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“Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only the one who does the will of my Father in heaven.” (Matt. 7:21)

We have been in the midst of a spiritual pandemic, the long-term effects of which are hopelessness and delusion. With so many competing messages, many are confused as to what is required for salvation—if they even desire it at all.

There is Good News, the Gospel of Jesus Christ, who lived, died, and rose so that we could be free from sin and death. God desires salvation and the abundant life for all. However, to gain eternal life, we must strive to enter through the narrow gate and, as Jesus said, those who will find it are few (Cf. Matt. 7:14).

This retreat is intended to examine the narrow way, keeping a focus on two important questions: Do we desire life with God in eternity and is our faith important?

Now, more than ever, it is time to return to the Lord, to reignite the fire within, to be filled with his deifying grace, and reclaim the dignified life he intends for us. To enter through the narrow gate, we must realign our lives with the way God intended us to live. The choice is entirely ours.

Also by Edward Kleinguetl

Into the Desert
Choosing Life in Christ A Vocation to Holiness
The Fruit of Silence
The Fruit of Prayer
Mine Know Me
Rejoice in Hope
Knowing the Way