Psalm 23:1, “The __________is my shepherd, I shall not be in want.” What is the word for the blank? It is “Lord” of course. Be careful. If you replace the Lord with Trump, if he is your shepherd, you will be disappointed. Perhaps you are disappointed with Trump and how things are ending. Perhaps you are disappointed with how people are treating Trump. If you say “Biden” is my shepherd, you will be sorely disappointed there, too. Or, perhaps you despise Biden. No worries, he is not your shepherd. Neither he nor Trump can satisfy your soul. Also, be careful not to replace the Lord with: Netflix, America, Social Media, Sports, or your I-phone. Make sure you truly mean “The Lord is my shepherd.” When the Lord is our shepherd, and only when the Lord is our shepherd, we shall not be in want. It is He alone that leads us beside still waters and restores our soul. It is only the Lord who leads us through the valley of the shadow of death. Who is your shepherd?
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