This edition brings together Phillip Keller's three devotional classics,
A Shepherd Looks at the 23rd Psalm, A Shepherd Looks at the Good Shepherd, and A Shepherd Looks at the Lamb of God.
W. Phillip Keller, born in East Africa, always loved wildlife and the outdoors. Having spent many years in agriculture research, land management, and ranch development in British Columbia, he later pursued careers in conservation, wildlife photography, and journalism. His experiences as a shepherd equipped him with the insights that are the basis for A Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23.
The Shepherd Trilogy: A Shepherd Looks at the 23rd Psalm, A Shepherd Looks at the Good Shepherd, A
It really helps to read scripture on the Good Shepherd through the eyes of a true shepherd! Thanks for this good book!
January 10, 2014
The book is awesome.
I met a pastor who told me about the books and he sparked my curiosity. Not long after, my mother brought up the relationship between a shepherd and his sheep. So I had to buy the books. I bought three, one for my mom and two for my sisters. I am still going to purchase one for myself.
February 10, 2012
I'm on the third book in the trilogy and have found the unique insights and perspectives offered by Phillip Keller eye opening. I'm using it as a daily devotional and find myself being refreshed and even calmed during some very troubling things going on. Especially in the first book you will find some convicting comparisons about how we really do act like sheep! Overall, the key of the book is that it is always pointing you to the true Shepherd.
October 28, 2011
Phillip Keller - always good
A Shepherd Looks at the 23rd Psalms is a fantasitc book. It is a book that I go back a re-read every few years. A Shepherd looks at the Good Shepherd so far is very good. I haven't finished it, but what I have read is interesting and reflects what the Bible teaches about Jesus as The Good Shepherd.
April 18, 2011