The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 30, 1936 · Page 3
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0, 1930 BL.YTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COUlilER NEWS Y SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON .Philip's Missionary Labors 'Continued From Pnee 1) poning" Its heavy debt for a few years, Terral observed, Terra I likened himself lo Ilucy Long ami woodrow Wilson In admitting thai he had met defeat, In other campaigns for ROVCI-HGI after having served the stii(e as cliiel executive for one I wo-year twin. He said that, like them, he v.:is still "for Ihe people." 'I'erral said lie was content to '«• called » demagogue, if for listening to the pleas of (he people In. 1 was branded with that name. He lenned a staleman as one who listened to Uic rlrii HIM mighty." Gates Also Sneaks Gales preceded Terral with a I'lia for support of his candidacy for lieutenant governor. He said he was a man who Was able lo '•liek" Harycy Couch <ind the hcaU of u big bank in his county any lime they met on' u political battleground. He said he attempted lo engineer bills (o relieve mortgaged home owners and lo pay t-teible old age pensions through Ihe state legislature but was defeated. He named two opponents,- Bob Kailey and Sam Levlne, as men . who had- Mocked legislation he • had offered in behalf "or Ihe pco- As lo liis third opponent Harvey Coombs, Gates charged lhat Ccombs had given a Chicago book publishing house a contract to provide sets of school books for Arkansas schools al 52.5^ a set when the same set was sold in other states for' $2.%. If elected Gales said he would see that books were secured for 70 cents a set. He referred to Levlne as a Harvey Couch "employe." J. Oscar Humphrey, candidate lor state auditor, also suoke briefly. 1!V WM. K. OII.UOV, ». It. Kditur of Advance i It Is In the very nature rf I ChrislinnHy i 0 grow and spread. When a Christian experience becomes limited lo an Individual, or confined lo a single community, It ceases 10 be Christian. j There can be no such thing as a narrow or limited Christianity. If ihe Gospel of ChvM tells of the love of a gracious Ciod whose presence and (lower (ill Ihe whole universe, there can be no individual in (his world lo whom, or no Place in ihis world to which, Hint I Gc el Is not related. The impulse to tell the good news riuicklv became manifest In Ihe Christian church, and here In our lesson we have nn instance cf the Gospel transcending ihe color line. Philip, a Christian chciple, was moved to go toward the south in the desert laud lying I between Jerusalem and Ga?a « • * f The lesson says that rm angel of the Lord spake unto Philip. ,Just how, we do not know. The Important thing is that Philip heai-tl this Inward voice, and went. There In the desert he found an Ethiopian—a man of great ' authority under, Candaee, queen I ol the Ethiopians, in charge of 'nil her treasure—who had come to Jerusalem to worship, and who was reading Uic prophecv of Isaiah. That same inward voice of the spirit (old Philip to go near and make the acquaintance of the Ethiopian. Philip did so. and began an Interesting conversation, liy Inquiring whether Ihe great man understood what he was inljht have resented the intrusion but Hie Ethiopian was si-eat in soul as well us in position mid [lower, , "Ifow can I," he replied "ex-' cepl someone shall guide hie?" He invited Philip to come and sll beside him. Whereupon Philip expounded ihe passage that Ic'lls of the servant of Jehovah, led is a sheep to Ihe slaughter. I H was an apt and convenient! text for Philip to expound to the EthloDiaii-thc story of the Hie death, and resurrection of Jesus.' Tne Ethiopian proved a very ready and worthy disciple, unit as they came 10 water he suggested thai nt should be baptized. What controversial sermons have iwen based upon ihis passage lo prove either thai sprinkling or immersion, was the mode by which AGONY GONE: The Private For mulaofthc world's largest rectal institution, for quick relief from PII.ES. MONEY BACK Guarantee Ihe rite was exercised! Port'inale- ly. for thv most purl. In Hie Christian church, "we have got ten >yond ilml. I In the study of this lessen we shall not , concentrate upon such 1 controversial nnd secondary Is- 1 sues, but shall fix our intention,, rather, upon ihe grent, Important facts Hint Christians have so 1 olten neglected— that -there Is no 1 racial or color line in Otxl's view 01 man. dial the Ciospol Ihnl has| power to transform (he . life of one sort of man has equal power to transform the life of another, nnd thai, rcfjnvlcss of race, situation. and climate, wherever the 1 Gospel spreads and Is manifest, n love and grace, It produces new lives and new conditions. Head Courier News want Ads. PATH ENDED QUICKLY , AiaMablafor ' Tiara onlr ia TIIOUNTON & M1N011 p.llenu, tbU aooUilnir olnt. ment eDda the pnln and inflammation, tha HIE. "* *" d '" hln * °* ' Alk for TUORNTON 4 MINOR PILE OINTMENT. reading. A man of smaller caliber! RobinSOn Drug Co. ' FACTORY TRAINED RADIO EXPKRT Now available for repairs "it all niiilios of radios. 14 Years Experience Phone 233 Henry S. 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