In this lesson we look at some common misunderstandings about the church that Christ promised to build and try to clear them up.
10 LITTLE CHRISTIANS
10 little Christians standing in line,
1 disliked the preacher, and then there were 9.
9 little Christians stayed up very late,
1 overslept Sunday, and then there were 8.
8 little Christians on their way Heaven,
1 took the low road and then there were 7.
7 little Christians chirping like chicks,
1 disliked the singing, and then there were 6.
6 little Christians seemed very much alive,
but 1 lost his interest and then there were 5.
5 little Christians pulling for Heaven's Shore,
but one stopped to rest; and then there were 4.
4 littleChristians each busy as a bee,
1 got his feelings hurt, and then there were 3.
3 little Christians knew not what to do,
1 joined the sporty crowd, and then there were 2.
2 little Christians, our rhyme is nearly done,
differed with each other, and then there was 1.
1 little Christian can't do much it's true;
Brought his friend to Bible study—and then there were 2.
Earnest Christians, each won one more,
that doubled the number, and then there were 4.
4 sincere Christians worked early and late,
each won another, and then there were 8.
8 desirous Christians, if they doubled as before,
in just so many Sundays,we'd have 1,024.
In this little jingle, there is a lesson true;
You belong either to the building up or to the wrecking crew.
Articles from our bulletin. Mostly written by James Pasley, our preacher and Sunday's Sermons.