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There's always room for you
The Christian Science Monitor
Do you ever feel that everybody else seems to be nicely settled but there's no room anywhere for you? The reasons for homelessness may range widely, but at the heart of the challenge in each case is a feeling of being shut out from good.
Christ Jesus' analogy of the shepherd and the sheep gives a picture of God's loving care for all of His creation. One of the important things a shepherd does for his sheep is to provide a fold for them. It's quite unthinkable that even one lamb should be shut out from the fold for a single night. And this is still a very reassuring thought in overcoming homelessness.
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