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lDALY 2 1942 V
TMI WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
God the Creator
ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
By Alfred J. Buascber
British Would Wreck
Suez Canal If Forced
To Retreat To Red Sea
Official circles in London are.
hinting that the Sues Canal would
not be left in workable condition if
the British should be forecd to
retreat to the Red Sea and be
yond. The canal would not be blocked
.unless loss of the whole Middle
East became inevitable, however,
a British source said, because it is
extremely important to British
naval .operations in that area.
Cn Hold All-.
Scripture Genesis 1:1-5; 24-31; t:l,
;V Study sessiuii
'.session of the women'.
Trhristian Service i me
v ' P?S" Wch was held
M Mr';. , mission study
Camp on East Fort
n- .. A t,
PhuI Hyatt, PC.'
Untied the subject
-( y. ..stewardship in tne
blowing took part on v
, urogram: Mrs. r. m.
I p . Th Woman
rto Little uu"'" v"-
f ..... "ThP Woman With
iLle" (stewardship of
Neeu ,!, on With a
was also discussed.
lowing the Picnic Urtcn at
Rev. Hoyie, paawc w w.
. ' t. thfl crouu in a
and thought-provoking de
al built upon me wiiiiuic,
Kves are not our own, uui
... - " Talrino, rtnrt.
At itn a " ' V" ii.wJi.
fce program were:
U who spoKe o
With an Hour," (stewardship
ae); Mrs. Welch Singleton,
Woman With a Little Son,"
ardship of the family).
T P. Whitesides. discussed
With a Message," in
Ashe summarized the study of
'.Mire day. The meeting was
fin front of a log fire with
Iv-seven members present.
"And God made the beast of the earth
after his kind, and cattle after their
kind, and everything that creepeth upon
the earth after bis kind: and God saw
that it was rood."
Then God said let us make man In our
own image, so He created man "In His
own image, in the image of God created
He him; male and female created He
God blessed the man and woman and
said unto them, Be fruitful and multiply,
and replenish the earth, and subdue it :
and have dominion over every living
thine that moveth on the earth.
And God saw everything that He had
made, and, behold, it was very good.
And the evening and the morning were
the sixth day.
(GOLDEN TEXT; Genesis l:t)
Lecture and Organ
hel Baptist Group
Hold Sunday School
Lntion On July 5th
L quarterly Sunday school
,;ntion of the Bethel group ol
churches in the Baptist coun
Ijnday school organization will
eld at Meadow Grove Baptist
ch on Sunday afternoon at
fie program will include reports
ti all Sunday school superm
ini in the srrouD on their en-
kents since May 10th; discus-
of plans for training courses;
ical selections and other fea-
.11 superintendents and repre-
latives from the following
Lches in the group are expected
ttend: Bethel, Riverside, Laurel
e, Burnett Siding, Spring Hill,
Zion, Meadow Grove, Burnett
and East Fork.
I'hether what we hear is true
I, it, we cannot say, but it might
'some parents to know a little
more about what some of their
ingsters are doing.
I I ... s
(The (5ol6ett (Text
- - ' , -
Hard' work may not kill anybody,
;. occasionally, it wears us
Rev. John Everlngton, a lectur
er-artist, native of England, will
give an illustrated lecture at the
First Methodist church Thursday
morning at 8 o'clock. His subject
will be "The Cathedral and Shrines
Mr. Everington was a feature on
the program at Lake Junaluska last
year and his program was so well
received that he has been invited
back for a return engagement this
The lecture is being sponsored
by the young people's department
of the First Methodist church, but
is open to the public. There will
be. no admission fee, but a silver
offering will be taken during the
Prior to the illustrated lecture
an organ recital will be presented
the first half hour, which promises
to attract a large congregation.
Look out for bargains it often
pays you to miss them.
God the Creator
HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
(Th International Uniform
wii viia awvT, .upiv AVE
!y 5 la GenesU 1:1-5; 24-31; 2:1,
Golden Text being Genesis 1:1,
la the beginning God created the
aven and the earth.")
