Jesus said, "I am the Good Shepherd." Some shepherds work only for pay and leave their sheep unprotected. By contrast, the good shepherd lays down his life to save his sheep. No one forces him to do so. He chooses to give his life for the sheep he knows by name and loves to the end. Though rejected by many Jesus, the Good Shepherd, is the cornerstone to salvation. As the sheep, knowing him is our only path into heaven. “There is no salvation through anyone else.”
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