The Lord is My Shepherd

Discover what it means to know the Lord is your shepherd

“The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.” Those words have brought comfort to readers for generations. Let's turn to the 23rd Psalm to rediscover the truth and encouragement of this beloved passage.

Let’s take a good look at sheep in order to learn something about ourselves!

The 23rd Psalm starts by saying, “The Lord is my shepherd.” And though the words are poetic and memorable, they also imply that we’re sheep.

You won’t want to miss an invitation to rest!

Are you a worrier? Do you find it hard to let go and simply rest? Haddon Robinson gives a wake-up call to anyone who finds themselves churning over their circumstance and it comes in the form of a Psalm.

Discover the “still waters” in Psalm 23 for help in our exhausted, harried world

Refreshment is hard to come by. Deep, soothing peace that affects us at the deepest level. And yet, that’s exactly what we’re promised as children of God!

An eye-opening passage, as we learn that humans are a lot like sheep

Let's continue this week’s Bible study in Psalm 23. We’re easily frightened, we lose our way, and we often wander from the Shepherd.

What valleys have you been through lately? Have you seen the Shepherd at work?

The 23rd Psalm talks about a “valley of the shadow of death.” It refers to the narrow and dangerous places that a shepherd would lead his sheep through to get to green pastures. Let's study Psalm 23.

Don’t miss this descriptive analogy of the 23rd Psalm

What kind of animal would you consider to be courageous? A lion? An eagle? Whatever creature we put in that category, it certainly wouldn’t be a sheep! The 23rd Psalm calls us sheep. And following the Shepherd takes courage!

Looking at the enemies that surround us, and the provision of an all-powerful God

Haddon Robinson continues a study in Psalm 23, and comes to the phrase, “you prepare a table for me in the presence of my enemies.” Join us for a lesson in trusting the Shepherd.

Recognizing the Shepherd’s generosity and expressing gratitude, even when we don’t feel like it!

Have you ever had one of those days where you were down about everything? Complaints came naturally and the outlook was dark? Let's look at the phrase in the 23rd Psalm that says, “My cup runs over.”

Let’s look to the beloved Psalm 23 for hope for our future

When you think about next week, next year, or even the next decade, what do you hope for? What do you fear? Together with the author, we can say, “Surely goodness and mercy will follow me all the days of my life.”

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