What did Jesus mean when he said “I am the door of the sheep”? And what are the implications of this passage for us?
In this talk, I discuss the “I am” statement in John’s gospel that can be found in John 10:1-10.
While there are many things we can draw out, I focus on 3 main things we can take away from the passage.
Are you seeking to go through other doors in your life instead of the door of Jesus Christ?
Are you trying to be a door for someone else?
And how will you respond to Jesus’ invitation to enter through His door?
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Robert is the founder of Drawing on the Word. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Theology and a Master’s degree in Systematic Theology. He also has a degree in Law and was called to the Bar. Robert previously taught religious studies and was a theology lecturer. He is an artist, musician and writer, and has created a graphic novel version of Luke’s gospel. You can follow him below.