Jesus told his disciples in John 14:6, "I am the way, the truth, and the life; no one comes to the father except through me." Jesus had just finished supper in the upper room with them when he gave us one of His very greatest gospel texts
In my sanctified imagination, Thomas must have been overwhelmed and in a daze! Jesus had already shared so much, that Judas would betray him for 30 pieces of silver; that Peter would deny him three times. Then, Jesus declared He was going to heaven, and they were extremely concerned. In John 14: 1-4, Jesus declared He was going to heaven. And yet he told his disciples, “do not be troubled (v1). Believers ought not be troubled today despite all that is going on in the world, and here’s why. First, we can take God at His Word. When Jesus said, "Trust in God, and trust also in me," he was reminding his disciples to trust in God's Word (v.1). Scripture had spoken of Jesus' impending crucifixion and his resurrection. Sometimes we miss important information when circumstances become overwhelming. We must remember to trust God's Word. Secondly, We can trust in Jesus. Jesus is the Logos, the Word made flesh who dwelt among us. The Word was with God and the Word was God in the beginning (John 1:1-2). Jesus is God. What is true of the Father is also true of the Son. That is why it's important to study the written Word of God so that we can learn more about the incarnate Word of God, Jesus. Jesus said in Matt. 24:35, Heaven and earth will pass away; but my words will never pass away."
Not only can we trust in God and trust in Jesus, but the benefit of that trust is everlasting life for the believer. Believers are going to heaven. Heaven is not a state of mind (Rev. 21). Heaven is a place prepared personally by Jesus who said, "I am going to prepare a place for you" (v2). Finally, Jesus is coming back for us. Notice, Jesus said, "I will come and get you." Jesus is not merely going to send for us. He is going to personally escort us to the Father's house! Isn't that good news?! The Bible tells us to "encourage each other with these words" (1 Thessalonians 4:18). In heaven, there will be no more fear, death, pain, or sorrow.
Thomas caught the tail end of his statement. Jesus said, You know the way to the place where I am going" (v4). Thomas must have woke up. "We don't know where you are going," he blurted out, "How can we know the way? (v5) Jesus then provided answers to three pertinent questions that have continued to be sought out by the lost, the learned, and the longing down through the ages. Those questions are "How can I be saved?", "How can I be sure?", and "How can I be satisfied?"
For lost people, Jesus answers the question, "How can I be saved? He says, "I am the way, No one comes to the Father except through me" (v6). Jesus clearly explains that the only ones who will enter heaven will be those who have accepted him as the way, the truth, and the life - not the people who have performed the greatest number of deeds. Jesus does not tell them about the way, nor does He show them the way. He does not even guide them along the way. He says He is the way!
The word "truth" is used in Scripture in two ways: true as contrasted with false; and genuine as contrasted with unreal. Although both apply to God, when we speak of the truth of God, normally His genuineness is contrasted with false gods of other religions. The Scriptures declare Jesus as the one true God (John 1:1-2; John 17:3). There are no attributes of deity that the Jesus does not possess. Jesus is the only way to have a relationship with God (Romans 10:9; Acts 12:4; John 3:16).
For the longing who ask, "How can I be satisfied?, Jesus said, “I am the life,” that is, life in eternity and life on earth. In fact, John 14:6 is one of the seven “I AM” statements of Jesus in the book of John. He is bread when you are hungry and water when you are thirsty. He is the light of the world, the door, the Good Shepherd, the resurrection and the life, and the true vine.
In John 10:10, he stated, "I have come that you may have life and have it more abundantly," in other words, until you are satisfied.
The reason we can have relationship with God the Father is because Jesus paid the penalty for our sins on the Cross. Jesus died, and rose again which is the Resurrection is all about. Yes, Jesus is the way! Not only is Jesus Christ the only way to eternal life, He is the only way to abundant life. Salvation, deliverance, healing, and spiritual growth cannot come any other way except, through Jesus Christ. He is the way!