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A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23 Mass Market Paperback – April 29, 2007
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The role of the Shepherd in the lives of sheep; leader, comforter, caregiver, provider, protector, and owner brings rich spiritual insights to Jesus' role in the life of the believer. The parallels are insightful, moving, and profoundly relevant to the Christian experience.
Using personal stories from life as a shepherd accompanied by illustrations drawn from the scripture, Keller provides concerete, specific narrative about being a sheep as well as being a shepherd!
This is a sweet gem of a book bringing to life a favorite passage of scripture.
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This is the only worthwhile commentary on Psalm 23. Why? It's the only one that actually explains the psalm entirely from the life of a shepherd. Read morePublished 1 day ago by KKing Tutt III
How excited I am to get a book that was mentioned in another book I read (and bought from amazon). Great book and great servicePublished 5 days ago by Debra Wilson
Love the book...and would recommend to every believer. I did not realize that it is the size of a paperback. So the print is quite small. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Carol Posey
This is a different take on Psalm 23 - after all David was a Shepard and that fact alone brings new incite on this much loved Psalm.Published 11 days ago by Kathy M. Green
What a great book! I recommend it to anyone looking to improve their understanding of our Lord and Savior.Published 12 days ago by Patty
This book gave great insight to a shepherd's life and how it relates to Psalm 23. Reading it helped me with understanding with some of the language and what it means in reference... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Garnet A.