Apparently, that's how Johnny found out that the little "homemaker" Sunday school course wasn't on how to build houses.
Oh, I'm sorry, young lady; you can only check out one volume of the Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit series at a time. There is such a high demand for those among our patrons.
We need to do contamination inspection before we go into Sunday School. Suzy, good. Becky, good. Johnny, I know you're the only boy but you have got to stave off the screamo music, go to the detox room. Oh, Jenny, I see you've been hanging out with Johnny. And you listened to Driscoll's Song of Songs series this week. You go detox, too.
For good measure First Baptist of Freeville makes super-super sure that their children had prayed the sinner's prayer at least once.
Susan was shocked to learn that they didn't have a copy of Charnocks's "The Existence and Attributes of God" for checkout.
The librarian watched in shock as the child expounded Ephesians 1 for her from memory.
The librarian had never heard of a small book that had recently been published by a Mr. Eddie Eddings, Jon Cardwell and Jeff Peterson.
MaryAnn B. Bookish could not believe her ears. Young Sally May Jobs was telling her that one day people will read books on small handheld electronic devices. She even said these "tablets" could hold whole libraries worth of books. My, you could have your KJV 1611 Bible and all your commentaries in your purse! Ms. Bookish was certain it would be the death of discernment and theology.