Dr. Smith. She says that Dr. Smith was known for his elaborate object lessons. One particular day,
Sally walked into the seminary and knew they were in for a fun day. On the wall was a big target,
and on a nearby table were many darts. Dr. Smith told the students to draw a picture of someone
that they disliked or someone who had made them angry, and he would allow them to throw darts
at the person's picture. Sally's friend drew a picture of a girl who had stolen her boyfriend. Another
friend drew a picture of his little brother. Sally drew a picture of a former friend, putting a great
deal of detail into her drawing, even drawing pimples on the face. Sally was pleased with the
overall effect she had achieved. The class lined up and began throwing darts. Some of the students
threw their darts with such force that their targets were ripping apart. Sally looked forward to her turn,
and was filled with disappointment when Dr. Smith, because of time limits, asked the students to
return to their seats. As Sally sat thinking about how angry she was because she didn't have a
chance to throw any darts at her target. Dr. Smith began removing the target from the wall.
Underneath the target was a picture of Jesus. A hush fell over the room as each student viewed
the mangled picture of Jesus; holes and jagged marks covered His face, and His eyes were pierced.
Dr. Smith said only these words, "In as much as ye have done it unto the least of these my brethren,
ye have done it unto Me." Matthew 25:40 No other words were necessary; the tears filled eyes of the
students focused only on the picture of Christ.