"Good Shepherd" 5th-century mosaic from the tomb of Galla Placidia in Ravenna. Image by Lawrence OP via Flickr; licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.
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Fourth Sunday of Easter
John 10:11-18 Commentary
by Meda Stamper
The good shepherd discourse, or at least the idea of Jesus as the good shepherd, is one of John’s especially memorable moments that tend to be remembered out of context.
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Acts 4:5-12 Commentary
by Troy Troftgruben
When it comes to modern preachers, “boldness” may not inherently be a virtue.
Psalm 23 Commentary
by Joel LeMon
Many of us can only hear the first line of the Psalm in the King James Version (KJV): “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.
1 John 3:16-24 Commentary
by Nijay Gupta
“And this is his commandment, that we should believe in the name of his Son Jesus Christ and love one another, just as he has commanded us” (1 John 3:23).
What's So Good About A Shepherd?
by Karoline Lewis
April 26, 2015
“Good sermon, Pastor!” Don’t you then want to respond, “What does that actually mean? What was good about it?” Isn’t that the anticipated adjective ...
SB415 - Fourth Sunday of Easter
Discussion on texts for Fourth Sunday of Easter (April 26, 2015): (Gospel) John 10:11-18; (First Reading) Acts 4:5-12; Psalm 23; (Second Reading) 1 John 3:16-24.