Near Death – Near Life

Fridays: The Gospels
John 10:1-21

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Those who have had a near-death experience speak about passing through a tunnel having a great light at the end. Actually, these are “near-life” experiences.

Jesus is the door. As you approach Jesus in faith, you are having such a near-life experience. Pass through the door, which is Jesus, and rest with the Good Shepherd.

Do not be satisfied with merely a near-death experience of self, but rather a whole-death one. Lift your heart into the open doorway of the side of Jesus. His heart waits to receive you as the bridegroom of your soul. Return often during the day to the image of Jesus as your Good Shepherd.

The Reading for Today
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Bible Breaths
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Hearing now the Shepherd’s voice v. 3
Safe when entering the Gate v. 9
Good Shepherd dies for the sheep. v. 11
One day, one flock, one Shepherd v. 16

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This is the Sixth in Easter, Year A.
See “Solar and Sacred Seasons” in the menu above.
We read the Gospel of John during Lent and Easter.

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One thought on “Near Death – Near Life

  1. Bible Breath: Hearing now the Shepherd’s voice John 10: 3

    With space surrounding your soul, there is silence to hear the whispers of the Shepherd.

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