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The need for salvation gives rise to the need for a good shepherd

​Tuesday May 28, 2024

Theme: “The need for salvation gives rise to the need for a good shepherd

Text: Ezekiel 34:10-12

10. Thus says the Lord GOD: Behold, I am against the shepherds! I will take my sheep back from their hands, and I will no longer let them feed my sheep, nor will they feed themselves; I will deliver my sheep from their mouth, and they will no longer be a prey to them. 11. For thus says the Lord GOD: Behold, I myself will take care of my sheep, and I will look after them. 12. As a shepherd surveys his flock when he is among his scattered sheep, so I will survey my sheep, and I will gather them from all the places where they have been scattered in the day of clouds and darkness.

Let's remember:

God's sheep (Christians) have a thirst to follow their master Jesus Christ. However, among them, there are ministers whose mission is to shepherd them and ensure that they do not disperse. The ministries are stated in 1 Corinthians 12:28. “And God has appointed in the church first apostles, secondly prophets, thirdly teachers, then those who have the gift of miracles, then those who have gifts of healing, to help, to govern, to speak various languages.” All these ministers of God are in perpetual contact with his sheep. What happens is that there is so much abuse and misconduct that the owner of souls dissociates himself from the works of these false ministers of God. Among them, there are ravening wolves who scratch the peaceful sheep of God and keep them away from the fold and the good shepherd. They are multiplying strategies to better exploit their flock. That is enough! says the Lord God; who decides to regain control of his sheepfold from the hands of unworthy workers. He no longer recognizes them as his workers and decides to separate from them. God himself is taking control of his troops and will no longer allow us to be mistreated. The need for salvation gives rise to the need for a good shepherd. False shepherds are to be avoided because they mistreat God's sheep through false messages without biblical basis, quests for money in proportion to the amount of blessing, breaking the family foundation, divorces caused by churches and others. crimes. Let us look to Christ. Excellent Tuesday. Amen

Alain Louz.-

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