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September 7, 2007

The Lord Is My Shepherd

We did this lesson a couple weeks ago, but I’m just now getting around to sharing the boys reaction with you.

We read through the story twice because I wanted to make sure they understood what they were reading. Then we went through and talked about the meaning of each of the statements David made.

Then we got to the passage:

“Even though I walk through the darekst valley, I will not be afraid. You, God, are with me. Your shepherd’s rod and staff comfort me.”

I asked the boys what this meant to them. Bralon said it means he doesn’t have to be afraid of the dark because God is there with him.

Brandon said and I quote “Yeah, you don’t have to be afraid because they are just blinking eyeballs.”

I couldn’t figure out what in the world he was talking about. So I you’re right. You don’t have to be afraid. Then I looked down at the picture in the book. And realized what he meant.├é┬áBrandon never ceases to come up with something from way out in left field!

Here’s the picture:

King David wasn’t afraid of those blinking eyeballs and neither is Brandon! Although, the sheep looks a little concerned…..

Increasing in Him,
Chanda

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