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Church of Christ
last ea Highway 19A-23
Across from KEA Building
Bob Rlgden, Minister
Phone GL t ISM
"SfMkiv Ike troth In Leva?
10:(XV a.m.?Bible Study.
11:00 a.m.?Worship Service.
7:30 p.m.?Evening service.
7:30 p.m.?Bible study.
7:43 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.?Radio
program, "Mid-week Bible Study."
9:00 to 0:15 a.m. ? Radio Pro
gram?"The Gospel of Christ" ?
Radio Station WHCC.
You are invited to worship with
"The churches of Christ salute
you" Romans 16:16.
Victory Baptist Church
The Rev. John B. Willis, Jr., Paster
7:30 p.m. ? The Gospel Light
Hour over Radio Station WW1T?
Canton?970 on your dial.
9:45 a. m. ? Sunday School.
Claude Trantham, Supt., 1st and
11:00 a.m.?Sunlay School?2nd,
4th and 5th Sundays.
9:45 a.m.?Worship Service. Ser
mon by the pastor, 2nd, 4th and
7:30 p.m.?Prayer Services con
ducted by Rev. Rule Finger.
7:30 p.m.?Prayer Service.
7:30 p.m.?Bible study.
7:30 p.m.?Prayer services in a
North Hazelwood Baptist
The Itr. Avery Peek, Pastor
Sulphur Springs Road and Fair
11:00 ? Morning Worship. Ser
mon by the pastor.
Cottage Prayer Meeting each
Bible Study and Prayer Meet
ing led by the pastor every Wed
Pigeon Baptist Church
The Rev. P. C. Hicks, Pastor
10:00 a.m.?Sunday School. Hen
ry F. Teague, Superintendent.
11:00 a.m.?Preaching the sec
ond and fourth Sundays by the pas
7:30 p.m.?Training Union. The
Rev. Odie Fish, Director.
8:00 p.m.?Preaching the fifth
Sundays by the pastor.
7:30 p.m. ? Mid-week prayer
Riverside Baptist Church
IW Bct. rua Umu, Paator
7.30 (.-m-?Lesson Study lor
teachers taught by Lyun Cham
bers at homes to be announced.
10:00 a.m.?Sunday School. Paul
Erwin, Superintendent, in charge.
10:45 a.m.?Junior Choir sings.
Edgar Surnelle, director.
11:00 a.m.?Sermon by the pas
tor 2nd and 4th Sundays. Obser
vance of the Lord's Supper the
second Sunday of each quarter.
7:00 p.m.?'training Union, Edgar
Burnette, director, in charge. In
vitation to everyone is extended.
Training groups for all ages are
available. Also a Bible Class.
7:45 p.m.?Evening Worship 1st
and 3rd Sundays.
7:46 p.m. ? General Assembly
Program 2nd and 4th Sundays by
7:00 p.m. ?. Cottage prayer
meeting, at various homes.
7:00 p.m. ? Midweek prayer
meeting at the church. Pastor in
7:30 p.m.?Choir practice. Jun
ior Sorrells, Chorister.
9:00 a.m.?WMU Quilting. Mrs.
J. H. Reece, hostess. Covered dish
luncheon at the noon hour will be
Olivet Baptist Church
rbe Rev. John Willi*, Jr, Pastor
7:30 a.m. ? The Gospel Light
Hour. Radio station WW1T In
Canton, 970 on your dial.
9:15 a.m.?Sunday School. Wll
Ourn Setzer, Superintendent.
11 a.m.?Worship Service. Ser
mon by the pastor.
7 p.m.?BTU. James Rich, direc
8 p.m.?Worship Service. Mes
sage cy the pastor.
7:30 p.m.?Bible study and choir
7:30 p.m.?Teachers meeting.
7:30 p.m.?Prayer service In a
Old Folks Service each third
Sunday night at 8 o'clock.
The Christian And
Church Of Canton
"A Bible Church With A Christ
The Rev. David Richardson, Pastor
2:15 p.m.?Bible Study.
3:00 p.m.?Afternoon Service.
7:30 p.m.?Evangelistic Service.
Liberty Baptist Church
The Rev. D. D. Russell, Pastor
10:00 a.m. ? Sunday School.
Lloyd Teague, Superintendent.
11:00 *jn.?Sermon by pastor.
Everyone is cordially invited.
Parables on Prayer '
CHRIST EMPHASIZES PERSISTENCE AND HUMILITY
IN OUR PETITIONS
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
OUR LESSON opens with a
question from the Pharisees as to
when the kingdom of God should
come. Jesus answered that it
came "not with observation," that
is, that it would not come in such
a way that we could observe it
by external signs. They were not
to cry out that it is here or there,
for "the kingdom of God is with
in you." It is a present reality.
' Then briefly we must mention
Christ's prophesies of the time
when He will return. It will not
be a happy, moral time, and He
refers to the time of Noah in the
Old Testament when the earth
was flooded. There is also refer
ence to the time when Lot and
his wife fled the wicked city of
Sodom which was destroyed by
fire and brimstone. Of course, we
remember that Lot's wife when
she looked back at the city, a
often as it is needed. The judge
was heartless?fearing not God
nor man. God is love.
For "certain which trusted in
themselves that they were right
eous. and despised others." Christ
told the parable of the Pharisee
and the publican who went to
the temple to pray. The Pharisee
thanked God that he was not sin
ful like others. He fasted when
a fast was the order of the day;
he tithed his possessions. In fact,
he boasted of his virtues to the
Lord, who knows all hearts.
The publican dare not lift his
eyes to heaven, so, standing with
bowed head, he struck himself
upon his breast, saying, "God be
merciful to me, a sinner."
