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From One New Man unto New Jerusalem

The one flock in John 10 is the first definite word in the New Testament about our spiritual oneness; the description of New Jerusalem is the last. 249 more words

Characteristics Of New Jerusalem

“Spiritual Warfare for Sheep.” Sermon on John 10:22-30 for Easter 4, April 14/17, 2016

  1. Today is Good Shepherd Sunday—and so we read the twenty-third psalm and John chapter 10—and we have images in our mind of Jesus the Good Shepherd, or young David in the pasture with his harp—or maybe we think of sheep grazing on a lush, green hillside.
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(This is a little better than the live version at 5:00 mass today. The readings were Acts 13:14,43-52, Psalm 100, Revelation 7:9,14-17 and John 10:27-30… 1,085 more words

Shepherd Communication

The Lamb who is in the center of the throne will shepherd them. (Revelation 7:17)*

St. John received a vision of heaven.  Christ sits on His throne, surrounded by countless saints and angels.  892 more words


My sheep hear my voice, says Jesus

I’m working on a sermon for Sunday, and pondering these words of Jesus:

“My sheep hear my voice. I know them, and they follow me. I give them eternal life, and they will never perish.” 524 more words

Jesus Christ

One Flock, One Shepherd, One City

New Jerusalem is the consummation of every positive quality in the Bible. Jesus told us, “there shall be one flock, one Shepherd” (John 10:16). This is the first definite word in the New Testament about our spiritual oneness. 283 more words

Characteristics Of New Jerusalem