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Words of Truth and Love.

Words of Truth and Love.

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Published by GLENN DALE PEASE
CHILDREN'S SERMONS


REV. WILLIAM S. PLUMER, D.D.
CHILDREN'S SERMONS


REV. WILLIAM S. PLUMER, D.D.

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Published by: GLENN DALE PEASE on Nov 16, 2013
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WORDS OF TRUTH AD LOVE.CHILDRE'S SERMOSREV. WILLIAM S. PLUMER, D.D. COTETS. PAGK I. The Holy Child Jesus 5 II. Cain and Abel 12 III. ames given to the Wicked 19 IV. ames given to the Righteous 25 V. How you may know a child 31 VI. Children should know the Scriptures 37 VII. Faith in Christ 44 VIII. A Visit to my Old Home 51 IX. Do all the good you can 60 X. The child that was ready to perish 65 XL Meroh, the African '^3 3
 
4 COTETS. PAQB XII. Let poor boys be of good courage 83 XIII. A ride in the pine woods 91 XIV. Money 101 XV. Rules for Children 108 XVI. The Angels. They take care of Children 114 XVII. Counsels for Children 120 WORDS OF TRUTH AD LOVE. I. THE HOLY CHILD JESUS, Jesus Cheist was the only child ever born that did not have a sinful nature. It is very fit, therefore, that pious men should call him the holy child Jesus. Acts iv. 27. The angel who foretold his birth to Mary said, ''That holy thing which shall be born of thee shall be called the Son of God." Luke i. 35. From the first, Christ's whole nature was pure. He never sinned. In childhood, youth and manhood he was holy. While he was yet a suckling, he had Christian graces in ex- ercise, Ps. xxii. 9. He never had one wicked
 
feeling. He cherished no sinful thought. He never spoke an evil word. He never did 1 * 5 6 WORDS OF TRUTH AD LOVE. a wrong act. The longer he lived, the more did he prove his spotless purity. He grew in favour with God and man. Luke ii. 52. Let us note some things. I. Jesus Christ was always true. He lied to no one. He deceived no one. He made up no stories to amuse or mislead mankind. He was truth itself. Other children go astray as soon as they are born, speaking lies, Ps. Iviii. 3. So strong is this bias that it requires all the wisdom of good parents to check it. But Jesus loved truth and hated every false way. II. Jesus Christ was just He wronged no one. His thoughts were just. His w^ords were just. His deeds were just. Though Lord of all, he was willing to live and die poor, rather than to seem to claim that which was not his own. He never cheated any one. He often gave up his own rights. He never made others give up their rights for him. If all the world were as just as Jesus Christ was, there would be a speedy end of all strife. III. Jesus Christ was hi7id. His heart THE HOLY CHILD JESUS. 7

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