Bishop David Huskins

huskinsI wholeheartedly endorse both this book (Twenty-Three: New Reflections on the 23rd Psalm and You) and the author. You will be encouraged, edified and uplifted with nothing but the good news. Bishop Swilley is a breath of fresh air in the religious climate of pretentiousness and egotism.

Bishop David Huskins, Th.D., D.D. Pastor, Cedar Lake Christian Center www.clccnet.org , Presiding Bishop of the International Communion of Charismatic Churches www.theiccc.com

 

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Twenty-Three: New Reflections on the 23rd Psalm and You

twentythree1The beautifully simple lyrics to David’s timeless masterpiece remain as life-affirming and culturally relevant as they were thousands of years ago when he originally wrote them. In this accessible topical devotional based on his song that we know as the 23rd Psalm, you will find a positive “now” word for your every situation. You’ll want to keep a copy handy at all times to remind you that you can live fearlessly, even when walking through your own valley of the shadow of death. And when you are stressed-out or feeling intimidated by those who try to oppose you, you will find in these pages the grace to help you lie down in green pastures and the encouragement to eat at the very table that the Shepherd has prepared for you in the presence of your enemies. His rod and His staff will comfort you at all times, and TWENTY-THREE will help you to use that rod and staff more effectively and to enjoy a more fulfilling life as you learn to dwell in the house of the Lord forever.

Foreword by Bishop David Huskins

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