The atmosphere of our Sunday schools
Sunday School Union, 1884 - 16 sider
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abundance accomplish affection atmosphere attention beauty become believe birds bitter bless breast bright charged child Christian Class cloth comes companions difference difficulties disappear discussion dull earnestness enter enthusiasm equality Example exist face feel fellow felt flame flowers fresh FULL give graceful hard hearts higher human Illustrations importance impossible individual inspired interested Jesus judged labour lack least Lessons Limp live LONDON look Lord Management manner Master mind moral mother mutual nature never once painted peace places plain pleasant poor possession possible prayer Preparation pure quiet rest result reverence scholars Scripture smile somehow speak spirit Strive Suggestions Sunday School Sunday School Teachers sure taste teachers teaching Thine things Thou ugliness understand voice W. H. GROSER walls wholly workhouse young
Side 13 - Whoso has felt the Spirit of the Highest Cannot confound nor doubt Him nor deny: Yea, with one voice, O, world, though thou deniest, Stand thou on that side, for on this am I.
Side 15 - BIRDS have their quiet nest, Foxes their holes, and man his peaceful bed ; All creatures have their rest, — But Jesus had not where to lay His head.
Side 11 - Love suffereth long, and is kind; love envieth not; love vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up, doth not behave itself unseemly, seeketh not its own, is not provoked, taketh not account of evil; rejoiceth not in unrighteousness, but rejoiceth with the truth; beareth all things, believeth all things, hopeth all things, endureth all things.
Side 16 - O Jesus most desired ! And heart for heart the gift shall be, For Thou my soul hast fired : Thou hearts alone wouldst move, Thou only hearts dost love ; I would love Thee as Thou lov'st me, O Jesus most desired...
Side 16 - O Love, Who once in time wast slain, Pierced through and through with bitter woe ; O Love, Who wrestling thus didst gain That we eternal joy might know ; O Love, &c.
Side 13 - Rending his bosom, for a god was in it, Waking the seed, for it had burst in flame. So even I athirst for His inspiring, I who have talked with Him forget again, Yes, many days with sobs and with desiring Offer to God a patience and a pain ; Then through the mid complaint of my confession, Then through the pang and passion of my prayer, Leaps with a start the shock of His possession, Thrills me and touches, and the Lord is there.
Side 13 - ... sprung;— he, I suppose, with such a care to carry, wandered disconsolate and waited long, smiting his breast, wherein the notes would tarry, chiding the slumber of the seed of song: then in the sudden glory of a minute airy and excellent the proem came, rending his bosom, for a god was in it, waking the seed, for it had burst in flame. So even I athirst for His inspiring, I who have talked with Him forget again, yes, many days with sobs and with desiring, offer to God a patience and a pain;...
Side 13 - I come closer still ; never more intimately than thus could embrace that vanished beauty." It is the fusion of Hellenic beauty with Christian emotion which gives to Myers's St. Paul its peculiar charm, as in these often quoted and justly admired verses : Lo as some bard on isles of the Aegean Lovely and eager when the earth was young, Burning to hurl his heart into a paean, Praise of the hero from whose loins he sprung ; — He, I suppose, with such a care to carry, Wandered disconsolate and waited...