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June 10, 1955

The Mexia Daily News from Mexia, Texas · Page 2

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THE MEX1A DAILY NEWS, MEXIA, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JUNE 10, 1955 -PAGE TWO BRING A FRIEND TO CHURCH WITH IttXlA STATt SCHOOL TO*. W. B, Hammond, chaplain Worship service at 0:15 a.m. Sunday for ladles. Services at 6:30 p.m. for boys girls. k ;/PnjNir service Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. The public is Invited to attend all JMVices. CHURCH OF CHRIST ,MUatn at Bcmham ,, /. B. Lamb. mlnUtot 'Sunday: ,49:00 a.m. Bible School. • ^iliOO 'a.m. Morning Worship. 'MOO p.m. Churches of Christ Salute you with the "Herald of atrilth" over WBAP, Fort Worth. 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship. Mohday: J#0 p.m. Ladies 1 Bible Class. Wednesday: 7;00 p.m. Bible Study. CHURCH OF CHRIST <*UKiMMy at Hopkim VaM McCfermick, Minister Sunday— Morning woruhip 10:30 a.m. Evening worship 7:30 p.m. •Wednesday: Midweek service 7:30 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH HfdCiattty at Tr.rii '•**, Cadi MeB«th. patter Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship at 10:55 a.m. Training Union at 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship at 8:00 p.m. Wednesday — Prayer meeting .«t"7:30 p.m. Officers and Teachers .meeting at 8:00 p.m. Choir practice at 8:45 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE How the real man of God's creation is divinely protected, maintained, and sustained will be V brought out • in the Lesson-Ser- raon entitled "Qod the Preserver • of, Man" at Christian Scie0.ce ser- :vicei iSunday. K*ynoting the Lesson-Sermon is the Golden Text from Isaiah <U&,2,.-3): "When thou passest through the waters, I will be with cthee; and through the rivers, they shall not overflow thee;-»-.i (When thou walkest through the /' fire,'thou shalt not be burned;neither shall the flame kindle upon thce. For I am the Lord thy dod, the Holy One of Israel, thy Saviour." . . Among the passages to be read frttm "Science and Health with JOv.-to the Scriptures" by Mary i Baker Eddy is the following (151: aa«f): "The divine Mind that •made man maintains His own image and likeness." The Scriptural selections will include the following from Psalms (40:11): "Withhold not thou thy tender mercies from me, O Lord: •let -thy loving kindness and thy truth continually preserve me." CHRIST EPISCOPAL SOS East Commerce 'Father Fleener of Hubbard will hold a cpmmunion service at 7:30 a.m. Sunday. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH MO £aat Carthage ,Ra». W. C. Easton Jr.. patter This church welcomes all to its services . •Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. Morning worship at 11 a.m. "Evening service at 7:30. J^w a, ca&e- •• '&>; ** .«* :& v -^, &, ^~* £ ^^i SJ M£ THE of a new family *'™ v _ he churc h, altar, They have stood before t <0 . Goa . piling themselves to «chotf»r an i- The Chi •or on ea character civiS nei ' her ' imnzation can >verv ri ;Jl U _ r E0 ""d «••*• mere are !„ " f«dSons why every per E ° Und clt?" ir ' e9 Tt!H s 7F; "r nis own sato /o, ^ "' children's sake* (Ij Fo ' For hi = th ,ther in the Church. I»T ^ cak e, recaption later when tnej . ^ noth . ^ there w.s liar*Jar-•«« If«^ retu rn but love around tnero. always , »**•* , -, . diririavS. incy ••• their church on >> unoay ' . own figures, .in their minds' eyes tb«r^ ^ ^ y mding be!ored *J eth at the Church vill a} wa y s , ^ : -i=::'i :.#" k 10 |ri3^ ay I'S?:/".^.'"". 'I Sat --•wiiuay Tu« day 'uesday . Mark y 3 ^^a ians » ^-Ay::, 1 ?^^! Verses 18-25 7-16 2-12 9-18 12-20 10-17 12-22 ffiWiJ- Jm Copyright W6, Kelnter Ailv. Service, StrasW K , Va. ^ -,•— c \\ t i, 1 ,/ Weekly Bible Comment By William E. Oilrey. D. D. Is there a beat in ihe Bible? someone may ask. Is not the Bible all good? YM, th» Biblt is mil good in what it tells us concerning God. But I have recently written of the Bible as a great book of truth and realism concerning man. In its great honesty that truth and realism depicts man in all his evil, as well as in his capacity of good. Anyen* who feu bora Btudying in the Books of Kings and Chronicles need not be reminded of the pages that reek in the blood of slaughter and assassination (See such passages as ll Chronicle* 28:6-8 and II Chronicles 22: 10 and 23:15, among many). Appreciation of th» Bibto't honesty in recording facts as they were cannot make the record of evil pleasurable, and the Bible would not be what it is, if it were only the story of man's evil and of kingly failure. So there is a best in the Bible; to be constantly sought and borne in mind and heart as one reads the sadder and grimmer pages. That bast in the Bible is found even near the records of iniquity, in individuals and kings who did righteously