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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

The Lord Is My Shepherd Free Kids Coloring Page

This free coloring page shows the shepherd holding a lamb as he descends a rocky path to the beautiful country below. The verse is drawn in bubble letters to color in. The picture is of The Lord holding a lost sheep. It is one of my favorites.  I spent a lot of time looking over pictures of the Lord holding the lamb and did a lot of sketches of it before this.

The Bible verse is "The Lord is my shepherd." from Psalm 23:1.

The Lord is my Shepherd Coloring Page. 
To print the picture above just highlight it and send it to your printer or save to your device to print later. If you have problems printing this see the how to print tab for some helpful tips.

Parents and Sunday School Teachers will find this helpful. This is perfect for a child's Bible class, VBS, Vacation Bible School, Backyard Bible Club or Children's church.  It can be given to the students as a take home to support the lesson. Use it as an Awana sparks verse coloring page.

To find each verse of Psalm 23 search psalms in the sidebar or in the search box above.
The picture shows the Shepherd on top of a rocky hill and gives a lot of opportunities for the young artist to express themselves.

The lettering is bold enough for the kids to color inside, I have seen kids color each letter a different color

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