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June 11, 2018

June 11, 2018

Judy Hollaway


March 4

Running with Jesus 2015


Luke 10:3 “On your way! But be careful—this is hazardous work. You’re like lambs in a wolf pack.


     We all need to learn about the sheep nature as we run by ourselves today!  I had to hang out here before moving on. 

     Sheep not only like to run in groups as we looked at yesterday, they have a lot of weak areas that make them vulnerable to wolf attacks. Let's look at a few; first they have no strong teeth or sharp feet so they can't defend themselves. They are not swift runners to flee predators. They are easily frightened or spooked causing them to cluster that can smother each other. They like to wander off alone and this helps make them vulnerable. They depend on their leaders. Their most important sense is their listening, listening to their leader for guidance, direction, and protection. 

     These things are so true about the body of Christ so we must learn to listen to our Master's voice and when He calls and warns us we must be swift to listen to be a runner who can finish His race! 


Father,  thank You for being our shepherd!!! You are always there to help us with our weak areas and You power us to win our battles by giving us the strength to stay in the race. And help us remember You show up best in weak ones. Our greatest weakness is disobedience. Give us a willing and obedient Spirit, apart from You we can do nothing. With You we are very beneficial to Your kingdom work.  You provide wool for comfort and meat to help sustain through hard times in life! Help us, sheep, continue on the race! 


Tomorrow: We have to face the wolves.

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