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    MacArthur - Pastoral Ministry: How to Shepherd Biblically Submitted to Dr. David W. Hirschman, in partial fulfillment Of the requirements for the completion of the course, LEAD 635 Pastoral Ministry By Paris Marshall-Cole October 4, 2013 SUMMARY John MacArthur and a team of authors from the staff of the Masters College and Seminary combine their pastoral expertise and resources to publish the book, Pastoral Ministry: How to Shepherd Biblically. This book is targeted to

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    knew and loved the lord with all his heart. ‘Jesus is a good shepherd and all who own him as their shepherd and Lord know the true meaning of happiness and peace with God. ‘ (Stewart, 2006) The psalm starts with a figure of speech, a metaphor, ‘the Lord is my shepherd’. Jesus is indeed the Good Shepherd but according to Bratcher if we are to be serious about how to pray and read this psalm ‘we should first know the meaning of shepherd’. [Bratcher, 2008] Thus, If one focus’ directly on the provision

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    The Passionate Shepherd and The Nymph’s Reply are two very intriguing poems with two different viewpoints on Love, Nature, Time, and the Materialistic world. In this comparative essay you will understand how two people love each other unconditionally, but have divergent views on how to love one another. The Shepherd is in love with the nymph and he believes that if he gives her everything that she ambitiously desires then she’ll come and dwell with him. To me the Shepherd’s love is more based around

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    read the assigned reading from Laniak’s Shepherds After My Own Heart with great interest. The author does not waste time and starts by giving the reader a through overview of the historical context of the shepherd motif in the ancient world. This concept is grounded in the cultural traditions of the ancient near east world. After a lengthy exposition of the shepherd role in the ancient world, the author gives of a thorough explanation of the role the shepherd motif played in the Old and New Testament

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    Taking place during spring under multiple weather conditions the comparisons made between the poems “The Passionate Shepherd to His Love” by Christopher Marlowe and “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd” by Sir Walter Raleigh both share the similar motives of a Shepherd attaining love in a relationship through different scenarios. However, the overall message of love differs between the authors by the difference in their tone. The incorporation of iambic tetrameter in both poems proves vital to the

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    German Shepherds are known to protect and serve. They can be very good family dogs with their good personalities and good protection, but they come with a lot of health issues. German Shepard’s get their name because of coming from Germany they were founded by a man named Mav von Stephanitz which was a former cavalry. He loved to attend dog shows one day a dog caught his eye, a dog that had all the traits he was looking for in a dog. The dog’s name was Hektor Linksrhein after the purchase of the

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    German shepherds-blend best with your family members Finding a German Shepard dog breeder doesn't have to be hard. There are hundreds of trained professionals as German Shepherds breeders Florida who breed dogs around the clock or dedicate a lot of time to the progression in their spare time. Prior to looking for a dog breeder, you require being totally certain that a purebred puppy is amazing that you and your family wish for, and will be a superior fit with your way of life. Superior dog breeders

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    the poems “The Passionate Shepherd to his love” and “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd” we see these two types of people interact with one and another through letters as one expresses his love and the other rejects it. We see how the Shepherd views the world and the blossoming of love and we see the Nymph’s view of the world and her skeptical view on love. The story of these two poems start with the declaration of love from the Shepherd within “The Passionate Shepherd to his love,” with the first

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    The purpose of this thesis is to compare and contrast iconography of the Good Shephard, in relation to the status of the Good Shepherd as one of the most popular icons representing Jesus, its origins in pagan art, and the use of similar subject matter. The two images reviewed here cover the period of the early stages of Christianity within the Roman Empire, and are depictions of the Good Shephard using different format and technique. The Merriam Webster description of iconography is “traditional

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    Throughout the years, the German Shepherd dog has become well known by many. It has become one of the most popular dogs in America due to the services that it provides for communities. According to the American Kennel Club Dog registration statistics, the German Shepherd has ranked in second among all other dog breeds since 2012. I believe the domestication and breeding of this dog played an important in role in the development of mankind. German Shepherds have not only contributed to multiple

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