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• Memory Verse: John 10:14-15
I am the good shepherd; and I know My own, and My own know Me, even as the Father knows Me and I know the Father; and I lay down My life for the sheep.
• Develop a God-attentiveness
Learn to developer a deeper trust in God by observing how He takes care of you. One person recently shared with me how the other day his wife felt overwhelmed with the things going on. He took this need to God in prayer. The Lord cancelled an evening meeting which enabled him to stay home and help his wife. God does lots of special things like this. Unfortunately, we do not pray and consequently do not see how God works out such situations.
Write out needs that you know of in a journal and pray (make sure you include the need of others). Observe how God cares for each matter. Write the answer to prayer next to the request along with the date. Be attentive: some answers come in unexpected ways and times.
• Pass on the Shepherd’s love
Call at least one friend and one relative this week. See how they have been lately and start praying for or with them. Also plan to spend time with them and help them when they need help.
Progress on projects should be recorded in a spiritual journal of some type.
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Scriptures typically quoted from the New American Standard Bible unless noted:
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