Synopses & Reviews
@lt;DIV@gt;More than a quarter-century and 1.5 million copies since it was first published, A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23 continues to inspire and encourage with its now-classic insights into the heart of the Good Shepherd, Jesus Christ. Drawing on what he learned during his own years as a shepherd, Phillip Keller leads and prods the reader to the green pastures of discovery and the cool waters of fulfillment hidden in the 'Shepherd Psalm.' Pleasure and enlightenment await those willing to follow his careful leading. Page by page, Keller reveals new facets of the Shepherd of Psalm 23 and his untiring expression of Christ's love for those who trust in him as their guide, protector, source of provision, and faithful keeper. Experience Psalm 23 in a new way. See with the Shepherd's eyes, touch with his hands, and feel with his heart through this intimate look into the person of our Lord, the Great Shepherd. . .and ourselves, the 'sheep of his pasture.' Born in East Africa, Phillip Keller has always loved wildlife and the outdoors. He trained as an agrologist at the University of Toronto (Canada) and subsequently spent many years in agricultural research, land management, and ranch development in British Columbia. Later, he pursued ecological studies in East Africa, which led to new careers in conservation, wildlife photography, and journalism. Keller's journalistic and photographic assignments have since taken him around the world.@lt;/div@gt;
This classic look at why Jesus called himself the Good Shepherd and how he cares for his sheep has delighted and inspired readers for more than 25 years and is now available in the gift edition. Keller gives unique insights into the metaphors and imagery of Pslam 23 and helps us see the love of Jesus in deeper ways.
This timeless classic describes a shepherd's view of the love Jesus the Shepherd has for his flock. From the firsthand experiences of one who has developed and managed sheep ranches, this is an inspirational and refreshing look at one of the best-loved portions of Scripture.