Proverbs 22:6 “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.”
Now, the Lord bless you. And we start right in on the Word this morning. Now, first before this little drama, I thought for the mothers and the little kiddies… And they’ll probably hear me ’cause this thing has got quite a voice. And I’m going to give a little drama, because I been noticing now my services, sometimes dramas help out a whole lot. Don’t you think so? The little fellows understand it better. I’m looking at a couple little bright-eyed boys setting, looking at me now, which will be men of tomorrow if there is a tomorrow. 46 And now before we have any drama, or anything else that’s going on in church, it must have the Bible background. Amen. It must be the Bible background….
I see our little ones are coming out now, and for this story this morning that we’re going to give. Now, you little boys and girls, if you can, as many as wants to, come right up here in front. We got five or six empty seats. If you’d like to come right up here, we’d be glad to have you. You’re just coming in in time for the little drama out here.
56-0513 – Teaching On Moses
Rev. William Marrion Branham
Have the Sunday school before the preaching service. And that gives a chance for the little fellows who attend Sunday school to dismiss their classes. And if–and if they want… The little fellows don’t understand it; they have to set all the way through the preaching service and then have Sunday school, the little fellows are wore out. Let the Sunday school be first; have a set time, just at one set time that Sunday school goes to session. Sunday school superintendent is supposed to see to that, that that Sunday school goes to session at a certain time, set time. And it’s dismissed at a certain time.
A big portion of the youth and married believers (5-40 yrs) have passed through Sunday school under Bro Haris.
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