Excerpt from Sermons to Children
Instead of imitating the venders of sugar-coated pills, by calling his little book by a more appetizing title than it can properly claim, the writer has pre ferred to send it forth in its true character as Ser mons to Children.
Several years ago he began to deliver familiar dis courses to the younger portion of his ﬂock, setting apart the first Sunday night in each month for the purpose. The full evening service is always used, with simple chants, In which the children are taught to join. Learned theologians may laugh at the shal lowness of these sermons, and the fastidious be shocked at the lack of good taste in them, but the author is content to know that a large church is crowded whenever the Children's Sermons are preached, and that young and old have derived profit from them.
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