Gun-wheels, horses' hoofs, feet of men had made of naught the sower's pains.
He plucked an ear of wholesome admonition from the parable of the Sower.
Every young man is now a sower of seed on the field of life.
It was the parable of the sower and the seed, in the thirteenth of St. Matthew.
The rising Nile moistening and fertilizing the land, prepares the way for the sower.
Look first to the question which meets an inquirer at the outset, Who is the sower?
This is the sower, but the grain is in this instance only chaff.
Not one would have come to perfection if the sower had been too lavish with his seed.
I should like to say the following about black and white:—take my Sower!
What vigour there is in the parable of the sower, the harvest, and the fig tree!