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lflUKsbAY' NOVEMBER 19, 1942 (One Day Nearer Victory)
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firing as his topic, "What
f to Be A Christian The
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HRST BAPTIST CHUROT
Sunday acnuui ui hid
meet ai w' -
rith classes iur on sc.
pastor will deliver the morn
ing message at 11:00 o'clock with
his subject being "CHRISTIANS
FOR TIMES LIKE THIS."
The Baptist Training Union will
meet promptly at 6:30, this also
having training for all ages from
tne tot to the adult
At the evening service the nan.
tor will have as his subject "Ful
J. C. Madison, Pastor
Church School under the direc
tion of M. H. Bowles, opens at
In the morning service the pas
tor ww speak on the subject, "Aw
Unusual Thanksgiving." The eve
ning service will consist of a pro.
gram of readings and music on the
theme, "Be Ye Thankful." A mix
ed quartette and a Junior Choir
will participate in this program,
In the services Sunday our annual
Thanksgiving offering for the
Children's Home will be taken.
The Methodist Youth Fellowship
will meet immediately following
the evening service.
The Union Thanksgiving service
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Traise the Lord'
Motives That Strengthen Family Life
HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
HI KEWMAN CAMPBELL
.L nn th above topic for Nov
BiTexcxIus 2:l-. 20-12: Joshua
r,n,:41-51; Epheslans 5:22-33;
1T4 Colossiana 8:18-21. the Gol
JnText being I Cor. 13:8. "Love
ticaBS AFTER the death of
lOMplt. the Hebrew people had be
hm Have to the Egyptians and
nrt very cruelly treated by them
bdMd. so terrible was wieir ireai
(at Ut tlie ruling Pharaoh
mminded the people of Israel to
ait every ton born to them Into
On river Only the flrl babies
m to be spared
At this time a man of the house
rfUrl married a daughter of the
ant tribe and tney naa an miani
w The mother saw that the baby
nit lovely child and determined
att he should not be, destroyed,
a when be was three months old
Hi iht eould no longer conceal
kin In the home, she made "an
irk bulrushes, and daubed it
ittiillmt and pitch, and put the
aUa therein; and she laid It In
at tip by the river's Brink
"And his sister stood afar off.
a wit what would be done to
The mother had faith that God
tould not let her little son die.
W would preserve him.' and this
aittr. Miriam, was to be near at
and to see what would happen
It him You know the story of the
Mlnceu coming to bathe In the
river and taking the baby home
with her, later adopting him as
arion She called him Moses and
pew up to lead his people out
their bondage In Egypt
Honour Thy Parents
Next we have the sixth com
unriment, which also bears upon
r lesson on family life, "Honour
thy father and thy mother: that
fiiy days may be long upon the
and which the Lord thy God glv
h thee " There are people In the
world who do not heed this com-
and Sometimes, sad to say. It is
si partly the parents' fault
thij is so. but In a cood home.
wu crwaren properly loved and
"wo. the father and mother
wnonored and tenderly cared for
1 as mey live.
V3IIUa. . Vnil PATY, am ha. .
brother nnrt M.
jjth Joshua led the people Into
" rromisea land. Near the end
m nut he talked to them, tell
J : them that they must make t
01 me god they would
-""'P ihey mieht worshlo
heathen gods, but he reminded
them of all the Lord had done for
them and said that he and his
household would worship the One
In the last chapter of Proverbs
we are given a beautiful picture of
the perfect wife and mother, and
while It is too long to quote here.
It should be read for Its beauty
The "virtuous woman" is one
whom her husband can trust, for
she will do him good all' her days.
She la Industrious, she manages
her household splendidly, provid
ing warm clothes so that the fam
ily does not fear the cold of win
ter She rises early to give them
food; she is even a good business
woman, buying land, planting It.
besides making "fine linen" and
selling It Her husband prospers
because of her. ,
Gives to the Needy
She has a tender heart and gives
to the poor and needy "She open
eth her mouth with wisdom; and
In her tongue Is the law of kind
ness." . "
No wonder her "children rise
up and call her blessed; her hus
band also, and he pralseth her."
