John 10:10-15

For the next several months we will be walking through the life and teachings of Jesus as told to us by someone who walked with Him, the Apostle John.

Jesus knows us to our very core – the good, the bad, and the ugly. Still, being the Good Shepherd, He chose to give up His life in perfect sacrifice to pay our ransom. This week Zach Farrar reminded us that there is nothing inside of our human nature that can fix our depravity. Only Jesus, who took on our every sin and bore our darkest shame, has the power to purify us from all unrighteousness. As the Good Shepherd, He desires to be in close, intimate relationship with His sheep. He wants to lead us into pastures of revival, renewal, and strength. He desires for us to have life to the full. Although there can be terror in the exposure of our sin before God, there is also true joy in the forgiveness of a perfect Father. Do you have hidden sin that needs to be confessed before God? Will you rest in the love and grace of the Good Shepherd?

If you would like to begin a conversation about following Jesus or would like to talk more about how your story and the Gospel connect, we would love to hear from you. If you have questions, please feel free to ask them here.

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