ABOUT THE BOOK
Why would Jesus thrice ask Peter, “Do you love me?”
The Author believes Jesus wanted to find out from Peter if he could relate with the sheep as friends and not on a master-servant relationship levels, as seen among some pastors of our time. I don’t think if we love the sheep as ourselves and as we love Christ; the owner of the Sheep, would take a fee from them for consultation and the likes.
- Feed my Sheep! The question is, with what food?
- The Baby Jesus in a manger; does it speak to us?
- Are the Sheep well fed or they are malnourished?
- Is it evil to support your Shepherd as well as the Church with your substances?
Without mincing words, in this book, the author, through divine inspiration and the principles of allowing scripture to interpret scripture, skilfully brings to bare answers to these questions.
Feed my Sheep is a treasury! An excellent book that clearly lays out God’s way of shepherding, the full package of salvation to the sheep, the concept of sin and righteousness, the relationship between the Sheep and the Shepherd and many more – you won’t want to miss a single word of it!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
E.O. Boamah is one of the Shepherds chosen by God to herald the message of the gospel in this dispensation. As a called Evangelist, he’s mandated to reconcile lost souls to Christ, nurture them holistically in creative wisdom, sacrificial life and scriptural holiness and to help them measure up to the fullness and stature of Christ. His delight is in raising men that are knowledgeable in the Word for ministry. This is because, he believes in the priesthood of all believers.
As a revivalist and a resourceful counsellor, his messages on several platforms enlighten destinies and shape visions unto accomplishment. As a dynamic grace preacher, his emphasis is on the finished work of Christ. He’s bent on leaving his audience in a state of joy by revealing to them the true identity of Jesus our Emmanuel, how we can live on earth as Christ lived.
E.O. Boamah is currently a student as the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary, Saltpond.
He lives in Nkwakwa Kwahu with his family.