The 23rd Psalm (Aboriginal Bible)
Yaweh, you are the best stockman. You care for me continually, and everything I have comes from you. I can’t want more.
You care for me just like the stockman who takes his sheep to rest in a quiet place with lots of grass and spring water.
Every day you make me strong. You show me the way to go because I trust your name to do what you have promised.
Even if I go through a very dark place where anything could kill me, but I am not frightened because you are always with me. You have your spear and long stick to always protect me.
To want you with all my insides
Peter Carroll, a linguist who worked on the translation, said the phrase “to love God with all one’s heart” was a special challenge. He said: “The Aboriginal people use a different part of the body to express emotions. They have a word that is, broadly translated, ‘insides’. So to love God with all your heart was to want God with all your insides.”
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