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OUR ONLY BOAST
•God forbid that I should .
boast, save in the cross of our
Lord Jesus Christ . . (Gal.
St Paul was once a proud Phari- i
rr>r smug in his self-righteousness,
in Phil 3:.->. 6 lie lists some of the
things in which he took such'pride:
Circumcised the eighth day, of
the stock of Israel, of the tribe of
Benjamin, an Hebrew of the He- .
Lrws, as touching the law. a
Pharisee: con.-err.ing zeal, per.se
ci ting the church; touching the !
righteousness which is in the law, ■
But everything was changed since
that day when the Lord appeared
to him on the road to Damascus,
fcjddenly he had himself a lost,
condemned sinner in the sight of a
holy God and had tasted the match
)»c, grace that could reach down
f oift heaven and save even him
He knew now that he could not j
, and before God in himself, or "on I
BY COLIN DOUGLAS
BY COLIN DOUGLAS
"In quietness and In confi
dence shall be your strength."
There are many of us who waste
s good deal of energy, power, and
lima in useless, aimless talk —and
too much of this on the negative
ride. To talk "just to be talking"
when we arc disturbed or restless
only adds to our restlessness and
confusion. All of us to need quiet
maces in cur lives, times of inner
lenewal. It is gixid for every one of
ni to make a habit of giving some
tube every day. if only for a brief
moment, to being quiet
We need to learn to be still, To
let .our whole ring relax and rest
We can still otfr thoughts by saying
to ourselves. Be still, and know
that I am God " We can relax anri
be at peace in every part of our
body by saying to ourselves, "Be
still and know that I am God."
When we are very still, when our
oummer Program tor High
School Siidents Set At HI
HAMPTON INSTITUTE. Va.-ln
a widening effort to discover and
offer educational opportunity to tal
ented young people, Hampton Insti
tute last week announced a summer
program open to htgh school grad
Three distinct Institutes are
bring organised —ln Social
Reienre. In Music, and In Thr
Humanities. All are non-credit
eeurae*. provide a limited num
ber of scholarships and run six
“The United Stutcs In the World
ronimunity” is thr theme of the
Social Science Institute, according
to Dr. Hyman Hunt/., director.
The theme of the Institute in the
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j his own' two feet." as we say. His
I only safety, before the bar of God,
| was to take refuge in Christ—as he
I rays in Verse 9:
“And be found in Him, not hav
! mg mine ow n righteousness, w hich
is of the law. but that which is
through the faith of Christ, the
righteousness which is of God by
j Now he knew, as we all should
know, that he really had nothing to
boast of as far as his own standing
, before God was concerned. For the
| rest of his life, however, he did con
! stantly boast of one tning: the cross,
| where the Christ he had so bitterly
i persecuted had died for his sins
that he might be justified before
God. This too, is really the only
thing we have to boast of and the
most godly saint will enthusiasti
cally join Paul in saying:
“But God forbid that I shall bo
ost. save in the cross of our Lord
j Jesus Christ, by whom the world ia
I crucified unto me and I unto the
! world "
minds and heaits are open and re
| reptive to thr all-powerful presence
i and influence of God. we can feel a
1 new surge of strength within us.
! We can feel at one with God and
with our fellow mail. We can feel the
heartbeat of life in the stillness of
i our communion with the Father. As
|we entertain only thoughts of
I peace, love, and good will, it bc
j comes increasingly easy for us to
be peaceful and harmonious And
i we find that there ar* plenty of
opportunities every day lo practice
| tiring peaceful As we keep our
minds and heaits centered in' God
and filled with His love, our lives
j take on harmony and we become
! peacemakers. For prayer does have
away of making us more peace
i minded, and helps us to develop an
understanding heart. Prayer helps
us to be kindhearted, tolerant, tact
ful. gracious, and loving toward all.
“Bh used are the peacemakers, for
they shall be called sons of God.
! Humanities is "Gateway to Intcr
; ing to the director, Dr. Nancy Bul
| lock McGhee
The Institiitr tn Music will ire o
! pen to high school graduates of su
perior ability and talent in music,
j instrumental or vocal, according to
j Dr. William Stones, the duector.
| Theme of this course is "Cross
! loads in Music "
BY SALLY SHAW
DEAR SALLY: Do you think I'm
wmng in insisting that our baby
sitters do their sitting alone, that is
that they-not be permitted to have !
either their girt friends or boy
friends visit with them while they
are working for us? Some of our
friends think I'm being too strict
and narrow-minded about this—but
it's my conviction that the care of
our children should come first, that
this is the reason wf are hiring our
sitters, and that a titter who is en
tertaining "guest" cannot possibly
give our children the amount of at
tention for which we are paying
her. What do you think about this?
MRS J. H. G
DEAR MRS. J. H. G. I'm
with you! The hiring of baby
sitters la a business arrange
ment, and just as any business
employer would not sit still for
business hours. Just so you can
not permit this while your ba
by-sitter Is performing her job.
