The Good Shepherd

Yeshua then claims to be both the door to the sheep and the good shepherd in verses 7-18. He also explains there are more sheep he must gather that are not in “this fold”, in which he refers to those with whom he was speaking. He claims he knows his own "sheep" and his own "sheep" know him. He explains that they will hear his voice, and will become ONE flock with ONE shepherd. He even says, "…I lay down My life for the sheep."