THE WISDOM OF WINNING THE HEART OF THE LOST SHEEP

THE WISDOM OF WINNING THE HEART OF THE LOST SHEEP


By Mark Haokip

In regards to your request for clarification concerning 'Jesus Christ, the King of kings including the future prosperity of the Kuki nation by His name' made mentioned in the article has reflected is the commonly expected posterity. And in this manner, I add the following parable would enlighten you more in a specific area of interest:

"The lost sheep was found by a good man in the wilderness and with compassion and love, he looks after them until their masters could find them. One day, servants of the true owner of those sheep had found them in the wilderness but the sheep did not recognize them that they are their masters' servants.

The lost sheep had newly learned the traditions and customs of the wilderness good man that their master's servants could not persuade them to take home. Because the lost sheeps only recognized the voice of their new shepherd and his rode. Because they learned many new things under affliction and teaching by that rode. Therefore, the lost sheep only obey the voice of that good man in the wilderness.

On the other hand, the Master had sent his servants to persuaded the lost sheep to return home, however, they couldn't overcome the sheep because they think the servants were strangers.

For this case, the servants must be careful and wise enough to deal with the sheep. Thus, shouldn't they convince the wilderness man to aid them to bring back those sheep? Yes, they should hire him to bring back all those sheep for a price or reward so that the sheep will follow them to return home.

As a result, it needs the wisdom to think philosophically to win the war than direct use of the master's rode. In this way, they can be feeding in the meadow of Deuteronomy 30:10.