The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 13, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 13, 1934
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FRIDAY, APRIL is, 1934 BLYTHEV1LLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGlftfft =WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON; Jesua Teaches Forgiveness The Text: KM*. U:15-» D«H«OB Sn»day SihMl LtHtr- f«r AjrH It BY WM. I. GIL*OT, O. D. MlUr *l Mnace There Is no lesson that mankind nesds more to Seam than Ule lesson of forgiveness. Forgiveness if the center and soul of (he gospel, for We gospel concerning Jesus Christ Is trie declaration of the world of Qod's mercy and of his willingness to lorgivc. if we ceiievcd that gos- pi in all Its purity and simplicity, anu took it into our lives \niii directness arid sincerity, tot- sw.nefs v;oua to* the most 6u<- tuiiuiing thing In human hie. Vet, when we contrast lm» ideal \vllii the actual picture of nfe, hoiv jjrcat is tnc discrepancy! fctvn wiose wno make me grehi.- csi profession 01 religion are est rellliou* t*oj>fe *rvo h«va|iiit In the pretence ol nrtsmness ncwr quite understood Just what forgiveness mrtns, v Peter's qu«- to Jesiu, "Lord, how oft etuM my brother sin »i«Uist me, ajui, I forgive htoi? till seven limes?" proved conclusively that he dW not undertUnd the essential nature of rforgtvenesa or the true attitude of the forgiving soul. You cannot measure out forgiveness In parcels. You cannot tay what wrongs shall be forgiven and what shall not be forgiven. If you. understand the meaning of forglvtiu'ss, it Bows toward seventy times seven offenses Just as readily as it rtpes towurd seven. Forgiveness Is a regenerale attitude ot mind and neart. It Is an enlightened condition of the soul and in which man's character lite are touched with the . w , . . H » tillu 111^ ttit: *vw/nc\4 win* n* uiion the most hard and relent- } { ^ w , letii ana uniorglvma Hi meir ai-, > » . someone lins fldne rca! or imagined tuude when uiL'm some wrong. 'ine professing Christian often can mti'iurc tor yeais resentful ana vcngeiul leclings, utterly un- nimuiui 01 his tinny prajcr to ocxl lor lorgiveness and of the law ol lorgivencss that Jesus put in the Lord's Prayer, when he taught us to piny that our tres- IK'.ssc.-; may te rorglven as we for- those who trespass against give us. Peter was typical of the earn- Forgiveness Is something that cannot, te quite reasoned, about or put in the fo'rin ol exact mathematical equations, H is not it matter of balancing n budget n enn n*vur bo an ey; for an eye an<i a tooth lor a tooth. It is always a matter of . leaving something on the credit side. The life of the true Christian is never in the red. .There is a) ways a surplus, a margin o profit, for forgiveness IB Hie pour ing out ot magnanimity of soul tile assets of the divine in human ntl slnfulneu. It Is like the grace of oca con- cnitng wllleh lite hymn writer ang: Its streams the whole creation reach So plenteous Ic lh« store Enough (or all. enouih for oacl Enough for ever more. Man is most like Ood In IU: h»racter and Mt of forgl»encss. Jesus Illustrated this again and igalu in eftcctlve stories, one o which is this story of the unjus servant, tlw man who iwrcy when he had dons wrong but who wan unwilling to give i oward one who had wrongd nim. To htm. and to all who arc l:Kc aim. Jesus gives the warning that Ihrre can be no forgiveness ol Ood for I hose who have not forgiveness In their hearts. It Is only the man who is cup- atle of forgiveness, who cnn appropriate th? richness ami full- Up&haw of Georgia Remains Firm iti Prohibition Faith BV HELEN WEI.SIflMER StA Service StafT Coirespondent NKV YORK—William U. Op- shttw sits in a Now York hotel loom ' or walks th? ManhailRit streets, pockets almost bai'e, ma •• Hcith Catolina home mortgaged. ! Ecarchiiig for someone, something winch will ylve hiin money to miry on his "lost cause"—Prb- liicition. The man who was a caiKlidat-?. ior thi presidency of ihe United Sink's wi the ITohibition party ticket in 1922, whose eight yearJ iis a member of the United Staves Congress gave him page on pagf cf publicity as the most ardent ory in ihe country, prefers his present state to the wnitc House under casting conditions, he insists.- SKKS DKV TKIUMl'II "I would rather live in a dry cottage lorever than to livy in Ihe White house as the champion of Ht|iior," he says. "Liquor Is as ban as it was oeiore it wa^ otit- luwcd. There is only one thing for the drys to do and that is to Keep on being dr/ "We will tnrov; John 6arlcy j corn from his ill-gotten throne, it LS possible \ve will hnv2 a presi- ucnt in the While House. e:CCt5d fcy the Prohibition Party, it can't te many years until liquor goes lovev'r." Congressman U0shaw, who hti.s addrcsECtl 4,000,000 r.chuol boys and girls on the -subject of sobriety tlurin; his career, wants to keep on with this work. But it takes money. "I am broke but not broken,' he says. The man v;ho rose from a Ocor- yia farm to a presidential nomination has had just one taste ol 1 liquor in his UIC: IV won rye urank the whole tottlc—on a | • dare" from another boy. Upshaw was 1C years old at thff time. A A&N snd better oil ior your fflotor—because it's Wax free and Tar/ree. We enthusiastically recommend this new HAVOLINE MOTOR OIL Qd it L tf Joyner & BonifieU Distributors Phone 558 ttfLLMM ft. UWfMW: "WV «ffl ()«%«• J»4n iMMyemi tttrai bH ed it as I w»nt«d Hoover to receive the dry vdte," recalls Op- fliaw. "When he s>ung over to the wets I accepted the 1932 nomination." Old BankMte Given T« University oi Ttxas A VETERAN CRL'SADEIl In 19C6 Upshaw first plunged into the Prohibition battle as vttd president of the Georgia Anti-Sal- toa Le;>si:e. In 1019 he tcok hLi f.cai in Congress and stayed until 1S27. when he snys lie "was defeated by an avalanche of w'ct mon:y from northern cities." "I was offered the presidential nomination In 1928 on the Prohibition Party platform but rcfus- ATJSTIN. Tex.- (OFi-Miss Winnie Allen. University of Texas archivist, found a $100 bill in a gfcup of letters snd dcJcurnehts p: Issnted the university by grand'ch._ jd'ren of AkK»rtd«r Giuaer, pioneer lumberman. The bill wns a currency note issued Dec. 22. 1864. by the Cincinnati National Bank, and still worth its face value. Miss Ann Gilmcr. New York. Ann and F. s. Fllson. 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