"Favour Is deceitful, and beauty
Is vain, but a woman that fear
eth the Lord, she shall be praised."
There is a reference to Christ's
childhood when he went to Jeru
salem with His parents, and
stayed in the temple until they
found Him. As we have had this
story twice recently, we will not
dwell upon It only to say that
Jesus was an obedient child, and
His home was undoubtedly a hap
In St Paul's letter to the Ephe
slant he states his idea of the
Ideal family. The father and hus
band is the head of the house he
states, the wife submitting herself
to him. Husbands, he admonishes,
"love your wives, even as Christ
also loved the church and gave
Himself for It."
This Is the Ideal family, then,
the father heading it, loving and
cherishing its members, the moth
er being diligent in all her house
hold duties, helping the husband
to be successful, loving her chil
dren and caring for them and ay
who live In the household, and the
children growing up obedient to
the parents, loving and honoring
them. In such a home th father
would not "provoke his children to
anger, lest they be discouraged."
as Paul says, and the children
would grow up to Indeed honor
their father and mother, for love
like this never faileth.
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It has been revealed that the real
author of the famous phrase,4Praise
the Lord and pass the ammunition"
is Lieut Howell Forgy (above), 94,
of Haddonfield, N. J. The ex-football
playing naval chaplain, attached
to a cruiser at Pearl Harbor used
the phrase to encourage men as
they passed shells by hand to fight
off the Japs.
Revival Services Being
Held At Church of God In
Hazelwood, Public Invited
The Rev. Brooks Youngblood, of
Adrian, Ga., is conducting a series
of revival services at the Church of
God in Hazelwood. Rev. Young
blood, who is 25 years of age, has
been in Evangelistic work for the
past four years.
Services are held each evening
at 7:30 o'clock, with special music
featured at each meeting. The
public is cordially invited to attend
by the pastor, the Rev. G. E- Bail
this year will be held in this church
at 6:00 o'clock on Thanksgiving
morning. Rev. M. R. Williamson
will be the speaker.
Rev. S. R. Crockett, pastor.
Sunday School at 10:00 o'clock.
Paul Davis, superintendent.
Morning service at 11 o'clock,
The pastor will have as his sub
ject, "Jesus Marveled."
Young Peoples meeting at 7:00
Evening service at 7:30 o'clock
Rev. Crockett conducts morning
services on every second and fifth
Sunday at the Bethel Presbyterian
Assembly rooms, second floor
Sunday school at 9:45.
afternoons from 2 to 4 o'clock.
Reading room open Wednesday
"Soul and Body" will be the
subject of the lesson-sermon on
Sunday. The Golden Text will be
taken from Corinthians 3:16,
"Know ve not that ye are the
temple of God, and that the Spirit
of God dwelleth in you."
Among the citations which com
prise the lesson-sermon will be the
following from the Bible: "And'
what agreement hath the temple
of God with idols? For ye are
the temple of the living God; as
God hath said I will dwell in them,
and walk in them; and I will be
their God, and they shall be my
people. Wherefore come out from
among them, and be ye separate,
saith the Lord, and touch not tne
unclean things; and I will receive
you." (2 Corinthians 6:16-17).
ST. JOHN'S CHURCH
Waynesville, N. C.
Waynesville, every Sunday 11
a. m. ..'.'. ' ,'
Bryson City, every 1st bunday
8 a. m. . , ' "
Franklin, every znd ana 4tn .sun-
day, 8 a. m.
Cherokee, every jra ounaay o
a. m. ':'; ' . ; . -
Sylva, every 5th Sunday 8 a. m.
Fontana Dam, every 1 st Sun
day 8 a. m. C. W. T.
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Having Qualified as administra
tor of the late Cleveland Caldwell,
leased, late of the county 01 Hay.
woodstate of North Carolina, this
is to notify all persons having
claims against the estate of said
divpaged to exhibit them to the
undersigned at Waynesville, N. (X,
nn r before the 15th day 01 uc
tober, 1943, or this notice will be
pleaded in bar of their recovery.
All persons indebted to said estate
will please make immediate pay
ment. . ....
This the 14th day 01 uct, is.
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Administrator of C 1 e v e 1 a a d
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