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Grant Myles-Era - July 31, 2022

The LORD is MY Shepherd

Summer in the Psalms

Most of us are very familiar with Psalm 23. Even those who have no current connection with the world of Christianity can probably quote a few lines of this Psalm. Is familiarity an obstacle to understanding the depths of this ancient text? If God is still our Shepherd, what does that mean for us? Can we read and hear and understand with fresh ears, open hearts and receptive souls to this song of faith, satisfaction and hopefulness?

Scripture References: Psalms 23:1-6

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Grant Myles-Era - July 31, 2022

The LORD is MY Shepherd

Summer in the Psalms

Most of us are very familiar with Psalm 23. Even those who have no current connection with the world of Christianity can probably quote a few lines of this Psalm. Is familiarity an obstacle to understanding the depths of this ancient text? If God is still our Shepherd, what does that mean for us? Can we read and hear and understand with fresh ears, open hearts and receptive souls to this song of faith, satisfaction and hopefulness?

Scripture References: Psalms 23:1-6

From Series: "Summer in the Psalms"

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