RALEIGH, N. C., SATURDAY, BEPTMBER S, IH4
Also Observes First Anniversary:
Temporary Minister Os Providence
Unanimously Chosen As Its Pastor
The Reverend George M. Wil- i
liains, who recently moved to Ha- ,
teigh after long residence In Nor- 1
Church Chuckles by CARTWRIGHT
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BE COLIN DOUGLAS
“Thou wilt guide me with thy
Have you ever felt dlasatlsfac
tlon with your work, or with your
lot or progress in life? In times
such aa these it U vitally neces
sary for us to decide hist where
we want to go, and how beat to
get there For even thomrh we are 1
confronted with challenging cU
eumstanoei or seemingly difficult
personalities, our progress la pri
marily dependent on the direc
tion we take and on our own ef
forts to move in that direction.
No amount of blaming others or
rationalising our lack of satis
faction ever relieves us of the re
eponstblllty we have for our own
progreae. It la only by accepting
this responsibility, by queatlonlng
ourselves honestly, and by pro
ceeding In accordance with the
answers we get that we are able
to go forward.
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The newspapers are filled with
axel Ung new* these duyi, but the
divine extendon of this present
Mft of trade Is the most sensa
tional nlw« of all.
We art prone to take the bless
ings of our Umos too much for
■ranted. We fortet too easily that
for more than 1800 years the
world has been ripe for Clod's
Judgment—ever since His Son,
the Lord Jesus Christ, was cruci
fied and sent from this world as
a royal Exile.
All through the Old Testament
realms ana prophets It Is clear
that the world's rejection of
Christ was to be visited with aw
ful Judgment. The Second Psalm,
describing the worlds' rejection of
“the Lord and His anointed," goes
on to say: “Then shall He lOodi
speak unto them In His wrath and
vex them tn His sore displea&ur' "
In PMla 110:1. too. we haw the
Father saying to His rejected Son:
"•It Thou at My right hand, until
I make Thine enemies Thy foot
Tat, when all seemed ready for
the dittos Judgment to fall, God
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I fork, Virginia, has been unanimous
ly elected as pastor of the Provi-
I dence Holy Church.
When we queetton ourselves In
an attitude of prayer we are able
to rccognlac whether our lack oi
progress la due to a fundamental
uncongenality with the work we,
are doing, or whether we are not
putting ouraelve# Into that work
so fully aa we should. Whatever |
answers we get. there IS a dlrec-1
tlon" to take that leads us toward;
succeas and fulfillment and aatia
fnetlnn and hnrmlnea*.
Neither *tiinr nor place nor cir
cumstance nor environment nor
personalitlea can stand between us
and Ood. Through regular and
faithful prayer, we can feel Hla
preocnce and His love and .Hla
power—and armed with this ware
nesa of the Father. we can meet
and cope with every situation and
problem that may arise.
Dear Father, teach ua to meet
every challenge of life * filled with
I faith in Your power, in Your good
i neas. in Your love I
I "Fear thou not. for lam with
Interrupted the prophetic program
and saved Saul of Tarsus, the
"chief of sinners," and the leader
of the worlds' rebellion against
Christ. More: He appointed this
Saul as tire Apostle Paul to pro
claim "the gospel of the grace of
Ood" <Acts 20:24). the wonderful
news that because Christ suffer- j
ed, the Just for the unjust, at I
Calvary, any alnner may be saved
by grace through faith, apart from
religious or other works.
"The wages of sin Is death, but
the free gift of Ood is eternal
life, through Jesus Christ our
Lord" ißom, 6:23'. And there-i
fore "To him that worketh not. j
but belteveth on Him that Justi
fied the ungodly, his faith Is'
counted for righteousness" t Rom
4:5'. Judgment will Indeed come,
but thank Ood. He has In grace
delayed it until now. "Behold, now
Is the accepted time; behold, now
Is the day of salvation" (II Cor
Just A Lift
DETROIT <NPD William A 1
Robinson. 32. bit the "proverbial-;
hand' that gave him a lift.