Which man was the more
worthy? Not the self-satisfled
Pharisee, but the publican who
confessed himself a sinner and
asked God to help him.
The last verses of our lesson
, MEMORY VERSE
"The effectual fervent prayer of a riykteous man availetk
thing she had been forbidden to
do. wss turned into s pillar of
"And He spake a parable unto
them to this end, that men ought
always to pray, and not to faint."
Doesn't that mean to us that
when we have problems that seem
too difficult to solve, instead of
, allowing them to overcome us,
we should pray for help and then
have faith that our heavenly
Father will help us to solve
Jesus then spoke a parable of
an unjust judge to whom a poor
widow came asking his help in
obtaining justice. At first the
judge would not listen to her, but
then he decided that he had bet
ter help her or she would wear
him out with her persistence. God
never wearies, but gives His help
to those who trust in Him as
tell the beautiful itory of the
mothers bringing their little chil
dren to Christ that He might just
touch them. The disciples rebuked
the mothers, probably thinking
that Jesus was too busy to be oc
cupied with these little ones, but
Jesus called them to Him and
said, "Suffer the little children to
come unto Me, and forbid them
not; for of such is the kingdom
"Verily I say unto you. Whoso
ever shall not receive the king
dom of God as a little child shall
in no wise enter therein."
So, little children, pray to the
Lord when your childish minds
are troubled, and He will help
you, even as He aids your par
ents and all the men and women
who call upon Him. Jesus set us
an example of prayer. He prayed
often, sometimes all night.
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BIRTH OF AN ANGEL 1
They call her an angel of mercy. And they mean it! Just ask
the ones who have depended on her in a time of fear and pain.
How did she become an angel of mercy? Was she born to be a
nurse ... or did she just happen to decide that would be a good
She decided. But she didn't just happen to decide! It grew
within her?this yearning to help others.
It began one' day in church school. Was it the lesson of the
Good Samaritan?or one of the others? The idea thrived on many
an inspiring sermon. Then one day it became a conviction . . .
something to pray about ... to plan for.
Today she is a wonderful nurse. Tomorrow she'll be a loving
wife ... an understanding mother. You see, she's not unusual,
this girl. She is simply a girl whose Church helped her find God's
challenge in her life.
THE CHURCH FOR ALL . r.
ALL FOR THE CHURCH
. The Church is the greatest factor on earth lor
the building of character and good citizenship.
It is a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a |
strong Church, neither democracy nor civilization
can survive. There are four sound reasons why
every person should attend services regularly
and support the Church. They are: (1) For his ||
own sake (2) For his children's sake. (3) For the ^
sake of his community and nation. (4) For the 3
sake of the Church itself, which needs his moral 3
and material support. Plan to go to church regu* 1
larly and read your Bible daily. ,1
Day Book Chuntet Vert as 4<*
Sunday..............t realms 130 1-t
I Monday... Psalma S7 1 T
Turaday Matthew 20 tO-lS Vi
Wtdnasday.... Matthew 28 I8-SS J~|
Thursday ....Mark 10 SS 41
Friday John IS 12 tt
Saturday Hebrews IS 1-8
Allison Construction Co., Inc.
? Asphalt Paring ?
Balaam M. Dial GL 8-5621
Allison & Duncan Oil Co.
Dbtrllmton of Phillip* 66
DM GL 6-3921 Huelwood
1mm of Better Valaea"
The Book Store
Haywood Typewriter Co.
Di?l PL or GL 6-6830
"Sqwritr Cleaning ud Preaelnf"
Cktitk * Mantmaerr Sin, Dial GL 8-1871
Charles Shell Service
Dijrtol Thorubrrd Tire*
Dial GL UU1 Haselwood. N. C.
OtMN ? CkarHe Woodait
.Hi ?! William ?
W. B. Dillard's
Builder's Supply & Hardware Co.
"Complete Line of Building Materials"
Main at Academy Dial GL 6-M4S
"Dealers in Quality Seeds"
Feeds - Fertilisers ? Insecticides
Asheville Rd. Dial GL ?-51?5
Farmers Hardware and Supply Co.
"Quality and Service At Reasonable Prices"
Depot Street Dial GL 6-8169
Firestone Home & Auto
Bill Cobb Dial GL ? 3071
"Something from the Jeweler'* I*
Always Something Special"
Garrett Furniture Co., Inc.
Dial GL 6-5325
Haywood Builders Supply Co.
"Where There Is A Material Difference"
Depot Street Dial GL t-MSl
Haywood County Farmers Cooperative
? Feeds, Seeds, Fertiliser ?
216 Depot Street Dial GL 6-8621
Atheville Road GL 6-4666
Haywood Esso Distributor, Inc.
? Heating Oils ?
Day Phone GL 6-5056 Night Phone GL 6-8273
R. R. Kibbe, Jr., Consignee
ftxu Patroieura Product*
Furnace Oil, Crystallte, Gasoline, Motor Oils
Railroad St. Dial GL 6-4591
Moody Rulane Gas Service
"for Dependable Gas Service"
902 N. Main Dial GL 6-5071
Penland Brothers Refrigerator Co.
Sale* and Service
"Everything in Commercial Refrlreratiem"
Dial GL (-5213 Wall Street
Red Wing Gift Shop
Gift ill Decorative Accessories
Costume Jewelry - Greeting Cards
MS N. Mala St.
Rogers Electric Company
Sales and Service of All Electrical Appliances
437 Main St Dial GL MSS1
Smoky Mtn. Self-Service Grocery
Balsam Road Dial GL #-(M9
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208 Haywood St Dial GL HtU
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lid Miller Street Dial GL MH1