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THE

SUNDAY-SCHOOL

WORKER

A MONTHLY MAGAZINE

FOR THE

Help and Encouragement of those engaged in this

branch of Christian Serbice.

Cast thy bread upon the waters: for thou shalt find it after many days.

Ecc. xi. 1.

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LONDON:
G. MORRISH, 20, PATERNOSTER SQUARE.

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A Workman that needeth not be ashamed..
Notes on Scripture : Matthew xxi. 12-22

xxi. 29-32
xxi. 33-46
xxii. 1-14.
xxii. 15-46
xxii. 1-33......
xxiii. 34-39
xxiv. 1-28.
xxiv. 29-51
xxy. 1-46..
xxvi, 1–75...
xxvii. 3-65

xxviii. 1-20
Hints on the Tabernacle and the Sacrifices
Illustrations ...
Type and Antitype
How can we secure Attention ?
The Library
Teachers' Hymn
Watchword for 1878
Hints on the Tabernacle and its Sacrifices.
Noies of a Teachers' Meeting
Notes of a Teachers' Meeting
Refractory Scholars
Seething a Kid.
“Do I now persuade Men or God ?”
Notes of a Teachers' Meeting..
How to secure Attention ..
My Plan in the Class
How to Teach
Study of the Words used in the Scripture..
Suggestive Lessons from the Book of Proverbs—i. 1-9

24

i. 10–33

ii. 1-6
In my Class
The Library
The Present Evil Age
Sunday-School Addresses
A Mediator not of One
Hints on the Tabernacle and its Sacrifices.
The Present Evil Age

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The Sunday-school Worker. .

A WORKMAN THAT NEEDETH NOT BE

ASHAMED.

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ANOTHER year has passed away, and our Lord has not yet returned. We have often been struck with that sudden transition, or rather beautiful combination in the last chapter of the Revelation) of our saying Come to the Lord Jesus, and then, almost in the same breath, turning to the poor thirsty one of this world and inviting him to come and take the water of life freely.

This again brings to mind the solemn fact that the answer to the Come' addressed to our Lord will hush the sound of our Come' to a perishing

• world, and will usher in that appalling scene that awaits an apostate Christendom.

But the day of grace still lingers on; and week after week gives the Sunday-school teacher one more opportunity to meet his scholars and tell them the good news of salvation.

Let us not faint, nor grow weary of our work of faith and labour of love. A little longer and these opportunities will be gone for ever. Oh that the love of Christ might constrain us—a love that many waters could not quench, and that endured to the end.

It is true, there is much to discourage us in the scholars, and our poor bodies, it may be, cry aloud for rest; but let us remember that there remaineth

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