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YOUNG PERSONS, &c.
LESSONS 'UPON SOME OBJECTS
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The above little work is especially designed for the poor and affilicted : but all-parents and children-rich and poormight find the benefit of daily selecting one text or portion of Scripture, as the peculiar subject of prayer and meditation. While we allow the advantage of this simple method, is it not to be feared we too often practically neglect it?-Young persons should be encouraged by their Instructors early to form a habit which will be invaluable in after life.
Instruction during a Walk
The mode of instruction which we have ventured to suggest in the former parts of this little work, may, we conceive, be applied with advantage, to the consideration of outward objects, chiefly in the natural creation.
The senses are the medium of our communication with this world : during our early years, the operations of the mind through the senses, constitute the most active part of our being. Children will use their senses; their little hands, eyes, and ears, constantly exercise themselves upon surrounding objects. A Christian Parent or Instructor will desire that every object may be a means of leading the child to God, instead of drawing him from God : the child should first be directed what objects to