"W THE beginning God creat
J the heaven and the earth."
w is the very first verse in our
e Ij fitting. The lesson is
tout the creation of this, our
rth, u told in the first chapter
Genesis, and the first verse of
" Second rhnntor
NO AT. IrnAu,. ...U 4
, . tuiun, wuen uis earin
FU created, althnuo-h . Kii
wa many guesses. That it was
work of an Intelligent being,
e one can doubt. Man may have
occasional idea that he could
r, "ma ome certain things
ftter than they were made In the
Pn place, but this boast is usu-
', dui uus Doast is usu
' "earil from young students
college years. Later, when the
""verse Is further and extensive-
f ""u,ea. tne only feeling
t J I, ' lne on'y feeling one can
F have about IU marvelous
FnlCture anrf i
w and worship. The arguments
the callow college youth sound
I'sh and sacreligious. ;
And the earth was without
,0rm snH vnu. i
Iv,,. , allu aarnness was
W the face of the deep. And the
feof Cod moved upon the face
l, siiouia lear
L '! y "eart for their rich Ut
Fry &nd ruv,i
Ibe. . r"v"- ue u well as
IMcause they are the li.Hnnln.r of
Crje3 . Pture this be-
the Spirit of God
P fte deep
b$?- saj1. "Let there be
iWed V lhere waj "Kht. God
Is" tnrf VL 6 ana W eVe"
day morning iwere the
Jl-HourDay or P.rlndt
ajVd.r01 know whether this
i"oa of ti. , "
""anjtrt. There hav been
UeithJ '.fnents pro and COn hut
Uier thZ 13 pro but
houid c" proved. We
r" and 1 u "y of 12
U un nn tv. ppearance of
uli . he fourth dav. ao u
"onTf . ference Jump to the
,V- Am . Uie S1XIB
bring forth the living creature
after his kind, cattle, and creep
ing things, and beast of the earth
after his kind; and it was so."
After this was done God found It
to be good.
"And God said, Let us make
man In our Image, after our t -ness:
and let them have domi: i
over the fish of the sea. and over
the fowl of the air, and over the
cattle, and over all the earth, and
over every creeping thing that
creepeth upon the earth."
So God created man In His own
image, "in the image of God cre
ated He him; male and female
created He them.
"And God blessed them, and
God said unto them. Be fruitful,
and multiply, and replenish the
earth, and subdue it: and have
dominion over the Ash of the sea,
and over the fowl of the air. and
over every living thing that mov
eth upon the earth.
Gives Food for Man
"And God said. Efchold I have
given you every herb bearing seed,
which is upon the face of all the
earth, and every tree, in' the which
Is the fruit of a tree yielding seed;
to you it shall be for meat.
"And to every beast of the earth,
to every fowl of the air, and to
every thing that creepeth upon
the earth, wherein there la life, I
have given every green herb for
meat: and It was so. .
"And God saw everything that
He had made, and. behold, it was
good. And the evening and the
morning were the sixth day.
"Thus the heavens and the
earth were finished, and all the
host of them."
It is wonderful that man was
made "in the Image" of his Maker.
Man is the only creature who
can take the substances of the
earth and make beautiful and use
ful things from them. He must
have the materials which have
been put in the earth: he cannot
create , them. But he can combine
them to make marvelous ma
chines, and object of art. His in
telligence enables him to rule the
beasts and use them for his own
But how far below what we
should be are we human beings!
How many inventions we use, not
for beneficent purposes, but to
injure our fellow men, even to
kill them. How far we have to
travel before we can lift up our ,
heads and say. we are true Sons
of God. made in His image. We
won't despair, but have faith that
some day man may achieve this,
with God's neip.
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4, . Tbt creation t light 7"
"In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth." Gen. 1:1.
Heard By Young
People At Lake
Bishop Clare Purcell, of Char
lotte, delivered the first platform
address Tuesday night under the
auspices of the Western North
Carolina Methodist Youth Fellow
ship assembly in session at Lake
The bishop called his address
"Salmangundi Salad," and after
humorous references to his sub
ject spoke seriously to the group
of nearly 400 young people, aged
15-17, concerning things he said
they should know before they are
"Each of you should know what
he intends to do with his life be
fore he reaches his majority," said
the bishop. "Each of you should
know that what he eats before he
is 25 affects all his life; each of
you should known how to handle
money, and before you reach the
age of 21 each of you should have
an abiding conviction concerning
Each of the 11 districts of the
Western North Carolina conference
was represented in the delegation
of young people. Asheville had
35 delegates; Charlotte. 51; Elkin.
n- r . : .. .a. jn. '
Zo; oastonia ou; virccnauuru u;
High Point 19; Marion 26; Salis
bury 60; Statesville 25; Winston
Salem 43 and Waynesville 16.
