Where Two Ways Meet

“Take me to Jerusalem,

Your city named for

Peace.

The place where

Crossroads cross,

And the street

Where two ways meet.

 

One leads to change;

It will never be the same.

And the other;

Through Your gate,

The place where my feet

Walk by faith.”


Stoned lined street leading to the Upper Room location. Could this have been the same path Peter and John would have taken when Jesus told them to "Go your way into the village..." Mark 11:2 KJV
Stoned lined street leading to the Upper Room location. Could this have been the same path Peter and John would have taken when Jesus told them to “Go your way into the village…” Mark 11:2 KJV

“And when they came nigh to Jerusalem…

At the mount of Olives,

He sendeth forth two of His disciples,

And saith unto them,

Go your way…And if any man

Say unto you,

Why do ye this?

Say ye that the

Lord hath need of him…

And they went their way, and

Found the colt tied by the door without

In a place where two ways met;

And they loose him…

And they said unto them

Even as Jesus had commanded:

And they let them go.”

Mark 11:1-5 (KJV)


 Poem by denisebalog©

 

Author: DeniseBalog

Author and Photographer who enjoys writing about Jesus and sharing photographs to illuminate His beauty.

9 thoughts on “Where Two Ways Meet”

    1. Yes, this verse was brought to light at Church. Amazing only in KJV. Those few words reflect exactly where I have been for the last couple of weeks. During worship, the Holy Spirit opened my eyes to see. Jesus sent Peter and John into the City. Peter means “Petra” or “stone” – Law. John means “Grace” Hannah. One way leads to living under Law, the other direction to Grace. Blew me away!! Thank You Jesus for opening up my eyes to see!!

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    1. Thank you Faye. My life is currently at this place in reference to school. The Lord will either move “suddenly’, or the place where the path separates maybe my next step of faith. Will know by weeks end. Kind of like the same week in Mark chapter 11. Thank you for stopping by:) blessings, denise

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