Sheep Among Wolves - Poem

Luke 10:1-9 From the dark the wolves do watch, As naked lambs travel to and fro, No bag, no cloak, no sandals, As to every town they go. Messengers of the One to come, To each house they bleat out peace, Announcing to all the Kingdom of God, And His eternal feast. To make such a feast the field must yield, Its bounty in due time, Laborers are few so pray the Lord, Send those to tend, to prune and vine. The bleating peace does go out, And often times returns, And those who accept that potent peace, Give the laborer what he deserves.   Relying on the Shepherd, The sheep heal, by word and by hand, No mind to wolf with fiery eyes, God's Kingdom is at hand! Author's Note: I realize that not everyone appreciates poetry. In speaking with friends and family, this disdain for poetry often arises from confusion or the inability to understand exactly what the poem is getting at. I completely understand this situation. I too struggle and find myself reading a poem or even a sta

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