Let’s say you have twenty people under your care. You’re their shepherd — the person “keeping watch over their souls.” You get them for one year, and afterwards you’ll stand before their Lord to give an account of your shepherding.
What will you do?
There’s more than one right answer, but it’s important to do something.
We would learn to follow Jesus — so that’s what we’ll do. Every day we’ll learn something from Jesus about how to become the person He would be in our shoes. Then we’ll teach it to the others.
How will we do this? By reading the Gospels. To keep things straight we pulled a Harmony of the Gospels from our library. It presents all four books in one chronological account.