KIA Haiku for TJ’s Weekly Challenge

This is a new friend of mine who is very gifted at writing poetry, known as Haiku. It is amazing how something mundane and ordinary can be given a fresh look through the eyes of a poet. Enjoy

This is my entry for TJ’s weekly Challenge.  This weeks challenge is prompted with Windowsill. I’ll let him describe what he’s after. “Window sill could refer to the sill, what it is made of, what can be seen beyond, what is on it…whatever takes your fancy. You are welcome to use the image or thrill […]


These symbols represent various religious world views. Many of them teach that there are different paths to God. They teach that there way is right but other religions like Christianity is right too. While I understand the desire to see all oaths lead to God this is not biblical. I don’t wish condemnation on anyone but spiritual reality is their is a sin curse on man and there is not pardon from it expect through the blood of Christ.

Christians, we must understand that Jesus is the only way to God. He said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life; no man comes to the Father except by me.” John 14:6. To allow another way is to deny the veracity of the gospel.

This realization should not give us a sense that we are better than others. In fact it should motivate us to share this good news (Gospel) with others because it is the only way to God. How bad is it if we hide the one true message of hope from a world so desperately in need of it?