|Sammy and His Shepherd Media|
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I identified with the sheep!
I've also read A Shepherd's Look at Psalm 23 by Phillip Keller. Both books state the same facts but from different points of view: Keller from the shepherd’s and Hunt from the sheep’s. Keller appeals to the intellect; Hunt appeals to the emotions. I am a new Christian and identify with the lost Precious. The poignant picture Hunt paints for children speaks directly to me, too. I feel so blessed to have both books.Together, they have written Psalm 23 in my heart, as He intended. Praise God!
This is a wonderful children's book! My son fell asleep after a few pages (It was well past bedtime) but I was unable to put the book down. This book teaches Psalm 23 and breaks it down piece by piece. I learned from this book, and look forward to working through it with my son.
Not Just For children
I had bought this book a while back with the intention of reading to my children, but never got around to it. After going through a period of intense anxiety, my pastor exhorted me to memorize Psalm 23 and when the "voices" of failure and worry would creep in to start to mentally recite it. I then read this book to my children and I myself was so blessed. God bless this author and Ligonier!