“The Lord Is My Shepherd” – How This Phrase Has Kept Me From Losing My Mind

psalm 23

INTRODUCTION TO SERIES: Since the passing of my son last May, Jordan, no biblical passage has comforted my mind & soul more than the 23rd Psalm. Quoting it has saved me, more than once, from losing my mind.

The power of God’s Word – in particular, this passage – in setting me free from a “psychological hell”, of sorts, motivated me to more deeply “mine the treasures” of these six short verses. What I’ve discovered – and experienced – has been life-changing. And now, I want to share what I’ve learned with you.

Prayerfully consider joining me, please, as we unpack this beloved psalm, verse by verse, and discover what it really means when we say, “The Lord is my Shepherd.”

3 Sundays: Feb. 23rd, Mar. 2nd, Mar. 9th; 5pm. BHBC Worship Center.

Soli Deo Gloria, Nick

6 thoughts on ““The Lord Is My Shepherd” – How This Phrase Has Kept Me From Losing My Mind

  1. Oder – und Strick -Panel. Ich kann weder Stricken. Wenn der Label kommt will ich gerüstet sein…oder so….
    Erneut einklappen. Die Bügel sind jetzt nur noch
    2,5 cm breit und es nur Kanten.

  2. You are very kind, my friend. We did record Session 1, audibly. I’ll post it asap. Thank you, again, for your encouragement. nw

  3. For those of us unfortunate enough not to live close to Lubbock, TX would you beseech those in positions of authority over you (the few, the proud) to video tape this study (with sound) in order for those of us banished to the netherlands can share in this study? It would be met with great approval and thanks (no money, just thanks)! 🙂

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