Seven (7) Tools in a Shepherd's Bag (Pack of 5)TRACT-0458
Seven (7) Tools in a Shepherd's Bag (Pack of 5)
A flock has different kinds of sheep—rams, ewes, wethers, lambs, weaners, and hoggets. And sheep have personalities—some easygoing, some ornery; some smart, some dumb; some high producers, others more of a liability.
God’s flocks (congregations) are like that. All of God’s children are not the same: some need little guidance; some need help from time to time; others must practically be carried. Some are ornery and do dumb things. Most are smart, easygoing, and high producers. In 1 Thessalonians 5:12–15, Paul wrote of the different
kinds of church members.
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