The opening day revealed a total
registration of 410, including 374
delegates and staff and program
speakers. A similar conference
for an older group of young peo
ple to be held July 6-11, will have
the same staff personnel and is
expected to draw an attendance of
300 or more.
When you say good things about
people, tell it to their faces.
There's already too much behind-the-back
Rev. J. Clay Mudison, Pastor.
Church school with classes for all
ages at 9:45.
Holy Communion will be observ
ed at the 11:00 o'clock hour. "A
Democracy Worth Fighting For,"
will be the pastor's subject in the
evening service which begin at 8:00
The Methodist Y'outh Fellowship
holds its regular meetings at 7:00
o'clock on Sunday evening.
Rev, Malcolm R, Williamson,
R. H. Gibson, superintendent of
Sunday school at 10:00 ;o clock.
Morning worship 11:00 o'clock.
Sermon subject: "THE DEMOC
RACY OF THE TABLE."
The quarterly Communion ser
vice will be held at the morning
hour of worship. All church mem
bers are requested to be present
and visitors are cordially invited.
Young people's meeting at 7:00
p. m. ..
Mid-week prayer service Wed
nesday evening at 8:00 o'clock.
services Wednesday evening 7:30
The Young Women's Auxiliary
of the Hazelwood Baptist church
will meet at the church Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock.
LONG'S CHAPEL METHODIST
Pustor, Miles A. "McLean.
Church school at 10:00.
Church service at 11:00 at which
time the sacrament of the Lord's
Supper will be observed. The
communion meditation will be from
the text: "Mark the perfect man,
und behold the upright; for the
end of 'that man is peace." Psalm
:i7:.'i7. The anthem by the choir
will he "God So Loved the World."
The young people will meet at
7:30 p, m. with Miss Lucille Med
ford as their leader.
Thursday night choir practice
Friday night pictures will be
shown by Rev. John Everington
on the subject, "A Pilgrimage to
Stand therefore having your loins
girt about with truth and having
on the breastplate of righteous-
ness; And your feet shod with the
preparation of the gospel of peace;
Above all taking the shield of faith,
wherewith ye shall be able to
quench all the fiery darts of the
wicked. (Ephesians 6:13-17).
GRACE EPISCOPAL OIURCH
Rev, Raymond E. MacBlain, Rector.
Sunday, July 5, 9:45 church
11:00 a. m. Holy Communion and
THE HAZELWOOD BAPTIST
Rev. Frank Leatherwood, Pastor.
Sunday school 10:00 o'clock.
Frank Underwood Sunday school
title, "God the Creator," ",
Golden Text: "In the beginning
God created Heaven and the
Earth." God still creates new men
and women through Jesus Christ.
Morning worship 11:00 o'clock.
Evening worship 8:00 o'clock.
Training Union 7:00. Prayer
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE LESSON
SERMON Assembly room, second floor Ma
Sunday school 9:45,
Lesson-sermon 11:00 o'clock.
; Reading room open Wednesday
afternoon 2 to 4 o'clock. ';:
"God" will be the subject of the
lesson-sermon on Sunday thorning
at the 11 o'clock assembly hour.
The Golden Text will be taken
from I Samuel 2:2, "There is none
Holy as the Lord; for there is none
beside Thee j neither is there any
rock like our God." k i . - .
Among the citations from the
Bible will be the following:
"Wherefore take unto you the
whole armor of God, that ye may be
able to withstand in the evil day,
and having done all to stand.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
It. G. Hammett, Pastor.
"Wasted Power" is the subject
of the pastor's sermon at morning
worship Sunday at 11:00 o'clock.
At the evening worship at 8:00
o'clock the topic is, "The Touch of
The Bible school will meet at
9:45 a. in. Sunday. The Training
Union will meet at 7:00 p. m.
A fifteen minute organ concert
of great hymns will be given prior
to the evening worship. At this
service request hymns and great
gospel songs will be led by Mr.
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
Waynesville, St. John's Church
every Sunday 8:00 and 11:00 a. m,
Sylva Community House, every
Sunday 11:00 a. ...nr.
Cherokee Qualla Hall, every
3rd Sunday 8:00 a. m.
Bryson City, St. Joseph's Church,
every Sunday 8:00 a. m.
Franklin, American Legion Hall,
every 2nd and 4th Sunday 8:00 a.
Highlands, School Auditorium,
every Sunday 11:00 a. m.
Murphy, Regal Hotel,, every 1st
and 5th Sunday (C.W. T.) 7:00
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