Just a few little updates:
1. I’ve added a link to my navigation bar to my posts on wholemagazine.org. I write devotionals for them every Tuesday, so there’s a new post each week. I hope you check it out!
2. If you’ve ever wondered what kind of music I listen to while I’m writing or doing a Bible study, I have a pretty crazy-big/awesome Spotify playlist that you can listen or subscribe to here 🙂
3. I know I’ve failed on my promises of more regular posting so far! I’m sorry! It’s something I’m working on, but I can’t really guarantee anything regular as of yet 😛 I just had my interview for grad school a few days ago (pray for that if you’d like!), and finals week is coming up, so I’ve been busy! Hopefully things will smooth out soon, though. In the meantime, I’ll post as much as I can. Thanks for understanding!
There are lots of metaphors for our relationship with God, aren’t there? Father/children, groom/bride, vine/branches, and the list goes on. I think my favorite one, though, is that of the Good Shepherd and his sheep.
Photo credit: Giulio Bernardi on Flickr
The metaphor tells us a lot about who God is but also a lot about who we are. Knowing those two things tells us in turn what our relationship with God should look like. I want to take a quick look at that with this post. There are two main chunks of scripture that talk about this metaphor, one in John and one in Psalms. They each correlate with a certain aspect of the relationship displayed in this analogy. So without further ado…