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Psalm 23

The Lord is my Shepherd, I will never be in need

Author: Robert J. Moore (1984)
Tune: [My shepherd is the Lord] (Gelineau)
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Robert J. Moore

Robert J. Moore was born in Phoenix in 1952, and received his education at Arizona State University (B.A. 1973; M.S.W. 1992) and San Francisco Theological Seminary (M.Div. 1977). He is an ordained Presbyterian minister and served as associate pastor of Westminster Presbyterian Church, Sacramento, California (1978-1980), First Presbyterian Church, Roswell, New Mexico (1980-1982), and Christ Presbyterian Church, Tucson, Arizona (1983-1990), before returning to graduate school. The Presbyterian Hymnal Companion, 1993  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: The Lord is my Shepherd, I will never be in need
Title: Psalm 23
Author: Robert J. Moore (1984)
Language: English
Refrain First Line: My shepherd is the Lord
Copyright: © 1986 The Westminster Press; from A Psalm Sampler

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The Presbyterian Hymnal #173

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