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[From a Sunday School teacher in a branch church]
The Sunday School teacher needs to understand true discipline. True discipline is divine order within. It comes of inward purposing and not from outward restraint. I have found that even the youngest pupils respond to this approach.
Harmony in children is normal. They love intelligently directed, purposeful activity when it is presented to them in an appealing way. This was proved to me when I was assigned to a primary class of the littlest ones. Heretofore during the assembly exercises they had talked, dropped Hymnals, moved their chairs about, and so on. Aware of the fact that true discipline is divine order in consciousness, I promptly enlisted their co-operation.
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