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a man In the land of ti
Satan contended that Job wonhlped be-
,ob- He fered God -and avoided cauae he waa wealthy, ao God allowed
am He had aeven aona and three dauh- the evil one to destroy aU Job's wealth
terc, great rlchea in Socks and herds, a and even his sons and daughters. When
great household and was the greatest " Job waa told of this disaster, he fell to
man In tue east. the ground and worshiped.
Three friends came to comfort Job and.
one said he must be evil and waa being,
Job aaid: "He knoweth the
Next Satan afflicted Job with agonizing
diseases, and his wife aaid. Dost thou
till retain thine intearltvT curse God. punished.
and -die." Job answered her. "Shall we way I take; when He bath tried me, I
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shall we not receive cvU?" . jfc- MEMORY VERSE JerenUali ZMS..XJ
There were 23 per cent
farms in the Great Plains
m uuu wan in vim. i 0 pedestrains But Lock of com
Not until the fight begins withir J non sense ofen takes it away fror
himself, can any person expect to be . them says the State Motor Ve
fewer . worth anything.
states The law gives the right of way
hides Department. wrong if once convinced the prob
good idea to figure out if lem is to convince them.
other fellow is right man io- I A highway menace is the dope
his footsteps. 'who thinks everything over care-
Some people admit they are fully te nminutes after he's done it.
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Go To Ghuirch Sunday-
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Every Sunday Morning
Sod, 4th, and 5th Sunday nights
Srd Sunday night
BCY 1. M. NISBETT, PASTOR
2nd and 4th Sund.y mornings
Vd Sunday nglbt
Kev. Wade H. Allison, raster
Mount Zion Church, . Rose Hill
Every Sunday Morning
Except Third, Sunday
Third Sunday Evening
folk ruins Church
First Sunday Night
Third Sunday Morning
REV. NORMAN FLOWERS
Every. Sunday, morning
Bowefon CesnmswHgr Cbwah
1st' 3rd. snd 5th. Sunday svenlngs
Iw. , . J. T. HATTER. JUL. PASTOR
2nd and 4th Sunday mornings
1st and 3rd' Sunday morlngs
REV. W. n. GOODMAN. PASTOR
Every Sunday morning
PINK HILL GROUP
Rev. N. P. Farrior, Pastor
Pink Hill - Third Sunday A. M. and
First Sunday P. M.
Women of the Church
Circle No. 1 meeting 1st Tviesday
r'o-t c the month.
cle No. 2 meeting 3:30 P. M. on
Tuesday of menth. General
ting 3rd Tuesday at the church.
THE WAY TO VICTORY
By REV. C. HERMAN TRUEBLOOD
not overcome of evil, but overcome evil with good."
Second Sunday A. M. and
Fourth Sunday P. M.
Third Sundays 4 P. M. (3 P. M.
Sunday A. M. and
Sunday P. M.
General meetnig Thursday P. M.
after 3rd Sunday. Circle Thurs
day P. M. before 3rd Sunday
Fourth Sunday A. M.
Second Sunday P. M.
Y. P. Field Group - First, third and
fifth Friday afternoon at 5 30
REV. TAYLOR A. BVTtD. PASTOR
1st., 3rd.. 5th. Sundays at 7:30 p.m.
2nd., 4th. Sundays at 11:00 a.m.
at 11:00 a.m.
This little text is loaded and crammed with practical common sense,
as well as with unlimited spiritual nossibltes. In fact, t is doubtful
that any other short verse of ten words in the entire Bible contains so
much wholesome advice for correct living and victorious spiritual at
tainment. We are often nauseated, and freau"ntly horrified, by news
paper reports concerning the bitterness, malice, spite, and devilish
hatred, almost daily resulting in brutality, stabbings, shootings, and
death. It would seem that Iarre number of Deop'e, internationaliv.
nationally, in laree citife. small towns, and even in sparcely settled
Tural areas, are going around with guns, knives, or bombs, with the
purpose in mind of "knockine somebody's boaH "ff, cutting some one's
heart out, or shooting the life eut of somebody."
