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The Good Shepherd is an image used in the pericope of John 10:1-21, in which Jesus Christ is depicted as the Good Shepherd who lays down his life for the (His ) sheep. Similar imagery is used in Psalm 23. The Good Shepherd is also discussed in the other gospels, the Epistle to the Hebrews, the First Epistle of Peter and ...


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Jesus the Good Shepherd - What does this phrase mean to you? What did John mean when he wrote that phrase? Learn more.


Jul 19, 2011 ... Lesson1 PPT CUE Main Point: Jesus is a Shepherd to all who believe in Him. Key Verse: I am the good Shepherd. I know My sheep and My sheep know Me. - John 10:14 Props: beautiful gift-wrapped box filled with rotten fruit or vegetables, a marble.


Question: "What did Jesus mean when He said 'I am the good Shepherd'?" Answer: “I am the good shepherd” (John 10:11) is the fourth of seven “I am” declarations of Jesus recorded only in John's Gospel. These “I am” proclamations point to His unique, divine identity and purpose. Immediately after declaring that He is “the ...


The good Shepherd layeth down his life for the sheep; not only does his work with his life in his hand, but he deliberately lays down his life and consciously divests himself of his life, and is doing it now. The Shepherd dies that the sheep may live (cf. 1 John 3:16; John 15:13). Elsewhere Jesus says, "The Son of man gives his ...


According to the Gospels, Jesus referred to himself as the Good Shepherd. Learn more about Jesus as the Good Shepherd at Loyola Press.


Mar 15, 2017 ... When Jesus referred to Himself as the Good Shepherd, He was identifying with a specific messianic prophecy and likely also pointing to His deity.


Jesus now puts the events of chapter 9 into perspective by contrasting himself, the Good Shepherd, with the Pharisees, whom he identifies with the evil shepherds of Ezekiel 34. "The `Pharisees' have expelled from God's flock the man whom Christ Himself enlightened. They are scattering the sheep whom Christ came to ...