Sermon Series
  • 1. It's Time To Swat Those Flies

    Contributed on Apr 5, 2017
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    A Message On Psalm 23

    In "A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23" author Phillip Keller says, the Shepherd must protect the sheep from nasal flies, because nasal flies will deposit larvae near the sheep's nostrils. Once hatched the adult flies crawl inside the sheep's nasal passages causing the sheep to hold their heads close to more

  • 2. Stilled Waters Are Sweet

    Contributed on Apr 5, 2017

    A Message on Psalm 23

    As I continue studying Psalm 23 I discovered the shepherd employs various means to provide water for his sheep. He may use cisterns, wells or troughs. The shepherd may also lead the sheep beside "still waters" or shall I say to "stilled waters." Because the waters may be raging, he causes them to more

  • 3. Watch Them Snakes

    Contributed on Apr 5, 2017

    A Message On Psalms 23

    In Safe in the Shepherd's Arms, Author Max Lucado noted sheep need protection from adders. He said," Adders are small brown snakes that live underground, they pop out of the ground to bite sheep on the nose. The small bite on the nose will cause an infection and the sheep may die. To prevent the more

  • 4. Nose Flies, Snakes And Other Spiritual Enemies

    Contributed on Apr 5, 2017

    A Message on Psalm 23

    In "The Way of the Shepherd", author Don Baker says, If a shepherd sees the "sheep suddenly begin to spread out and move away from each other, he can be reasonably sure that something, possibly a rattler, is in the center of the circle." And so it is in human relationships, when we begin to more