We make decisions every day in our lives — like minor ones, such as what to eat for breakfast, what dress to wear etc., and major ones, such as whom to marry, which career I need to choose and so on. But we never thought how important it is to take decision on which way we should walk through or which path we should choose, to have eternal life? We have come across narrow way and broad way in the Bible many times and we understand that Narrow way is troublesome and Broad way is so much flexible. Also, we see there are other ways mentioned in the Bible, the ways which we need to follow and the ways which we need to avoid , to enter to the eternal life & to follow Jesus. The ways which we need to AVOID 1. The way of Lazy (Proverbs 15:19) The way of a sluggard is like a hedge of thorns, but the path of the upright is a level highway. 2. T he way of Wicked (Proverbs 4:19) The way of the wicked is like deep darkness; they do not know over what they stumble 3.
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Salt is understood to be the most preservative mineral which is know for its endurance symbolically. When God makes use of this metaphor, He is urging us to be faithful despite however circumstances appear on the earth because of his word which is absolutely sure like himself. The meaning of a salt covenant is an agreement that is meant to endure regardless of the circumstances. This type of covenant was an ancient symbol of unbreakable friendships and alliances that were to be preserved. Such agreements are solid, unbreakable and everlasting. We see this phrase "covenant of salt" mentioned only three times in the Bible i.e., (Numbers 18:19, 2 Chronicles 13:5 and Leviticus 2 :13 in ESV ). In some translations it is mentioned as an “ unbreakable covenant ”. Even though we read about it very few times, This covenant teaches us a lot about how we need to stand firm in every circumstance with faith. As we know the story of Israllites, Grumbling was a common occurrence during
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Timothy 4:12 — “Don't let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity.” Young people are in search of their own role models, but as this quote notes, it’s important for youngsters to start building themselves up as someone worth admiring by others. Having faith, being pure and loving people is what can help you be someone to admire. David Samuel 17:42 — “And when the Philistine looked and saw David, he disdained him, for he was but a youth, ruddy and handsome in appearance.” This comes from the story of David and Goliath, when this story took place in 1 Samuel 17 David was probably only 17 years old. We see David as an obedient son (1 Samuel 17:17-20), a brave soldier (verses 26 and 32), and, above all, a young man who fully trusted God (verses 37, 45-47). Where the youngster David slayed the giant Goliath. It shows that no matter the size or strength, it’s possible to tackle even the m