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Teachings on the Parable of the Lost Sheep

By: Olivia Cristina

Jesus narrates the parable of the lost sheep to illustrate to his followers how necessary it is to follow the teachings of God and the Bible. In the parable, the sheep is lost in the field and soon begins to have difficulty finding its way home. At the end of the story, she is found by a man who has been looking for her. The important thing is to know how to follow God's guidelines, despite being in difficulties we must never leave our flock, because he is our shepherd and we shall not want!

What is the Parable of the Lost Sheep?

The Parable of the Lost Sheep is a biblical teaching about the loss of a sheep. It presents a vision of the world that makes us question our precepts and makes us reflect on our choices in today's society.

The lost sheep is a character that appears in human history to teach us our fragility. It represents our condition of being dependent on others and shows how sins committed by humans can harm others who live around us.

The Parable of the Lost Sheep has influenced many people throughout history, especially those who were living in societies where there were great inequalities. It was one of the main reasons why Christian churches spread throughout the world.

What Does God Want to Speak Through the Parable of the Lost Sheep?

The parable of the lost sheep is one of the best known and most read in the Bible. The story is told in the second chapter of the Book of Genesis, and it shows the importance of God to human beings. When talking about the parable, God wants to show us that He is the only one who can bring us happiness and the way to paradise “God is our shepherd and we shall not want”.

Who Are the Lost Sheep?

Who lost the sheep?
What happened to them?
The Parable of the Lost Sheep is one of the most famous biblical tales. We can divide it into five parts. Part 1: The sheep were lost in the middle of the desert. Part 2: The shepherds searched for the sheep all day and night, but found none. Part 3: The shepherds discovered that the sheep had been taken away by an unseen person. Part 4: The shepherds sent a message to God asking for help. Part 5: God answered the shepherds' request and returned the sheep to the shepherds.

God Cares for All His Flock

The parable of the lost sheep is a classic example of the story of the God whose love extends to all his flocks. That love is exactly what makes God go back to find and save the lost sheep. God cares about each one of us, even when we are far from caring about ourselves.

Even if you are far from God and living in sin, our Father will never stop loving and caring for you. He will always be there for you and for you!

For God every human being is unique and loved unconditionally.

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