Monthly Archives: October 2015

Strong Faith

As we pray through the Twenty-Third Psalm, early on we must make a declaration of our faith, as David did. In the opening verse of his psalm, David declared, “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not be in want.” … Continue reading

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The Lord–Our Shepherd

When we pray through the Twenty-Third Psalm, one of the reasons why it makes such a powerful and appropriate prayer is that is isn’t an easy prayer to pray. David begins, “The Lord is my shepherd.” David understood what it … Continue reading

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Personally Know the Lord

As we pray through the Twenty-Third Psalm, we are immediately faced with the reality of our personal relationship with the Lord. David begins this familiar psalm, “The Lord is my shepherd.” Not “a” shepherd. Not “the” shepherd. Not “our” shepherd. … Continue reading

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Present in Our Lives

As we pray through the Twenty-Third Psalm, it begins, “The Lord is….” [Psalm 23:1] David, who wrote the psalm, goes on to say, “The Lord is my shepherd…” but it’s important that we pause to acknowledge the more foundational truth … Continue reading

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Do we know our Savior as Jehovah?

Do we know our Savior as Jehovah? As we pray through the 23rd Psalm, the opening words arrest us in worship. “The Lord is my shepherd.” [Psalm 23:1] The word Lord appears in all capital letters, which means it is … Continue reading

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