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THE PARABLE OF THE MUSTARD SEED- A MODERN TAKE

My modernization on the parable of the mustard seed Christian Roodal, Period 4
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Christian Roodal

on 16 December 2010

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Transcript of THE PARABLE OF THE MUSTARD SEED- A MODERN TAKE

THE PARABLE OF THE MUSTARD SEED-
A Modern Translation Christian Roodal
Period 4 John had moved to a new house He wanted to beautify his front yard, but couldn't think of a way to do so While pondering his dilemma, he came upon an acorn, and decided to plant an oak tree The acorn was planted, and John put all of his effort into tending the area The first year turned up with little result, but John wasn't disheartened He tended the oak sprout year after year, and it grew, little by little In the best weather, he was proud of his little tree In the worst storms and winters, he remained faithful, and the tree grew and grew The time finally came for John to sell the house He admired what was now a massive, strong oak, and looked back on all of the faith he had kept in years past The oak served as a huge selling point for his house, and it proved so when a new family moved in The new children loved the tree- it provided shade and a location for a treehouse; the parents loved it, too for its natural beauty As John drove away from his old house, he looked back on the tree and smiled, proud of his achievement and the new children who benefitted from the tree. THE END
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