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According to the author of Psalm 23, the speaker’s interactions with God resemble the relationship of a flock to its shepherd because both the psalmist and a flock — a. follow and trust c. wander and
wonder b. live in a large group d. fear and flee
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User: According to the author of Psalm 23, the speaker’s interactions with God resemble the relationship of a flock to its shepherd because both the psalmist and a flock — a. follow and trust c. wander and wonder b. live in a large group d. fear and flee

Weegy: b. live in a large group
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According to the author of Psalm 23, the speaker’s interactions with God resemble the relationship of a flock to its shepherd because both the psalmist and a flock: follow and trust.
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