The amount of unforgiveness, bitter emnity, and hellish hate abroad
in the world today is simply appalling; and the most tragic fact in
connection with this monstrous spirit of hate the thing that makes
angels weep and devils laugh with hellish glee is the "Devilish, un
christian spirit of uniorgiveness and malice," that possesses and ap
parently directs the activities of some members of churches people
claiming to love God and His righteous Cause. "If a man say, I love
God, and hateth his brother, he is a liar; for that loveth not his
brother whom he hath seen, how can he love God whom he hath not
seen?" 1 John 4:20. We are not to "overcome evil by retaliation, by re
turning evil for evil, but we are to win the victory by "overcoming
evil with good." Nursing a grouch, or carryifrg a "Chip on our shoulder",
is "playing into the hands of the devil;" spending our time, thought, and
energy, in trying to "get even with somebody," is nothing more nor
less than "taking sides with tne cohorts oi ntn."
The way to dispell darkness is to turn on light; the way to destroy
false is to magnify the truth; the way to manifest Common Sense (as
Wtji as good religion) is to "Abhor mat which is evil, cleave to that
which is good;" the way to OVERCOME EVIL is by DOING GOOD."
K. R. Wheelerj Minuter
Wallace Every Sunday morning
and every Sunday night
Provldnce Flrnt n4 Third ub
days at 3 o'clock p. m.
ROSE HILL GROUP
W. B. OtHi Minister
Carlton F. Hirschl, Minister
Church School 9:45 A. M.
J. P. Johnson, Superintendent
Worship Services 1st, 2nd, 4th and
5th Sundays 11:00 A. M.
3rd at 7:30 A. M.
Church School 1st and 3rd at
16:00 A. M.
2nd and 4th at 10:30 A. M.'
J. E. Blanchard Superintendent
Worship Services 2nd and 4th
at 9:30 A. M.
Church School 10:00 A. M.
L. A. Sutton, Superintendent
1st Sunday night 7:30 P. M.
3rd Sunday morning 11:00 A.M.
Rev. Harold D. Minor, minister
1st. and 3rd. Sunday mnrnine
11:00 a.m. 2nd. and 4th. Sunday
evening, 7:00 p.m.
a. i i i
1st. and 3rd. Sunday
J. R. Regan, Minister Tel. 2750
Woodland First Sunday Morning
and Third Sunday night
Pink Hill Second and Fourth Sun
days, Morning atd Night
2nd., 4th. Sundays at 7:00
Outlaw's Bridge ,
Church Service, 1st. Sunday nl?ht
7:00 P. M. 2nd and 41h Sunday
qwrnins;, 11:00 a. m.
Rev. Vinton Bowering, Minister
Sunday School every .&uuua,
Morning at 10:00 a. m.
Mrs. Ed Smith, Superintendent
Be. Lauren Sharpe, Pastor
EACH SUNDAY MORNING
Bev. A. L. Brown, Pastor
2nd and 4th Sundays
1st and 2nd Sundays
3rd and 4th Sundays
2nd and 4th Sundays
MAGNOLIA BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. J. D. Everett, Pastor
1st and Srd Sunday mornings
' 1st and -3rd Sunday nlgha
BEV. ELLIOTT B. STEWART,
, " Paster
2nd and Srd Sundays
, 1st and 4th Sundays
PEARS ALL CHAPEL F.W.B.
Rev. L. L. Parker, Pastor
Sunday School at 10:00 A. M.
Services each second Sunday morn
ing at 11:00 and evening at 7:30.
League cvy Sunday evening at
0:00. Prayer Merttrp earh Wednes
day evening at 7:00.
Advent Christian Chnrcb
Services 1st and 3rd SaturdsT
Nlrht. Pun. and Sun. Night. Aitoi
CABIN FREE HILL BAPTIST
Rev. J. B. Starnes, pastor. Ser
vices every 2nd'anrt 4th. Sunday
u 11:00 a. m. and 7:011 p m. Sunda.v
School at 10:00 a. m.
