Green Grass-Fed

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I’ve heard Christians say, “I need a church where I’m fed.”

 

 

The Good Shepherd of Psalm 23 led his sheep to the green pasture. There’s nothing about him pulling up the grass and putting it in their mouths. Looks to me like the sheep still had to eat on their own.

So when someone says “I’m not being fed here,” I think they really mean “The grass looks greener on the other side of the fence.”bless soul pic

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2 Responses to Green Grass-Fed

  1. Kathe says:

    “God feeds the birds of the air but He does not throw it into their nests.”-Anonymous
    There is an old Irish blessing that people used to say when they saw someone working on something: “God bless the work.”
    So it goes to show if you want to be blessed (or fed) then work on it. “Be diligent σπουδάζω (spoudazo=”diligent” not “study”) to show thyself approved to God, a workman that needs not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”
    Get your books out and set aside the time to work on your understanding of God’s word and stop blaming your minister for not spoon feeding you.

    • Shirlee Abbott says:

      “He does not throw it into their nests.” Oh Kathe, that says it perfectly. Thank you.

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