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Monday, March 21, 2011

Keeping the Faith

Keeping The Faith
The fields were parched and brown from lack of rain, and the crops laywilting from thirst. People were anxious and irritable as they searched thesky for any sign of relief. Days turned into arid weeks. No rain came.
The ministers of the local churches called for an hour of prayer on the townsquare the following Saturday. They requested that everyone bring an objectof faith for inspiration.
At high noon on the appointed Saturday the townspeople turned out en-massefilling the square with anxious faces and hopeful hearts. The ministers weretouched to see the variety of objects clutched in prayerful hands - holybooks, crosses, and rosaries.
When the hour ended, as if on magical command, a soft rain began to fall.Cheers swept the crowd as they held their treasured objects high ingratitude and praise.
From the middle of the crowd one faith symbol seemed to overshadow all theothers A small nine-year-old child had brought an umbrella. 
When you do something in life, have complete faith that you will definitelysucceed. Never do anything with half-mind. FAITH is a great foundation tobuild your life.



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