Psalm 23 — Part 5

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??Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil… One of the things that means is that while God knows the bad decisions you’ve made and he knows the bad decisions you are going to make, but it doesn’t keep Him from accomplishing His will in your life. Message delivered 11/28/2010.

Psalm 23 — Part 4

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One of the great benefits of buying into the relationship that David lays out in Psalm 23 is that, as we let the Shepherd take charge, he guides us in the course of actions we need to take to make proper decisions. Message delivered 11/14/2010.

Psalm 23 – Part 3

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If we recognize the Lord as our shepherd, with all that implies about who we are and who He is, what’s the ultimate result? He will restore your soul. Are you stressed? Attacked? Hungry? Tired? He will restore your soul. Message delivered 10/31/2010.

Psalm 23 – Part 2

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In week 1, Pastor John talked about our identify as sheep and what that implies. This week, he looks at the phrase, “I shall not be in want.” When we think about following God and doing his will, we can’t help but feel inadequate … because we are! But the good news is that God really does provide what we need. Message delivered 10/24/2010.

Psalm 23 — The Lord is my shepherd

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Psalm 23 is one of the most well known passages in the bible. However it was written from a practical standpoint about the relationship between a Shepherd and His sheep. For the Lord to be our shepherd, we have to recognize our position as … His sheep. Message delivered 10/1/2010