Robinson was picked up in a
westsldc bar by an unidentified
womr.n. who drove him home in I
her car Robinson Insisted that
the woman, who refused to prose-
REV. GEORGE N. WILLIAMS
The minuter had been temporari
ly appointed to serve the church in
September of last year, at the An
nual Convocation of the United
Holy Church, Southern District,
with which Providence Church is
However, in the congregation's
pre-convocational business meeting
presided over by District Elder L.
L. Wilson of Oxford, the church of
ficers and members voted unanim
ously to call Rev. Williams as pas
Rev. Williams formerly served
the First Pentecostal U. H, Church
of Norfolk, Va„ and the Pleasant
Plains Church near Ayden. He has
recieved education in the public
schools of Norfolk, also Norfolk
State College, and the Bible Train
ing Institute of Ooldsboro.
TheT church will observe the
first anniversary of the minister
from Sunday, August 3tho. through
Sunday. September fith.
C. C. Spaulding:
N. C. Mutual
Now On NBA
DURHAM—c. C. Spaulding. Jr.,
Vice President and General Coun
sel, and a member of the Board of
Directors of the North Carolina
Mutual Life Insurance Company
ha* been notified of his receat *p
polntment to the Executive Com
mittee of the National Bar Associa
tion for the year 1964-65.
He was also re-appointed to
the American Bar Association's
Committee on Taxation of In
surance Companies. Attorney
dpauldtng returned te the city
recently from Baltimore, where
he attended the National Bar
Association which met from
August 19-33. From August 10-
14. be attended the meeting of
tho American Bar Association
In New York City
Spaulding la a native of Durham,
j N. C. and U tho eldest son of the
! C. C. Spaulding, third president of
' the North Carolina Mutual Life
He received the A B degree from
Clark University. Worcester, Massa
chusetts. and the LL B degree from
St. John’* University Law School.
| Brooklyn. New York.
FAYETTEVILLE - Dormitories
will open for a record enrollment
of over 300 freshmen and transfer
students for the 1964-63 school year
at DtyettevUle State College. J. C.
Jones, dean of students, said here
A week *f orientation activi
ties begin Monday September T.
ending with registration of
freshmen and new students Sat
urday. September U In LUly
1 Former students are expected
to register Monday and Tues
day. September 14 and IS.
Dormitory facilities for upper
classmen will be avullable be
ginning with Sunday afterveea.
Classes for all students are arhed
! uled to begin Wednesday. Septem
ber IS. according to Dr Melvin E
Moor*. Jr., dean of the college.
j cute him. accompany him Inside
; of ha apartment,
She refused and he became an
gry. removed the woman's keys
from her car. took her puree con
taining •• and sundries, and
dumped the remaining contents of
the purse along the street.
Police arrived in time to recover
all of the woman's belongings ex
cept a five dollar bill.
Recorder's Judgee Ehrln L.
Davenport found Robinson guilty
of drunkenness and lined him sls
or 15 dart tn the Detroit House of
UNTIL •onK'.'Ody tell* them, halt
the people don’t know that you or
your company are Important
ONLY RARELY a it worth what ,
it costs to tell a man Just whet we j
think of him.
Yon Are Never Alone
Attend Church Regularly
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* JP»'vnß V “^ 0i ’ thou shalt eat ihs labour of Hums bauds: j
happy shalt thou he, and it shall ho writ wftft
It is God’s command that man mast work
The Church k Sod’s oppofnhd ogtncy In Ms world » wd he has promised mveh to those who Moor,
for spreading tho knowledat of His love for man and m . ....
of His domond for man to rtspond to that love by • • • ”I°** * hU labour, this is the
loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in the gift 0 j m
love of Cod, no government or society or way of life ™
j will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold labour and <m heavy laden, and I wm
so door will inevitably perish, even from . __ w
a selfish point of view, one should support Hie Church o*®* fSSt*
for the sake of tho welfare of himself and his family.
Beyond that, however, every person should uphold Enter the Lovd*S hOM it the h^gflining gs ggcJi
ond participate m the Church because ft tells the truth . , ~. f
obout mon’s Hfe, death ond destiny; the truth which weeK, receive spiritual COBBZOft to CUTTy
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