God^s Way Is Best
St. John 15:1-8
I am the true vine, and my
Father is the husbandman.
2. Every branch in me that
beareth not fruit he taketh away:
and every branch that beareth
fruit, he purgeth it, that it may
bring forth more fruit.
3. Now ye are clean through the
word which I have spoken unto you.
4. Abide in me, and I in you. As
the branch canot bear fruit of it
self, except it abide in the vine; no
more can ye, except ye abide in
5. I am the vine, ye are the
branches: He that abideth in me,
and I in him, the same bringeth
forth much fruit: for without me ye
can do nothing.
6. If a man abide not in me, he
is cast forth as a branch, and is
withered; and men gather them,
and cast them into the fire, and
they are burned.
7. If ye abide in me, and my
words abide in you, ye shall ask
what ye will, and it shall be done
8. Herein is my Father
glorified, that ye bear much fruit;
so shall ye be my disciples.
If things were lovely all the time
And all out days were good,
We never could appreciate
God’s blessing as we should
Then let’s rejoice that there are
When shadows cloud our day.
And thank the Lord that He
Some things for which we pray.
For had He given all we sought
If could have brought us woe;
And thus, we would have lost the
That Gk)d would have us know.
We need to know the blessedness
Of victory over wrong
For after overcoming trials,
We sing a sweeter song!
“The ways of the Lord are right.”
Do You Know?
Schedule of Events
Tuesday and Thursday at 8:00-
BSM Choir rehearsal-Upendo
Wednesday at 7:00-UCF Bible
Study-Craige Rec. Room
Friday at 5:00-Instrumental
Practice-Upendo, at 6:30-UCF
Sunday at lliOO-Oiurch Services
Thursday at 7:00-159 Ehringhaus
Who in the book of Judges saw an
angel and thought it was God?
Where in the New Testament God
is called the Unknown God?
Who’s filthy robes were changed
for clean ones?
1. Manoah, Sampson’s father.
Judges 13: 20-23
2. Acts 17:23 (the explanation of
this error is found in versus 22-28 of
the same chapter!)
3. Joshua’s robes were changed.
Zechariah 3: 1-7
Praise the Lord! Anyone with
any ideas for the Fellowship page
of the Black Ink, please feel free to
submit them. This page is an outlet
for those who love the Lord to give
Him praise. Any contributions of
ideas can be brought to the BSM
office in suite B of the Union and
placed in the envelope marked
‘Copy’ which is on the bulletin
board. If it is more convenient you
can bring your contributions to 1051
James Dorm. We would prefer that
your contributions be typed double
The Bread of Life Ministry will
be holding it’s fall revival the week
of November 13 through 17 in First
Baptist Church, Chapel Hill.
Parents Day will be held in
Upendo on December 3 (Sunday).
Please feel free to invite your
parents and family and friends to
worship with you and us on this
Sunday especially but also at any
The puzzle printed on the
Fellowship page in September 29th
issue of the Black Ink was
misprinted. One line was printed
twice. We offer our apologies for
the mistake. Sorry, Delphine.
The Sunshine Will Show
With each day’s new dawning
If you just stop and pray
“God please walk with me as
I go through the day”
You’ll find that it’s easier
to smile as you go.
Through life’s petty cares
the sunshine will show.
For the day is the Lord’s
all that’s within
And you’ll find it’s full of joy
When you spend it with Him.
-Submitted by Denise Phillips
Soul Disco Train
(Continoed from page 2)
Although we didn’t get their last names,
Pasco and Cloleen (a white couple) took
first place convincingly. Pasco would
niake a good John Travolta. Second place
went to Bobby Best and Brenda Chavis.
Third place went to National Achievement
student Gail Paschall, a senior in high
school from Macclesfield, N.C. and her
partner (whose name we could not get).
However, the funkiest act of the night
came from Black Ink Sports Eklitor James
Alexander (Freak Master) and Co. TTie
crowd gathered near the stage as
Funadelic went wiW to the tune of “One
NatiMi Under a Groove”. Someone from
the crowd passed a joint (or not a joint,
that is the question) to one of the mock
band members and the funk rolled, and
rolled and rolled . ..
To say that Zilla (Alexander), Tick Moss
(Johnny Southerland), Baby Sinister
(David Joyner), Tyron Avent, James
Speight, Daryl Henderson, James Home,
and Andre Holston got oS would be a gross
Indeed, they were so good, they had to
fulfill a request to do an encore while
“Funk, Gettin Ready to Roll” was played.
TTie show, which grossed over $400, drew
more students than any BSM-sponsored
event in recent years. It will enable the
BSM to make its (625 loan payment on
The entire evening was adequately
epitomized by Pennington. “I was really
pleased”, he said^ “We did it 60 inex-
,peosively;ant the people worked so hard.