After our various duties we assembled in the new Auditorium at Hananeel. Away from the other buildings and situated on a little hill, it was a lovely restful spot. Mr. Daniel Fuchs led our morning devotions with songs and a helpful message from Psalm 121, which we had chosen for the children to learn during their camp visit.
It was a joy to hear these girls memorizing the beautiful verses of this Psalm and repeating it many times through the day. After devotions we separated, and the counselors took their special group to some quiet nook for the morning Bible lesson. We had decided to have as our Bible lessons, stories illustrating the Names of God. Many of the children only look upon God as their Heavenly Father, but our aim was to show Him as our Creator, Master, Judge, Captain, Healer, etc., with the final lesson that Jesus is the Messiah. We can happily say that the children were intensely interested in the Bible lesson each day, asking questions which proved their desire to know more of God.
Questions from the very smallest children were a surprise, for they showed much spiritual insight, and without question they all knew the way of Salvation perfectly — that Jesus the Messiah died for their sins and their only hope was in believing this with all their heart.