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Through the example of David, this Psalm encourages believers to meditate on the visible manifestations of God’s love in our daily experience and as a result renew our commitment with Him through our church experience. You will learn that God's people first need to be taught the Word of God. Then they will see areas of their lives that need cleansing and restoration. As a result, God's guidance, protection, and provision will follow all the days of their life.
This week we explore the sheep fold and what Christ had to say about the importance of being in community.
How to know if your preacher is really doing his job.
Local radio personality, Matt Bond, interviews Pastor Andy about his new book, The Shepherd and the Flock. This short 8-minute interview provides a brief overview of the book and the experiences in Pastor Andy's life that God used to lead to a better understanding of this important topic.
When David wrote this Psalm – Remember David was a shepherd early in his life, maybe then. Perhaps when right after he faced Goliath, or maybe when running from Saul or even his son Absalom, but I would like to think that he wrote it later in life as he looked back and reflected on it all and how faithful God had been to him!