Teaching in the Sunday School

To the teacher in the Christian Science Sunday School, there may come erroneous suggestions regarding this glorious work which he has been called upon to do. There may be suggestions of discouragement, born of a belief of inadequacy, insufficient understanding, inability to state the truth clearly, or that most insidious belief—that the children are unresponsive, and that one's best efforts to help them accomplish very little.

These suggestions deny the power of the Word of God, and attempt to make one believe that the voicing of the truth is of little or no avail. If these suggestions assail the teacher in the Christian Science Sunday School, he will find it helpful to turn to the life and words of the greatest of teachers, Christ Jesus—to read and ponder those parts of the New Testament that reveal not only his method of teaching, but his attitude toward his students and the effect of his teaching upon them.

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