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Psalm 23 (Greek numbering: Psalm 22) is the 23rd psalm in the Old Testament Book of Psalms. The writer describes God as his shepherd. The text is often ...

Psalm 23 - Free Bible Commentary in Easy English


God Loves You: Free Bible commentary on Psalm 23 in Easy English.

Psalm 23:1 Commentaries: A Psalm of David. The LORD is my ...


Psalms THE SHEPHERD KING OF ISRAEL Psalm 23:1 - Psalm 23:6. The king who had been the shepherd-boy, and had been taken from the quiet sheep-cotes  ...

Commentary on Psalms 23 by Matthew Henry - Blue Letter Bible


Many of David's psalms are full of complaints, but this is full of comforts, and the ... Chapter Return to Commentaries Return to Author Biography Next Chapter ...


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However, the 23<sup>rd</sup> psalm, in particular, is important for this website and nutritional .... of righteousness, meaning paths that are wholesome and with full integrity.

Please explain the meaning of Psalm 23. - Rcg.org


King David, himself a former shepherd, begins this Psalm with, “The Lord is my shepherd,” immediately putting himself as a sheep in the care of Jesus Christ ...

Psalms 23:1 - The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want. - GodVine


Psalms 23:1 - The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want. ... The meaning is, that, as a shepherd, he would make all needful provision for his flock, and evince all ...

4. Psalm 23: A Psalm That Calms the Soul | Bible.org


Jul 9, 2004 ... It appears that there is a spiritual meaning implied in Psalm 23:2-3a which presses beyond the literal meaning of physical nourishment and rest ...

How to Understand Psalm 23: 13 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow


Read and study the 23rd Psalm-- and Be mindful of God's still small voice: The Lord ... Read it as many times as you need to until the meaning begins to sink in.