The Shed’s Song
When I asked: “can you please record Psalm 23 in your mother tongue, I’ll send it back with music” ?I had to share what I got, I just couldn’t keep it to myself!
across the globe, read the well-known Psalm 23 in their own language.
with a different piece of music played to accompany each voice.
The Shepherd’s message
came to life so forcefully to me through the different languages.
Last updated January 25, 2021
The Readings by Region
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Africa & Middle East
Asia & the Pacific
How this happened
How this all started
2020 – The year I did something different for my birthday
I was wondering what I should do for my birthday. With only 3 weeks to go, there weren’t many options for social gathering given the lock down situation.
So after waking up one morning I heard a voice inside giving me the idea to ask some friends and for them to ask their friends if they would read Psalm 23.
The idea of connecting with people through music and a comforting Psalm felt right.
It has been a strange time for many and maybe this music and the text from this Psalm could help someone, if not today, tomorrow, or the next.
So I started out, setting myself a target of a nice round number, 100.
And the results amazed me as I started receiving the readings. Sitting to play a unique piece of music for each one, the music came very clearly. And each reading was an inspiration to me.
Thank you for the privilege and opportunity to connect with you this way.
My wish is that through the readings and the music, the Shepherd will lead us all to still waters and restore our souls.
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