enter, totally surrender — don’t hold onto anything. Relax in the inner pain without reaching out to anything.

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