The Highest Winner

[Written Especially for Children]

Error, if we believe in it, would make some of us think we cannot bear to lose at games, and that we feel angry and resentful and disappointed when we do not win. Because these wrong thoughts show themselves in unpleasant looks and words, we may spoil the game for those who play with us as well as for ourselves.

Christ Jesus said, "Be of good cheer." And he never expected anybody to do anything which God did not give him the power to do. So, no matter how small a child may be, he can set out with good cheer to win the greatest victory of all, that is, the victory over error.

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