Posted by: Pure Glory | 06/12/2019

Listen To Our Shepherd

by Hazel Straub

The Lord calls us to become responsive and yielded (surrendered, submitted and relinquished) to him. He is our Shepherd, who leads and guides us, as we walk through difficult experiences. While we listen to his voice, rather than the enemy, we are able to pass through peril and trials.

Rather than focusing on the problems that we meet on the journey, lean and depend on the Shepherd. When we yield to his guidance and discipline, we become an overcomer of obstacles, character flaws, issues of the heart, ancestral and pet sins. Listen to his voice and yield to his instruction today. Willing, yielded and obedient, to the Lord, reaps a great harvest of innumerable blessings.

If you are willing and obedient, you shall eat the good of the land. (Isaiah 1:19 WEB)

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  1. Very much encouraging.

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  2. Beautiful post – thank you for this encouragement and reminder today to know that our Good Shepherd Is leading us. God bless you.

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  3. Let us all put our trust into the Good Shepherd!

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  4. Such an encouraging word. I really needed this right now. Thank you!

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    • Cindy, so glad that this word really spoke to you! Holy Spirit has a way of leading us to what we need to hear. You are welcome! Blessings!

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  5. Hazel, thank you so much. That encouraged my heart today. Leaning on and depending on Jesus in times of trouble, yielding to his guidance and discipline, we become an overcomer of obstacles. Amen!

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    • Sue, you are welcome. So good to know that it encouraged your heart. It is so important to keep our focus on Jesus and not our circumstances. Then we live an overcoming life with our focus on Jesus our Shepherd, who makes sure that we are never alone and have what we need. Abundant blessings, to you, Sue!

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