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If You Know The Lord - The Little People - If You Know The Lord / Gentle Shepherd (Vinyl)

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  1. Sep 23,  · You probably know but, if not, this was John Paul the Great’s favorite song. It’s Polish name is “Barka” (translating as boat or barge). At the Mariaka Basilica in Kraków’s historic city center, it is played by the tower bugler regularly as a tribute to the late Polish Pope.
  2. Refrain Lord, let us see your kindness; Lord, let us see your kindness. Your kindness and salvation grant us, O Lord. 1. I will hear what the Lord proclaims: peace and salvation close at hand, always near to those who fear him; glory dwelling in our land. 2. Kindness and truth shall meet at last; justice and peace.
  3. Objective: Jesus is my gentle shepherd. Scripture: Psalm 23 The New Bible in Pictures for Little Eyes: pg The Beginner's Bible: pg Through the Bible in Felt: Story #61 Comprehension Questions: Psalm 23 says that there is no reason to want anything. Why? How does it make you feel knowing that the Lord is your shepherd? Verse: Psalm
  4. People Need The Lord Lyrics: Every day they pass me by / I can see it in their eyes / Empty people filled with care / Headed who knows where? / On they go through private pain / Living fear to.
  5. If you are familiar with only one of the psalms in the Bible, you probably know Psalm It’s a song of comfort—which is why it is one of the most popular passages in the Bible. Even in times of darkness, bereavement, danger, or loneliness, it reminds you that you can know that God, the shepherd, is faithful, generous, good, and loving.
  6. Incline thine ear, O LORD, and hear; open thine eyes, O LORD, and see: and hear all the words of Sennacherib, which hath sent to reproach the living God. Daniel O my God, incline thine ear, and hear; open thine eyes, and behold our desolations, and the city which is called by thy name: for we do not present our supplications before thee.
  7. The speaker says that the Lord (God) is like a shepherd to him. This sets up an explicit metaphor in which humanity, or at least the community of believers, is a flock of sheep tended by God. The role of a shepherd is to lead his sheep to green pastures, to protect them from predators, to make sure that none get lost or go astray.
  8. There's many Christians who know 'specifications', but they do not know the Shepherd's 'voice'. "My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me" (Jn) There are a lot of people who have "prayed -the- prayer" but have never met the Lord.
  9. But those who know the Lord care about what He cares about: personal salvation and social justice, righteousness, the poor and the needy. If I don’t care about social justice, maybe I don’t know the Lord as well as I thought! Jeremiah I spoke to you when you were secure. You said, “I will not listen.”.

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