In his beautifully written book, "I Shall Not Want," Robert Ketchum tells of a Sunday School teacher who asked her group of children if anyone could quote the entire Twenty-third Psalm.

A golden-haired, four-and-a-half-year-old girl was among those who raised their hands. A bit skeptical, the teacher asked if she could really quote the entire Psalm.

The little girl went to the front of the room, faced the class, made a perky little bow, and said:
     "The Lord is my Shepherd, that's all I want."


     She bowed again, then returned to her seat. That may well be the greatest interpretation ever heard
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