As we continue in the fifth verse, the imagery of the given phrases can be used (and have been used) to say many things but keeping the context of the sheep and their confidence in their shepherd is vital to the faith aspect.
Father, I am thankful for Your anointing. I recognize and acknowledge that the anointing is not about a gift, a talent, or a set of skills. It is a burden-removing, yoke-obliterating power that causes suffering to be alleviated, misfortune to be avoided, strongholds to come down and all of mankind to be drawn to You. By faith in Christ, I receive this anointing upon my head that my thinking would be clear, my decisions would be certain, my actions would be godly, and my steps would be ordered. Perfect peace is my heritage, love is my culture, forgiveness is my lifestyle, and I refuse to EVER hold a grudge. I am truly free and fulfilled in You.
Isa 10:27; Isa 26:3; Phil 4:7