The Shepherd and the Sheep

There is in the consciousness of most of us a natural love for pastoral scenery. We love to think of the shepherd and his sheep; of the attention he gives them day and night, and of their obedience in following him and instinctively turning to him for protection. He leads them from pasture to pasture, to the watering places, and in the event of anything untoward happening he ministers to their need.

It is perhaps on this account that through the ages the twenty-third Psalm has been dear to Bible readers. How many thousands have turned to this Psalm in time of trouble and found in the simple illustrations comforting assurances of the loving Father's protection and constant care for all His dear children!

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