Meeting tonight in the barn at 7pm. We will discuss some Sheepdogs of the past. Richard Wurmbrand, a Romanian Jew, who found Christ as a young man, became a sheepdog for Christ and Christ's Church. He was imprisoned, tortured, beaten, shamed, and threatened to an inch of death... time and time again. Yet, he never stop defending the word of Christ and his Church. We will also discuss the comparison of living selfless and or with love and the different positive and negative mentality of each.
But love, in the Christian sense, does not mean an emotion. It is a state not of the emotions but of the will; that state of the will which we have naturally about ourselves, and must learn to have about other people. – C.S. Lewis
Lt. Colonel Dave Grossman, author of "Sheepdogs", "on Killing" and "On Combat", tells an impactful story about men who are "wolf-like" who are called to protect the sheep. The sheepdog is very "wolf-like" but has a love for the sheep and has a desire to use their abilities for righteousness. Sheepdogs stand up, protect, and defend... intellectually, physically, religiously, and biblically.