Refusing to Plow a Rock

Charles Spurgeon
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A farmer plows his field, and if it brings forth no harvest, he may plow it again; but he will not always go on plowing a field that is as barren as a rock. A gardener may come to a fig tree, and if it bears no fruit, he may prune it, and dig about it, and dung it, but he will not go on doing that year…
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