Who Is Your Shepherd? (1 of 6) by Jeff Schreve
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Series: Satisfaction Guaranteed
How many watched last year's Super Bowl, can I see your hands? Last year's Super Bowl? Super Bowl is a big deal. It's a big event. And you know what is a really big event at the Super Bowl? Who is going to sing at halftime? Really big event. And we had, a couple of years ago, Paul McCartney. He sang at halftime. He was singing some of the songs that I remember when I was in high school growing up. And those were the songs for 2000 and 5 Super Bowl. The 2006 Super Bowl had another old group, The Rolling Stones with Mick Jigger. He's 63 years old. Keith Richards is 145 (laughter). Those guys have been writing songs and singing songs for decades. And in 1965 they wrote a song, Mick Jigger and Keith Richards, and the song was called I Can't Get No Satisfaction. Many of you remember that song. It was kind of a repetitive chorus, ''I can't get no satisfaction, I can't get no satisfaction, cause I try and I try and I try and I try, but I can't get no, I can't get no, no satisfaction.''
I want to start a new series tonight on Psalm 23, and I've entitled this series, ''Satisfaction Guaranteed.'' You know, you can look to the things of this world, and you can be a big rocker like Mick Jigger and a guitar player like Keith Richards, and have money and rock and roll and power and prestige and fame and all the things that the world says will make you happy, but you'll end up like those guys saying, singing, ''I can't get no satisfaction,'' because satisfaction isn't found in those things. Satisfaction is found when you follow the Lord fully with all your heart. Now it doesn't mean that if you follow the Lord fully with all your heart that you're going to have a life filled with ease, a life filled with comfort. It doesn't mean that you're going to drive a Cadillac and have a vacation home on the coast. But it means that you're going to have your deepest needs met. You're going to fin ...
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