Out in the Judean wilderness, east of Bethlehem there is a small village. Beit Sahour, West Bank, Palestine, is surrounded by a landscape that looks like a barren desert. The land is rocky and sandy. To the naked eye, one would say that this land could not sustain life, especially the life of shepherds and flocks of sheep. One does not see anything green growing nor can one find a sustainable water source. But shepherds have the ability to find these two precious commodities. Not only to keep them alive but to also insure their flocks would flourish.
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