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A dad from Emporia, Kansas, wrote this version of the 91st Psalm for his daughter Katie when she was having problems with some of the kids at school.
It was new and inspiring to hear I was loved and cared for by God.
I fell asleep, waking the next morning quite free.
When we got to the pool, I was fine.
A voice within me was saying, "Accidents are unknown to God . . . ."
The man became very angry and crowded into the guard kiosk.
I didn't need to change my daughter, but I did need to give up my own distorted perception of her.
Four short words stand up tall as skyscrapers—right in the middle of the Publix.
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