Usually, we could say that the one who shepherds the flock is not one of the lambs or sheep in the flock. But the Lamb and the Shepherd that are mentioned in this lesson are unusual. The Lamb who becomes the Shepherd has been in our place when he lived here. He knows what it’s like to be us. He can sympathize with our situation. He knows what help we need. And, he has the power to do something about it.
1) Salvation belongs to him.
2) He feeds and protects us.