As we finish up our look through Psalm 23, we see the crescendo of the entire passage. God's goodness and love will follow us all our days and we will dwell in the house of the LORD forever, as one under His care. We must each choose whether we'll submit to being under His care or not. If we do, we can experience God's Goodness and LOVE as his "divine sheep dogs", hemming us in as we travel life with our Shepherd. Jesus is your Good Shepherd = HE delivers protection, provision, peace, providence, His presence, and ultimately brings us home to paradise!
Forever With The Shepherd
Psalm 23 v.6
January 28, 2018 • Pastor Jack Schull
Trust the Shepherd
week 3 - verse 4 & 5 • January 21, 2018 • Pastor Jack Schull
We all will log time in the valleys of life. God can and will build your faith in the valleys if you let Him. We love to enjoy the mountain tops. But, faith gets built in the valleys of life. It's where intimacy grows. You’re never alone and God can bring healing and hope as you follow him through and lean on His power.
Led by The Shepherd
week 2 - verses 2&3 • January 14, 2018 • Pastor Jack Schull
As we continue in Psalm 23 - we see (v.2-3) speak to God as our Good Shepherd and His care over us – his passion to provide, nurture, take care of and call us to experience godly ‘REST'. This Psalm doesn't begin with work, activity or assignments - it begins with a call to rest.
Know the Shepherd
week 1 - verse 1 • January 7, 2018 • Pastor Jack Schull
One of the most beloved Scriptures in all the Bible is Psalm 23. David writes this so that we may know God as our Good Shepherd. This intimate and relational imagery frames then entire Psalm. David wants us to live understanding this truth as reality. Our series take-away is: "Your success (growth and quality) as a sheep will be completely dependent upon your proximity to the Shepherd." Living in the proximity of our Shepherd helps us battle back against worry and build up our contentment.