God's Gracious Pursuit and Our Everlasting Home

Henry Ward Beecher (1813 – 1887)
on Psalm 23:

"It is like a pilgrim that God has sent to speak to every
language on the globe. It has charmed more griefs to rest
than all the philosophy of the world. It has remanded
to their dungeon more felon thoughts, more black doubts,
more thieving sorrows than there are sands
on the sea-shore.

"It has comforted the noble host of the poor. It has sung
courage to the army of the disappointed.

"It has poured balm and consolation into the heart
of the sick, of captives in dungeons, of widows
in their pinching griefs, of orphans in their loneliness."

Jim Snyder's delivery of Joel Beeke's exposition on Psalm 23 concludes with verse six, the last of this psalm and series.

Mar 26, 2023
Sunday Service
Ezekiel 36:22-27; John 14:1-6
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