Way to hell

In a newspaper article, a journalist described the pathetic condition of roads in the Himalayan region. The double-lane road was converted to a four-lane road, without proper scientific study and research. Roads for a stretch of over fifty kilometers were washed away by the monsoon rains, in a matter of a few months after they were built. Pebbles, potholes, ditches, and craters remained. Worse still, the company that built the roads said that they did not have the expertise to build such roads, and were learning to build good roads. The writer described such roads as Way to Hell. In life’s journey, some roads end in eternal death. Many ways seem to be good, right, or appropriate, even pleasant, but the end is death. (Proverbs 14:12; 16:25)
Wrong road: The roads were built in areas where the rocks were strong enough to carry the load of the traffic. When there were rains, the roads were flooded with water that seeped through the road and eroded the structure.
Wrongly built: The builders did not know the expertise of building such roads in a hilly terrain. They used the same method that was used in plains. So, it would not withstand the power of gushing water on the slopes.
Wrong end: Since the roads were so damaged, the route was not discernable. Hence the car drivers end up at a dead end and sometimes deadly end – tumble down the slopes. Some foolishly believe all roads will lead to the same ultimate destination. Sadly, such ways lead to Second death, the eternal separation from God, hell. (Revelation 21:8)
The right way: Lord Jesus Christ said: I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life. (John 14:6) There is only one way, which is the way of Truth and only eternal life granted and gifted by the Lord Jesus Christ. For the salvation of humans, only the Name of Lord Jesus Christ has been granted. (Acts 4:12) Lord Jesus is not only the way, he leads the way. He commands his disciples to follow Him.
Is my spiritual journey on the right road?