Missionary itaptlst ("hurrb
lUv Vann YTu;rell
1st. and 3rd. Sundays
MOUNT OLIVE CIRCUIT
Paul R. Mannes
Bethel Fourth Sunday morniue
and Second S'undsv night
Calypso Second Sunday rnorntn.
and Fourth Sunday night
4th. and 5th. Sundays
2nd., 4th. and 5th. Sundays
1st. and 3rd. Sundays
2nd Sunday morning and 4th Sun
last and 3rd Sundays
Dr. Pos'.on, Pastor
Services each Sunday
Rev. J .D. Btierer, Pastor
2nd and 4th Sundays
Dr. A. W. Greenlaw, pastor
Services each Sunday
Rev. Jiimeo E V''T.:. :i:i-'.ir
Sundav School ;it I" m u.
1st Sunday 11:111 A V
Pimdiv '.1 11 A !
3rd Sunda.v. 7:.T) P. M
Sunday School 10 0'i A M
2ml Sunday ni,;ht 7:30 o'clock
4th Sunday morning 11:00 o'clock
2nd Sunday 11:00 A.
4th Sunday 7:30 P.
Rev J. V. CASE
Serviced every Sunday
Rev. Eugene Hager
and Srd Sunday morning
4th Sunday night
Rev. M. M Turner, Pastor
1st and 3rd Sundays
Vfv, Fngrne TTage
lst and Srd Sunday night
2nd Sunday morning
Bev. Paul Mull, pastor
1st and 3rd Sundays
Bev. Eugene Hsger
2nd Sun. night 4th Sun. mornlns
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Free Will Baptist
Rev. J. B. Starnes, pastor
Services each first'Sunday morning
at 10:00; 1st. Sunday night at 7:00
Sabbath School at 11:00
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Will Baptist Church;"
Rev. Carroll Hansley, Pastor
Sunday School every Sunday si
10:00 A. M.
League every Sunday at 0:00 P. M
Church First Sunday, 11 A. M. and
7:15 P. M. Church Third Sundays,
11:00 A. M. and 7:15 P. M.
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Sacrament Meeting Sunday 7:00 pjn.
Sunday School 10:00 A. M.
Relief Society, Tues. 7:00 P. M.
M. L A. & Primary Wed. 7:00 P. M
Immaculate Conception Chnrcb
,' Bev. John J. Harper, Pastor
; ' - Hours of Maaa .-.
First Sunday of each month 11.00
Cvaryjtandajr following 8:48 a. m
- CServices an held upstairs in
office No. 1 of atw Leo Building.
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Presbyterian Junior College
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Presbyterian Junior College
Max ton, N. C.
What do our foreign students
think of our American. Christianity?
They are coming to the United
States to study in great numbers.
The past' week letters have come
from two Koreans, one Chinese
'v-mosan). a Cuban, and six Co
lombians about attending college,
we already have on the campus
foreign students from three nations.
Will they find in our expression
and living of the Christian faith that
which will lead them to know the
They must see something of
truth, beauty, and love in us. It is
not enough only to teach them dog
matic doctrines. I was talking re
cently with a student in the United
States seven months from a Mo
hammedan country. He had just
changed schools. He- is a Christian
reared in a Moslem land. There, all
Christians are drawn together into
fellowship and brotherliness. When
he came to America he chose a col
lege which advertised itself as be
ing a Bible-believing, orthodox,
FOR SEPT. 12'
Bible Comment: '
Can Be a (
iWay of Life s
Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah
What Isaac Watts was to England, WiUidm Williams was to Wales
THE WELSH ARE singing people. They sing
of great events, of heroes in battle, of rolling
hills and the seas that beat on their native shore.
And, as far back as the sixth century, the Welsh
have sung hymns.
William Williams was educated for a career in
medicine but changed his course to the ministry.
He was an ordained deacon in the Church of
England at 23 and probably would have become
a clergyman in the Established Church had he not
been warned against the' preachings of such
"fanatical dissenters" as. John Wesley, George
Whltefleld and Howell Harris' who preached In
barns, cow pastures and on street corners.
Such warning was bad psychology for an In
quisitive mind like that of William Williams. He
straightway sought out Howell Harris, found hhn
preaching from a grave slab in a cemetery while
worshipers filed out of their regular church serv
ice to hear his message.
