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Transcript of The Lamb
Jesus tells us in John chapter 10 verse 11: "I am a good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep. And in verse 14-15:
"I am a good shepherd, I know my own sheep and they know
me just as my Father knows me and I know my Father. And I lay
down my life for the sheep." (All About Jesus Christ 2012) The lamb can also symbolize emotions and feelings such as warmth(protection), softness(kindness), and peacefulness(relaxation) making the mood of this poem be happy. In William Blake's drawing of "The Lamb," he shows a boy who appears to be around 5 years old (as little as the little lamb). The little boy is nude perhaps to resemble the beauty of God's creation or the subtle protection he feels from the sheep. It also shows the sheep resting upon the grass and eating from it meaning that the herd of sheep were given a vast amount food by God so they could grow and develop. The little boy is feeding a little lamb (perhaps the lamb he asked the question to) which shows kindness, meekness, trust, gentleness, protection, and confidence. It also makes the child resemble Jesus the good shepherd.