The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 23, 1968 · Page 25
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
November 23, 1968

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 25

Publication:
Location:
West Palm Beach, Florida
Issue Date:
Saturday, November 23, 1968
Page:
Page 25
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 25 article text (OCR)

Palm Beach Post-Times 25 Saturday, Nov. 23, 1968 fir CUT A AT rVAMUTV I MM m This Series of Messages Is Made Possible By These Business Firms, Whose Desire Is To Awaken Our Citizenry To Their Need For Divine Guidance Florida' Industrial Service Inc. . . . John Boise Xechni-Serrlces, Inc. . . . Alvan O'Steen NORTH PALM BEACH DEDICATION SUNDAY B. D. Cole, Inc. '. . . Bert D. Cole Carpenter's Roofing and Sheet Metal Works, Inc. . . . Floyd A. Carpenter & Employees First American Bank of North Palm Beach . . and Employees T f m f. "V Arnold Construction Co. . . . C. E. Waters t t a. V. Felder Bell, Inc. . . . Lloyd C. Bell & Employees Wayne Akers Ford, Inc. . . and Employees J. M. Fields, Inc. . . . Ray Pearson & Employees Sea Breeze-Holiday Inn Hotels t . . Frank Williams, Gen. Mgr. . . . Sam Gregory, Inn Keeper S & S Cafeteria . . . R. M. Lesley & Employees Firestone Stores . . . Gary Clark guv, Burdine's Gordon Koehler & Associates Kinker Materials Corporation . . . M. E. Rinker i. ffs The R. H. Barto Company . . Roy H. Barto When the First Presbyterian Church in North Palm Beach dedicates their new chapel Sunday it will mark the fulfillment of a dream started in 1962 when the church was formed as a mission of Memorial Presbyterian Church of' West Palm Beach. Former ministers will take part in the services at the church located on Prosperity Farms Road just north of lighthouse Drive, said pastor the Rev. James F. Anderson. The new chapel and church school building were designed by Peacock & Lewis, A1A, Palm Beach architects and constructed by T. G. Brown, lake Clarke Shores builder. The dedication Sunday is part of a series of opening services for the church. Wednesday at 7 p.m. there will be a Thanksgiving Communion with Mrs. Cheryl Shropshire as guest soloist and J. David Anderson as guest organist. On Dec. 1 at the 11 a.m. worship service the Riviera Beach High School advanced mixed chorus, under direction of William Goode, will present a special Thanksgiving musical program. Bechtel Jewelers, Inc. of West Palm Beach Perinl Land & Development Co, . . . Louis R, Perini, Jr. Blumer & Stanton, Inc. . . . "Quality MUlwork" PASTOR JAMES F. ANDERSON Hedrick-Brown Construction Co., Bio . . . Walter F. Brown- Marian's Pharmacy 826 Belvedere Road . . . Mrs. Marian Williams Sasser's Glassworks, Inc. ... J. Byron Sasser FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN NORTH PALM BEACH, FLORIDA Sunday School Lesson By EARL L. DOUGLASS The hippies, the yippies, the flower people, and the protestors earning signs saying "Make Love, Not War" have had so much to say about love lately that some people have come to believe that love is the special property of youth and protest groups. Perish the thought! Love is a commodity in which all men, young and eld. rich and poor, have every right to share in which, indeed, all must share if there is ever to be a truly happy world. The blessing which love can bring- to men and women, as veil as the tragedy which is caused by hate, is the subject of this week's International Sunday School Lesson, "Love One Another." The emotions of love and hate are opposites. and most people go through life strongly moved by one or the other, or, at different times, by both. Those who are capable of neither love nor hate, but are passively neutral, are in a special category to be pitied. In his immortal poem "The Inferno," the great Italian poet Dante represented such apathetic people in a special circle outside hell, not good enough to get into heaven, but not bad enough to deserve the worst punishments. Most of us. however, are committed, to some degree of love or hate. To be caught up in a prolonged spell of hatred is a damaging experience for a human being. Hatred poisons personal relationships in all directions. The man who truly hates spreads his bitterness wherever he goes. Those who might have become his friends or benefactors are repelled by his hostility and anger. Some may fear him. and others may despise him, but no one wants him around. Even worse than the damage which hate does outside is the damage it does inside. Mentally and physically, the man who devotes himself to a powerful hatred suffers for it. Aggression, guilt, hostility, fear, and insecurity plague him. The animosity he feels toward others makes him imagine that others hate him. and thus he cannot know peace or contentment. Intense hatred may lead to ulcers, high blood pressure, nervous spasms, and other physiological problems. The man who