in evil times, in prophets who rebuked the sin in kings and peoples with. fearless proclamations of the judgment of God, and in saints who lived lives of holy contemplation and aspiration. It u my own feeling that courses of study in the Old Testament, particularly of such Books as Kings and Chronicles, should be interspersed with much study and reference to the New Testament. I question the wisdom of carrying children, and even adults, through )ong weeks of unbroken study of records of so much evil, although I recall that when my nephews and nieces used to spend the summers with me, and I read the Bible in daily family devotions, they used to say: "Read the Old Testament, Uncle." I suspect ihat thty enjoyed the stories of wars and adventures, of which there are plenty. There is in most young folk, and perhaps in older folk, too, an interest in books like Treasure Island, in pirates, and adventurous rascals, without any intention of being rascals themselves, and perhaps with little realization of the bloody and violent backgrounds. Whether or not it is a rather harmless, or a deplorable, interest, I don't know. It may be only an infusionfof something different into one's normal life and environment. Some very good and harmless people take a great, interest in mystery stories about crime and murder. Bui I have a feeling ihat' every Bible lesson, whatever its theme, ought to have injected into it some teaching about Jesus, and something about the teaching of Jesus. It ought to be Christian as we]] as Biblical. For those who may feel as I do there is something of interest and profit in a recent book of seventeen sermons, nine of them "based on the Beatitudes, and the other eight on sayings and experiences of Jesus. Their author is Dr. Frederick M. Meek, Minister of the Old South Church, in Boston. Dr. Meek has jusi com* through a tragic experience, which fortunately has had a happy ending. A throat infection imposed upon him a complete and unbroken silence for six months. He has recovered and recently returned to his pulpit. His book of sermons is aptly entitled The Life thy Live; they are essentially helps toward living it. This, and a former book of sermons, Monday to Friday Is Not Enough, are published by the Oxford University Press. ASSEMBLY OF GOD Milam at Red River M«y. A. R. Vaughan, pasior Sunday School at 9:45. Morning worship at 11:00. Christ Ambassadors at (i:Hn. Evangelistic service at 7:30. Mid-week prayer service Wednesday at 7:30. HOHTH8IDE BAPTIST CMUMCH Kaufman at Alice fUv. John Douglas, pasior Sunday: Prayer service at 9:00 n.m. Sunday school nt 9:30 a.m. Preaching service at 11:00 a.m. Prayer service at 6:00 p.m. Song service at 7:30 p.m. Preaching service at !5:0() p.m. Wednesday: Prayer service at 7:00 p.m. MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 203 East Titus Street H«v. Joe Brooks, pasior Sunday School tit 10:00. Morning Worship at 11:00. Bible Study at 7:30. Evening Service at-0:00. Wednesday night service at 8:00. 8T. MARY'S CATHOLIC ROT. F. J. O'Connor, Pasior Mass 1st, 3rd, and 5th Sunday 7:30. Mass 2nd and 4th Sunday, 9:00. Benediction Sunday night 7:30. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Caeil M. Ellis, pastor Church School 9:40 a.m. . Morning Worship 10:fiO o'clock. Athem: "Garden of Peace and Prayer." Message: "Paul, The Apostle", Dub King. Hugh Pcn- dleton, presiding. Vacation Church school begins at the Sunday School hour Sun- da.y. Week-day classes, 8-10:30 a.m. Intermediate MYF Vesper Service 5:30 p.m. •Senior MYF 6:30—Meet at church' 1 and gO'to Mrs. J. E. Urschel's for Vesper service. Monday: 3:00 WSCS Circles meet. 7:15 p.m. Steward's meeting. Tuesday: 9:00 a.m. Moclie Morton Circle meets at the church. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Disciples of Christ Main at Bonham Charles ' A. Davis, Minister This Week's Calendar Sunday— / • Church school 9:45. Morning worship 10:45, "The New Birth." Evening worship 7:30. Tuesday— Scout Meeting 7:00. Mr. J. C. Hawkins, Scoutmaster. Wednesday— Choir Rehearsal 7:30. Mrs. B. O. Barnott, Choir Director. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Carthage at Bonham Rtv. Edwin Mays, Pastor Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Morning worthip, 10:50 a.m. Sermon topic: "What the Bible Teaches About Salvation.' 1 Training Union at (i:4f> p.m. Evening service at fi p.m. Topic: ."Humility, a Neglected Ally." This Poge Published Each Week in the Interest of the Churches of Mexia and is Being Sponsored by The Following Individuals and Business Establishments McKEITH PONTIAC KAHMEB-FMII.LIPS TMW KcKENZIE.MOTOR COMPANY Maxia, Tax«s LEON FLATT. STATIONER M«xlc. Taxaa WESTERN AUTO STORE "Th« Gi«0n Corner" FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mania. Yaxaa C. PENNEY COMPANY

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