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With the Children on Sunday,
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Title: With the Children on Sunday
Through Eye-Gate and Ear-Gate into the City of Child-
Soul
Author: Sylvanus Stall
Release Date: May 12, 2010 [eBook #32355]
Language: English
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WITH THE CHILDREN
ON SUNDAYS
Through Eye-Gate and Ear-Gate
into the City of Child-Soul
Emblem
B y Sylvanus Stall, D. D.
Author of "What a Young Boy Ought to Know," "What
a Young
Man Ought to Know," etc., "Methods of Church Work,"
"Faces Toward the Light," etc., etc.———————
This book is published and sold exclusively in the
United States by
THE UPLIFT PUBLISHING COMPANY
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Copyright, 1911, BY SYLVANUS STALL.
Entered at Stationers' Hall, London, England.
Protected by International copyright in Great Britain
and all her
colonies, and, under the provisions of the Berne
Convention, in
Belgium, France, Germany, England, Spain,
Switzerland, Tunis,
Hayti, Luxembourg, Monaco, Montenegro and
Norway.
All rights reserved.
[PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES.]
COPYRIGHT, 1893, BY SYLVANUS STALL.
COPYRIGHT, 1896, BY SYLVANUS STALL.COPYRIGHT, 1907, BY SYLVANUS STALL.
———————
All the drawings and color-pictures in this took have
been specially prepared by C. M. Burd, of New York
City, for exclusive use in these pages. Each of these
has been copyrighted in the United States and
throughout Europe, and all copyright privileges are
reserved.
SYLVANUS STALL, D.D. SYLVANUS STALL, D.D.
DEDICATED
TO PARENTS AND CHILDREN WHO DESIRE
TO MAKE SUNDAY THE HAPPIEST AND MOST
IMPRESSIVE DAY OF THE WEEK.
CONTENTS
PA

GE.
Preface 9
Suggestions to Parents 17
1.
Oyster and Crab—Conscience 27

2.
Worm in the Apple—Sin in the Human Heart 33

3. Wayside Weeds and Garden Flowers—Negle
38
cted vs. Christian Children
4.4.
Nuts—God Means that We Must Work 46

5.
Banks—Gathered and Guarded Treasures 51

6.
Chart—Avoiding Dangers 56

7.
Anchor—Hope that Lays Hold of Christ 61

8.
Husks—The Disappointed Pleasure Seeker 66

9. Iron, Low Grade and High Grade—Character
75
and Worth
1
0. A Pocket Rule—How God Measures Men 81

1
The Magnet—Jesus the Great Drawing Powe
1. 86
r

1
2. Keys—How to Unlock the Human Heart 92

1
3. Traps—Unsuspecting Mice and Men 97

1
4. Bread—Universal Soul Hunger 102

1
5. The Stone—The Natural and Changed Heart 107

11
The Polished Stone—Perfection Through Suff
6. 112
ering

1
Ropes—Habits and How They Become Stron
7. 120
g

1
8. Watch and Case—Soul and Body 125

1
9. Pearls—One of Great Price 130

2
Coal and Wood—Jesus the Source of Spiritu
0. 135
al Light and Warmth

2
1. Lanterns—The Best Light for Our Path 140

2
Candles—How to Reflect, Obscure or Extingu
2. 145
ish the Light

2
3. A Broken Chain—Breaking the Whole Law 151

2
Looking-Glass—Seeing Ourselves in God's L
4. 156
aw

2
5. Rain—God's Wisdom and Power 161

26. Snow—Lessons Which it Teaches 168

2
7. Plastic Face—Character in the Countenance 174

2
Seeds—Thoughts, Word, Deeds,—Their Life
8. 179
and Perpetuity

2
9. Sowing—The Spring Time of Life 185

3
0. Reaping—The Harvest Time of Life 192

3
1. Wheat and Chaff—The Coming Separation 198

3
The Heart—The Most Wonderful Pump in the
2. 204
World

3
The Eye—The Most Valuable and Most Won
3. 210
derful Telescope

3
The Eye—Smallest Camera, Most Valuable P
4. 217
ictures

3
5. Frogs—The Plagues of Egypt 222

36. Blood—The Feast of the Passover 228

3
7. Pine Branch—The Feast of Tabernacles 234

3
8. Leaves—The Lessons Which They Teach 240

3
The Turtle—Man Like and Yet Unlike the Ani
9. 246
mals

4
Grasshopper and Ant—Negligence and Indus
0. 252
try

4
1. Balances—How God Weighs People 260

4
White and Charred Sticks—Good and Bad C
2. 267
ompany

4
3. Dogs—The Dogs of St. Bernard 272

4
4. The Camera—God's Picture Book 279

4
5. The Phonograph—Books that Talk 285

46. Magnet and Needle—God's Guiding Hand 290

4
7. Fish in Aquarium—The All-Seeing Eye of God 295

4
8. The Clock—Measuring Time 300

4
9. Plans—Living with a Purpose 307

5
The Christmas Tree—The Lessons Which It
0. 311
Teaches

5
Easter Sunday—The Resurrection of the Bod
1. 318
y

5
2. Crowns—We Are Children of the King 325

A Word to Parents 331
Press Notices 332
PREFACE.
SUNDAY ought to be the most cheerful, sunniest,
happiest and best day of the week in every home. In
most homes it is the dullest and most dreary day of
the week to the children, and the most taxing and the
most wearying to the parents, especially to the

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