The Easiest Way

Two friends were walking across the fields one sunny summer afternoon. They had spent the morning on a wooded promontory looking through pine trees over the yorkshire moors, sweeping away, fold beyond fold, "unto their utmost purple rim." As they returned through fields of "bearded barley" and soft gray-green oats, they spoke of Jesus and of his walking through the cornfields with his disciples.

How different from the rush and noise of modern cities seemed the Master's life! Yet he had to deal with the same so-called mortal mind as they. Human nature has not changed, and to-day men have to contend with the same human difficulties; and similar lessons of overcoming may be learned from the simple life of the country.

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