A LESSON FROM THE SIXTH COMMANDMENT

[Of Special Interest to Children]

It was Saturday evening, and Scott's father and mother had left him with his grandmother while they made a call. Grandmother always enjoyed Scott's visits because it gave them an opportunity to talk about the week's happenings and to share with each other the spiritual unfoldment that each was having. For, you see, Scott and his grandmother were both students of Christian Science, and both went to the Christian Science Sunday School. Grandmother taught a class, and Scott was a pupil in another class.

Scott's class was now learning the importance of Moses' rule (Deut. 5:1), "Hear, O Israel, the statutes and judgments which I speak in your ears this day, that ye may learn them, and keep, and do them." So that was what Scott had to do: learn the Commandments, keep the Commandments, and do the Commandments.

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