The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 24, 1952 · Page 5
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Baytown, Texas
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;hurch THE BAYTOWK 5UN, SATURDAY, MAY 2<; ' r 1 f>) ',, Rev. Eastman To ? \ Continue Series ? breakfast For Trinity Men St. Paul Lutheran | L ast Corporate Communion Planned T 0 ^ Signing -hurcbmea will hold a Several members of the class will ' Irimty r mmunion and break- be baptized at 10 a.m. W° rale m Sunday at Trinity The Associated Women will meet 45*. at 8 *: ,' h The rector, Rev. at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Guild - ... ... tl __ roomj wjth the presidenfc> Mrg William Douglas, in charge. The - - - North" will be Henckell " , will be the Gorr- WaIter u 1 Garner, T. P. Gor- William Douglas, i tyrant- "LJT^s George Meason film, "Light of the r^y'.B. ** che ile will be in shown. Choir rehearsal will be held T ° mn lh breakfast. This will at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. & ^Corporate Communion flO iflj* ^^ ... * Tl Of Constitution St. Paul's Lutheran Church will A ^ ^ r will be £ Stephen Linscott, irr y Mason and „ as acolytes. The the' direction of "woason with Mrs. Ray M6 Tgan, will sing "He Broadcast Opens Sunday Services ^jlbeheld^fier e aiv d , Esther Robson as hos- and Bible class at 9:30 a.m. The ro «t with the younger .< O f the confirmation class "the church school hour. ollz Closes Out Year Here Clyde D. Foltz will cele- 'tomorrow his third year e£ r of Fjrst Christian church, r you?" This theme will be in fcttction with Memorial day end fc] mdude the question, "What LjAmwlcE mean to you?" school begins at 9:45 f the Central Assembly of God Church will begin with the broadcast of "Morning Meditations" at 8:30 a.m. Sunday over KREL. Rev. C. G. ing at both the 11 a.m. worship service in the moriing and the 7:30 evening. Sunday school services will begin at 9:45 a.m. The loyalty campaign is still in progress in the Sunday school and the theme for this Sunday is "Loyalty to the Church." Regular mid-week services are held at the church at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and the young people have charge of the service at 7:30 p.m. Friday. At 9:30 a.m. Thursday the Women's Missionary Council meets at the church. Riggs Speaker First Baptist Rev. Myrl Eastman will preach the third in a series of sermons on the Holy Ghost at services tomorrow at Congregational Methodist church. Sermon subject will be "Dwelling With the Holy Ghost." Sunday school begins at 9:45 e.m. with C. H. Davis, superintendent, in charge. Miss Jarvis Eastman and Miss celebrate the eighth anniversary of *J yrl A ^ n Eastman will present the signing of the constitution the s P CCIal music. Sunday. A special anniversary ves- Miss Billy Jean McDaniel will per service will be held at 4 p.m. preside for the young: people's Rev. George Reck, pastor of Zions meeting at 6 •a.m. Sunday. Ken- Lutheran church of Houston and netn Davis will present the pro- first vice president of the Texas S r am end Mrs. Aline Norris will District of the American Lutheran church, will be the guest speaker. Special music will be provided by Mrs. Roy E. Cochrum and DeWitt Barron. At the 10:45 a.m. servic,. Rev, Karl H. Bracker, pastor, wili deliver the sermon on the subject "The Open Door to the Future." Mrs. W. B. Killough will be at the organ and Winston Mettke will serve as acolyte. E. H. Eschenburg will be in charge of SAVANNAH, Ga. — (UJ>) — Rufus ushering. Roper testified in court here he A congregational picnic will fol- had robb ed Peter to pay Paul, low the morning service. It will be . R °Per said he stole $250 from a held on the church grounds. n 'ghtclub to pay a lawyer who had Recreation is beiri"g provided for defend ed him in an earlier'bur- all ages. glary case. The church school will meet at 9:30 a.m. in the Educational build- Jng.