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The habit of praise in children’s devotions

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A Charlotte Mason Moment:

“Perhaps we do not attach enough importance to the habit of praise in our children’s devotions. Praise and thanksgiving come freely from the young heart; gladness is natural and holy, and music is a delight.”

(Home Education by Charlotte M. Vol. 3, p. 143)

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