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My Voyage on the Blood Line: Lesson Plans for the Teacher
My Voyage on the Blood Line Lesson Plans for the Teacher Author:H. A. Maxfield Preface — A few years ago, the author of this book, having been qualified to train the intellectual faculty of children, was called by God to impart the "Good News" of salvation in an illustrated form. — During the years, while working with the children, she came to realize more and more that the enemy of God is making inroads upon the innocent (b... more »ut sinful) hearts of the children through two great avenues - the eye and the ear - by the multiplicity of alluring, but detrimental, instruments - picture palaces, concerts and cinemas. These are embellished with religious subjects to make them to be received with approbation by those who had been accustomed to attend churches, missions, etc. The atoning work of Christ through the shed blood on Calvary is often alluded to as "The slaughter-house religion."
She found, too, that schools, bearing the mien of Sunday Schools, are places where thinly-veiled atheism and other forms of skepticism are inculcated, inducing lawlessness, and destroying regard for all authority in home, church and state.
These digressions from the true Gospel (1 cor. 15:1-4) aroused the author to the formation of a course that appeals through those very avenues, that are being used for the conveyance of evil, for the imparting of good. Hence, the course called "A Voyage on the Blood Line" is the result; any many children have been brought to the knowledge of sins forgiven by the instruction which they can so readily perceive: that "There is one cord of truth which the Holy Spirit strikes with emphasis in the Word of God, and that is redemption by the blood" (1 Peter 1:18-21). This is the objective of this course.
A VOYAGE ON THE BLOOD LINE is made up in the form of an imaginary boat trip, stopping at ports, then taking "Excursions" to places of sacrifice through the Bible that point toward the all-atoning Cross on Calvary, and on into the Celestial City« less