Signs of the Times

Topic: The Pursuit of Religion

[Orien W. Fifer, in the Christian Advocate, Cincinnati, Ohio]

Some trees spread their roots wide but not deep. In favorable climatic conditions they stand upright and strong. Any sudden storm or great rainfall softening the earth and followed by strong and brutal winds, uproots them. In periods of excessive drought they slowly perish. Their roots find no hidden springs.

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