- 1.01 Rev. Clay Evans - I've Got A Tes
- 2.Juanita Bynum - Don't Mind Waiting
- 3.I Will Bless The Lord
- 4.His eye is on the sparrow
- 5.Rev. Milton Brunson--Lord, I'm Available To You
- 6.The Battle is Not Yours
- 7.Season's Change
- 8.Thank You
- 9.John P. Kee - Rain On Us (remix)
- 11.BeBe Winans - Tomorrow
- 12.gospel - Lionel Richie & Commodores Jesus Is Love(1)
- 14.Over Flow
- 15.WE WORSHIP YOU
- 16.Gospel Rance Allen Group - Closest Friend
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The LORD is OUR Shepherd and we shall not want he leads beside the still waters. Psalm 23:2 In Psalm 23, green pastures and still waters are a sign of contentment.
Few images convey the concept of peace like a flock of sheep under shady trees with their legs tucked under them, chewing the cud beside still waters.
Sheep don't lie down to eat. They only lie down after they've eaten, and then they relax and enjoy again what they've previously eaten.
Nor do they lie down if they're nervous or frightened. They only relax when they feel secure, content, and at peace.
The provisions of God's grace come with overflowing blessings, along with accompanying contentment and joy.
God's grace enables us to enjoy His fields and His folds. When the Lord is our shepherd, we have everything we need. We shall not want.
We're blessed, supplied, led, protected, and content with our Great Shepherd.
Jesus said, "The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy.
I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly. I am the good shepherd" (John 10:10-11a).
If you have the Shepherd, you have grace for every sin, direction for every turn, a candle for every corner, and an anchor for every storm.
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