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į SUNDAY SCHOLARS' MAGAZINE,
Monthly Reward Book.
A Sunday School Teacher's New Year's Address
to his Children.
Wilt thou not from this time cry unto me, My father, thou art the
guide of my youth? JEREMIAH iii. 4, THE beginning of a new year affords me a new opportunity to invite you, my dear children, to begin a life of holy obedience to the will of God, or to set out afresh in that good path, if you have already begun to walk therein.
In the words which I have read, our heavenly Father himself speaks to you, and I hope you will listen to his kind and condescending call. He speaks to you of the guidance of your future life, because he knows that children cannot guide themselves. He graciously offers to be himself your teacher; and entreats that you will from this time cry, that is pray earnestly, to him to be your father and the guide of your youth.
You may not yet have considered how much youth want a guide; how ignorant you are; and how ‘ready every child is to fall into evil, and to injure both his body and his soul.
You have often seen a little child fall into mischief by running away from its parents; and most of you still need to be warned against the common dangers of life, and to have it said