Jn 10:10

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14 mI am the good shepherd. nI know my own and omy own know me, 15 pjust as the Father knows me and I know the Father; and qI lay down my life for the sheep. 16 And rI have other sheep that are not of this fold. sI must bring them also, and tthey will listen to my voice. So there will be uone flock, vone shepherd. 17 wFor this reason the Father loves me, xbecause yI lay down my life that I may take it up again. 18 zNo one takes it from me, but yI lay it down aof my own accord. I have authority to lay it down, and bI have authority to take it up again. cThis charge I have received from my Father.”

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For me this is an important passage to read. We have to remember that Jesus is the good shepherd, he sacrificed his own life in order to save us, the sheep. As I was reading this passage I noticed that one of the verses said that the sheep wont follow anyone else because they don’t recognize another voice. I find this verse a bit sad, because the way I took it, it seems that increasing numbers of Catholics, and I want to say Christians in general, are walking away from their faiths. These sheep, appear to no longer recognize the voice of the good shepherd, instead they are listening to the voices of money, power, lust, and gluttony calling out to them. Only the good shepherd really knows us by name, and he calls to us everyday; we just need to decide to listen for the call and we will hear it.

I also find it very fitting that I am reading this passage right before lent is about to begin. I say this because when the hireling is compared to the good shepherd, I felt that it was a good way to reflect on how we want to spend our lent. Will the challenges that go along with sacrifice cause us to walk away like the hireling when it becomes too difficult? Or will we face the challenges, even when it seems like it is too hard, just like the good shepherd would face a hungry wolf? If we can face our own wolves during this lent, then we will be on our way towards becoming like the good shepherd.

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For me this is an important passage to read. We have to remember that Jesus is the good shepherd, he sacrificed his own life in order to save us, the sheep. As I was reading this passage I noticed that one of the verses said that the sheep wont follow anyone else because they don’t recognize another voice. I find this verse a bit sad, because the way I took it, it seems that increasing numbers of Catholics, and I want to say Christians in general, are walking away from their faiths. These sheep, appear to no longer recognize the voice of the good shepherd, instead they are listening to the voices of money, power, lust, and gluttony calling out to them. Only the good shepherd really knows us by name, and he calls to us everyday; we just need to decide to listen for the call and we will hear it.

I also find it very fitting that I am reading this passage right before lent is about to begin. I say this because when the hireling is compared to the good shepherd, I felt that it was a good way to reflect on how we want to spend our lent. Will the challenges that go along with sacrifice cause us to walk away like the hireling when it becomes too difficult? Or will we face the challenges, even when it seems like it is too hard, just like the good shepherd would face a hungry wolf? If we can face our own wolves during this lent, then we will be on our way towards becoming like the good shepherd.

krzysztofbiblestudy.blogspot.com

General Characteristics for 8Ω

Nominal Overall Diameter

259 mm

10 in

Nominal Voice Coil Diameter

50 mm

2 in

Overall Weight

1.7 kg

3.75 lbs

Voice Coil Winding Depth

10 mm

0.39 in

Magnetic Gap Depth

8 mm

0.31 in

Thiele-Small Parameters for 8Ω

Voice Coil DC Resistance

RE

6.05 Ω

Resonance Frequency

ƒS

82.4 Hz

Mechanical Q Factor

QMS

9.81

Electrical Q Factor

QES

0.62

Mechanical Moving Mass

MMS

22 g

Mechanical Compliance

CMS

170 µm/N

Force Factor

BxL

10.52 Wb/m

Equivalent Acoustic Volume

VAS

26 lt.

Maximum Linear Displacement

XMAX

± 1 mm

Reference Efficiency

nO

2.94 %

Diaphragm Area

SD

330.1 cm2

Losses Electrical Resistance

RES

101.4 Ω

Voice Coil Inductance @ 1kHz

LE

0.7 mH

Constructive Characteristics for 8Ω

Voice Coil Winding

Aluminum

Surround Material

Integrated Paper

Dust Dome Material

Non-treated Cloth

Basket Material

Pressed Sheet Steel

Electrical Characteristics for 8Ω

General Characteristics for 16Ω

Nominal Overall Diameter

259 mm

10 in

Nominal Voice Coil Diameter

50 mm

2 in

Overall Weight

1.7 kg

3.75 lbs

Voice Coil Winding Depth

10 mm

0.39 in

Magnetic Gap Depth

8 mm

0.31 in

Thiele-Small Parameters for 16Ω

Voice Coil DC Resistance

RE

12.24 Ω

Resonance Frequency

ƒS

82.8 Hz

Mechanical Q Factor

QMS

10.64

Electrical Q Factor

QES

0.66

Mechanical Moving Mass

MMS

20.7 g

Mechanical Compliance

CMS

179 µm/N

Force Factor

BxL

14.19 Wb/m

Equivalent Acoustic Volume

VAS

27.5 lt.

Maximum Linear Displacement

XMAX

± 1 mm

Reference Efficiency

nO

2.3 %

Diaphragm Area

SD

330.1 cm2

Losses Electrical Resistance

RES

199.2 Ω

Voice Coil Inductance @ 1kHz

LE

0.88 mH

Constructive Characteristics for 16Ω

Voice Coil Winding

Aluminum

Surround Material

Integrated Paper

Dust Dome Material

Non-treated Cloth

Basket Material

Pressed Sheet Steel

Electrical Characteristics for 16Ω

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