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 this psalm is read on Good Shepherd Sunday, many people jump from John 10 to Psalm 23.
Route 22 is the thoroughfare leading to Good Shepherd, which is slightly west of Harbor.
Any landlords with an available property can call the Good Shepherd on 01902 399955 or send an email to tina@gsmwolverhampton.org.uk
A good shepherd also values life and the environment, said Santos.
All of the Keller Williams Realtors in Oklahoma City will be volunteering at Good Shepherd Clinic on May 9 for a day of service by painting and other miscellaneous jobs in the Midtown facility.
Gary Schmidt: Founded in 1908, Good Shepherd is an independent, nonprofit post-acute provider offering care at 70-plus locations throughout the Lehigh Valley and Philadelphia regions.
Both Good Shepherd Hospice and Mercy Medical Center are members of Catholic Health Services.
The Good Shepherd Centre is a secure and semi-independent living service for vulnerable young people aged from 12 to 17.
The report "Weaving the Web: Documenting the Good Shepherd sisters' Approach to Community based Development and Child Protection in Kolwezi, DRC" is the result of six-months of research, which examined the unique approach of Bon Pasteur Kolwezi in developing and implementing a community-led child protection program in artisanal and small-scale (ASM) cobalt mining communities.