Psalm 23 Part 2

Sheep

A con­tin­ued look at Psalm 23 The Lord is my Shep­herd, I shall not want! Even though I walk through the val­ley of the shad­ow of death, I fear no evil; for Thou art with me; Thy rod and Thy staff, they com­fort me. The “val­ley of the shad­ow of death” has also been trans­lat­ed “dark­est val­ley.”…

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Psalm 23 Part 1

The shepherd takes care of His sheep

Let’s take a look at Psalm 23 and how we can apply it to our lives. The Lord is my shep­herd, I shall not want. A shep­herd is very dif­fer­ent from a sheep herder. A sheep herder goes along behind the sheep and chas­es them while herd­ing them in the direc­tion he wants them to go. The…

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God of the Weather

Have you ever made plans for some­thing that was depen­dent on the weath­er? An event or activ­i­ty with lots of peo­ple invit­ed and a lot of coor­di­nat­ing. Then, as the day approached you watched the weath­er fore­cast and felt that sick feel­ing in your stom­ach as black rain clouds rolled into view! I recent­ly had this…

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Floating Dinghy of Terror

We take so much for grant­ed. The next day is expect­ed to come when we open our eyes. But things can change in the blink of an eye. With­in sec­onds the life that you take for grant­ed can be changed forever. In the blink of an eye! I was remind­ed of this fact over the…

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Gratitude

Give thanks with a grate­ful heart. I have often thought about the expres­sion of grat­i­tude and the effect on the recip­i­ent. My daugh­ter loves all things hors­es. She eats, breathes, and thinks hors­es! So when she had the oppor­tu­ni­ty to vol­un­teer at a week long horse camp, of course, she want­ed to do it. But…

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Make Some Memories

One of our kids is hav­ing a 16th birth­day. Wow, time sure does fly doesn’t it?  My hus­band and I are try­ing to fig­ure out what to get him for his birth­day. 16 is such a mile­stone so we want it to some­thing spe­cial and mem­o­rable. But is that what real­ly mat­ters? This caused me to think…

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