The Shepherd’s Field Part 1

“The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want” Psalm 23:1.  As part of the topic “Encourage without Wounding” we draw close to the Lord in “The Shepherd’s Field.” There we are filled so that we can overflow into the lives of others.

Janie and Sharon expand on their discussion of the Shepherd’s field by peeling apart Psalm 23 verse by verse to see the beauty of being in the Shepherd’s care.  Women are noted for their ability to multi-task and it is easy for us to add prayers to the “list” of things to do.  However, getting alone with God in a secret place is so important in our Christian walk. In order for us to encourage one another we must first be encouraged ourselves.  When we are filled in the Shepherd’s field, we can then pour out to others.

Recorded live on KWXC 88.9 Christian Talk Radio – Grove, Ok.


About proverbs3130ministry

Sharon and her husband, Terry, have two children. They reside in Grove, Ok on beautiful Grand Lake. Sharon is the founder of Proverbs 31:30 Ministry, the director of women's ministry at Grace Harbor Baptist Church; and teaches the ladies Sunday school class. Every Friday at noon she hosts Woman to Woman radio show with her friend and mentor, Janie Ratzlaff, which is broadcast live on KWXC 88.9 and She is the author of Bible studies; Rebekah's Confidence, The F.E.A.R. of the Lord, and A Virtuous Woman: The Fairytale Story. She is passionate about the Lord and enjoys speaking at ladies conferences and retreats. She has a heart for small churches and is driven to help their ladies group.
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3 Responses to The Shepherd’s Field Part 1

  1. Pingback: Encourage without Wounding | Proverbs 31:30 Ministry

  2. Feilcity Alexander says:

    I whant verse s of word to diet a good betel


    • Hi Feilcity,
      If I am understanding you correctly, you are asking for some scriptures to get a good diet from the word. The gospel of John is a great place to start to find out more about the great Shepherd. You can find many comforting verses in the Psalms and see more about who God is. To help deepen your belief then Romans is a good foundational book. You can also tune in tomorrow at noon to hear more about Psalm 23. In April we will cover the priority of prayer. Please let us know if you need anything else.
      God Bless,


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