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Shahram Hadian: December 7, 2017

Good Shepherd vs False Shepherd Part 5


John 10: 10-13: 

“The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly.

“I am the good shepherd; the good shepherd lays down His life for the sheep. “He who is a hired hand, and not a shepherd, who is not the owner of the sheep, sees the wolf coming, and leaves the sheep and flees, and the wolf snatches them and scatters them. “He flees because he is a hired hand and is not concerned about the sheep. 


The Lord has laid on my heart for the past few years that there is a true and necessary division happening in the church. This division and exposing is to highlight the true shepherds of God, who are willing to protect the flock at all costs, vs the false shepherds "hirelings," who are abandoning the flock and turning them over to the wolves. 


We are seeing so much cowardice and compromise coming from the pulpit, that it is sickening and grieving. The fruit of these "pastors" stinks. They demonstrate seeking the approval and love of the world rather than the approval and love of the Lord. 


We must expose those who are false, bring correction to the Body of Christ and prepare and equip believers to stand for their Faith in light of these last days.


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Shahram Hadian

A Christian pastor and former Muslim, Shahram Hadian travels around the nation speaking on critical issues facing us as Americans.

Shahram was born in Iran in 1971. His father was a Lieutenant Colonel in the Army, and his mom was an elementary school teacher.

Shahram’s parents had a sense of urgency to leave Iran as soon as possible and in December of 1978, with nothing but their suitcases, moved to America to seek freedom.

Shahram experienced a transformational life change 15 years ago when he committed his life to Jesus Christ.

When he became a Christian, he immediately faced persecution and disapproval from his family and culture. According to the teachings of Islam, his conversion means that he is an “apostate” and deserves to be killed.

In spite of this opposition, Shahram persevered, enrolled in Bible College, and has been a Christian pastor for the last ten years. He graduated from Puget Sound Christian College with a Bachelor’s degree in Biblical Studies and Christian Ministry.