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.
©2008 Zondervan; ©2008 W. Phillip Keller
This is an incredible illumination The Lord has given through the Holy Spirit to an open vessel named Phillip Keller. The rest of his books I've read reflect this also and I highly recommend this and all Mr. Keller's books to anyone seeking a deeper walk with the Lord.
Shepherd looks at the 23rd psalm
I am His favorite sheep
Perfectly chosen narrator. Wonderful example of deep settled Christian faith lived out over a life time in shirtsleeves. Recommend to all wanting or needing fresh encouragement .
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This volume clarified much of the language used in Psalm 23 for me, translating my perspective of it as a figurative poem to a narrative of down-to-earth reality.
The narrator's warm, relaxed pace and touch of humor makes the author come alive, as if seated in your own living room.
A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23 not only encouraged me, it opened a more personable view of the reality that the Lord IS *my* Shepherd.
He is caring for my here and now needs, He will soothe my irritations, and He is looking out for me when others butt heads over the best "grazing ground".
I was challenged too. Do I persist in slaking my thirsts, my ways? Drinking water ridden with disease? Am I a Ms. GadAbout, always pushing the boundaries that are set for my protection and in my best interest?
This book has been instrumental in opening my heart to view others with more compassion; they also have a Shepherd, and He is seeking to restore them to a perfect relationship with Himself.
I loved its attention to detail of the real life shepherd which led me to better understand why God chose that analogy. Awesome book! I will read it again and recommend it to others.
Speaker, Author, & Winner of The Biggest Loser, Season 8
This book provided a great perspective on Psalm 23. With the knowledge of what Jesus was describing when talking about sheep, it opens a brand-new window into God's kingdom. Since David was a shepherd, it is nice to hear this psalm from a shepherds view.
Yes!! because it remind me who i am, and how much am valuable in the eyes of God.
yes i had both!
I was very uplifted with this book, this book gave me a new meaning of my relationship with Christ. love it very much.
Tell us about yourself! Okay....Why?
Phillip Keller a "yes" but Maurice England a big "NO" from me!
David Cochran Heath would have been a been narator. Maurice England has a gravelly voice and I couldn't get past the first chapter
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