Psalm 23 speaks to hearts, quiets spirits, and eases loneliness. It is a favorite psalm for many people. Martin Luther called Psalm 23 the nightingale psalm. Supposedly the nightingale sings its sweetest melody when the night is darkest. This psalm is a picture of contentment; it represents that mental state and physical place for which everyone longs.
Psalm 23 is not just for people of history; it is a psalm for today. This psalm is for those who are in want of something better; for those who are in need of something good; for those who are lonely in need of a friend; for those who are walking through depressing times desiring comfort; for those who are perplexed by problems wanting a solution; for those who know that heaven is a better place than earth could ever be.
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