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Identifier: McGillLibrary-PN970_N45_G66_1845-1653

Title: The good shepherd

Year: 1845 (1840s)

Authors: Thomas Nelson & Sons,publisher

Subjects: Christian literature. Conduct of life -- Juvenile fiction -- Juvenile fiction. Chapbooks -- Specimens. Chapbooks -- England -- London -- 19th century McGill University Library Digitized Title McGill Library's Chapbook Collection Christian literature Conduct of life Chapbooks

Publisher: London Edinburgh New York : T. Nelson and Sons

Contributing Library: McGill University Library

 

 

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4 THE GOOD SHEPHERD, 1. Who is the Good Shepherd.—The Lord JesusChrist .He claims the title for himself. 2. Who art the lost sheep t—Sinners, They arecalled lost sheep, because they,like lost sheep, havewandered from Him who alone can protect them:they are defenceless and sure to be destroyed, forthey can never return of themselves. 3. WJiat does the Good Shepherd do for his sheep t—Seeks them, brings them back, feeds, guards, anddies for them. All this Jesus does for sinners. 4. Who are Christs sheep t—Those who follow himand take him for their shepherd. 5. How may you become one of Chris fs sheep f—Bylistening to his call, and crying to him to save you.He will do it, for he loves the lambs of his flock. 6. Where shall Christs flock be gathered together atlast?—In heaven. All Christs sheep will begathered there—no wolf, no thief can enter,—hewill lead them by green pastures and living waters. ILLUSTRATIVE STORY.

 

 

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Taken circa 1845