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Are you praying for your Lost Sheep (Waldo)

Are you praying for your Lost Sheep (Waldo)

Are you praying for your Lost Sheep (Waldo)

Are You Praying for your Lost Sheep (Waldo) Immanuel Baptist Church Corbin KY

Immanuel Baptist Church in Corbin, KY

Jesus is our Great Shepherd. He leaves the 99 to seek the lost. Did you get that? He seeks the lost. He seeks us! Not us seeking him.

Per their Facebook: A Waldo is someone that you are close to that does not know Jesus. Your #WALDO is someone closest to you but furthest from God.  Waldo— the person God placed in your life who needs Jesus. Every student has a name, every name has a story, and every story matters to God.

I know they have made silicon bracelets with WALDO on it and a sticker for the car with a sheep on it.

IBCC even has a youth group called Group 99.

Speaking of Lost Sheep, I’ve made several Kindness Rocks with a Sheep on it.

Sheep do go astray

When Sheep Go Astray

Luke 15:4

“Suppose one of you has a hundred sheep and loses one of them. Doesn’t he leave the ninety-nine in the open country and go after the lost sheep until he finds it?”

I reached out to IBCC and this is their reply via Facebook Messenger: It comes from the passage in Luke of the shepherd who leaves the 99 to go after the one sheep. We named that sheep Waldo. We have been doing it for about 5 years. We have sticker that you can put on the back of your car.

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