The road to Heaven may no longer be narrow, By Owei Lakemfa (

The road to Heaven may no longer be narrow, By Owei Lakemfa


I know it immediately warned us to beware of false prophets, but who am I to judge

The struggle to get to heaven has been quite intense, so much that the old church in Rome used to sell pardons (remission of sin) to the rich, who want the Heavens to forgive and guarantee them a place therein.

Perhaps the old depended on stars to guide them on the road to heaven, while the modern are using Google maps and satellite imaging.

The old idea that the road to heaven is narrow might have been reinforced by Matthew who advised Enter through the narrow gate.

He also has not revealed how he became an estate agent in heaven and whether he receives commissions for his efforts.

In all the talk about heaven being the final destination of the faithful, people do not appear to want to die.


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