When you pay a baby-sitter,
you are paying her for her con
tention to your children.
DF.AR SALLY: My husband is a
restless, thrashing, whirling, kick
ing kind of sleeper, and I'm losing
at least 90 per cent of my sleep be
muse of this. Many nights I even
have to curl up in a living room
chair, rather than suffer bruises
and torture from his gyrations in
our lied. I’ve been thinking of ask
ing our doctor to prescribe some
kind of tranqullizing pills for my
hti.rhand. so that he will sleep moT
quietly. Do vo" ‘hink tfiis would be
a good answei St FFPT.F.SS
PF4R SLEEPLESS; A much
brtter answer than shopnlng
fn* pills would he shopping for
twin bed*. If vo can explain to
vour* husband how much sleep
he> causing you to lose, surely
he’ll go along with this Idea.
DKAR SALLY: I’ve, been engaged
for about 4 months to a very hcau
| tifu! pirl, and I thought everything
was fine . . . until just recently. I
j found out that she's been dating
| other fellow s on the nights I don't
j rail on her When I ronfronted
het with this, she told me.these are
‘just harmless little dates." that
they mean nothing, that they are
J'u.-t a mrars of letting her "kirk up
her heel'" and have "a last fling"
before she settles down to marriage.
Somehow these explanations still i
don't set right with me What do j
you thir k’ JOHN
DEAR JOHN: When a couple j
become engaged, both persons
Involved are in a sense declar
ing that they are through with
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j iLtwiu 11-inis wilh • . j. •
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'» sons. They have decided that
they irr for r arh other, and
ONI Y fbr each other. In mv
hook, your* I* no engagement
at all and you'd he better off If
you, cancelled out vour en* (fo
ment with thl* unstable gtrl.
DEAR SALI.Y: One of the social
ly prominent executive*- in our of
fice i>i soon'to be man ed. and all
the rest of the men in this office
have received engraved invitation*
lo tin- wedding and reception. The
big puzzle to us. ho vevei, is that
all our invitation* were addressed
Just to us. with no mention Rt nil of
our wives Now we don’t know
whethei to bring our- wives or not.
How it trout this 0 THE BOYS.
HEAR BOYS: I’m Inclined to
think that the omission of vour
wives' name* wua Jn»t plain
thoughtless on the part of your
rolleafue, and that vou all will
hr perfectly safe In escorting
your wive* to thr wedding and
rerrptlon. The Invltat lon*
should rorrretly have heen ad
dressed lo "Mr. and Mrs." at
your home addresoes.
Set At Bennett
GREENSBORO™ The third an
mint Saturday School conference
will he held »l Bennett College on,
Saturday, February IN. beginning
at 9 30 a m . Dr. Charles Garth, di
i recto'', announced this week.
This year's session will hay*
i two divisions—one for parent*
of students attending the srhool
and the other for principals.
Irarhrrs and counselor* of the
participating high school*. The
srhool I* for talented high
school Juniors and senior* who
come to the campus each Satur
| d»v for classes.
| A feature of Ihc session for prin
cipals, - teachers and advisors will
: be a panel discussion whteh will
| feature representatives fiom the v»-
' rious special education program*
now available in Guilford County
and surrounding areas.
Participants will be Joseph M
Johnston, superintendent of the
Governor's School: M’ss Eleanor
Poyd. director of spec ml education
for. Ihc Guilford County schools.
Miss OoeH Smith, guidance coun
selor. representing the Green hoio
city schools: a representative from
the Industrial Education Center at
Jamestown, and Dr /Garth
The parents program will he
under the supervision of l>r
Richard Fields, director of dt
vrlnpmrnt services at the col
lege. Me will he assisted by
Mrs. Geraldine Williams of the
lollrrc's admission* office and
Mrs Mary T. Coleman, director
of alumnae affairs and career
Dinner for the visitors will be
served at noon in the doing center
of tht David D Jones Student Un
ion, after which they will be free
to visit classes of their choice ami
to rsaluate what they see
With Faith... I
Yon Are Never Alone
V:•,;;■‘' • ■ • ' ' t
Attend Church Regularly
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1 / tMm f Telephone lines spread across our na
-7 tion, giving us immediate contact
with loved ones. Vital business is
j j rapidly contracted through this
Through prayer we can express our
j m/ jfi love, our thanks, and seek God’s help.
/ I “Hearken unto the voice of my cry.
/ j my King, and my God: for unto thee
| Attend church, join others in foil".
B Os 11^
The Churdi h God's appointed agency in this world
3 f for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and
IS His demand for man to respond to that love by
.% loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in the
& ' love of God, no government or society or way of life
will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold
so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from
a selfish point of view, one should support the Church
H 3 • Beyond that, however, every person should uphold
**mm / t IHB and participate in the Church because it tells the truth
about man's life, death and destiny,* the truth which
alone will set him free to live os a child of God.
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