OOPS, sorry, that’s from a different book. This website is dedicated to trying to get people to look at the deeper, yet simpler writings of the Bible.
If you are one of those who clicks wherever they feel like it, then go back to the page titled Read Me First and then return here. I thought it was self explanatory, but if it was, then you would not be leaving here now, would you? For those of you who have never started this journey in the past and decide that you are just going to click out of here and leave this website forever, there is a warning: If you click out of here, a virus will be downloaded into your computer, so that no matter what website you try to enter, the only thing that will come up on your screen will be salvation verses from the Bible. How’s that for the wrath of God? Who needs locusts and frogs, we have pop-ups. Just kidding, this is a safe site with no viruses, I will leave the spreading of viruses to the governments of the world.
To get the full benefit of this website you must do three things which I cannot do for you.
• First: As you read through this you must be completely honest with yourself and where you stand with God
• Second: You must read this with an open mind and a receptive heart
• Third: Block out every idea and philosophy about God and the Bible that you have been taught by your church, your family, your friends and enemies (which may or may not be one in the same), and anything you yourself personally conceived.
If we were on an expedition to find treasure, we would encounter storms, harsh weather, rough trails, insects, wild animals and other innumerable problems. We may even be injured or even killed. The most common problem that many people come across though, is themselves. They doubt that they can do it, feel it’s too hard and the sacrifice is too great, so they give up early on and someone else will achieve the goal instead of themselves.
In a spiritual journey, the treasure we should be seeking is Christ, and the problems we will encounter are the world, our flesh and the Devil. The trail may be rough at times, things around us in the world will try to stop us, and the Devil will try to destroy us. 1 Peter 5:8
Our worst enemy though, is once again, ourselves. A lack of faith, doubt and unwillingness to endure hardship and sacrifice, causes many to fall away and give up. “The spirit indeed is willing, but the flesh is weak.” Matthew 26:41
And, yes, our spiritual journey may someday result in death, just ask Stephen. (Acts 7:56-60). If you don’t feel that you are strong enough to make the journey, don’t worry, no one is. There is someone, however, who can do it for us, if we can trust Him.
You are now ready to Plan Your Destination, if you have not already done so in your life.