Which Sheep are Mine to Feed? — 8 Comments

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  2. Love this post, sweet friend, It really put things in a different….a higher perspective. I have always felt such a compelling pull toward the heart of Jesus when I read His words to Peter…they are words to you and to me, too…such an intimate calling…closer to His side and to allow the abundance of Him that we find there to pour out into the lives of the precious sheep and lambs all around us. God, help us to be faithful to keep them bountifully fed. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!

  3. Thank you for reminding me that we do make things so much harder than they have to be. I’m so guilty of that! I’ve not reached out more than I’d like to admit because it seemed too hard to do. I really appreciate your thoughts and perspectives and the verses you shared here! Thank you!

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