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"He leads me in paths of righteousness for His Name's sake" (Psalm 23:3b).

We enter the Kingdom of God through the new birth. Jesus Christ is “the Door” to God’s Kingdom (John 10:9). To those who have come, in faith, to Him, the Lord Jesus says, “My sheep listen to my voice; I know them, and they follow me” ( 86 more words


26 May 2015. The Lord is My Shepherd


I’ve followed the lead of the Mother Church in its slight revision of Slavonic texts… in the end, an acquaintance at the Centre said that it only “modernised” some archaic word-endings. 90 more words


Hebrews 8:12 nlt

When we confess our sin and repent
God forgives the sin and He forgets it.
He doesn’t keep a record of forgiven sins.
He forgets it forever.  24 more words

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Being Human and the Psalms

The Book of the Psalms can sometimes be a difficult book to teach. Because it doesn’t necessarily have a clean flow and structure. Those who try to outline it for a sermon will find it close to impossible to fit a particular Psalm into a clear and clean flow of thought. 634 more words


"I will dwell in the house of the Lord" (Psalm 23:6).

* To the sheep, Jesus says, “Come, you who are blessed by my Father; take your inheritance, the kingdom prepared for you since the creation of the world” ( 79 more words


Psalm 77:11 niv

Remembering the Lord’s acts of grace
whether long ago or yesterday 
will lift our spirits.

What do you think about when you are sad or depressed? 15 more words

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