Jesus used the metaphor of wide and narrow roads to help His disciples understand just how difficult a believer’s life could be (Matthew 7:13–14). In Bible times, people walked a lot more than we do today, so it was an easily understood lesson. Today, we tend to picture our roads as wide and paved with plenty of space for travel. Jack Beck takes us to the outskirts of Jerusalem to visually demonstrate how a road may have looked and explain how the spiritual roads we walk can have dire consequences.
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The Holy Land: Connecting the Land with Its Stories is an eight-episode series hosted by Dr. John (Jack) Beck that takes you to regions throughout Israel to experience the land, the culture, and the customs that surround the sacred stories of the Bible.
OTHER RESOURCES BY DR. JOHN (JACK) A. BECK
Along the Road (DVD): https://amzn.to/2Lmzksn
Land Without Borders (DVD): https://amzn.to/2PY68wa
Along the Road (Paperback): https://amzn.to/2ZRZpTY
The Holy Land for Christian Travelers: An Illustrated Guide to Israel: https://amzn.to/2nSLfVt
Discovery House Bible Atlas (Hardcover): https://amzn.to/2NOJLpY
Land Without Borders (Paperback): https://amzn.to/2LwnZ7R
The Impact of Place (Audio Bible study) on Discover the Word: https://discovertheword.org/series/the-impact-of-place
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