A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23

41zmzl0dznl-_sx308_bo1204203200_A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23 – “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not be in want …” Travel the shepherd’s path to the green pastures and cool, refreshing waters of Psalm 23. As a shepherd, Phillip Keller shares his insights into the life and character of sheep―and of the Good Shepherd who loves and cares for them. This beloved classic will give new meaning to the ageless Shepherd Psalm, enriching your trust in and love for the Lord who watches closely over you.

2 thoughts on “A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23

  1. Just finished this book, A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23
    Found the inside look quite enlightening. It really illuminated the great care and love the Shepherd has for his sheep. In addition, the proper response of the sheep to the presence of the Shepherd-> Once the Shepherd comes into view, we need not be so concerned w/ the petty competitions we put ourselves in w/ others around us. Once the Shepherd comes into view, we know that he will protect us & he does everything he can to help us & save us, we need only ask.


  2. A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23 addressed questions that I had about my faith, including how I should respond to and acknowledge God’s ownership of my life. I thoroughly enjoyed Keller’s analogies of the shepherd and his flock as well as his verse-by-verse explanations, which helped illustrate the shepherd’s dedication to provide his sheep with peace and security. Reading this book filled me with reassurance that God, whether in valleys or tablelands, will protect me and lead me towards a rewarding life in my obedience in Him through his loving and caring presence. Psalm 23 is one of my favorite Bible passages, and learning more about its significance strengthened my trust in Christ and my desire to dwell in the presence of the Lord.


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