Friday, November 12, 1948
Carl Bjork's Tips
(Continued from Page 1)
pie present who had come to wor
ship God first, and not see the
Last summer the pastor of a
Baptist church near Sun Valley in
Idaho was informed that the Presi
dent would be in for the Sunday
Service. Also the press was duly
notified. The result was a jammed
church preceded by a long line o'
In the silent hours of the week
afterward the reflective minister
viewed the situation. On his
church bulletin that week he had
displayed a notive that “the Presi
dent would not be with them the
next Sunday, but God would.”
The press stated that the usual
sincere, earnest, and faithful mem
bers were the only attendants that
I wish the President would
sneak into some of our churches
some Sunday and just be Harry S.
Truman for an hour in God’s
Sam Houston, United States
Senator, once President of Texas,
and with a nasty reputation for
living high wide and handsome,
went over to Washington’s First
Baptist Church one Sunday.
It was a surprise visit.
When the pastor saw Sam drap
ed in his Indian blanket and
whittling a stick on the front
pew, he swallowed considerably,
and changed his sermon on the
Sam never even seemed inter
ested in the sermon or service.
However he went back to his
hotel and rewrote the whole serm
on and mailed it to his wife.
Sam returned to the church the
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following Sunday, but the bulid
ing had a capacity crowd to see
this “vile fellow” get religion.
The preacher preached at Sam;
the choir sang at Sam; they prayed
at Sam, but Sam kept on whittling
every Sunday, and sending the
sermon to his wife.
Back home in the west, Mrs.
Houstin, a Baptist preacher’s
daughter, notified the church of
her ungodly husband’s great in
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made him a subject of prayer,
hired an evangelist, and waited for
him to return to conduct a revival
Sam came home, and that night
the revival started.
The old warrior and adopted
Cherokee went down to hear the
sermon with his good wife, and he
was soundly converted.
Upon being baptized in a nearby
stream at the ripe age of some
eighty plus, one former pal asked
him if “he wuz getting his sins
washed away.” The witty Sam
said that if “he wuz then he wuz
sorry fer the fish in.thet river.”
The arrival of President George
Washington at church had little or
no effect upon the regular church
goers. Os course no advance notice
was given, but the shock in that
day would have been if George
had elected to remain at home in
stead of attending divine worship!
I wonder if Dewey attended
church last Sunday. And if so, I
wonder what the minister preach
ed for his message. An appropriate
subject would have been on “Com
fort for The Broken Hearted.”
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