The indwelling of Christ is a thought particularly fit for the children, because their large faith does not stumble at the mystery, their imagination leaps readily to the marvel, that the King Himself should inhabit a little child's heart.
The peculiar value of geography lies in its fitness to nourish the mind with ideas and furnish the imagination with pictures.
Imagination does not stir at the suggestion of the feeble, much diluted stuff that is too often put into childrens hands.
Let children have tales of the imagination, scenes laid in other lands and other times; heroic adventures, hairbreadth escapes, delicious fairy tales, even where it is all impossible, and they know it, and yet they believe.
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