hates carries within himself a perpetual flame which eats away at him and consumes him. How well the founders of Christianity understood such truths about human nature! In the New Testament. John writes. "He that hatcth his brother is in darkness, and walketh in darkness, and knoweth not whither he goeth, because that darkness hath blinded his eves." Instead of hatred, John reminds his followers, what is needed is love. "For this is the message that ye heard from the beginning, that we should love one another." Love is at the center of the Christian faith without it there can be no happiness or meaning on earth, and no salvation hereafter. Love works on all levels of our lives, and it is the only catalyst that will make all levels woik as they should. It is the basis of family living. Without love, home is either a prison or a battleground, and husbands and wives, or parents and children, are aggressors or victims in an endless struggle. Only when love prevails will order be restored in the communities of our nation. During the past several years we have all had the chance to see how hatred works as a social philosophy. When men truly love one another, and car for their neighbors as for themselves, there will b! no strikes, no riots, no slums, and no hunger. It is men's failure to love which causes these troubles now. John asks, "But whoso hatt this world's goods, and seeth his brother have need, and shutteth up his bowels of compassion from him. how dwellcth the love of God in him?" The key to understanding and solving the problems that distress our society is love. With men's love for each other comes the knowledge of human needs and capabilities which produces social progress. "He that loveth his brother abideth in the light." When we love sufficiently, we have the power and perseverance and insight to seek and find the answers to our questions and the cures for our Ills. It is only when we do not care about each other, that we are willing to let the evils go unremedied. The basic reason why love between human beings is so important and can accomplish so much is that human love is a reflection and off spring of God's love. Only when we know and believe in God's love for us can we love others iis we should. Jesus linked .these kinds of love permanent-V and untorgettubly when He faid that the first command-nient was to love God. and the second, to love our neighbor s ourself. These are the two (greatest laws of lif. Knox Feed and Supply . . . Jim and Eddie Knox Marks Landscape & Paving Co. . . . Bob & Frank Marks Fidelity Federal Savings & Loan Association . . . George Preston Bates Tire Stores, Inc. . . . Sherman N. Bates & Employees Brubaker Music Company . . . Glenn E. Brubaker, Bob Johnson Cochrane Buick Company . . . Edward H. Cochrane Boys Roofing & Sheet Mefal . . . Victor P. Kinscy & Employees W. G. Lassiter Co., Inc. . . . William G. Lassiter. Sr. & Jr. First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. of Lake Worth . . . R. E. Branch Crabtree Construction Co. . . . John M. Crabtree & Employees Arrow Electric Company . . . Vincent L. Burkhardt Halsey & Griffith Inc. . . . Jim Waugh, Sr. '"nu? iir i rr ; ; :- .' ' i r ,4l i , 1 " i .v ' -. tV.;-i-ii.','i-t.r ;' ' ' W - IS & irt. k ' "'1'55: f : tfirt FU3t 4 ' ''S.W ,1-f iiiii1i'r"-T-1"' . . r t. Illflf .t nm ,nl tirnu..j-.- 1: FIRST BAPTIST CI1UUCII , I 625 PARK AVE LAKE PARK, FLA. Atlantic National Bak . . . H. C. Smith Palm Beach Office Supply . . . E. C. Boozer, Fred Griffith Anthony's . . . The Anthony Brothers Florida National Bank & Trust . . . Directors, Officers and Employees Lainhart & Potter . . . Donald C. Lainhart, John A. Sheffield Mather Furniture . Joe TIdweJl Employees Angellnda's Guaranty Restaorant . . . Angelo & Linda Buscaglia Professional Telephone Service of the Palm Beachei 429 Palm Street I. ' Jfff i Hawthorne Roofing, Ilcaring & Air Conditioning Co. . . . Henry J. Delburn THIS CHURCH IS HERE TO HELP YOU . . . ASK .... . td right quMtions about kM am) others that will point th way lo Godj SEEK .. . in th Bible God'i elf-distlosurt in history, expliolly in the lite, death, and resurrection of Jesui Christ. Only . , .,.,, .here will you find the answer to your real life needs) KINOLK . , where the door will always be opened, and you will always bt accepted in the Spirit of Cod's holy love ond grace J. FENTON MOORHEAD, PASTOR Sewell Hardware Co. ... Mr. W. L. Sewell, Sr. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF LAKE PARK Forest mil Par-S Golf Course ... The Noah's and the Staff 7 Guwcli Weeds IJou 0 o JJou Ifjeed IJour Giurcli our M"ini!iiini!'!"!'l'i!llrl!!IJ mm WMwmmmmmi iiuiilliliiiiii H'lll'"'M'nnM)mil; " .iMi..i.muiiiiiHlllllii inHMllillllijHIIII'.iiillUiiii illllHlil!'lllll!i!rilllil!llW!!lllll!llli iiiiiilliiHiipliiiiiiit iiiiii; liiiaiiiiiiiiiim I

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page