Can you believe we’re already on week 4 of Psalm 23: The Shepherd with Me? Throughout our study so far, we’ve been able to see and understand the depth of God’s love for us. This week we’ll be focusing on trusting His love and goodness even in the valleys!
Speaking of valleys, let’s check out what Jennifer Rothschild and Kendra Schwarz have to say on this topic!
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As Jennifer said in the video, “It isn’t a matter of if we will face valleys, it’s when.” We all have valleys, but thankfully, we can cling to the promise that we don’t have to walk through them alone. We have our Shepherd’s presence to guide us through. And this week, we’ll learn more about what it looks like to walk well with our Shepherd through the tough times, as well as how to be a light for others in the trenches of their own valleys. So let’s get started!
Weekly Memory Verse:
This week, we’re focusing on verse four of Psalm 23: “Yea, 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.” What a reassurance that when the valleys get long, we have a Shepherd to comfort us through them! Don’t forget about our challenge! Let’s keep working on memorizing Psalm 23. We can do it!
Week at a Glance:
Have you been using our free Week at a Glance resource? This is where you will find everything you need to plan and make the most of your week. We even have our own study hashtag you'll find listed there, so we can share what we’re learning and connect with others on social media!
WEEK AT A GLANCE
Now that we have all we need, let’s start our trek to walking well!
Reflect and Respond:
What emotions tend to come when you’re in a valley in your life? How does reading Psalm 23:4 change your perspective of valleys?
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