The following articles are related to the topic of GOOD SHEPHERD

He Restores My Soul

Does your soul need to be restored? The Great Shepherd of Psalm 23 promises to restore our souls.

My Cup Runs Over

In that delightful twenty-third Psalm, the writer (most likely David) depicts the lavish blessings bestowed by God. Surely the devout child of God today can echo those sentiments in his own life.

God’s Tear Bottle

David’s emotional appeal for God to treasure up his tears is a reminder to all God’s children of how much he cares when we are hurting.

Loving Life; Seeing Good Days

Do you love living? Are your days “good” ones or “bad” ones? Your manner of living and your attitude can make a difference.

The Emotions of Jesus

In addition to possessing a divine nature, Jesus Christ was also flesh and blood (John 1:14), a human being. He thus shared with us the full range of human emotions.

Who Was the Good Samaritan?

The parable of the “good Samaritan” has echoed down the corridors of time for the past 2,000 years. What makes it so memorable?

Paul’s Discourse to the Elders at Ephesus

As Paul concludes his third missionary journey, he pauses at Miletus to meet with the elders of the church in Ephesus. His words are filled with admonition and exhortation, and they contain many wonderful truths needed by today’s church. This month’s Feature deals with the apostle’s address.

Five Alleged Mistakes in the Bible

A recent writer for a radical online magazine charged that the Bible is mistaken regarding five Old Testament texts. As it turns out, the article is wrong—on all five counts!

Islam and the Deity of Jesus Christ

Moslems insist that Jesus Christ was merely a “messenger” of God, in the same sense that others (e.g., Moses) were but prophets. They deny that he possessed the nature of deity, or that he even claimed to be the “Son of God.” But what does the actual evidence reveal?

The Lord Is My Rock

The word “rock” is a common biblical metaphor. It illustrates many great truths about God. This article briefly surveys this topic.

Teresa’s “Exorcism”

It was recently announced that Roman Catholic nun, Teresa, received an “exorcism” just before her death. What is the Christian to make of this?

What Is a Pastor?

It is not uncommon to hear religious people refer to a minister as “the pastor” of the church. There is no such thing as “the pastor” of a church. The term “pastor” is greatly abused in the community of Christendom.

Psalm 95 — A Message of Urgency

Psalm 95, and echoes thereof in the New Testament, speak eloquently to the man and woman of today. Those who “have ears to hear,” should do so with great dispatch. Are you listening to God’s voice?

All Good People Go to Heaven — No Matter What?

The nation’s attention was riveted to the testimony of nine coal miners who had been trapped deep beneath the earth’s surface in Pennsylvania. One miner expressed concern for his soul, since he’d never been baptized. Another assured him that he was okay — but was he? Jason Jackson discusses this episode in this week’s Penpoints.