Tag Archives: Sunday School

Wilted Roses

A Sunday School teacher asked young Mary to believe in Jesus as Savior. Mary answered, “No, I don’t want to become a Christian right now. I’m young. I want to have a good time. When I get old, then I’ll … Continue reading

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The Third Suit

Here’s a story that plays off my previous post about the original Sunday Schools. In one of Scotland’s manufacturing towns, a young lady applied to the superintendent of a Sunday School and asked for a class. He advised her to … Continue reading

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Those Children of Israel

In Sunday School one morning little Joey raised his hand to ask a question that had been on his mind for some time. His conversation with the teacher went like this: Joey: “Sir, there’s something I just can’t figure out.” Teacher: “Alright, Joey, … Continue reading

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