The Sunday School Speaker; Or, Exercises for Anniversaries and Celebrations, Consisting of Addresses, Dialogues, Recitations, Bible Class Lessons, Hymns, Etc., Adapted to the Various Subjects to Which Sabbath School Efforts Are Directed
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The Sunday School Speaker; Or, Exercises for Anniversaries and Celebrations, Consisting of Addresses, Dialogues, Recitations, Bible Class Lessons, Hymns, Etc., Adapted to the Various Subjects to Which Sabbath School Efforts Are Directed  (English, Paperback, John Kennaday)

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  • Language: English
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • ISBN: 9780217373715, 0217373712
  • Edition: 2009
  • Pages: 130
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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: ADDRESS BY A BOY. THE ADVANTAGES OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. Respected Audience— The recurrence of our Sabbath school celebration, places upon me the responsibility of addressing you. This is a duty, I am well aware, which might be assigned to older and to abler hands than mine, and in the discharge of which might be employed, the pen of the most ready writer, and the tongue of the most eloquent pleader, as the Sabbath school is a cause over which angels rejoice, and which God has sealed with an approbation so decided, that no time can obliterate its traces from the globe. Millions of the children of our world are this day reposing under this vine and fig-tree, none daring to molest them or make them afraid. Of the tens of thousands of the happy Sunday school children of our own Columbia, we this day c-'-1- .er this vine, and come with you ir " vintage to pluck and eat its 'ness. Sitting with you in this e are each constrained to exclaim, he brought me " to Ms banqueting house, and his banner over me was love." "All thy children shall be taught of the Lord, and great shall be the peace of thy children," is a prophetic sentiment, and replete with the indications of Divine mercy to childhood. As it is our privilege to enjoy the realization of this glorious promise, it should be our happiness to utter the expressions of our most fervent gratitude. I should, I am sensible, prove unfaithful to my duty, and act unworthily as the representative of these children, should I allow this occasion to pass without encouraging, in some humble degree, those who in this arduous work render us the objects of their prayerful toil. There are times, no doubt, when the instability of childhood renders apparent the difficulties of your work. It is not, however, upon the present, merely...
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  • 2009
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  • John Kennaday
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