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John 10:7

John 10:7

No one but Jesus used the words verily, verily I say unto you for these were words that carried authority, a greater authority than any earthly jurisdiction – a sovereign command that was directly from God. Jesus wanted to get across the eternal truth that He was the door of the sheep fold; the only good Shepherd; the one Way to God; the revealed Truth of God and everlasting Life that only comes from God – for He is God in the flesh - but His read more...

John 10:10

John 10:10

Jesus came as the GOOD Shepherd to the lost sheep of the house of Israel and He led out as many as received Him from the Jewish sheepfold to join His other sheep – His gentile sheep. And there shall be one sheepfold and one GOOD Shepherd of the sheep – for there is now no longer Jew or Gentile, slave or free, male and female for we are all one in Christ Jesus.

Jesus brought peace to Jew and Gentile alike read more...

John 10:11

John 10:11

On many occasions the Lord Jesus used the phrase: I Am, as a bold proclamation of His deity and equality with God the Father. The Messiah of Israel was God incarnate, and on this occasion He presented Himself as the good Shepherd, Who laid down His life for the sheep.

Referring to Himself as the Shepherd of the sheep was a metaphor that was easy to understand during the time of Christ.. for there had been many prophets, priests read more...

John 10:14

John 10:14

Jesus is our Good Shepherd and knows us by name - just as we know Jesus as our Saviour God and gentle Shepherd. Yet He elevates our relationship with Himself to heights beyond our imagination - He compares our relationship to Himself with His Own intimate and cherished relationship with the Father. Jesus said - I know My sheep and My sheep know me-JUST AS MY FATHER KNOWS ME AND I KNOW THE FATHER.

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John 10:15

John 10:15

What is more helpless than a little lamb or what is sillier that a straying sheep and yet we are the sheep of His pasture and we are His little lambs that need to be nurtured and protected by our good shepherd.

Twice in this chapter the Lord identifies Himself as the Good Shepherd. The first time He is identified as the good shepherd of Israel. He leads the lost sheep of the house of Israel that hear His voice out of the sheepfold read more...

John 10:17

John 10:17

Christ laid down His life as the one and only compulsory sin-offering that was required to appease the wrath of a holy and righteous God - but Christ also laid down his life as a free-will offering - a burnt-offering - a voluntary sacrifice - a sweet savour to the Lord, and this is why the Father loves Him - this is why Jesus Christ is the beloved Son of the Father.

His voluntary death was succeeded by His glorious resurrection. read more...

John 10:18

John 10:18

The Lord Jesus Christ is the perfect Man Who of His own human volition willingly lay down His sinless life as a ransom for His fellow men. The Jews may have falsely accused Him and screamed out for His death; Pilate may have condemned Him and handed Him over to be crucified; the Roman soldiers may have driven the nails into His hands and feet and your sins and mine may have been laid upon Him in those three hours of deep darkness - but He lay His own life down of read more...

John 10:27

John 10:27

Jesus is our heavenly Shepherd Who came from His home above to gather all who would follow Him and believe on His name to become one-fold with one Shepherd. Jesus is our caring Shepherd Who guard and guides us, Who feeds us and tends us, Who protects us and loves us and Who intimately know each of His own, by name.

Jesus is our good Shepherd Who gave His life that we might live. And His sheep hear His voice and hearing and read more...

John 10:28

John 10:28

Our great and good Shepherd of the sheep, knows all the needs of His little flock. He protects them from danger, He finds them when they're lost, He understands their deepest concerns and He provides for all their needs.

The rich, well-watered heavenly home, to which they are travelling, is the great gift of life; abundant life; eternal life - a heavenly life, that has been generously bestowed on all who trust their heavenly read more...

John 10:30

John 10:30

Jesus knew that the hour of His death was approaching and so He prepared to lead the lost sheep of the house of Israel out of their sheepfold.. and join them together with His “other sheep', for whom He also would soon shed His blood.

The increasing resistance of the Jewish leaders, who constantly called for more and more evidence of His claimed Messiah-ship were about to hear the clear evidence of Christ right to the read more...

John 10:36

John 10:36

Jesus claimed deity, eternality, omniscience and equality with the Father on many occasions, and the Jews of His day knew exactly what Christ meant when He called God His Father and referred to Himself as the Son of Man.. when He forgave sins or identified Himself with the holy name of God:- I AM. But how often do we hear the apostate; the heretic; the agnostic; the atheist; the cults and even carnal Christians declare that Christ never claimed to be the one true read more...