^Rueben F. Pfennnig, superintendent, will be in charge. Rev. Osfeen 1 To Report On Convention There will be no night services. Women's Missionary Society will meet at 9 a.m. Tuesday. Prayer meeting will be at 7:30 service the P ' m ' Wednesday* Mrs. T* B^.. ft . I 10 r8V r8Ul Rev. John H. Osteen, who has just returned from* the Southern Baptist Convention in Miami, Fla., will preach twice this Sunday at the Central Baptist Church. His morning message will be the subject "Are You A Thief." At 7:45 p.m. he will preach on the question "Are You A Gambler." Keith Dutson will direct the music and Miss Margaret Brantley will play the piano. The yearly daily vacation Bible school will be conducted June 9-20. Mrs. L. V. Lawhon and Mrs. J. M. Lilly are the directors. The church is planning for the largest attendance yet in this school. Every child up through the age of 16 no matter what his denominational affiliation is welcome to attend. Fo*.further information, call 5176. The fortress of Sacsahuaman in Peru, which is .still standing, was built by the Irica Indians to guard Cusco, leading city of the Inca realm. Have You Seen The Church To Be McCleskey's Topic Rev. Wayne H. McCleskey, pastor, will preach Sunday at St. Mark's Methodist church using the theme "Have You Seen the Church?" There will be an 8:45 and 10:55 a.m. service tomorrow with Mrs. Herbert Klssick as soloist. She will sing "The Twenty-Third Psalm" by Malotte. St. Mark's will dismiss night services for the baccalaureate service at Memorial stadium. On life's Purpose' "Life's Purpose" will be the subject of the Sunday morning sermon at the Redeemer Lutheran church. The worship service begins at 10:30 a.m. with the pastor, Rev. E. F. Lange, in charge. The Sunday school and Bible classes are scheduled to meet at 9:30 a.m. under the eupervision of Norman Luker, superintendent The last of a series of night services will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. The pastor will speak on the Bible topic, "The Last Judgment." More than 5,71^,000, persons in. the United States 'are; employed in manufacturifig, selling; 'servicing and operating motor trucks™ 'equivalent to one out of every '11 worker*., - < tv \j " < ^ Services At DD Assembly Of God For Presbyterians Sunday FIRST CHURCH CHRIST, SCIENTIST- Services Sunday—11 A.M* Sunday School—9:30 A.M. Wednesday Meeting—8 P.M. Reading Boom. Located ^ at Jttichigan and Nevada £r Streets, Open 1:30 to 4:30 P31 Mondays - Thursdays - Fridays Wed. Hours 7 to-7:45 PJVI. ; , The Chukar partridge, a native of India, is being raised on state game farms in Oregon on an experimental basis. "Footprints of a Madman" will be the sermon subject of visiting Evangelist O. F. Capers at the tent revival services tomorrow at the Decker Drive Assembly of God church. "Messages of Faith" broadcast sponsored by the church can be heard Sunday at 7:30 p.m. over KRCT. Sunday school begins at 9:45 a.m. and Christ Ambassadors at 6:45 p.m. Church services are at 11 a-m. and 7:45 p.m. "Little Rooms Where New Worlds Are Made" will be the sermon subject of Rev. M., E. McPhail at the 11 a.m. service Sunday at First Presbyterian church. The choir, under the direction T. P. Seal, will sing "To Thee We Sing" by Tkach. Sunday school will begin at 9:30 a.m. There will' be no night service. Open house at the new home of the pastor will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Sunday. The house is at 905 West Murrill. A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU AT THE Church Of Christ 7th STREET AT DAVIS ROAD Lord's Day Services 10:30 A.M. and 7:00 P.M. Wednesday Service 7:00 P.M. Strictly New Testament Teaching and Practice. ifnere will be no night services. |?Ir. Karl Bracker, pastor of St ft Lutheran church will be sker for the Laymen's League Jr at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the And Body' Sermon Text • I Jfjskind's salvation is insepara- ft from a right understanding of ! Maker, God—an understanding i begin to gain today—points line lesson-sermon titled "Soul d Body" to be read in the Bay- i Christian : Science church to- roT. [fe Golden Text states, "Bless pLcrd, 0 ray soul: and all that i me, bless his holy hatrie" 103:1). [Farther stressing that salvation j is understanding God are these frtris from the Bible: "Look un=e, and be ye saved, all the fa of the earth: for I am God, there is none else" (Isaiah f?' Itroa the Christian Science text- iil be read" this statement: will 'at length compel us . a exchange the pleasures and for the joys of Soul" and Health with Kev to |t Scriptures, by Mary Baker~Ed- Jfe390). lataa Is Tops In Enforcement 2CAGO -(HE)— Oklahoma was winder for the fourth P-pt year as the outstanding " l " state Sn the field of enforcement in the tonal Association of Chiefs "2ee competition. Fa Sooner state shared the title Y«« in 1948, the first year ^wciaUon made the award Ijja undisputed winner in 1949' City was named the dty in the 200,000 to population bracket, and the top city in the next Charles Riggs, member of Billy Graham crusade team, will speak at the 11 a,m. service tomorrow at the First Baptist Church. Riggs is assistant director of "follow-up" work for the crusade. He will be in