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June 10, 2018

June 10, 2018

Judy Hollaway


March 3

Running With Jesus 2015


Luke 10:1,3 Later the Master selected seventy and sent them ahead of him in pairs to every town and place where he intended to go. “On your way! But be careful—this is hazardous work. You’re like lambs in a wolf pack.


                I had an interesting study this morning on the lambs/ sheep. Jesus sends the seventy out in pairs. I found that sheep like to stay in a flock. They are socializers and become stressed when isolated; this stress is reduced if they are provided with a mirror the sight of other sheep has stress-reducing properties. 

                It is so interesting when you study into scriptures as to why Jesus used certain words to convey His message. He referred often to us as sheep and He a shepherd.  I am so much like the sheep I am always more comfortable when I have someone to hang with me while I work! I do not like to travel alone. Jesus knew that the wittiness’s would meet opposition and would need someone alongside so he paired them up and sent them two by two. So God will usually pair you up with someone who has the same desires you have! Then you can go to work as a team! I have experienced this in every work God has called me to do. 


Father thank You for the friends You give me to work with. Thank You for the encouragement they give me to help me continue on in the way You desire for me to serve You! I am thankful when I am down they lift me up and when they are down I can l lift them up. 


                Pray and ask God who you are to text, call or send a card to. Let it be that one you have that is always there for you!!


Let's keep examining our sheep running with us tomorrow!

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