Notes of Infant Class Sunday-School Lessons

Notes of Infant Class Sunday-School Lessons

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1885 edition. Excerpt: Jesus. Application.--Jesus does not like to see any suffer. He saw her tears--sees ours now, though in heaven--knows just what we feel--has had troubles like ours of His own. Is anyone unkind to you?--people sought continually to kill Him, even when a baby--they beat Him, laughed at Him. Have you pain?--think of His body sore with beating--thorns pricking His head--nails in His hands and feet. Are you poor?--He had not where to lay His head. Are you troubled because Satan tries to make you do wrong?--how cruelly he tempted Jesus. Have you lost a mother or sister?--when Lazarus died, Jesus wept--when He met the funeral He asked, "What is the matter?" He asks you. Saw last Sunday we might tell him all--not only hears, but has felt. He said to the woman, "Weep not," and made her happy--so He will wipe away your tears, and make you happy. Jesus is our Shepherd, wiping every tear, Folded in His bosom what have we to fear I Only let us follow whither He doth lead, To the thirsty desert, or the dewy mead. SUNDAY AFTER ASCENSION-DAY. Christ's Ascension.--Acts i. 6--11. Leading Thought: --Work for God. Text: --Mark xvi. 15. "Go ye into all the world, and preach the Gospel to every creature." Introduction.--You all like going for a long walk--with father or mother, &c.--walk by them, talk to them, &c. 1. Jesus Last Words.--I will tell you of some men out walking with someone they loved very much--wonderful sight--walking along country road, talking--friend very wise--teaching them--come to a mountain---very high--there they rest--very sorrowful--friend telling them He must leave them--tries to comfort them--will not leave them alone--will send another friend to stay with them--begins to pray--spreads out more

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  • Paperback | 28 pages
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