The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on January 1, 1977 · Page 12
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 12

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Saturday, January 1, 1977
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B2-Palm Beach PostTrmes, Saturday, January 1, 1977 Makes Strong Communities I Sermon o the Week FAMILY WORSHIP This Series of Messages is Made Possible By These Business Firms, Whose Desire Is To Awaken Our Citizenry To Their Need For Divine Guidance. By Pastor Paul Danielson Palm Bible Chapel North Palm Beach What's Born Once nn f f I But Dies Twice? Great New Courses! Two New locations! Schumacher Buick, Inc. . . . Richard E. Schumacher Hedrick -Brown Construction Co., Inc. . . . Walter F. Brown EVENING COLLEGE of BIBLE Brighten the Winter Months with Happy Fellowship and Profitable Study, JANUARY THROUGH APRIL 19771 At Ambassador's International One of the riddles'of the Bible is that those who are only born once, die twice; while those who are born twice die but once. The following verses illustrate this hard truth: "But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burnetii with fire and brimstone: which is the second death." (Rev. 21:8). Now, by way of contrast, "Blessed and holy is he that hath part in the first resurrection: on such the second death hath no power, but they shall be priests of God and of Christ ..." (Rev. 20:6). If you look carefully at the people described in these two verses you will see that one kind has lived a natural life unto self; the other has lived a spiritual life unto Christ. The first birth and the first death are common and natural to all men. We did not choose to be born nor do we choose to die. Job desperately fluligious jVous OLD TESTAMENT SURVEY: A popular O.T. overview, using audio-visuals and artifacts from Middle East Culture. Starts Jan. 10, 9-12 AM. ROMANS-GALATIANS: Exposition directly from the Bible of these two cardinal ' N.T. books. Starts Jan. 11, 7-10 PM. 3 hours college credit. NEW TESTAMENT SURVEY: Considers every N.T. book, with charts and other audio-visuals. Starts Jan. 11, 7-10 PM. 3 hours college credit. GERALD STANTON DR. PALM BEACH COUNTY Adult Education Program (Bible as Quatllebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home . G.Earl Quattlebaum, Director Firestone Stores . and Employees Crabtree Construction Co. . . . John M. Crabtree & Employees First Marine Bank & Trust Co. . . . Directors, Officers & Staff First American Bank of North Palm Beach . . . and Employees Beehtel Jewelers, Inc. ... of West Palm Beach Knox Feed and Supply . . .Jim Knox & Employees Maslen's Dog House . . . John and Lucy Masten Lakeside Chapel . . . Arvo Paananen, Director Culligan Water Conditioning of the Palm Beaches . . . Mr. & Mrs. A. J. Brandjord and Employees Hawthorne Roofing, Heating & Air Conditioning Co. . . . E. J. Carr, Jr. & Employees Forest Hill Par-3 Coif Course . . . The Noahs and The Staff Lake Worth Couple To Be Missionaries Literature) DR. MARY STANTON iff MR ? -v ft DELRAY BEACH: ATLANTIC HIGH SCHOOL: "Old Testament" Starts Jan. 10, 7-10 PM PALM BEACH GARDENS HIGH SCHOOL: "Old Testament" Starts Jan. 12, 7-10 PM AMBASSADORS INTERNATIONAL: "The Gospels and Life of Christ" Starts Jan. 13, 9-12 PM. Community interest. PALM BEACH JUNIOR COLLEGE ... is offering "Old Testament" on campus, Thursdays 7-10 p.m. during the Winter Term. Register at PBJC January 3, 4 or 5. Dr. Mary Stanton, Teacher. tried to undo his birth but (Job 3") could not, while on the other hand Hebrews 9:27 states that, "It is appointed unto man once to die . Though the first birth and death are common and natural to all men apart from choice, the second birth and death are not. The second are spiritual and conditional according to the decision of each individual. Jesus said, "Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God" (John 3:3) To be born again is to be born from above - a spiritual rebirth that is eternal. This second birth takes place the moment I genuinely repent of my sin and wholly trust myself to the Lord Jesus Christ, who died that second death on the cross for me. As we begin 1977, it is reported that one-fourth of all Americans claim to be born again. Time will tell the reality of this figure. The all important question is you, my reader. (Deut. 30:15) "See, I have set before you this day life . . . and . . . death. Young people will meet each day from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Weekdays they are to bring a sack supper. Adults will meet at 7 p.m. Sunday and weekdays at 7:30 p.m. in the sanctuary. Nurseries will be provided. Free copies of the Book of Romans , will be given out. St. Herman's Eastern Orthodox Church, with services in the chapel of Trinity Lutheran Church, 400 S. