True Concept of Children

[From a Sunday School teacher in England]

On being appointed to teach in the Sunday School I felt uncertain as to my ability to do the work, not having had any experience in teaching children.

The first two Sundays were difficult. The pupils fidgeted, looked around at the other classes, and grinned at one another. They seemed to take little interest in the lesson, and I felt a sense of opposition instead of receptivity to the things of the Spirit, which robbed the work of joy and satisfaction.

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