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The Unfolding Life

Auhtor: Antoinette Abernethy Lamoreaux Et Al

Language: english

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Review by Michael Gallagher, October 2008


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'The Unfolding Life':

... and sin, And leave all his innocent boyhood within? Ah, what if they should, because you and I, While the days and the months and the ...
... enter its period of storm and stress, in step with Jesus Christ. APPLICATION TO SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK Sunday School work during Adolescence ...
... unto himself. Ideals which make the good of others first, enter into conflict with childish ideals which made personal gain first. A new impulse to ...
... of His gracious dealing with every doubting heart, and ought to be the perpetual model for every one who attempts to give help at this time. When ...
... the perfect whiteness. There are tendencies away from God as well as toward Him, and these are not the result of environment. Environment will cultivate ...
... religious environment mote effective in influencing character than a harmful, permanent one, is the Divine. A church building or a Sunday School ...
... easily secure the straight trunk of the mature tree in the yielding sapling. The law is just as true when it touches human life. The trend of any possibility ...
... is physical activity, manifesting itself largely in restlessness. The nervous force which later will be used in complex mental processes, now ...
... put away in the brain, to reappear later. We must soon be careful what we do before the baby, says the mother who half grasps the connection ...
... with them, causes and ends and the age-long mystery of origins. Passing by reluctantly any further discussion of this most fascinating subject ...
... supplied for its use. The two great sources of this material are every day experiences and the story. The meaning of these experiences to the ...
... 6. Immediate and frequent recall. The Unfolding Life CHAPTER IV. THE PERIOD OF EARLY CHILDHOOD-Concluded THE FEELINGS ...
... If expression is denied to the feeling, it tends to die out, and continual repression means a lessening either in power to act or power to feel. ...
... to change their position frequently. The separation will also remove the temptation for curiosity to obtain satisfaction through roving eyes. ...
... ACTIVITY Though the restlessness of the preceding period is still in evidence, more and more activity is becoming purposeful and willed. ...
... Of course, he hastily added, as a significant expression appeared on their faces, no boy here would be mean enough to do such a thing, but ...
... of life, pre-eminently, yet habits of Christian activity must be begun during these earlier years. The children in this department are not too young ...
... flame of hero worship is fed from two sources-the life of some one near to the child and the passionate delight in reading which characterizes the years ...
... and choosing. The seriousness as well as the value of a habit lies in its tenacity. No harder task ever confronts a life than to break up one ...
... and roll of honor will aid in securing the desired work along this and other lines. Systematic and careful training in habits of Christian ...