Sunday, October 14, 2012

Stand Ewe-r Ground!

Sheep sometimes can find themselves "out in the cold " due to their natural tendency to wander! They easily become separated from the flock & vulnerable to danger.

Do Ewe know where the rest of the flock went? They must be lost!
The unsuspecting sheep is unaware of all the "Possibilities" this little excursion holds; "Lions & Tigers & Bears Oh My!" Besides predators, there are numerous other difficulties . There are food concerns, weather, treacherous terrain, & natural disasters!
Independence Day has arrived! "The Hills are alive with the Sound of Music!"
Thank goodness there is a Resolute Shepherd who notices that the sheep is missing! He immediately sets out on a search & rescue mission to recover the stray sheep. He understands the danger involved, yet refuses to back away from the challenges of recovering the lost sheep.
I will carry ewe back the whole way if necessary!
The Shepherd's resoluteness, defined as:"an unwavering & fixed refusal to budge or back down", is observed in the world of nature in the Badger. This tenacious member of the weasel family will hold its ground when confronted. The Honey Badger, located in Africa & India, is in the Guinness Book of World Records as the most fearless creature in the world!
Are Ewe feeling lucky? Ewe better think twice!
The Badger has 2 in. claws which enable it to dig itself out of sight in 90 seconds. With  its vicious long teeth & powerful  jaws, A Badger is even able to fend off a dog up to 4x its weight!
When it comes to digging, I'm Baaa...D!
Sheep are protected from their "Tendency" to wander, by a Resolute Shepherd, who has devoted himself to their safety & care! They truly have "Someone Looking out for EWE"!

Oh No! Not AGAIN! HAS anyone out there seen my Shepherd?
Our Good Shepherd is resolute about seeking & finding His Sheep! He is relentless when it comes to saving EWE! Now that's a comforting thought Ewe can Live with! 
"Therefore, my beloved brethren, be steadfast,
immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord,knowing that your labor is not in vain in the Lord ."1Cor.15:58

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