“A QUESTION TO PONDER!”


 

“A QUESTION TO PONDER!”

“A DAY AS A SHEPHERD”

As discerning believers, I wonder if you would assist me in sharing this question, which is from the Holy Spirit who shared this with me. First I ask those about to ponder this, think about what the Lord offered the Samaritan woman at the well.

The parable goes as such, there are two shepherds moving their flock to a new pasture. As they travel, they come upon a road that goes down the middle of two lush fields. 

One has a well, the other not. The grass in both is lush and green, both have flocks grazing, the one without the well the sheep look very content and peaceful. The other the sheep are content but having to visit the well, over and over. 

Which of the two fields, as a shepherd would you lead your flock too? Keep in mind there is no right or wrong answer, only an opportunity to ponder why you chose the field you did.

I pray you will pose this to your friends, fellow worshippers, and observe yours and their answers. Please forward your answers to me, (romboughrobert@hotmail.com) I will provide why I answered as I did. Blessings to all 

Robert

About Trumpeters Call

In case you’re wondering what the flipside of Truth is, “Knowing the Holy Spirit is showing you your shortcomings within the truth and you have the courage and faith to recognize it’s under God’s GRACE. And Turning It Over to God to Deal with it for you. The FLIPSIDE OF TRUTH it’s God’s.
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