Walk up to almost anyone and ask, "Do you want to go to heaven when you die?" and the answer that you will get will be yes; it may take one of many forms but it will be an affirmative answer. But the question isn't, "Do you want to go to heaven?" It should be, "Have do you get to heaven?" I know, many people have though that because they say they believe in Jesus they're set, but there's more to going to heaven than that. The very fact that it is easy to go to hell should tell you something. There are things (plural) to do concerning going to heaven. People will argue and quote, "For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God:" and then say, "So, works don't get you saved." Well, to that I agree, but once you have received this free gift you must maintain it.
Going to hell is easy, the gate is wide open, the road is paved and it looks nice: but hell is where the master of deception is. On the other hand, going to heaven isn't as easy as most people think, the gate is narrow, the path is not paved and you can't even see what it's like from the outside; but it's well worth the effort. That's why it takes faith.