Houston after the crusade closes to assist churches in enlisting people having made decisions for Christ during the campaign. Fort Worth is Rigg's hometown and California is his native state. Riggs will also have charge of the devotional period at the Sunday school hour at First Baptist. Faith Temple Holds Services tomorrow at Faith Temple will begin with Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. and regular church service at 11 a.m. The young people will meet at 6:30 p.m. Kenneth Trby is leader and Victor Blakeney secretary- Men's fellowship begins at 6:30 p.m. and the night church service at 7:30 p.m. Beginning next Sunday the Bailes Brothers will be singing for the services. ~ "Thine Is the Kingdom," a religious film, will be shown at 7:45 p.m. Friday at the church. Rev. Jack Sparling of Houston will preach at Cedar Bayou Methodist church tomorrow in the absence of the pastor, Rev. John W Mills. Rev. Sparling has served as pastor of Methodist churches in Mont Belvieu, Alvin, Huntsville and Jacksonville. During World War H he served as a Navy chaplain. Services began at 10:50 a.m. There will be no night services. Ho Evening Service At Grace Methodist Rev. M. S. Jordan will preach at S:30 and 10:45 a.m. tomorrow at Grace Methodist church. Rev. J. A, Brannen will preach to the young people in the parlor of the church at^ 10:45 ajn. Rev. Jordan %vi 11 preach on "Small Profits" at both 'services. The 10:45 a_m. service will be broadcast'over KREL.:Bennie Middaugh will sing "Largo" at the 8:30 a.m. ^service and the church choir will sing "I Will Life Up Mine Eyes" at 10:45 e_m. service. Church school will begin at 9:45 a.m. There will not be any evening service because of baccalaureate services to be at Memorial Stadium. N Girl Wins Top iAtMcMurry . -3—A blind, 22-year- '"t from Sweetwater is bonor graduate at Mc- F* College. ^ Sue French, w *.o had a '•£*£$* for four years work. ifirSLS^ hi %^ S 5 h °- Man Heads Shrine Group REASON NO. 1 — It Is Christ's Command Ministers should preach of the great commission given by the Lord Jesus Christ, and divine healing is included in the great commission! "Go ye into the world and preach the gospel to every creature." "He that believeth arid is baptized shall be saved . . ." "And these signs shall follow them that believe: THEY SHALL LAY HANDS ON THE SICK, AND THEY SHALL RECOVER." Hark 16, 15, 18. Note: THE SAME ^COMMISSION TO PREACH THE GOSPEL AND BAPTIZE WITH WATER, .ALSO INCLUDES HEALING THE SCK! In the same great commission listed in Matthew 28, 19 Christ said: "Go ye therefore, and teach all ntaions, baptizing them . . ." "Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you, and lo I am with you ALWAYS even unto the end of the Age." The absurdity of teaching that divine healing was only for national Israel is ridiculous because any unprejudiced Bible teacher knows that the Great Commission (which includes divine healing) was for the entire church age. THEREFORE: No minister can fulfill the Great Commission, unless he prays for the sick! Remember: If divine healing was only for national Israel, water baptism was only for national Israel! If divine healing was only for the early Church Age. a "Born Again" experience was only for the early Church age! REASON NO. 2 — God Has Always Used Miracles / Because the whole structure of the Christian religion is based on the miraculous. Here is why: We have a miraculous Bible ... 66 books written by.many different authors over a period of 1500 years . .,. The Bible has withstood every attack, while other books and theologies have passed away. Christ had a miraculous birth . . . not conceived by man, but by the-Holy Spirit Christ had a miraculous baptism with the Spirit . . . The Holy Spirit de- . scended in the form of a dove. k Christ had a miraculous life ... A demonstration of one miraculous work •• after another. Christ had a miraculous death ... At Calvary the rocks rent (a great ~ earthquake, darkness covered the earth three hours.) Christ had a miraculous resurrection . . . rose from the grave, breaking the" Roman seal on the door of the sepulcher. Christ had a miraculous ascension . ... was bodily taken into heaven. - • Christ will have a miraculous coming again . . . He shall "Descend from heaven .. ." If the days of miracles are over, then God no longer answers prayers . . . Why pray? For praying is foolish! . . . But God answers prayer! "Ask and ye shall receive." THEREFORE: The preacher or Christian who denies the miraculous, denies Christianity!, The' preacher or Christian who rejects the supernatural, rejects the religion •he professes to embrace. Try Sun Classified Ad CURLEY KAYOE —by Sam Leff EITHER CURLY KAYGE PLAYS OPPOSITE ME IN MY NEXT- OR THERE WON'T BE A NEXT// * YOU CAN'T 'MAKE SUCH A WILD PEMAND ON THE STUDiO, SHELLEY.' NOW BE SENSIBLE SHELLEY — CURLY ISN'T I AN ACTOR f BESIDES, WE J DON'T HAVE ANY STORY THEN GET ONE WRITTEN .QUICK! SURE, SURE ANYTHING 5-SAY.' By MARGE four years work. LITTLE LULU ( GO BACK FARTHER.