This fourth Sunday of Easter has been called by many “A
Good Shepherd Sunday. Based on the narrative from John 10
that reminds us about how Jesus as the captain of our souls
demonstrate what it means to be a servant. Jesus calls
Himself a Good Shepherd. He didn’t call Himself Mayor Jesus,
he didn’t call Himself King Jesus or Commissioner Jesus, but
He called Himself a shepherd – a servant, a caretaker, a
Metaphorically speaking more often than not we are like the
sheep that needs a Good Shepherd. We are His people and
the sheep of His pasture and therefore we depend on God
for everything. The only way a shepherd can know his sheep,
is by being among them and so is Jesus.
Jesus brings a model of servant hood leadership and the
Lessons from Jesus To be servant leader that uses power
honestly To be servant leaders that inspire others to service
To be servant leaders that start where people are
But one critical question is who is your Shepherd?
I encourage you to choose Christ as your shepherd, simply
because He cares for His sheep no matter what.
Jesus is the Good shepherd who protects and sustains the life of the
Remember when you choose Christ, you choose life