Seeds

ONE day in passing through our garden we plucked some seeds from a morning glory vine, carried them over to the side of our summer house, and planted them in the ground. At the proper time the seed sprouted, the vine grew, and the blossoms nodded their happiness in the early morning.

Meeting an old friend on the street he commented on our improved appearance, and laughed when Christian Science was given credit for the change Some weeks after the friend appeared at our meeting and acknowledged that Christian Science had helped him, and he wanted to know more about it. Our work had only been to plant the seed. At the proper time it had sprouted, and the result was good to look upon.

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