The Good Shepherd

by Ryan Guai

Before SOW, I felt like the lost sheep, out in the wilderness and separated from my Creator. Although I felt anxious to return to Him, I felt unworthy and unwelcome, and was held back by my comfort with going for Mass. However a part of me longed to be reunited with God. Having plucked up the courage to go for SOW, it has been a coming home for me. I feel a sense of peace that I now dwell in the Lord’s house and can enjoy the graces and protection that He gives freely. Thank you Jesus for calling me back to you.

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