Jesus said: "I am the way, ...no one comes to the
Father, but through me." (Jn.14:6), therefore, is not the Salvation through
Before Jesus spoke these words, he said; "In my Father's house
are many mansions (dwelling places); if it were not so, I would
have told you; for I go to prepare a mansion (a dwelling place)
for you." (John 14:2).
The above explicit statement confirms that Jesus was going to
prepare "a" mansion and not "all" the mansions in "my Father's house".
Obviously, the prophets that came before him and the one to come after,
were to prepare the other mansions for their respective followers.
The prophet that came after Jesus had evidently shown the current
"way" to a modern mansion in the kingdom of heaven.
Besides; the verse clearly states; Jesus was the "WAY" to a mansion.
It is a folly to believe that Jesus (or any prophet) was the
Jesus said; "I am the door" to find the pasture. (Jn.10:9).
A sheep that walks through the "door" will find the pasture.
A sheep that circles around the "door" will never find the pasture.
One who crosses over the "way" will reach the mansion.
Anyone that stops on the "way" and believes the "way" to be the
end of his/her journey, will be out in the open
without any shelter and a roof.
Hot Tip: (precise and pertinent)
Jesus said; "Not every one that says to me; `Lord,
Lord,' will enter the kingdom of heaven; but he who does the will of my Father,
who is in heaven." (Mt.7:21).