The Good Shepherd

Mathew 9:9 ‘Jesus left that place….he said to him, “Follow me.”

What does “Follow me” really mean to you? If you are following your guide who is in front of you, you will look at where he steps, follow at his pace, make sure he does not get too far ahead. Speak to him if you need to take a breather. Check what clothing to take appropriate for the weather, ask questions about the journey ahead, encourage those also on the journey. Perhaps when you are strong and another weak you may help carry his/her burden. You have to fully trust your guide. Psalm 23:1,3 The LORD is my shepherd…..he leads me beside quiet waters, he restores my soul. He guides me in paths of righteousness. There is only one guide who is master of the paths of life – Jesus Christ.

Prayer. Holy Father be our guide and LORD. Please reconcile and restore Lambert and Ida, please assist Menda, Peter, Leigh and Alec to find employment. Please assist Kevin with business. Please heal and restore Caitlin, Rotraut, baby Mathew, Wally, Jimmy, Ralph, Mark, baby Daniella, Barbara, Vianna, Austen, Keith, Sheila, Johan, Marius, Rose, Lesley, Jimmy, Joanne, Branda, Roger, Don, Petra, Racheal, Pauline, Billy, Bernadette, Jenny, Sarah, Stacey, Paul, Maria, Jill, Teena, Debra, Trish, Michelle, Pedro, Charlotte, Chad, Anton, Mary, Nicky, Lidia, Tony, baby Mia, Kathy, Michael, Brandon, Mark. Amen.

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