Williams Joined a branch of the dissenters who
called themselves "Calvinistic Methodists." Un
restrained by formalities of the Established
Guide me, O Thou .greet Jehovoh,
Pilgrifn thro' this borren lond;
i om weok, but Thou ort mighty,
Hold me with Thy powerful hand:1
Bread of Heaven,
Feed me till I want no more. . ;'
Open now the crystgl Ibuhtoin,
Whence the tebling waters flow;
' Let the fiery, tloudy pitlor
Church, the self-styled evangelist rode np and
down Wales like John Wesley rode up and down
England, preaching everywhere to everybody who.
would listen. In 43 years he traveled 85,500 miles:
delivering sermons to crowds that numbered 10,--000
and more. Once he preached to a congrega
tion of. 80,000 and noted In his journal, "God:
strengthened me to speak so loud that most
could hear." He was bronzed by the sun, soaked I
by rain, chilled by snow and beaten by mobs,.
but only death stopped his tongue In 179L
IN ENGLAND THE PEOPLE sang hymn of' .
Isaac Watts . . . later those of Charles Wesley- .
John Newton and William Cowper. But the song- .
loving Welsh people bad comparatively few- f
hymns In their native language. So, what Isaac '
Watts was to England, William Williams became- '
to Wales. He wrote 800 hymns just for his eoun- .
trymen. Given below Is his best Williams wrote- ,
it in 1745 but it became so popular that he trans
lated It into English 27 years later and its pop
. ularity still holds after nearly two centuries.
, Lead me all my Journey through:
j Strong Deliverer,
Be Thou still my Strength ond Shield.
When I tread the verge of Jordan,
Bid my anxious fears subside;
. Death of death's and hell's destruction.
Land me safe on Canaan's side;
Songs of praises -
I will ever give to Thee.,
J- Let the fiery, tloudy pillar . I ever give to irwc.
WILCOX-FOLLETT CO., Chicago, 111.
From The Book 'A HYMN IS BORN" Copyright 1952
'evangelical, fundamentalist. Christ
ian school. Of course, none of us
ever is able to fully to live up to
our ideals, so what we record is
not meant as criticism. Rather it is
written in the hope it may help
us all be better Christians. This
young man said there was too much
religion there! Of course, I think
the trouble really was there was not
enough peace, ana gentleness, and
gladness of real Christianity. What
rriHE nature of a man's
life is not determined by ac
cident or chance, or by the cir
cumstances and happenings of
the day, unless one's character
be so weak as to be subject to
every passing mood or influence.
It is true that some annoying
; incident pf the day may lead tc
i outbursts of ill-temper, or arouse ;
feelings of hatred, envy or jeai
, ousy. But what one does, in the
I long run, if life has any real
worth, is determined by what
one is. Character lies back of
every thought and deed. It was
thus that Jesus stated it again
and again, thus fulfilling the re
ligion of the Old Testament
saints and prophets, which He
said He had not come to destroy
but to fulfill.
In the Gospel there is the word
of life, the revelation of God's
love and grace; the giti of God,
which is eternal life.
In the Gospel there are thr
words of guidance for living, scl
forth in the teachings even as in
the examples set by. the Master.
In the Gospel there is the in
spiration and incentive in the
promise of power, the inflowing
of a divine help that uplifts: anc.
strengthens human wcaknessj the
experience that St. Paul meant
when he said, "My strength is
made perfect in weakness."
To know the Gospel, to live
from day to day in the records of
what Jesus said and did, is to
discover the Gospel in all its
;-e,ility a'ld power.
Vv'ncn .sucli knowledge is avai!
r' !e to all of us, how can vc
.. I.' to ro; ke ihi Gospel a way o.
;': y life?
mow can v.e fail to take ?d
v:u.:';.:e of Jc,:)-' i.iioin.:,e o. i:
.lore a. .:.:iiunt luc?
he experienced was not too much
religion, but too much of our hu
man religiosity which runs to emo
tion, high-pressure man-made pro-
, and narrow exclusivenesi
which too quickly condemns Christ
ians who oo not agree with us.
What that school needed was not
less but more Christianity. It is
easier to be narrow and opinionat
ed in religion than it is to live by
the law of love. Yet Jesus said, "A
new commandment I give unto yoov
that ye love one another;
I have loved you, and that ye also
love one another. By this shall all
if ye have loved one another." (John:
13: 34, 35)
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