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach, will hold its Christmas Eve service at 6 p.m. Thursday and its Christmas Day service at 10:30 a.m. Friday. The Rev. Myron Hill is priest of the church, which observes its Christmas according to the Julian calendar. A "Kids Krusade" will be presented at the Haverhill Church of God, 980 N. Haverhill Road in rural West Palm Beach, at 7:30 p.m. daily, Jan. 5-9, by Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Thrush of Tampa and their Gospel Puppets. The Krusade will feature the couple's ministries, including the use of audio and visual teaching aids of their own creation. Included will be Willie, an unruly worm; 64 bells; cow bells and Swiss bells, special lights, ventriloguism and other unusual items. The first of its weekly seasonal sacred concei ts will be held today at Bibletown Community Church, 600 NE Fourth Ave., Boca Raton, featuring the Hawaiians, two professional musicians who have been traveling throughout the mainland United States since the summer of 1969. The concert begins promptly at 7:30 p.m. All seats are ticketed. Admission is $2 and $3. Chuck Colson, the ex-White House "Hatchet Man," will appear in person at 9:30 a.m. Sunday in the main auditorium of the church, in connection with the final rally of the fourth annual Sunday School contest, "Reach Out." Chuck Colson is now involved in the work of Prison Fellowship, a ministry which grew out of his experience and the experience of others in prison. Admission is free. However, tickets will be necessary and may be secured in the church lobby. Dr. W.A. Crisweli, pastor of the First Baptist Church of about 18,000 members at Dallas, Texas, will be the featured conference speaker at Bibletown Monday through Friday. The church's annual budget exceeds $4 million, half of which is allotted to missionary, educational and benevolent causes. Testament to Music? mystery, says she has found what she regards as proof that the signs are a musical scale. In other words, she says, much of the Bible originally was sung. Mrs. Vantoura's research has caused a profound stir in both musical and religious circles in France. Some, but not all, experts agree with her findings. "I am very pleased," the pianist and organist, a jolly, youthful-looking blonde of 64 said. Carpenter's Hoofing and Sheet Metal Works, Inc. . . . Ralph G. Kemp & Employees Mather Furniture . .'. Joe Tidwell & Employees Fidelity Federal Savings & Loan Association . . George Preston Jordan Marsh . . . and Staff Atlantic Westside Bank of Palm Beach County . . . Officers arid Staff Farmer's Market Jack Sheehnn's l)rive-In Cleaners Richards . . . Management & Staff Brown Moving & Storage, Inc. . . . Directors, Officers & Staff iN'orthwood Funeral Home , . . Ernest C. Gagnon, Owner-Director Fred S. James & Co. of Fl (Formerly East Coast Guaranty Co.) and Staff Florida Chrysler-Plymouth, Inc. . . . Bob Cuillo Anderson & Carr, Inc. . . , Directors, Officers & Staff Boys Roofing & Sheet Metal . . .Victor P. Kinsey & Employee: J.M. Fields, Inc. and Employees J.J. Cater Furniture Co. . . . J.J. Cater, Jr. Holiday Inns of Palm Beach . . . John Puskar-Jim Ponce, Innkeepers llalsev & Griffith, Inc. . . . R.T. Siemon, and J.L. VVaugh, Jr. Wayne Akers Ford, Inc. . . . Wayne L. Akers First Federal Savings & Loan Association of Lake Worth . . . Directors, Officers & Staff Lainhart & Potter . . . George D. Lainhart .. . . John A. Sheffield Florida National Bank & .Trust . . . Directors, Officers and Employees Techni-Scrvices, Inc. . . . A Ivan O'Steen Marks Landscape & Paving Co. . . . Bob & Frank Marks Sevtell Hardware (Jo. . . . W. L. Sewell, Sr. pave Faith In The following dosses are in progress, Join at any time! HEBREWS: LAKE WORTH BIBLE CLASS. Our 14th year at 5404 Lake Osborne Drive. Each Wednesday 9:45 AM. Kitty Evans, hostess. ADULT BIBLE CLASS: A variety of Bible study topics; questions and discussion. Open to all. No tuition. At Ambassadors: 7:30-8:45 PM each Thursday. EPHESIANS: A Bible Study Luncheon for men and women. Verse by verse study of this outstanding book. Each Friday, noon to 1 I'M, at Ambassadors. REVELATION: Large adult Sunday School class at Briny Breezes, 9: 30-10:30 AM. flach 3 hwrt acadvmic ertdit, Miami Chrtitian Cofl9. 