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Sunday Schools and Children
Few would deny that the early training of children is of the utmost importance, and all deep thinkers will admit that the education of children would be hopelessly one-sided if the moral and spiritual demands, which rest upon all mankind, were to be neglected. Children often think more deeply than we realize, and while their questionings may apparently be confined to the things which they can see and handle materially, yet deep down there is a desire for something else, a desire to love and to be loved; and unless this deepest instinct of humanity is ignorantly or ruthlessly repressed, the child will sooner or later begin to ask about God and the things which "eye hath not seen, nor ear heard." Well did Wordsworth see this when he spoke of childhood, and
... those first affections,
Those shadowy recollections,
Which, be they what they may,
Are yet the foundation light of all our day,
Are yet a master light of our seeing.
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Sunday Schools and Children
ANNIE M. KNOTT
FREDDA R. GRATKE
Laborers in God's Vineyard
MARGARET J. SINCLAIR
The Turn in the Road
FRANCES H. PARKER
Who Shall be Greatest?
My attention has been called to an adverse comment on...
Judge Clifford P. Smith, Committee on Publication for The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts,
Since "Truth Seeker" has again introduced the subject of...
Lester B. McCoun, Committee on Publication for the State of Nebraska,
In reply to a letter in your recent issue, we wish to state...
Carrington Hening, Committee on Publication for the State of New Jersey,
Your correspondent in a recent issue makes many bitter...
Addington C. Cronk, Committee on Publication for Yorkshire, England,
In the "Social and Personal" columns of your recent issue...
Cecil E. Benjamin, Committee on Publication for the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa,
In reply to the points raised by your correspondent,...
Mrs. Mary Blanch Jones, Committee on Publication for Gloucestershire, England,
A Lively Stone
Albert F. Gilmore
Progress in the Understanding of Christian Science
Ella W. Hoag
with contributions from Ernest L. Buchanan, Heino Weihe
With deep gratitude for all the blessings I have received...
Katherine M. Hurd
I had been interested in Christian Science for several...
Vera R. Collins
Christian Science found me through the recommendation...
Ruby Atwell Waite
While at a camp in Maine I stepped on a small stone,...
May B. Ballard
One can hardly find words to express one's love and...
About eight years ago I first heard of Christian Science...
I wish to express my gratitude for the blessings which...
Elinor S. Jennings
Signs of the Times
with contributions from R. F. Stanton, Carnegie Simpson