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Mark 4:16-4:34

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A few years ago, when archaeologists began excavating in the courtyard of a medieval monastery, they found seeds that had been dormant for more than 400 years that had begun to grow. King Henry VIII had closed the monastery in 1539, and herbs tended by the monks died. But they sprouted to life again after the archaeologists disturbed the earth.

(Today in the Word, November 15, 1997. From a sermon by Terry Blankenship, Kingdom Building God’s Way, 5/16/2011)


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