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  • Jesus, The Good Shepherd

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Apr 25, 2015
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    We are called on to continue Jesus’s work. We are called on to be shepherds, witnesses of God’s love. We are to be there for each other. We are to care for and support one another. We must put ourselves in the path of evil when necessary.

    John 10:11-18 is part of a longer discourse in which Jesus tells his disciples and us that he is the way to heaven and eternal life. In this passage he explains this concept by comparing himself to a shepherd. The image of a shepherd was one that was common among members of his audience. Palestine more

  • Jesus Watches Over Us

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Apr 25, 2015
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    Jesus referred to himself as the good shepherd so that the people would know what he was talking about. Jesus was preaching in Palestine, and sheep were quite common in that area. Sheep are not very smart though. They were easy prey for wild animals.

    How many of you have pets? I have three of them at my house right now. I have three cats. One is a sixteen year old male named Rusty because he is rust-coloured. My family also calls him Tubby because he is fat. He loves to eat, and he loves begging for food whenever anyone is in the kitchen. He more

  • Laying It Down

    Contributed by Isaac Butterworth on Apr 27, 2015
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    Jesus' sheep know their Shepherd's voice, and they are safe.

    WHEN I WAS A KID, I loved to go to my grandmother’s house. One of the things I remember about that house was a picture on the wall over the bed where I slept. It was a picture of Jesus. There’s a good chance you’ve seen it, or one like it. It shows the full stature of our Lord. more

  • Jesus Is Our Good Shepherd, But What Does That Really Mean?

    Contributed by Gordon Mcculloch on Apr 27, 2015
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    Jesus the "Good Shepherd"; is a very under estimated phrase. What does this truly mean, and where is the power in this expression? Does the enemy have a similar policy? You will be surprised.

    Welcome Grace and peace to you from God our Father, and our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen Today we look at that passage again where Jesus tells us that he is the Good Shepherd, and there are a lot of references to sheep, so I warn you before hand, ... it has a powerful ending though. The 23rd Psalm more

  • Shepherd Of My Heart

    Contributed by Cesar Datuin on Feb 19, 2015

    We have heard many teachings/exhortations about our Lord Jesus as our shepherd and we have heard preaching on Psalms 23.But how many of us really understand and grasp or even internalize how good our Shepherd is?

    Intro: We have heard many teachings/exhortations about our Lord Jesus as our shepherd. From last year’s monthly theme “Jesus our Shepherd” we have heard preaching on Psalms 23 and all of us know the characters of our Shepherd in one of the famous chapter in the Bible. But how more

  • Seek The Kalos Shepherd

    Contributed by J Jeffrey Smead on Apr 22, 2015
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    Jesus was not a hired hand, one seeking get paid, to just complete a job. He was willing to lay down his life for us, for his sheep. Our Lord is the Good Sheppard. Seek The "Kalos", Sheppard.

    For those not familiar with an Anglican Service there are four Scripture readings prior to the Message. Today's assigned readings are: Acts 4:5-12; Psalm 23; 1 John 3:16-24 and John 10:11-18. A certain butcher ....had sold all his cleaned poultry .....except ......for one hen. A woman then more

  • Song Of The Shepherd

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Apr 18, 2015

    Why and What Do We Sing at our Worship?

    Fourth Sunday of Easter Ordinary Form 2015 The Song of the Shepherd I would imagine from my time in this suburban parish that there are just a few of us who have lived for any period of time on a farm or ranch with sheep and wolves and coyotes. There are three principle characteristics of more

  • I Am Known Of Him

    Contributed by Roger Wilson on Jul 24, 2015
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    Understanding that we are, have been and will be known by Jesus, based on His words in the parable of the good Shepherd.

    John 10:11 (ESV) I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep. 12 He who is a hired hand and not a shepherd, who does not own the sheep, sees the wolf coming and leaves the sheep and flees, and the wolf snatches them and scatters them. 13 He flees because he is a more

  • Our Glorious Shepherd

    Contributed by Dr. Michael Pope on Oct 27, 2015

    The fifth 'I AM' saying of Jesus in John. Describes His eternal care for His Sheep.

    OUR GLORIOUS SHEPHERD JN 10:11-17 Dr. M Pope This is the fifth of our Lord’s I AM statements in John’s Gospel. Certainly in making this statement, He is contrasting Himself to the false shepherds who were in charge of the Jewish religion of that day. He more

  • Disciple 102 - Good Shepherd

    Contributed by John Ong on Jun 23, 2015
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    What does it take to become a good shepherd? Is it a big responsibility? Is everyone called to become a leader? Is everyone skilled to lead?

    What does it take to become a good shepherd? Is it a big responsibility? Is everyone called to become a leader? Is everyone skilled to lead? Here will discuss the characteristics of a good shepherd. To start off, let’s check out this verse from the book of John… John 10:11-16 I more

  • Knowing The Good Shepherd

    Contributed by Hannah Krista Lasco on Aug 11, 2018
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    The knowledge of who God is should be reflected in the way we live.

    INTRODUCTION: I heard a story about two men who were asked to read Psalm 23. The first one, who was an orator, stood in front and started reading. He read with so much voice technicalities. As if you are listening to a drama on the radio. He knew when to pause, when to read faster, when to soften more

  • Lent 2019 - Why The Shepherd Chose To Die Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Mar 26, 2019

    In John 10 Jesus is talking about how He is the Good Shepherd and that He can lay His life down and pick it back up again. Why would a shepherd lay his life down? What good is a dead shepherd?

    Lent 2019 - Why the Shepherd Chose to Die Please stand as we read our newest memory Scripture together … 1 John 1:5-7 “This is the message we have heard from Him and declare to you: God is light; in Him there is no darkness at all. If we claim to have fellowship with Him and yet walk in the more

  • How We Love His Leading Series

    Contributed by John Dobbs on Feb 25, 2022

    Life is difficult with many choices - and often times we make the wrong decisions. We look for help from friends, trusted loved ones, family, and even strangers.

    How We Love His Leading John 10:10-16 Introduction O How We Love Jesus - His healing, His Salvation, His Compassion! As we make our way through John’s Gospel we just keep falling in love with Jesus! Today we want to think about loving Him for his leading. Disciples of Jesus are learners - more

  • The Door And Good Shepherd Series

    Contributed by Daniel Austin on Mar 16, 2010
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    Jesus chose to become the door unto salvation, the one Good Shepherd to all who would believe.

    The Door and Good Shepherd In His Own Words 11/09/08 PM Text: John 10:11-16 INTRODUCTION: Throughout the book of John, Jesus makes statements about Himself, revealing something important about His divine nature, His character, or His mission. Each statement speaks to a particular relationship more

  • Who You Believe: Who Is I Am (Session 2)

    Contributed by Dean Courtier on Feb 6, 2010
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    Examining the famous I AM statements of Jesu

    Who is “I AM”? The coming of Jesus Christ is the centre of history. Jesus demonstrated what a trusting relationship with him would be like. In His three years of public ministry Jesus called out “Come, follow me.” The reason for the transformed lives of the twelve men that left all to become his more