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The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters. ~ Psalms 23:1-2

The Lord has been painted as the shepherd that watches over his flock. Please note, all sizes come with a specific frame style. These frame styles are not interchangeable. When you select a size, the frame style will be displayed. Our art pieces do not come with glass.

Artist's Note:
The enduring image of Christ as our shepherd has been portrayed in countless ways throughout history. I love the 23rd Psalm and the peace and comforts it brings. I wanted the warm colors in this painting to symbolize the warmth we can feel in knowing that He is watching over us. Just as he is our Shepherd He has asked us to be his under-shepherds in watching over His flock. My hope is that you can feel the love and caring he has for each of us and the gentle and peaceful way he wants us all to watch over each other. ~ Simon Dewey

The Artist:

Simon Dewey started his journey at seventeen when he decided to leave home and attend London Art College. He gained popularity in 1997 when he released the painting "He Lives," that the LDS audience loved. His art often is from the New Testament, mainly focusing on the life of Jesus Christ. He is best known as a portrait painter of mainly religious art.

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The Lord is my Shepherd

By Alexis on 2/15/2021
Love this picture so much! The frame is beautiful. It was a custom order so it did take longer to arrive, but it still arrived in the time that it said it would.
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The Lord Is My Shepherd

By Patrick Briggs on 6/1/2017
This beautiful image of the Lord Is My Shepherd is not distracting to guest as do some of the newer images that try to change the ancient to contemporary or an unauthentic mood. Both my wife and I love it. We have it in front of the living room door where visitors can view as they enter our home.