(One Day Nearer Victory) THURSDAY, JANUARY 21.
THE WAYNES VILLE MOUNTAINEER
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rev. William Baker, Pastor
Holy Communion, 9 a. m.
Church School, 10 a. m.
Morning Prayer and Sermon,
11 a. ro.
St. Mary's Mission, Micadale
Sunday School, 8 p. m.
Evening Service, 4 p. m.
Assembly rooms, second floor
Reading rooms open each Wed
nesday afternoon from 2 to 4
"Truth" will be the subject of
the lesson-sermon on Sunday, the
24th. The Golden Text will be
taken from Psalms 80:11, "Teach
me thy way, O Lord; I will walk in
thy truth; unite my heart to fear
Among the citations which com
prise the lesson-sermon will be the
following from the Bible: "My
little children, let us not love in
word, neither in tongue; but in
deed and in truth, and hereby we
know that we are of the truth,
and shall assure our hearts before
him." (I John 3:18-19).
Rev. Malcolm R. Williamson,
R. H. Gibson, Superintendent of
Sunday School at 10:00 o'clock.
Morning Worship, 11:15.
Sermon Subj.ct: "THE MASTER
Pioneer group of boys and girls
meet at 6:00 p. m.
Young Peoples League at 6:30.
Mid-week Prayer service Wed
nesday evening at 7:30.
Women's Group Hold
The Woman's Society of Chris
tian Service of the Hazelwood
Methodist Church met at the church
on Thursday afternoon with Mrs.
John Evans, president, presiding.
Mrs. Areva Mauney, chairman
of the Spiritual life group, conclud.
d the study course entitled, "Stew
ardship in the Life of Women."
Plans were made to conduct anoth
er study course in February.
The next meeting of the group
was announced for Thursday the
11th of next month.
what is to be observed as Bible
Study Week in the Methodist
Church. In the morning the pas
tor will speak on the subject, "Look
To Your Reading." The subject
of the evening message will be,
"The Wlls of Inspiration."
Other phases of the Bible Study
Week program will be a course on
the Development of the Mission
Idea in Bible Literature taught by
the pastor each evening during the
week except Wednesday, at 7:30
o'clock, in the Ladies' Parlor at the
church. On Wednesday evening a
fellowship supper will be held at
6:30 at which time the Laymen's
Mission Study book for the year
will be reviewed.
Church School opens at 9:45.
The Methodist Youth Fellowship
meets at 6:30.
Pastor, Rev. Joe Johnson
Sunday School, 10:00 o'clock.
Morning Worship, 11:00 o'clock.
Epworth League, 6:45.
Evening Service, 7:30.
Mid-week Service, 7:30.
Each and everyone is most cor
FIHST I! APT 1ST CHlllCH
H. G. Hammi'tt, Pastor
"Life Heyovd" or "After This
'Life What?" is the pastor's sub
ject Sunday morning at 11 o'clock,
i This theme is an answer to the
' anxieties of loved ones who give
up to war those dear to them.
At the evening worship at 7:30
i o'clock Deacons will be ordained
j and the ordinance of baptism ad
ministered to a number of candi
I dates. The theme for this pictor-
ial service is, "The Marks of
THE HAZELWOOD BAPTIST
Rev. Frank Leatherwood, Pastor
Sunday School, 10:00 o'clock,
Frank Underwood, Superintendent.
General lesson title, "The Great
Physician at Work Today." Gol
den text, "Wilt Thou Be Made
Whole?" If so come to Christ.
Morning Service, 11:00 o'clock,
Sermon subject, "What Is Your
Destination: Heaven or Hell,
Evening service, 7:30 o'clock.
Sermon subject, ''False and True
Estimates of Sin."
Training Union 6:30 o'clock.
Prayer servic Wednesday even
ing at 7:30 o'clock..
LONG'S CHAPEL METHODIST
Pastor, Miles A. McLean
Sunday school at 10:00 with
classes for all ages.
