Today we’ll read Deuteronomy chapter 14, we’ll complete the Gospel of John by reading chapter 21, and we’ll read Psalm 60, from the New Century Version.
May God bless the reading of His Word.
Well, on yesterday’s episode, I said it was Wednesday. Did I throw you? As it turns out, yesterday was pre-Wednesday, otherwise know as Tuesday. Today is Wednesday.
So what did Jesus mean by telling Peter three different times, “Feed my sheep”? As it turns out, in the original language, each time Jesus says the phrase, it is slightly different.
The first time, Jesus is telling him to care for the lambs. The second time he tells Peter to oversee the sheep. The third time he says to tend the sheep. I don’t have time for a complete explanation here, but I’ll put a link on the show notes page at LifespringMedia.com, to an article online that gives a good explanation. If this interests you, give it a look. Here’s the link: http://www.gotquestions.org/feed-my-sheep.html
Until tomorrow, may God bless you richly. I’m Steve Webb.