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One of the greatest difficulties in communicating biblical truth into our culture is bridging the gap between the ancient contexts in which these truths were spoken and the time in which we live. In the verses we read above we hear of Jesus making himself known as the ‘good shepherd’. Both words beg explanation. Firstly, the word ‘shepherd’. What does it mean for Jesus to call himself a shepherd? How does it affect my life if he is ‘my’ shepherd and how does it affect my life if he is not? Secondly, there is the word ‘good’. Does this assume there are ‘bad’ shepherds? If so, what or who are they? And if Jesus is the ‘good’ shepherd, what makes him so good? Please join us on Sunday afternoon as we unpack this.
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