Fourth Sunday of Easter

April 25, 2010


The Gospel looks at Jesus as the true shepherd; one that has three characteristics:  knowing, leading, and life-giving.

It is hard to really know someone because it requires real patience.

Leading is equally as challenging because real leaders must know the difference between power and authority.

Giving your life is an obvious challenge, and centers around love as a choice.

In the end, we wonder why some of us hear God’s call so clearly, but others struggle so much.

So join us as we reflect on Jesus as the shepherd of our own lives.

CLICK HERE for the Readings for the Fourth Sunday of Easter: (Acts 13:14,43-52; Ps 100; Revelation 7:9,14b-17; John 10-27-30)


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