Saturday, September 17, 2011

Annual Conference - Saturday Service

Welcome back Pastor Baggett and Family

Episcopal Sermon From Bishop Ingram
Psalm 23:1-6

The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want.
Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my....
This portion of Psalm speaks of a positive, perfect and panoramic view of life.
Who wrote Psalm? David, who was a triple transgressor.
David speaks with clarity.
The Lord, who is the Maker of all things, who is our shepherd, who will take care of us.
Nothing should turn us around or change us, for the Lord is with us.

Three Points

  1. We need to look at the world as God wants us to see it.  The 23 Psalm teaches us how to deal with the world through our Shepherd.  It teaches us gratitude.
  2. The Shepherd lightens our load, enlightens our path.  When confronted with the unfairness of life, we are not alone.
  3. Surely (sure about things; convicted, confident, undoubting).

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