Good Shepherd


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Good Shepherd

n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) New Testament a title given to Jesus Christ in John 10:11–12
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Noun1.Good Shepherd - a teacher and prophet born in Bethlehem and active in NazarethGood Shepherd - a teacher and prophet born in Bethlehem and active in Nazareth; his life and sermons form the basis for Christianity (circa 4 BC - AD 29)
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Such a one might make a good shepherd's dog, but is far from being the Good Shepherd.
Philip duly sent the papers and the money, and in return received a calendar worth about a penny, on which was set down the appointed passage to be read each day, and a sheet of paper on one side of which was a picture of the Good Shepherd and a lamb, and on the other, decoratively framed in red lines, a short prayer which had to be said before beginning to read.
Because classes were to be held on the Good Shepherd campus, the facility converted a large storage area into a "smart" classroom equipped with the latest computer hookups, projectors, DVDs, VCRs, surround sound, and 33 Internet-connected stations.
We were always threatened with the Good Shepherd when we were kids," said one local woman who didn't want to be named.
The company commemorated the occasion by donating a trailer to the Good Shepherd Food-Bank as part of its commitment to supporting the organization's critical mission to provide food to those in need.
Intimacy with our Good Shepherd is the source of everything we do or say.
FANCY DRESS: Pupils and staff at Good Shepherd School
Good Shepherd Medical Center's lead orthopedic nurse, Jeanne Jones, turned from surgical nurse to patient Friday morning when she became the first patient to undergo a MAKOplasty[R] at Good Shepherd.
The Good Shepherd Centre also includes a secure unit and a day unit, which will remain open.
The characters in The Good Shepherd would be proud of the De Niro attention to detail, allowing each narrative twist to unfurl in its own good time, and art direction is impressive, elegantly recreating the era of paranoia and subterfuge.
One year later the Good Shepherd Parish mounted a second exhibition, in response to the enthusiasm for the first.
Because this psalm is read on Good Shepherd Sunday, many people jump from John 10 to Psalm 23.