This is a paraphrase of the 23rd Psalm in praise to God for showing us love through our animal companions. It was written by Peggy McMahon and appears in her book, "Father, Hear My Psalms".
Watch this psalm filled with hope when you need strength and promise.
A reading of Psalm 121, accompanied by music, for you to use in meditation.
This is a paraphrase of the 23rd Psalm, intended especially for meditation when you are feeling lost. It was written by Peggy McMahon and appears in her book, Father, Hear My Psalms. The music is "Day by Day", written by Karolina Sandell-Berg in 1865 and arranged and played by Beverly Carmichael Heid.
The words are these:
The Lord is my pathfinder, I shall not lose my way.
He makes me lie down in meadows of summer bloom;
He leads me to still waters where I drink from his cup.
He restores me in purpose; He leads me to find meaning
in the smallest of offerings.
Yea, though I walk through the canyon of deepest dark,
I am not lost.
For the light of your heart's love is never extinguished,
Your nearness is never absent.
You prepare a sanctuary for me in the deep of the canyon walls,
I receive your true Word.
You anoint my head with belongingness,
my heart entrains to the pulse of Your heavenly voice.
I hear You call my name and I shall answer.
Surely all courage and direction shall be with me
all the days of my life;
And I shall dwell in the presence of the Lord forever.
© 2011 by Peggy McMahon (Father Hear My Psalms)