Free to Walk the Narrow Path

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Free to Walk the Narrow Path

While spending time in prayer with my family, YHWH began to strongly impress upon me the importance of staying on a narrow path. I’ll write down what I believe He said and let you determine whether or not it qualifies as a “prophetic word” for the ekklesia or not (1 Cor. 14:29), but regardless, I hope that you are encouraged to push forward.

Matthew 7:13-14
Enter by the narrow gate; for wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and there are many who go in by it. Because narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to life, and there are few who find it.

We are called to take the path of the sanctified (set apart) ones. True followers of this path are those who are set apart for His purposes alone.

Psalm 25:4-5
Show me Your ways, O LORD;
Teach me Your paths.
Lead me in Your truth and teach me,
For You are the God of my salvation;
On You I wait all the day.

Followers of the Way do not have a fan base, and they are not moved by the glares of those who are perishing. Those with firm foundations are not moved with glory clouds and gold dust; they are moved only by His Word.

John 17:17
Sanctify them by Your truth. Your word is truth.

You are Called to True Freedom

The harlot church is looking for new ways to be free, which sounds wonderful on the surface, but dig a little deeper and you’ll find that they really just want to indulge in their sin and cover it with cheap grace. Those of us who are truly set free become slaves to our King. We follow His Ways and bear holy (set apart) fruit.

Romans 6:22
But now having been set free from sin, and having become slaves of YHWH, you have your fruit to holiness, and the end, everlasting life.

True lovers of the Most High can accept this saying without reservation, but those who pretend loyalty to the King cannot. They can’t comprehend or understand that WE ARE FREE . . . free to no longer obey sin; free to no longer fulfill the lusts of the flesh; free to no longer sow seeds of unrighteousness; free to obey Yah’s voice!

Free to Walk the Narrow Path.

Psalm 119:105
Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.

As we live our lives in obedience to His Word, it sheds light on the narrow path, clearing the Way before us and making our destination obvious.

While the world is falling headlong into destruction, you are going to see the path get narrower and narrower … and you will hear the call for a deeper sanctification grow stronger and stronger.

The harlot church will call you legalistic . . . they will accuse you of falling from grace.

But walking in the light of His Word will make your destination clear.

Proverbs 4:18
But the path of the just is like the shining sun, that shines ever brighter unto the perfect day.

To the majority who are sitting on the fence (you know who you are), you are NOT in the Valley of Decision. You are perishing . . . TURN!

John 21:18
Most assuredly, I say to you, when you were younger, you girded yourself and walked where you wished; but when you are old, you will stretch out your hands, and another will gird you and carry you where you do not wish.

Luke 13:24
Strive to enter through the narrow gate, for many, I say to you, will seek to enter and will not be able.

May the heart of David break forth in all of us this year! May we all, with unveiled faces cry out:

Psalm 119:97
Oh, how I love Your law!
It is my meditation all the day.


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  1. A timely word!

    In knowledgeable agreement with Kevin’s words; ‘to the majority who are sitting on the fence, (you know who you are), you are not in the valley of decision; you are perishing.’ Most of you are your own worst obstacle! Repent! and/or, Seek repentance……i.e. ask for it or for His help!

    Kumi! Ori! (that is to say; “Arise! Shine!”).

  2. Jeremiah Ch 6 v 16-17.
    Stand at the crossroads and look;
    ask about the ancient paths,
    Which one is the good way?
    Take it, and you will find rest for your souls.
    But they said, “We will not take it.”

  3. I loved reading this one because it spoke to my very core. I’ve seen my path growing more and more narrow thru the years and I’ve continued to plod along with determination that only Yahweh can produce. I’ve seen “the church” choose wider and wider paths and it’s heartbreaking to see, but I remain focused on the narrow path ahead of me, keeping my lamp lit and always preparing my heart for the Ruach.

    1. Dorrie, that was very well said. I agree and couldn’t have said it any better. We are walking the narrow path together.

  4. This leaps right off the page
    … difficult is the way…
    But how many realize there is no easy path to success. Athletes train. Musicians practice. Writers create drafts. Every craftsman goes through training. How much more must we be diligent daily in our spiritual life?

  5. My Uncle and my mentor tell me I am an anomaly because of the amount I time I spend studying the word. I’ve chosen the small path and yes have at times been called legalistic. I just fully believe everything in YHVH’s word.

    I have believed for sometime that Yah is moving His true ekklesia and I am aware that many “Christians” are not moving with me. I call them stunted in growth because they are fine with their spiritual lives where they are at. Since I am not Ruach I can’t change them. I speak when impressed to and continue to allow Ruach to use me as He sees fit. I am ethnically Jewish and I love YeShua, I love Israel and can’t wait to go back hopefully until He comes back to take me home.

  6. Paul sums up our Walk the Narrow Path living as people whom God has called should live.
    So I, a prisoner in the Lord, urge you to live as people whom God has called should live. Be humble and gentle in every way, be patient and lovingly bear with one another. Do your best to keep the oneness of the Spirit by living together in peace: one body and one Spirit—even as you have been called to share one hope—one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of all, who rules over us all, works through us all, and lives in us all. Ephesians 4:1-6 AAT

  7. Kevin, this is so good and so true. I often think about this and wonder how many really are on the “Narrow Path”. I personally don’t want much to do with this world but I know there’s work to do. Many are lost and we are instructed to help. Many times I don’t know how to help and I sincerely feel the need to help the youth. I’ve been praying about that. The separation in this world is getting wider every day. I’m so thankful I’m on this narrow path and pray that I continue to do so. I’m currently going through your archives and am wondering if you’ve shared your opinion on the “Remnant” and what that means. How many Christians really are on the narrow path and part of the remnant? I’d like to know what you or others think. Thanks….

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