From Page 10-B mised her that she would bear a son. In order for this to be ac- miracle would have to take place. Well, God had given her the promise of such a miracle, so Sarah believed God for the miracle by faith. She believed, i God was faithful and the child of promise was born unto her; at even, in her old age. i Jacob worshipped God by faith. Hebrews eleven, verse 21 reads, “Jacob, when he was a daying, blessed both the sons of Joseph: and worshipped, leaning upon the top of his staff.” The thing that makes the worship of Jacob significant is the situation surrounding him. He is in a real mess physically. As a matter of fact he is soon to die. Dying even that very hour. Yet, he worship- ped God. He praised God for the physical things like the food that he ate all the days of his life. He worshipped God for His great salvation. Salvation that had Fill taken away all his sins. Yes, even complished, a real supernatural / PICK YOUR SEALY ON SALE! Limited time savings on choice of firmness. Hundreds of coils, puffy cushioning, durable torsion bar : foundations. A super sale— hurry! in the face of death, Jacob wor- shipped and praised God. Now, this is the thing that causes their kind of faith to work. Their faith pleased and glorified God. Their faith was not selfcentered as much as the faith that we hear about today. Their faith was going to assist God. Their faith was directed to God and was not directed towards themselves. Their faith was not for their own benefit, but was for the glory and benefit of God. Abraham’s faith to follow God, even if he had to leave behind his family and friends, pleased God. It pleased God, because Abraham was going to become the ‘father of the nation of Israel’. Isreal was to be the na- tion that. God would reveal Himself to mankind through His dealings with them. For God to reveal Himself, Abraham paid the price by faith. Sarah’s faith brought mockery, but she continued to believe God for her miracle. Her son, Isaac, was the one that God Quee! NOW $258 King 3-pc. setreg- Fullea. pc. reg. 511° > 02-00. sated. $299 $39 0Q9% NOW ide Queen \ Deluxe Quilt Twinea. pe. Reg. $1 29% 95 lea. pc. reg. $159 PNOW S138 pe. set red. $399° OC riiture 909 GROVER ROAD KINGS MOUNTAIN, N. C. 28086 PHONE 739-5656 Faith That Works would fulfill His promise through. Sarah by faith endured the mockery and her faith pleas- ed God. Her faith allowed her to become an instrument for the glory of God. Lastly, Jacob’s faith gives many of us an example of how and of when to worship God. We are to worship God in the bad times as well as the good times. Worship Ged when we feel like it and when we do not feel like it. In short, we need to praise Him at all times. Jacob did this and it pleased God. After all, God is worthy of our praise. James wrote that real faith could be seen by works. Do you have real faith in God? If you do, it will work for you; it will work for God. Stir up your faith. Draw from your faith. Stir up and draw from that you will follow God’s will for your life, believe God for the needed miracle in your life and will wor- ship and praise His Holy name at all times. When we follow God, believe God and worship God, we please God. Pleasing God moves the hand of God. Therefore, faith to follow, faith to believe, and faith to worship— WORKS. Honored Rev. James W. Parks an- nounced today that seven students from David Baptist Church have been accepted for membership in The Society of Distinguished American High School students. Founded in 1968, The Society has honored some of the most outstanding high school students in the na- tion. To qualify for Society membership, a nominee must ex- cel in acaemics, extracurricular, or civic activities and be nominated by a local sponsor. Once accepted for this select honor, members become eligible to compete for college scholar- ships through The Society’s Na- tional Awards Program. This year 128 colleges and univer- sities have earmarked scholar- ship funds for Society members. Students from David Baptist Church © awarded membership ._ are: Susan Biggers, Jeff Chap: man, April Hoyle, David Pevine, Debbie Green, Susie Moore, Paul Green. The Society has also presented a National Appreciation Award to David Baptist Church, the student’s sponsor. This award was made “in acknowledgement of untiring efforts and steadfast dedication on behalf of the students from David Baptist Church.” To preserve the honor, these members’ names and their biographical accomplishments will be listed in the Society’s 1984 Membership Registry. Choir To Sing The Mt. the musical “Jesus Never Fails”, by John Lee on Saturday, June 23 at 8:00 p.m. at the Second Baptist Church, 120 Linwood Rd., Kings Mountain. The pastor, Rev. Eugene Land, along with the congrega- tion invites the public to attend. RECEIVES DEGREE Dr. Bobby Gantt, pastor of Grover First Baptist Church, recently received his Doctor of Ministry Degree from Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky. : BIBLE SCHOOL Vacation Bible School is underway June 18-22 and June 25-28 from 6 until 9 p.m. each - evening at Macedonia Baptist Church. Commencement Night is June 29th with open house at 6:30 p.m. and the program at 7 p.m. QUARTET HERE The Providers Quartet of Shelby will sing Sunday night at 7 pm. at Penley’s Chapel Methodist Church. The public is invited to attend. WKMT DEVOTIONS Rev. Robbie Moore, pastor of Oak View Baptist Church, will lead morning devotions over Radio Station WKMT each mor- ning at 9 a.m. next week. The program is sponsored by WKMT and the Kings Mountain Ministerial Association. Pleasant Baptist Church Youth Choir from Col-/ onia Heights, VA will present ihuarscay, June 14, 1954-KING Hickory Youth Choir To Perform At David David Baptist Church will have the 30 voice Youth Choir from Mt. Home Baptist Church, Hickory, N.C. Sunday, June 24th, at 7:30 p.m. They will pre- sent the Musical “Dreamin” by David Clydesdale. A selection of contemporary tunes including six solos and numerous testimonies by the youth. The choir is directed by Lanny Smith. Rev. James Parks invites the public to attend. S MOUNTAIN HERALD-Page 11B \ BIBLE DRILL Six Kings Mountain area young people were winners in the recent State Bible Drill among Baptist Churches. They were Shelley Brackett and Ashley Champion, both of Oak Grove Baptist Church, and Brian Hughes, Charlene Martin, Chad Taylor and Kelly Upton, all of Patterson Springs Baptist Church. 42 Ounce Trend 1 Box Detergent Regularly 1.39 Box. Heavy duty laundry detergent. Limit 2 boxes. DEODORANT, BAR wei 4.75 Oz. 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