-} FARTHER... j ' E>O YOU WANT A SHOT OF MY CHA/APiCNSHiP .SKATING FOR/A £ P1C?N ; T HAVE ' IN M1NP AS SLJSJECT/.p^ __ - -**. — i ' Texas Shrine As- 6,000 a two-day roO BAP THIS CAMERA'S f do not place over-emphasis on Divine Healing! Salvation and a "Born Again" experience is placed before healing for the body! I do not make unwise claims, I do not heal the sick. 1 do pray the prayer of farth. 'GOD HEALS THE SICK' JAMES 5:15 Many siclcare heafej. Many lame walk — many blind see — many wonderful things happen — by fhe power of Jesus Christ. MATT. 28:13 There is a greater need for Divine Healing today than ever before. Hospitals are filled to capacity afld there is more sickness than ever^before in hisfory." Come and bring the sick of all disease* and of afflictions. Hear •- See -• Know That God Still Lives Today! For AH People of All Churches EVANGELIST O. F. CAPERS of Waco, Texas REASON NO. 3 ChnsHanlty Has Always Had Miracles The-preacher or Christian who protests against the miraculous undermines his profession as a Christian! ' FOB REME3IBER: » The whole structure of the Christian religion is based entirely on the miraculous! * • Because authentic Church history shows that miracles have never ceased through this entire Church age . . . when the church believed God for it, Justin Martyr (an early Church historian, who lived 165 A.D., long after the death of the disciples), tells about mighty miracles of healing. Irenaeus (200 A. D.) tells about mighty miracles of healing! Origen (250 A. D.) tells about mighty miracles of healing! Clement (275 A. D.) tells about the gifts of healing in operation! Augustine (400 A. D.) tells of miraculous powers of God manifested! Theodore of Mopuseste (429 A. D.) tells of abundance of miracles! St. Chrysotum (near 5th century) tells of miraculous power still in Church! In history of the United Brethren Church, quoting Zizendorf's words (%vhich brings church history down to 1730), tells of undeniable proofs of many healed of incurable diseases! ALSO: According to history miraculous power of God was greatly manifested in great revivals of the great reformers . . , Charles Finney, John Wesley, Peter Cartwright, D. L. Moody, and others! THEREFORE: No one will deny divine healing, who'is thoroughly-familiar with church history! REASON NO. 4 HecHng Is The Promise of Chnst JEatthew 1S.19, Christ's own words: "Again. I say unto you, that if two of you shall agrree on earth, as touching anything that they shall ask, it shall be done for them, of my' father which is in heaven." READER ... "Anything:,, they shall ask" EXCLUDES BODELY- SldGSTESS—Matthew 21, 22, "And fill things whatsoever ye shall ask in r>rayer, BELIETrEXG, ye shall receive." READER . -. . "All things whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer" INCLETDES BODILY SICKNESS. , -_ Mark 11, 22, "And Jesus answering saith unto them. HAVE FAITH IN GOD . . ." v.24— "therefore I say unto you. what thing soever ye desire when, ye pray, BELIEVE THAT YE RECEIVE THEM. AND YE SHALL HAVE'.THEM.? READER . . . "What things soever ye desire" includes bodily healing. John. 14:13, "And whatsoever ye shall ask in my name, that will I do, that the father may be glorified in the son." READER ,.. "Whatsoever ye shall ask includes healing for the body. John 14:14, "If ye shall ask anything in my name, I will do it-" READER . . . "Anything in my name," includes healing for the body. ~* I John, 2:22, "And whatsoever we ask, we receive of Him, because we :keep His commandments, and do those things that are pleasing in his sight." READER .., "Whatsoever we ask," includes hearing for the body. THEREFORE? In the face of these and hundreds more, of the promises of God's word,-it is an insult to Christ and His Word, to teach that He does not heal. Thisjs the Word of God! . , ,Come end Hear a Man Mightily Used of God. 1 ATTEND NOW! The GREAT MINISTRY of FAITH, SALVATION and HEAL1N6 REVIVAL! SERVICES UNDER THE BIG TENT ONE BLOCK NORTH OF DECKER DRIVE IN COADY COMMUNITY SPONSORED BY * DRIVE ASSEMBLY N. E. BLANSCiT, PASTOR m

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