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i BY HAROLD L. LUNDQt'IST. P D
; Of Tiie Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.
J Released by Western Newspaper Union.
Lesson for February 18
i Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se
lected and copyrighted by International
Council of Religious Education; used by
TREASURES OF THE KINGDOM
| LESSON TEXT—Matthew 13:44-48: 14:13-
I GOLDEN TEXT—Every Rood Rift and
• every perfect Rift ts from above, and com
j eth down from the Father of lights, with
| whom Is no variableness, neither shadow
I of turning.—James 1:17.
Hidden treasure!—there Is some
thing about it that catches our imag
inations and stirs our expectancy of
discovering great riches. Men are
constantly going on expeditions to
seek out lost treasure. Others are
engaged in study and research to
hrhig out r.-\v treasures in nature
or in the re..':n of learning or art.
Why r. ! stir ur> a little excite
ment nlv.it •: unbelievably rich
treasure* \\h:ch are hid in Christ
and in • •> ' :'e of f.iith in Him' It
is not J-.' n. except to the eye of
unbelief, hut it is greatly neglected
and all but forgotten hv many.
The Scripture portions assigned
for our lesson are not as well adapted
to it as one could wish, but we may
make good use of them. We learn
I. The Tost of Redemption (13:44-
Undoubtedly the lesson committee
had in mind the usual interpretation
of these parables, which presents
the sinner as the one seeking the
treasure and giving up all that he
may have Christ.
While it is true that our redemp
tion Is worth more than anything
else in all the world and that the
Christian wou'd gladly set aside (or
would he" 1 * everything for Christ's
sake, yet '"at does not fulfill the
thought cf this parable. After all,
what h.i> a rr. rvr (whose own right
eousness is described in Scripture
as "filthy ra:;s") to sell in order to
obtain redemption"' And is it for
sale 0 (So? Kph. 2:81.
Obviouslv. we here have the Sa
viour with H;s all-seeing eve nnd
loving hear* noting in fallen human
ity the pearl of great price. His own
Church. He then gives up all the
glory He had with the Father,
comes to t' e earth, and even be
comes «in f r us that He may bring
us to Goj.
Salvati' n in Christ is no little
thing, r * something which was pur
chased with gold or silver, but with
the precious bloo 1 of Christ. We
ought to value it highly, and be
cause we ire ' ui':'t with such a
priee we o-isl t always to glorifv God
(I Cor. tv:^
If. The Ileart of Compassion (14: i
The One w 1- ' was wi!l : ng to die |
that tv■ 'iT' • 1 iv" eternal life '
was r t ::r.- .ir. ful t f their need of j
His mercy and gra e for their
daily ; blcms Jesus rot only d.ed |
t'-nt w-> ; ' t have re lemptinn from I
s.n. 1 ::t I!' 1 lived (ye«. nnd lives;
now!) with tender-hearted com
p:is> ' >n t nvard those in reed.
He vhi is the living Bread was
not willing that mt n should hunger
for their daily bread. The disciples
saw only mio solution—to send them
away, but Jesus said, "They need
, not depart."
One is fearful that the church has
been all too quick about sending the
needy away to some social agency
or community charity, when it
should have won their confidence by
its compassion, and then Vought
them to Christ.
Little is much when God is in it,
and by the divine touch of Jesus the
multitude was fed. Could we not
do far more for Christ if we would
only use t!« little we have, with
Tli= blessing, for the help of our
Iff. The Miracle of Provision (14:
We pray. "Give us this day our
daily bread," and it is only as God
provides it that we have it. He gives
life to the seed, and multiplies it
in rich harvest, and we eat, we
trust, with thankful hearts.
That is a miracle—so oft repeated
that we have lost a bit of the wonder
and glory of it. Here in the story
of the feeding of the five thousand
and more (v. 21) with five loaves
and two fishes, we have such a mira
( cle of provision taking the little and
i making it enough for the multitude.
The Lord may not work in exactly
I the same way today, but do not
| God's servants see Him multiply
; their meager store as they give it
| out in His name? That is true
j whether the gift be of material or
, spiritual things. God can and does
I bless those who trust Him. Letting
• what we have pass through the
hands of Christ results in transfor
mation and multiplication. Try it I
Men and women are value-con
scious in our day. While money is
i plentiful, goods of real quality are
scarce, and one must look for that
| which has durability and worth. The
I treasures which Christ offers are en
j during. He says, "Lay up for your
! selves treasures in heaven, where
neither moth nor rust doth corrupt,
! and where thieves do not break
through nor steal" (Matt. 6:20).
By contrast, "the things Satan of
fers are temporary. In a few years
most earthly honors and wealth
must be laid aside. But the treas
ures of the kingdom are treasures
which God intends that we should
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Sun's Weather Slutlietl in
Relation to That of Earth
Since 1041, a unique study to de
termine whether there is any con
nection between the weather of the
sun and that of the earth has been
carried on at Harvard's observa
tory near Climax, Colo., says Col
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corona taken during a natural
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Called the coronagraph, it
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masking screens, and automa
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