‘The Lord Is My Shepherd’

This is Psalm 23 set to music, and sung by the choir at Wells Cathedral.

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‘The Lord Is My Shepherd’ (Cathedral choir)

This is the 23rd Psalm set to music and sung by the choir at Wells Cathedral, England. Some of us first heard it as the theme song to an anything-but-reverent British comedy, The Vicar of Dibley. But the hymn will stay with you longer than the comedy.

‘The Lord is My Shepherd’

The 23rd Psalm set to music, sung by the choir at Wells Cathedral, illustrated by God’s handiwork throughout the English countryside–what more could you ask, with which to start a day?

Encore, ‘The Lord Is My Shepherd’

The Lord Is My Shepherd (Psalm 23), sung by the choir of Wells Cathedral–yes, I know I’ve posted this before, but it seemed for today. Certainly we need our Shepherd! This fallen world would swallow us up alive, without Him. Jesu, Lord, defend us!

Encore: ‘The Lord is My Shepherd’

Psalm 23 set to music, and sung by the choir of Wells Cathedral, England–it’s not worth trying to remain unmoved by this. We ought not ever to forget that we have a Shepherd who looks after us, and is with us even through the valley of the shadow of death: for He Himself passed through it once, and He will bring us through it, and out into the light on the other side.

Psalm 23, Set to Music

The Lord is My Shepherd (the 23rd Psalm), set to music by Howard Goodall, sung by the Choir of Wells Cathedral– We are not alone. We are the sheep of His pasture, and we never walk alone.