Psalm 23 is a very famous and well-loved psalm. Even many unsaved people can quote part or all of Psalm 23. Its words are touching and tender. It is written from the perspective of a sheep boasting about his shepherd and what his shepherd has done for him. It is intimate and personal as it begins, "The Lord is my shepherd…"
Sheep need a shepherd or they don't stand a chance, but they need a good shepherd - a shepherd who has their best interests at heart. What does it mean to belong to the good shepherd, Jesus Christ? Life with the good shepherd, Jesus Christ, is a life like no other. In this series, we'll dive in to Psalm 23 and uncover the full meaning behind this passage, both for the nation of Israel and for the believer today.
Each lesson includes:
• Free audio of Pastor Dan's teaching
• Free video of each lesson*
• A Bible study handout for the lesson*
• Pastor Dan's personal notes
You can download the complete set of notes here:
* There was no video recorded for the lessons taught on 8/16/09 and 8/30/09. There was no handout on 8/16/09.
|Date||Bible Passage||Sermon Title (Click to View)||Speaker|
|8/16/2009||Psalm 23:1-6||Psalm 23 - The Literal Fulfillment||Dan Proctor|
|8/23/2009||Psalm 23:1||True Life||Dan Proctor|
|8/30/2009||Psalm 23:2||Rest & Contentment||Dan Proctor|
|9/20/2009||Psalm 23:3||Picking Us Up And Leading Us On||Dan Proctor|
|9/27/2009||Psalm 23:4||Walking Through The Dark Valleys Of Life||Dan Proctor|
|10/4/2009||Psalm 23:5-6||A Life Like No Other||Dan Proctor|