"Sow beside All Waters"

Broadcast thy seed!Although some portion may be foundTo fall on uncongenial ground,Where sand, or shard, or stone may stayIts coming into light of day—Or when it comes, some pestilent airMay make it droop and wither there—Be not discouraged; some will findCongenial soil, and gentle wind,Refreshing dew, and ripening shower,To bring it into beauteous flower,From flower to fruit, to glad thine eyes,And fill thy soul with sweet surprise.Do good, and God will bless thy deed;Broadcast thy seed.

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The Lectures
February 22, 1900
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