The Gate Is Narrow, Few Will Enter

Jesus warns us that few will enter the Kingdom of God. How then must we change the way we are living?

We can have lofty thoughts about God. We can have feelings and believe that these feelings somehow represent faith. BUT Do not put your trust in feelings. They are things of psychology and emotion. They are generated within ourselves. That is not faith. Our feelings are not to be trusted. Our faith is a matter of obedience to the commands of Christ. It is about turning and receiving His grace to be part of His Church. To be a living part of his body through baptism and chrismation. To be a living part of the authentic Church of Christ. So, let us not be fooled by the teachings of man and the philosophies of our age. Protestantism is of the age. It is a recent invention of man. Let us not be fooled. Let us not be taken away by these Protestant philosophies. For the gate is narrow and few will enter.

About the author

Father Spyridon is an Orthodox priest serving in ROCOR in England and a prolific author of many spiritual books. Orthodoxy And The Kingdom of Satan has drawn most attention because of its exploration into the ways in which Satan is working to construct a One World Government through the institutions we see in today’s world. It explains how many trends in modern culture, including Hollywood, ecumensim and the arms trade are being exploited to enslave us. Fr Spyridon spoke out about the sexual deviance in Hollywood long before the Harvey Weinstein case hit the media.
Fr Spyridon’s most recent book, The UFO Deception, explores the UFO phenomenon and identifies how movies, technology and philosophy have been used to guide public perception of what is happening. But as a priest of the Russian Orthodox Church, he demonstrates a much longer history that lies behind it, and how a terrible deception is at work.

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