The Shepherd's Song Paperback
A Story of Second Chances
by Betsy Duffey; Laurie Myers;
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The Shepherd's Song
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The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. He makes me lie down in green pastures...Shortly before a tragic car accident, Kate McConnell wrote down the powerful words of Psalm 23 on a piece of paper for her wayward son. Just before she loses consciousness, Kate wonders if she's done enough with her life and prays, 'Please, let my life count.' Unbeknownst to Kate, her handwritten copy of Psalm 23 soon begins a remarkable journey around the world.
From a lonely dry cleaning employee to a soldier wounded in Iraq, to a young Kurdish girl fleeing her country, to a Kenyan runner in the Rome Invitational marathon, this humble message forever changes the lives of twelve very different people.
Eventually, Kate's paper makes it back to its starting place, and she discovers the unexpected ways that God changes lives, even through the smallest gestures. With beautiful prose and a 'pass it on' message reminiscent of The Shack, this story will touch your heart and remind you of the ways God works through us to reach beyond what we can imagine.
The Shepherd's Song by Betsy Duffey; Laurie Myers was published by Hodder & Stoughton General Division in March 2015 and is our 21457th best seller. The ISBN for The Shepherd's Song is 9781444792980.
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Details for The Shepherd's Song
|Page last updated||26th June 2016|
|Author / Artist||Betsy Duffey; Laurie Myers|
|Publisher||Hodder & Stoughton General Division (March 2015)|
|Number of Pages||240|