Description: This is a book of practical spirituality, of inspiration and encouragement gleaned from what may be the best known and best loved chapter in the Bible: the Twenty-third Psalm.
"The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want." So begins the psalm that, for millennia, has been a source of comfort in grief and of courage in fear. Now Harold Kushner discovers what it has to teach us about living our day-to-day lives. Each chapter discusses one line of the psalm in the context of both the time when it was written and the present day, and illuminates the life lessons contained within it. He draws on the ideas and thoughts of various spiritual figures from G. K. Chesterton to Martin Buber to Paul Tillich to further expand our understanding of this great psalm and help us benefit from its everyday spiritual wisdom.
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