My Mum, I guess. But also my dog, a flashlight, and a weapon of some sort.
1) I would think it was anyone who tried to lead you away from God. Satan, and his minions, but also people. We are the sheeps, and Jesus is the shepherd.
2) Those God as predestined to save.
3) The sheep know the shepherds voice, and will follow Him. The Shepherd owns the sheeps, and will lay down his life to protect them. The elect know Jesus' voice, and follow Him. Jesus gave His life for His Sheeps, and cares for them.
4) The church. Me, and you.
5) The other Sheeps are us, the gentiles. I would think the sheep pen would be nations.
6) Unite them into one body, el churcho.
7) That His life could not be taken from Him, but that He willingly laid it down.
Through his actions which were prophesied in the Bible. They were not His sheep; that is, God had not chosen them.
9) Nope. Jesus, God himself, will hold onto us. And He never let's go.
10) That He was God.
Part of me says, "If I find out I'll let you know", but the other part of me knows that it is knowing God. His love...Life after this world. I am awed that He loved me enough to die for me, but also that God chose to save me. And intensely thankful that, no matter my frailties and failures, Jesus is holding on to me. Because no one is strong enough on their own to hold onto trust in God when circumstances get bad. Something may happen that causes us to doubt that God really cares, and if Jesus were not holding on to us, if we were killed in that moment of disbelief, or moment of sin, we'd be sunk forever. It could be misused in that someone could say "Hey, if Jesus is holding on to me, I can do whatever the rip I want in this life and still make it out alive at the end". Jesus claimed to be God, for one. But also because only God can make the atonement for our sins, since it's against Him alone we sin.