Good Pathways…
Do you do good for others?
Have a nice road!

Good Pathways…
We have remembered the good pathways, on which our predecessors have walked and which the Holy Scriptures have told us to remember. And not only to remember and to meditate on, but also, we are called to walk on these pathways. We are called to apply that which we have heard and learned. The paths of faith have been the paths already tested and those walking on them have all reached the victory. The ancient pathways have been the paths of peace, blessing, and salvation which take us into the Life.

Do you do good for others? Timeline June 2017 to forward

In the future, history is made by you and me. Let’s use every opportunity to influence people and the community around us, where we live and serve, in all possible ways.
John Wesley had three simple rules by which he lived:
  • Do no harm
  • Do good
  • Stay in Love with God

For Wesley, there was always a social measurement to faith. For him there was no holiness but social holiness. In other words, one’s faith always had to include a social measure. There is no such a thing as a solitary Christian. When we grow in the Christian community, we are also provided for missions in this world. Dear visitor of this exhibition, please use each day of your life to do good to someone!

Have a nice road!
“This is what the LORD says: “Stand at the crossroads and look; ask for the ancient paths, ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls.”
NIV Jer. 6:16

We hope you have found time to stop, to think, and to ask, how and in what way you are moving on. There are many paths and choices in front of you. May God always lead you to choose the right path, which is tested, proven, and witnessed to be the best –
a walking path which also brings rest to your soul. Both in this life and the life to come.
Have a blessed year walking on the ancient pathways!