Jesus' popularity grew as a teacher because of His works and miracles performed; however, the jealousy of the Pharisees ignited as a result. In spite of what they were saying to and about Jesus, He went up to Jerusalem anyways and prepared to die for our sins. What if Jesus had given into the pressures of public scrutiny or the temptations of fame? In this encouraging message from Minister James Earl Cray, he cautions us on encountering and becoming three types of people during our journey. Many will help support and sustain us, while others will simply enter to create chaos and destruction. Understanding that God often utilizes difficult moments to prepare us for His perfect plan, we must stay on the journey in order to walk into the purpose that He has for us.