"They that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament"

[Original article in German]

Sunday school pupils might be compared to young plants. We know with what solicitude and love a gardener nurses his seedlings, cultivates and cares for them; how he removes weeds, and keeps ever before him the needs of his plants, until they have attained the strength to be transplanted. Regular, untiring work and constant watchfulness are expressed by the wise gardener.

A gardener's work with young plants furnishes us with thoughts that are applicable to the work of the Sunday school. Does not every teacher try with great solicitude and love to nurse and cultivate the seedlings of good in the thoughts of his pupils? Does he not provide them with needed knowledge regarding God and the real man?

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Practical Demonstration
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