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Let's Teach Expectancy
Pupils in our Sunday Schools should expect results now from what they are learning about Christian Science. Are we cultivating this expectancy?
An understanding of Christian Science should not he put aside for future years. Instead, it is an active force for good in the lives of those who hourly turn to it. Do our pupils know this? The teacher who expects immediate results from Christian Science transmits this attitude to his class.
A teacher's feeling toward his class may be: "How can I expect my pupils to apply Christian Science? They don't have any real problems now." But a skinned knee, a fall from a bicycle or a tree, danger on busy streets and crowded playgrounds, mounting pressures in schoolwork and social activities often seem overwhelming to pupils. And healing can be realized now from their unfolding understanding of Christian Science. We can teach them to pray, "Give us this day our daily bread" (Matt. 6:11), emphasizing "this day," and to approach each Sunday School class, each Lesson-Sermon, and each home assignment with the thought: This is meant for me. It ran help now!
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
The Light of the Star
JEANNE STEELY LAITNER
Divine Science, the Gift of God
CHARLOTTE T. MODLIN
THE REASON FOR JOY
"The simplicity that is in Christ"
JESSE B. LOEB
Recognizing Angel Visitants
PAUL AGNEW RANDALL
Truth's Unfailing Authority
HELEN H. DOW
Walking with Love
PATRICIA PLUMB WILSON
New Healing Concepts
Carl J. Welz
"Christ comes again"
William Milford Correll
When I first came into Christian Science,...
Bertha H. Farley
Our acquaintance with Christian Science...
Glen M. Warren
It is now about three and a half...
I wish to express my gratitude...
Jeannette Ewing Owens
I was brought up in an orthodox...
Words are inadequate to express...
I was suffering from a nervous...
Anna Lee Henry
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Robert T. Taylor, Esmé Wynne-Tyson