Church service at 11:00, at which
time the Rev .Joseph S. Johnson
of the Jonathan Charge will preach,
while Mr. McLean will fill the pul
pit at the Shady Grove Methodist
! The League will meet at 7:00
with the topic, "Why Take A
The choir will m ft Friday niht
at 7:30 intend of Thursday nijrht.
J. C. Madison, Pastor.
Sunday marks the beginning of
ST JOHN'S CHURCH
1 Waynesville, N. C.
Waynesville, every Sunday, 11
Hiyson City, every 1st Sunday,
8 a. m.
I Franklin, every 2nd and 4th Sun
Iday, 8 m.
j Cherokee, every 3rd Sunday, 8
i a. m.
Sylva, every 5th Sunday, 8 a. m.
I Fontana Dam, every 1st Sun
day, 8 a. m. C. W. T.
Jesus, the Great Physician
HIGHLIGHTS ON THE SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
(The International Uniform
Lesson on the above topic for
Jan. 24 la John S, the Golden Text
being John 3:8, "Wouldst thou be
THERE WAS a feast in Jeru
salem and Jesua went to that city.
There have been some discussions
as to what feast this was, and
some scholars think it was the
feast of the Passover, others dis
t At any rate, Jesus was In the
,dty and he went to the pool of
Bethesda, where every day a large
a umber of afflicted people went to
be healed. It was said that at
'certain times the waters of the
pool were "troubled" or agitated,
and It was thought that an angel
'name at these times and went
down to the pool, thus disturbing
the water. Those who went down
the steps to the water and stepped
ta first came out healed of their
We do not know why Jesus
went there among these poor,
eglected. miserable people, only
that to such a place we would
aaturally expect our Lord to go,
gee icing unfortunates with mercy
s.4 Sick for U Years
One man, who had been 01 for
SS years (just think of such a
tong Illness! ) was lying helpless
m his bed. Jesus knew when He
!taw the man that he had been
HI a long, long time, and the poor
man must have Baa a very nope-
leas look on bis face. The Lord
aid to him. "Wilt thou be made
whole V The man answered that
k had no one to help him Into
h imL and as he could not
walK others went before him and
ha never had a Chance to first get
down the steps to the healing
Jesua said to him. -Rise, take
m thy bed and walk." The man
Mist have had perfect confidence
to the Lord, although at that time
he did not know who Be was.
"And Immediately the man was
atade whole, and took up his bed
New thl was the Sabbath day.
when the Jews were permitted to
do no work, according to the law
of Moses. "Take heed to your
selves, and bear no burden on the
Sabbath days," the law read. The
Sanhedriats. therefore, or relig
ious rulers of the Jews, Imme
diately said to the newly healed
man. "It Is the Sabbath and not
lawful for thee to carry thy bed."
The man answered, "He that
made me whole, the same said
unto me, Take up thy bed and
Jesus Was Gone
Jesus had disappeared in the
meantime, so when they asked
him who told him to do so. he did
not know. Afterwards Jesus en
countered the man In the temple
and said to him, "Behold, thou
art made whole: sin no more, lest
a worse thing come upon thee."
It seems certain that Jesua
knew the man had come by. his
long Illness through his own wick
edness and he not only wanted
his body cured, but his mind ana
spirit as well so that thereafter
he would be not only a wen man
but a good one. We never meet
this man again in the gospel
stories, and only John tells us
"The man . departed, and told
the Jews that it was Jesus who
had made him whole." Possibly
he did not know that these men.
were seeking to persecute Jesua,
or maybe, someone suggests, he
felt they were heads of the church
and he was compelled to answer
When He was accused of mak
ing cures on the Sabbath Jesus
said. "My rather worketh even
until now. and I work."
"Would you be made whole T"
Jesua aska If you were to an
swer, would you be obedient, as
this poor, cast-out man was. and
do as He told you, submitting
yourself to Him, body and soul?
In that case, you, too, would be
In this lesson Jesua assodatea
Himself entirely with the Fathenj
He does what the Father doeej
Be la loved by the rather and
seeks the rather a wm. He U
also witnessed to by the IttisMd
ptewoatea by Mag frntmnt trail wis.
W 'war w m i awsw
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