Psalm 23, a Breakdown by Justin Abraham

Psalm 23 line by line

Psalm 23

Psalm 23 says nothing about people doing things for God. It is God doing things for you.

Justin Abraham has broken down the 23rd Psalm into bite-size pieces.

My shepherd

Psalm 23


The Lord is my shepherd. Psalm 23:1a. I.e., you are the little lamb he is carrying.


Not want

I shall not want. Psalm 23:1b.

Psalm 23God takes care of you. He sets pleasurable things around you. Take advantage of them. Get pleasure out of the little things He has created.

The Lord wants to give you pleasure. Enter into the rest of God. Love God. Enter into a oneness with Him.

Still waters

Psalm 23He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters.  Verse 2.

God already loves us.  If you become a lover of God, that can bring a great peace. Man and God should be enjoying each other.

Green pastures is the unseen world in God. They are in another dimension. They allow us to live beyond natural limitations. (You can learn much more on this topic by linking to the podcast at the bottom of this post.)

Paths of righteousness

He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name’s sake. Verse 3.

Get close to the Lord and His righteousness will be written in your heart. I will remove from you your heart of stone and give you a heart of flesh. Ezekiel 36:26b.

Ask for forgiveness and, in God’s mind, it will be as though your sins had never existed.

When your heart wanders from union with God, bring it back. You will not have to ask the will of God. You will know it.

The rest of Psalm 23

To learn about the rest of the lines, listen to the podcast mentioned below. Start around the one hour, 15 minute mark.



Psalm 23

Justin Abraham lives in the supernatural. It would be worth your while to hear him speak.

To get a greater understanding of this blog post, listen to the Justin Abraham podcast called Psalm 23.

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