The God Who Cares

The God Who Cares

We start 2023 by taking time to study the 23rd Psalm, enjoying the promises of who God is and how He cares for us as we set out into a new year.

January 8, 2023 | Dan Hudson

The first two verses of Psalm 23 introduce God as our Shepherd; here Dan looks at how the promises that we lack nothing, can lie down in safety, and are led help us grow in faith, rest well, and keep following God.

January 15, 2023 | Luke Davydaitis

This brief line contains all Christian hope. Luke explains what the two Hebrew words in it mean and how Jesus fulfilled them as the Great Shepherd of our souls.

He Restores My Soul - Small Group Notes

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January 22, 2023 | Chris Rawson

Chris continues our look into Psalm 23 by considering the verses “He leads me in paths of righteousness for his name’s sake.  Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me.” 

Small group notes

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February 12, 2023 | Luke Davydaitis

Psalm 23 verse 5 reminds us of the victory of God, which means that His people are ultimately safe from any opposition, and the recipients of incredible blessings from Him. And it ultimately points us to the grace of God, who has changed His people from being enemies to being His children.

A Table Among Enemies - Small Group Notes

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February 19, 2023 | Luke Davydaitis

David finishes his psalm with more confident statements of God’s goodness to him. We’re invited to trust God whatever is happening, and to look to a hope that goes beyond even David’s vision and far beyond this life.

Hope Forever - Small Group Notes

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