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Sunday, 22 May 2011

The Children's Life of Christ-The Tale of The Sower by Enid Byton

Have you wondered how plants grow? Some come from seeds, that was what I learnt from Enid Blyton's book.

Mamarazzi told me that there was a nice parables which Jesus told to the folks. According to him there was once a Sower who went forth to sow seed. He scattered them by hand. Some here and some there.

Some of the seed fell on stony ground but these seed could not grow because they have no earth to put their root in.

Some fell among the weeds. These seeds grew but soon got choke out by the weeds.

Some fell into fertile ground and they sent out root and grew. They grew tall and strong and bear corns which made the Sower very happy.

The disciples does not understand at first till Jesus explained. God's words goes out all over the world just like the seeds being scattered here and there.

Some people heard God's words but take no notice or they people listened and heed for awhile but when difficulties comes they soon forgot. Just like seeds that fell onto stony ground.

There are some people whose heart is full of evil where good cant grow. Just like those seeds that grew on the field full of weeds.

And finally there are those people who listened to God's words. Just like those seeds that fell onto fertile grounds.

Now the people understood what Jesus was saying.
What type of seeds are you? Mamarazzi sometimes felt that she is like seeds that fell onto stony ground. Let's hope some wind or animal would come and roll her onto fertile ground soon.

Oh ya...thank you for all your concern on my wound. It's healing properly. See...Mamarazzi let me "colour" the wound all by myself.

Have a terrific Sunday everyone!


  1. oh no luka lagi ke??? cian lil boy ni, what happen to his arms why it became yellow?

  2. oppps it's healing sorry for my previous questions i thought its new wound =D

  3. Yikes! That wound looks painful. Hopefully it's healing.

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  4. As thou sow, so shall ye reap...

  5. I used to read Enid Blyton's books when i was young...

    The wound looks scary...

  6. Thank you for mentioning me - I am honored! And I am grateful that you have found my blog to be inspirational. I hope you and your readers come visit often and leave comments!

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  7. pengsan!

    what happen to the hand?

  8. Firstly, am glad to hear the wound is healing and secondly, when you have evil thoughts, gods words will not do any good.

  9. Mars Mell-o

    old one. Yellow coz put the yellow lotion...:p

  10. DP

    it's healing. Lucky no pus.

  11. SHaron

    No worrie. It's healing fine

  12. Hey there girlie. I just wanted to stop and thank you for visiting my blog so often! Your my favorite frequent follower! I read your blog often but never comment... I've got to work on that! Oh, you said your sweet little boy loves bananas? I've got a banana sorbet recipe that is fantastic. It's great for these hot summer days soon to come. I'll be happy to send it if you like. Have an awesome weekend.

  13. Christin

    Love going your blog to. Ya he loves all sorts of cold things


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