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    02.21.21 | Resources

    6-WEEK PSALM 23 DEVOTIONAL

    Join us in reading and praying the Greatest of All Time, Psalm 23 on a daily basis as we learn to apply this to our lives.
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    WEEK 2

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    WEEK 3

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    WEEK 6

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    GRAPHICS

    Psalm 23 Printable Sheet
    Want to Work on Memorizing Psalm 23? Print this sheet and carry it with you. Tuck it in a book, stick it on your fridge, or tape it on a mirror. The more you can keep it in front of you, the closer you might feel God speaking to you through these words!

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    Download a Verse Image of Psalm 23

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    ARTICLE/VIDEO RESOURCE ON PSALM 23

    “A Kingdom Divided”: David’s Psalm
    We cannot be certain when David penned Psalm 23, but many suspect it was later in his life because of the wisdom, restraint, and confidence he shares in it. If that is the case, then David’s humility in writing this psalm is that much more impressive—the king of Israel was comparing himself to a lowly sheep. Check out this short article that gives a little more context behind one of the greatest chapters in the Bible.

     
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    BOOKS

    Life Without Lack: Learn the Secret of Living with Contentment, Peace, and Security
    By Dallas Willard
    In Life Without Lack, Dallas Willard revolutionizes our understanding of Psalm 23 by taking this comfortably familiar passage and revealing its extraordinary promises: “The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want. . . .I will fear no evil.” The psalmist claims to live without any need and without any fear. How is that possible?