15 wwki. Nw low tuition, or you may audit ' no atsignmonft; no oiami. Rtgittor al opening clou. For further information, ptoaw phono 833-2455.) AMBASSADOR'S INTERNATIONAL 1111 South Flagler Drive West Palm Beach Fountain's . . . The Fountains & Staff E. Earl Smith and Sons Funeral Home . . . Sterling T. Ritchie, Director The K.H. Barto Company . . . Roy H. Barto Florida Industrial Service, Inc. . . . John M. Boise & Employees Mr. and Mrs. James Edward Whit-ed of 226 N. B St., Lake Worth, have been assigned by the General Board of the Nazarene denomination, located in Kansas City, Mo., as missionaries to Manzini in Swaziland, Africa, for a term of four years. They are to leave Jan. 20, 1977. He will be working in Africa in Raleigh-Fitkin Memorial Hospital, formerly owned by the Church of the Nazarene. In recent years it has been given to the government of Swaziland a small landlocked country just inside the southeast coast of Africa. Kathleen SuzAnne and her husband are looking forward to their new work with anticipation. She is a teacher. She received a bachelor of arts degree in English from Olivet Nazarene College in Kankakee, 111., in 1970, and formerly taught school in her hometown of Toledo, Ohio. She was an employe at The Post-Times for two years and is employed as a secretary for Equitable Life Assurance Society. Whited also was graduated from Olivet Nazarene College in 1970, with a major in chemistry. He received a post-baccalaureate degree in medical technology in 1972 from Ohio State University. He is employed as Department Head of Im-muno Hematology at Good Samaritan Hospital here in West Palm Beach. Dr. Duke K. McCall, president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky., will serve as guest teacher for studies in the book of Romans at the First Baptist Church, 400 S. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. More than 700,000 Southern Baptists traditionally study a selected portion of the Bible and this year's area of study is from the New Testament. Sessions on Sunday will include the 11 a.m. worship service; a 6 p.m. session with a recess and the 7 p.m. worship service. Monday and Tuesday the studies will be held in Room 104 at 7 p.m. The guest teacher will address the local Ministerial Association at a luncheon on Wednesday, sponsored by the 39ers, a church organization comprised largely of retirees. An in-depth study of the Book of Romans will be taught to young people and adults Jan. 9-12 at the First Baptist Church, 625 Park Ave., Lake Park. Young people (7th grade and up) will be taught by the Rev. Richard Flint, minister of youth at the First Baptist Church, West Palm Beach. The adult teacher will be Dr. Thomas Graves, professor of New Testament and philosophy at Palm Beach Atlantic College, West Palm Beach. Was Old Once Set PARIS (UPI) - The Old Testament of the bible in Hebrew has been published down through the centuries with tiny mysterious signs scattered either above or below the letters. Scholars down the years have believed that the old signs were punctuation or accent marks, or accent marks. But Suzanne Haik Vantoura, a French musician and composer who . spent four years' research on the PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS CHURCH 1958 Church Street West Palm Beach (across Okeechobee Blvd. from Palm Beach Dodge Dealership) is proud to announce The John Mathew's Family First Time in the Palm Beaches MONDAY JANUARY 3 7:30 P.M. Ridker Materials Corporation . . . M.E. Rinker Atlantic National Bank . . . Officers and Staff Howard Funeral Home . . . William N. Howard, Director Mm The John Mathew's Family, winners of the Dove Award for the most promising new talent in Gospel Music in 1973, is the fastest rising new group in the field. Consistently at the top of the gospel charts, their music is contagious, down to earth, and filled with so much talent and ability that it has gained them the praise of some of the country's most accomplished musicians. W. G. Lassiter Co., inc. . . . William G. Lassiter, Jr. Winn DixieKwik Chek Blumer & Stanton, Inc. . . . "Quality Millwork" Du rdme's . . . and All Associates Sasser's Glassworks, Inc. . . . J. Byron Sasser REVEREND JACK CARTER, Pastor, extends a warm, friendly welcome to come and enjoy an enriched evening of total pleasure, listening to this talented music group. God O Support His Cause Attend His House

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