About This Study
Throughout the Bible, God loves to take people, who are considered small, or insignificant by their cultural standards, and turn them into heroes.
David is one of the most famous of these heroes. David was a shepherd who God used to defeat a giant (with a slingshot and a stone) and later became King of God’s people.
David is the author credited with writing a good portion of the Book of Psalms, and is the author of the one we’ll be looking at this week. While David is real, and raw and expresses a lot of grief throughout the Book of Psalms, Psalm 23, (the one we’ll be looking at), is one that many people have clung to over the course of history, in order to find encouragement and strength in both times of trouble, and times of joy.
Something Different With This Study …
To help us really connect with this Psalm, we’re going to rewrite it over the course of this week.
I encourage you to open a new note page in your phone, or grab a paper and pencil and keep it somewhere over the course of this week, adding to it, as we go through the 6 verses of this Psalm together.