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Into the Seas by Raymond A. Foss

Our seeds sown
into the wind
into the soil
into the seas of the world
cast far from our homes
to reach hearts unknown

God is the master
we are the mere servants
his children in the world
sending his message of love
as we are called
to the ends of the earth

July 28, 2010
Matthew 13:1-11; 24-30
“Waste and Grace”,
by Rev. Frank Gulinello, Jr.
“ Jesus’ parable of the Sower focuses on the scattering of the seed.
No matter what kind of ground it falls upon, whether hardpan or
deep rich soil, God will have a harvest yielding a hundred fold.
So, scattering the seed aimlessly is not wasteful in God’s economy.”
Wesley United Methodist Church
Concord, NH
August 1, 2010

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