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Christian Leadership: The Good Shepherd

Written by Victor Stanley Jr.*

Ezekiel 34 paints a picture of the wicked and unfaithful shepherds over Israel. These shepherds misled the people and took advantage of them. 415 more words

Double Edge

The Under-shepherd

In John 10 we find Jesus describing what He expects His under-shepherds to act like. The first requirement is that they enter in the door of the sheepfold. 382 more words

From The Pastor

“I’ll be explicit, then. I am the Gate for the sheep" ~Jesus

Jesus challenges us to change our minds (repent) about how we can get to God. Jesus is clear and explicit. There is no guess work involved here. 197 more words

God Thoughts

Everyone Needs a Pastor

Jesus said, I am the good shepherd, the good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep.
He who is a hired hand and does not love the sheep when he sees the wolf come – he flees.  725 more words

Pastor's Reflections

God's Flow Brings Us to New Jerusalem

Recent posts were about our Christian journey to be in spirit on a mountain to see New Jerusalem. One post mentioned John 19:34: when Jesus died on the cross, “one of the soldiers pierced His side with a spear, and immediately there came out blood and water.” 292 more words

Life And New Jerusalem

Adoring Our Good Shepherd

Jesus Christ reveals himself in John 10 as “the Good Shepherd who lays down His life for His sheep.” A helpful way to read the Bible devotionally is to use the discipline of Scripture praying. 157 more words

Devotional Thoughts

A Door of Escape in Times of Trouble Part One By Levi

Part One

By Levi

Since the 1st century Ekklesia, soon after the Jewish apostles passed from this world, a deceptive doctrine- that crept into early Christian theology- has led many believers in Messiah astray. 2,312 more words