“Jesus answered, ‘I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.’” – John 14:6
The island of South Georgia, which is part of the British overseas territory of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, resides in the Atlantic portion of the Southern Ocean, about 900 miles east of the Falkland Islands and 2,976 miles west of Cape Town, South Africa. Although the island and its nearby waters abound with animal life, human settlers on the island are few. A small number of scientists and support personnel maintain British Antarctic Survey stations at Grytviken on King Edward Point and at Bird Island, off the northwestern tip of the island, and constitute the island’s only inhabitants. The island periodically served as a base for whaling and scientific expeditions during the 19th century, but it is best known as the site of the final leg of the arduous journey made by British explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton, who first crossed South Georgia Island in 1916 while in search of aid for his ill-fated Trans-Antarctic expedition. There isn’t an airport on South Georgia Island; to get to South Georgia Island you must take a ship that is a 2 days sail from the Falkland Islands.
The only way to heaven is through Jesus Christ. We all must put our faith in Him to receive eternal life. Today in prayer, praise the Lord that He is the way for us to return to our Heavenly Father.
“Christ is the only way to salvation.” – Ulrich Zwingli
God’s Word: “I am the gate; whoever enters through me will be saved. He will come in and go out, and find pasture.” – John 10:9