It was askedDid the Protestants get it all correct in the reformation,
who is to say they are not just as Blind
They were, and for the most part still are
just following the teachings of the Hero's of the Reformation
and those that have come behind themand they bring a blind man unto him,
and besought him to touch him.
23 And he took the blind man by the hand,
and led him out of the town
------ The 1st touch -----after he was led out
of that worthless house of Fishand when he had spit on his eyes,
and put his hands upon him,
he asked him if he saw ought.
24 And he looked up, and said,
I see men as trees, walking.
and the Blind man still didn't see clearly
but he saw
"men as trees, walking.
That is one of the problems with Sheep
they will just follow
the 1st "Lead Goat
" they see
following the Goats
of the Flock
as with the Blind man -- Led out of Bethsaida
Christ will have to touch our eyes the 2nd time
before we will be able to see clearly
until then the Sheep will just "Follow the
Lead Goats http://www.karengoatkeeper.com/2015/lead-goats/
Like other animals goats set up a social order.
The boss goat rules the herd.
The bottom goat gets picked on by all the others.
It’s easy to assume the boss goat runs the herd. Sometimes she does.
But often she is only the neighborhood bully. Another goat is the real leader.
When a goat herd goes out to pasture, the lead goat is in front.
She decides where the herd will go that day.
She moves the herd from place to place during the day.
She brings the herd in to the barn at night........
alsoA Judas Goat
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A Judas goat leading lambs to the slaughter
A Judas goat is a trained goat used in general animal herding. The Judas goat is trained to associate with sheep or cattle, leading them to a specific destination. In stockyards, a Judas goat will lead sheep to slaughter, while its own life is spared. Judas goats are also used to lead other animals to specific pens and onto trucks. They have fallen out of use in recent times, but can still be found in various smaller slaughterhouses in some parts of the world, as well as conservation projects.
The term is a reference to the biblical character Judas Iscariot.