Of course everything has been said that needs to be said — but since no one was listening, it has to be said again.
Anonymous, from Richard L. Evans’ Quote Book, p. 194
Good to remember, my hubby hates Sunday school and often asks me why he should bother with it. I figure that’s why he often gets callings that require him to be there 🙂
Sometimes it’s hard to listen to people preaching their own personal doctrine, or the people that make long comments completely unrelated to the topic, I know we’re not supposed to judge, but does that mean we have to enjoy the random not gospel related tangents? *sigh* I guess I’m just showing off my imperfections.
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AmberMae – I don’t think we have to enjoy the tangents, just be tolerant of them, and try not to initiate them. 😉 And, if a class member is preaching the doctrine according to ___, we can always counter that with another point of view. I did not love Sunday School until I taught it – and I still think I would love it more, if I could teach it again. Not that I’m that great of a teacher, but that I learn so much and get so excited about it when I am teaching it. I need to learn to have that same enjoyment in preparing for Sunday School and being in Sunday School, even when I am not teaching.
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