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By John Stevenson / Robert Carter / 1846
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The Lord Our Shepherd: An Exposition of the Twenty-Third Psalm journeys through Psalm 23, a psalm that has provided great comfort and encouragement to its readers for centuries. After a preliminary set of notes on the scope of it, John Stevenson unpacks the content of this Psalm in three sections: The Fold, The Banquet, and The Conclusion. Stevenson's words bring clarity and detail to this well-loved Psalm.
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John Stevenson, nineteenth century theologian, was the curate of Cury and Gunwalloe, in Cornwall, and was the author of Christ on the Cross.