Sunday School Notes and Comments

In the Sunday school the individual need of each pupil should be carefully considered. Sometimes it is found necessary, and productive of much good, to place a child in a class by himself, where he may for a time have the undivided help and attention of a teacher. An interesting instance of this kind was that of a child who had been very disturbing to his class, but who, when by himself, had the opportunity to argue to his heart's content. At first his attitude was rather rebellious, and he stated that he came to Sunday school only because he was compelled to do so. His teacher met all his arguments with loving patience until, after several Sundays, the child for the first time admitted that he believed in Christian Science. After that his whole manner changed. He is now showing marked progress in the overcoming of a nervous difficulty, and has again been placed in a class with other children, where he is no longer a disturbing factor, but a helpful addition to the class.

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