“…you will be like a watered garden, like a spring of water whose waters never run dry”
Once upon a time, two little sweet-pea seeds nestled snugly together in the soft earth. They talked of God, the Creator of all seeds; they wanted to find Him, to see Him. They grew lonely and longed for the Spring when they would grow up out of the ground and begin to reach up to heaven and find God. Soon it was Spring. Each seed burst from its shell and began to grow up and down. As the roots pushed down the green bud pushed up. When they slipped into the sunlight and blinked at the sky it seemed a…
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