There are two ways in this, our day, One narrow and the other broad; Who now will go the narrow way Will be despised by all abroad. This plainly Godís Word teaches us, The narrow entrance way go in; Strait is the gate, who enter thus, Must first endure great suffering.
Thereafter, thereís eternal rest, Therefore, O man, thy way prepare, Wilt thou be in Godís kingdom blessed Eternally with righteous there. After this time nought shall transpire But peace and joy eternally; The righteous then, this shall aquire Who Godís will honor constantly.
But he who the broad way shall go, The stairs to hell, this is the same, He now is lost, Godís wrath shall know, But blessed is he whoís born again. To him hat God prepared, impearled A crown eternity shall hold; It shall not pass away, O world, Away then, with your gain and gold.
O, take the strait and narrow way That thou the lasting crown obtain, Which God doth but His church convey Which He hath cleansed from sin and stain. Therefore away with all manís gain, Desire, vain pomp, and arrogance; Turn sharp away from all known sin, So thou be known as Godís child hence.
Nought other can the way become, Who will eternal suffering flee, Must righteous be, this is the sum; Go on your way, nor fancy see. Press toward the mark till endless day, For who the prize at last will gain, All must forsake upon this way Would he the lasting crown obtain. From the 16th century Anabaptist Ausbund, Hymn No. 125 (translated by John J. Overholt)
"For other foundation can no man lay than that is laid, which is Jesus Christ."