How do you explain Psalm 23 to kids?

December 21, 2020 Off By idswater

How do you explain Psalm 23 to kids?

God knows our future, He made us and the whole world. The first part of the psalm David talks about God being his shepherd and he is the sheep. The shepherd makes sure his sheep has everything he needs like nice green grass and clean water. God gives him peace and rest because he can trust Him.

What does Psalm 23 teach us?

Psalm 23 is a psalm of King David expressing confidence and trust in the Lord. At every turn, it reveals the close relationship David shares with his God. The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. With God as our shepherd, there is nothing we will ever lack.

What are the psalms in the Bible for kids?

Here are just a few:

  • Psalm 121 (A Psalm for Protection)
  • Psalm 23 (A Psalm of Promise)
  • Psalm 46 (A Psalm of His Power)
  • Psalm 147 (A Psalm of Who God Is)
  • Psalm 91 (A Psalm for Protection)
  • Psalm 100 (A Psalm for Grateful Praise)
  • Psalm 139 (He Knows You)
  • So there it is, 7 Psalms to Pray Over Your Kids!

What is the Psalm 23 verse?

Psalm 23 (King James Authorised Version, 1611) 1 The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want. 2 He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters. 3 He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name’s sake.

What do green pastures represent in the Bible?

As for lying down in green pastures, the shepherd creates enclosures where the sheep can rest at night in safety as well as eat. In this sense, the green pastures are a place for us to rest under the shepherd’s (God’s) watchful eye.

What should I pray over my child?

Heavenly Father, may my child not fear, for you are with them. As I place my children in your mighty, loving hands, give me peace, knowing that you are right by their side. Please replace their fears with the strength and courage to face whatever the day brings. Give my children a real sense that Jesus is with them.

What is the main point of Psalm 23?

The theme of Psalm 23 is that God always protects and provides.