Wednesday, June 25, 2008

"Let us never forget that the Husbandman is never so near the land as when He is plowing it, the very time when we are tempted to think He hath forsaken us. His plowing is a proof that He thinks you are of value, and worth chastening: for He does not waste His plowing on the barren sand. He will not plow it continually, but only for a time, and for a definite purpose... Soon, aye soon, we shall, through these painful processes and by His gentle showers of grace, become His fruitful land."
Lettie B. Cowman

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