THE CHRIST IN CHILDREN'S CHRISTMAS

Christ Jesus, whose birth is commemorated at Christmas, once said to his disciples (Matt. 19:14), "Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for of such is the kingdom of heaven." Discerning the need today for pure Christian education, devout parents and guardians of children will assist them to receive God's gift of the Christ, the right concept of being, with its healing and redeeming message.

Since there is no teaching so lasting as that received in early childhood and since the child thought is so receptive to the basic truths of Christianity, what greater gift could be given a child than to be guided into a demonstrable understanding of his spiritual selfhood as the reflection of God? The advent of this understanding is the new birth, which makes memorable the nativity of Jesus.

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