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Contents

  1. THE JOY BOOK
  2. Supernatural Strength (healing confessions)
  3. The Orange Fairy Book: The Two Caskets

While she was busy rubbing the corn she heard a whirr of wings, and a flock of sparrows flew in at the window. When they had finished they flew on her shoulders and flapped their wings by way of thanks. Time went by, and no cows in the whole country-side were so fat and well tended as hers, and no dairy had so much milk to show. The farmer's wife was so well satisfied that she gave her higher wages, and treated her like her own daughter.

At length, one day, the girl was bidden by her mistress to come into the kitchen, and when there, the old woman said to her: 'I know you can tend cows and keep a diary; now let me see what you can do besides. Take this sieve to the well, and fill it with water, and bring it home to me without spilling one drop by the way. The girl's heart sank at this order; for how was it possible for her to do her mistress's bidding? However, she was silent, and taking the sieve went down to the well with it.

Stopping over the side, she filled it to the brim, but as soon as she lifted it the water all ran out of the holes. Again and again she tried, but not a drop would remaining in the sieve, and she was just turning away in despair when a flock of sparrows flew down from the sky. Then once more she dipped the sieve into the well, and, behold, this time not a drop of water disappeared!

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Many days passed during which the girl went about her work as usual, but at length one day the old woman called her and said:. There are here two yarns, the one white, the other black. What you must do is to wash them in the river till the black one becomes white and the white black. Picking up the black yarn, she stood facing the east and dipped it in the river, and in an instant it grew white as snow, then turning to the west, she held the white yarn in the water, and it became as black as a crow's wing. She looked back at the sparrows and smiled and nodded to them, and flapping their wings in reply they flew swiftly away.

At the sight of the yarn the old woman was struck dumb; but when at length she found her voice she asked the girl what magician had helped her to do what no one had done before. But she got no answer, for the maiden was afraid of bringing trouble on her little friends. For many weeks the mistress shut herself up in her room, and the girl went about her work as usual. She hoped that there was an end to the difficult tasks which had been set her; but in this she was mistaken, for one day the old woman appeared suddenly in the kitchen, and said to her:.

Here are the yarns which you washed. Take them and weave them into a web that is as smooth as a king's robe, and see that it is spun by the time that the sun sets. But when she began she found that the skein tangled and broke every moment.

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The girl was so delighted at the sight of it that she gave each cat a kiss on his forehead as they left the room behind one the other as they had come. But the girl only smiled and did not answer. She had learned early the value of silence. After a few weeks the old woman sent for her maid and told her that as her year of service was now up, she was free to return home, but that, for her part, the girl had served her so well that she hoped she might stay with her.

But at these words the maid shook her head, and answered gently:. Go now into the loft above the store house and there you will find many caskets. Choose the one which pleases you best, but be careful not to open it till you have set it in the place where you wish it to remain. The girl left the room to go to the loft, and as soon as she got outside, she found all the cats waiting for her. Walking in procession, as was their custom, they followed her into the loft, which was filled with caskets big and little, plain and splendid.

She lifted up one and looked at it, and then put it down to examine another yet more beautiful.


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Which should she choose, the yellow or the blue, the red or the green, the gold or the silver? She hesitated long, and went first to one and then to another, when she heard the cats' voices calling: 'Take the black! The words make her look round—she had seen no black casket, but as the cats continued their cry she peered into several corners that had remained unnoticed, and at length discovered a little black box, so small and so black, that it might easily have been passed over.

THE JOY BOOK

But before she could move a voice cried from the fence:. She soon left the meadow and turned into a path which ran between two flowery hedges. Right in front of her stood an oven, and through its open door she could see a pile of white loaves. And the maiden told her to fear nothing, for she never hurt anything, and was very grateful for the oven's kindness in giving her such a beautiful white loaf. When she had finished it, down to the last crumb, she shut the oven door and said: 'Good-morning. By-and-by she became very thirsty, and seeing a cow with a milk-pail hanging on her horn, turned towards her.

Then she drank it all up except a little drop at the bottom. And the girl did as she was bid, and kissed the cow on her forehead and went her way. And suddenly she saw before her a gate which she had not noticed before, and a very old woman leaning against it. Would that everyone was as polite as you. Are you in search of anything? And she began combing out the old woman's hair, which was long and white.

Be prudent and patient and all will go well. So the girl thanked her, and set out for a farm at a little distance, where she was engaged to milk the cows and sift the corn. As soon as it was light next morning the girl got up and went into the cow-house. And then she fetched hay from the barn, and while they were eating it, she swept out the cow-house, and strewed clean straw upon the floor.


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  • The cows were so pleased with the care she took of them that they stood quite still while she milked them, and did not play any of the tricks on her that they had played on other dairymaids who were rough and rude. And when she had done, and was going to get up from her stool, she found sitting round her a whole circle of cats, black and white, tabby and tortoise-shell, who all cried with one voice:. But before they drank they all rubbed themselves against her knees and purred by way of thanks. The next thing the girl had to do was to go to the storehouse, and to sift the corn through a sieve.

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    Supernatural Strength (healing confessions)

    While she was busy rubbing the corn she heard a whirr of wings, and a flock of sparrows flew in at the window. When they had finished they flew on her shoulders and flapped their wings by way of thanks. Time went by, and no cows in the whole country-side were so fat and well tended as hers, and no dairy had so much milk to show. The farmer's wife was so well satisfied that she gave her higher wages, and treated her like her own daughter.

    At length, one day, the girl was bidden by her mistress to come into the kitchen, and when there, the old woman said to her: 'I know you can tend cows and keep a diary; now let me see what you can do besides. Take this sieve to the well, and fill it with water, and bring it home to me without spilling one drop by the way. The girl's heart sank at this order; for how was it possible for her to do her mistress's bidding? However, she was silent, and taking the sieve went down to the well with it.

    Stopping over the side, she filled it to the brim, but as soon as she lifted it the water all ran out of the holes. Again and again she tried, but not a drop would remaining in the sieve, and she was just turning away in despair when a flock of sparrows flew down from the sky. Then once more she dipped the sieve into the well, and, behold, this time not a drop of water disappeared!

    Many days passed during which the girl went about her work as usual, but at length one day the old woman called her and said:. There are here two yarns, the one white, the other black. What you must do is to wash them in the river till the black one becomes white and the white black.


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    • Picking up the black yarn, she stood facing the east and dipped it in the river, and in an instant it grew white as snow, then turning to the west, she held the white yarn in the water, and it became as black as a crow's wing. She looked back at the sparrows and smiled and nodded to them, and flapping their wings in reply they flew swiftly away. Romans 20 Yet he did not waver through unbelief regarding the promise of God, but was strengthened in his faith and gave glory to God, 21 being fully persuaded that God had power to do what he had promised.

      The Orange Fairy Book: The Two Caskets

      Romans 11 I long to see you so that I may impart to you some spiritual gift to make you strong. Colossians 29 To this end I labor, struggling with all his energy, which so powerfully works in me. Your email address will not be published. Audio Sermon Save Audio.