Like uncared Refugees?

They were from a different country. Trying to save their lives, they left everything and crossed over waters of the deep ocean on boats. The host country was better than a war torn country. However, this country did not want refugees seeking asylum and the government did not treat them fairly. They were left in refugee camps. Not knowing about their future, they lived there for days, weeks and now months. The food given was based on the goodwill of some good people around that region. Only biscuits, bread with tea or water was served. They were malnourished and becoming weak. After a year, some human rights organizations took notice and helped them to get better food, shelter and migration to other nations.
Feed my lambs: In many churches, people of God are malnourished like these refugees. They are hapless, helpless, and harassed without a shepherd who is dedicated and determined to feed. (Matthew 9:36) Lord Jesus commanded Peter: “Feed my lambs.” (John 21:15) Paul mentions that one of the qualifications for church leaders is the ability to teach. (II Timothy 2:24)
Selfish Shepherds: Prophet Ezekiel warns the leaders of Israel: “Should not shepherds feed the sheep? You eat the fat, you clothe yourselves with the wool, you slaughter the fat ones, but you do not feed the sheep.” (Ezekiel 34:2-3)
Survival: Refugees were given shelter and food to survive. In the same way, many people respond to the gospel, with great hope. The local church leadership is unable to feed the people with the Word of God. Many believers seem to survive with biscuits or bread without a wholesome meal.
Wholesome food: Paul could boldly say that he gave whole counsel of God to the elders of Ephesian Church. (Acts 20:27) And he expected the Elders to likewise teach the congregation.
Apportioned food: Paul writes to Timothy to rightly divide the Word. (II Timothy 2:15) In the home, mother apportion food according to age of children, youth, adults according to the need of nutrients of each.
Do I feed the lambs God has given under my care?