THE SUNDAY SCHOOL

As sunlight through the window glassRests radiantly on every class—On children's faces, lifted, sweetAnd eager, as their lips repeatCommandment or Beatitude,Or testify their gratitudeFor healing, guidance, blessings sentFrom God, from Love omnipotent—So, to the teachers' prayerful thought,As words of light and truth are sought,Love lends a glow, effulgent, clear,To light the paths which, starting here,Lead on through years of active good.Love's tender father-motherhood,Reflected in each radiant face,Is seen in this illumined place.

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A WEEK OF UNIVERSAL PRAYER
January 15, 1955
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