The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on September 25, 1959 · Page 3
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Bra Braswria Cotnrty, Texas, .Friday, Sept. 25 , rid; 3 B$PW Picnic Set Saturday Business and , rtof essional pmen's District 3 family, pic." f will be held Saturday at |rfslde Beabti.'Hostesses-for evant will be the Velasco, MHort, ana-Angleton B&PW jlubs. f Th,e tvent will get underway about noon and is for members, their families and for prospective members, Each person attending Is asked to bring enough food to feed their family. .. Drinks will ba lor sale by the hostess, clubs. Tha money derived froril tho.clrinks will fa» used to cover the .expense of the plates, napkins,,'Cups, etc. To reach the picnic site, turn right on the beach proper afte; GOD CALLS POR LOtALtt win look with favor ctt the SnT rr fiSK'sR *"&&& **•** group will be somewhere be- ^y^ell Wi* me. ,_, v group tween there and the Jetties. NOW v . TSO IS OPEN IN FREEPORT TAKPO^INN VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER f - vr:?;. 1Q2 2nd. ST. "For Years I've Been COMPLETELY SATISFIED with TSO Eye Care ,. that 1 * why I Recommend TS O to My Friend** TSOto «xttiMNd4> grow bwawM pftttafc ooDstaDdf rocontaend w K> tbrir families and frond*. Ow guarantte of complete satisfaction hat helped establish a reputation for depondafattty which hat made TSO to i«t flboioe of bttdndB ol the* Mods. When you want tt» finest quality dud Masonafcte oott... rely oo TSO. Directed tyO* t^Bogya.Jfc. N. J* Rwgers HNHfOMAMTT Singh Vision BUSSES Andbmlnttioi PAY :1 WEEKLY FINEST QUALITY CONTACT LENSES $65.00 Complete Fwmwly priced »t $99.00 CM « nuch *s $1M to $185 BStWHBtt CONVENIENT CREIIf ITICES TKlOlJGHOtJT TEXAS NOW IN FBEEPORT TARPON INN VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER 1M E. 2nd ST. | OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY | PRECISION VISION SIICE1III Tsxfls Stare QpTICfiL Also-Known As Texas Optical LESSON TEXT: Maiactt This lesson la intended to elp adults realize that .God emands complete loyalty -• loyalty that is expressed in ervice, worship, and giving.' At the time of the Book of rfalachi, years ' of liardslilp ollowlng the return from Exile tad depressed the people. Tiie trength necessary forgaihlng even enough food to May alive eft rlittle for rebuilding the emple. Famine, drought, and loods had caused the people to tecome pessimistic, and Ask: 'Why does not God help Us?" Us. book is a message for »se, then and now, Wlwbecome epressed, discouraged, and isheattetted. Any person feeling it to a imple and easy matter to believe in the Christian faith has ever deeply understood what Christianity demands intheway of belief. One is told that to gain one's life, he must lose it, that God Is love' in this World marked by man's inhumanity to man, and that right willtriutnpli n a world Inhabited by Hitlers, tfussolinls, Staling, . and the like. No tnth comes easily - Christianity la no exception to this. In our study today we seek an answer to the question: What does loyalty to God require? The people of Israel, returned rom captivity and In an "unsettled world, finding life hard, asked. "Where is Gbd'a ustice?" (Malachi2:7.) Tula mood is the mood of many today. We need, however, have no fearcf such questioning, provided we relentlessly pursue our search for God. If we give up hope, and abandon Ship, we may regret not continuing until we come cut into dear water. We may not, In short, find truth. Malacbl indicates that specific sins can keep people from any vivid awareness of God's justice in the world. Loyalty to God cannot bemade of life's leftovers. Tue leftovers of time, for instance, when business is all cared for; the giftof money when the supply of food and clothing is ample; the leftover affection after on? tas cared for his own — one cannot give to God what costs him so little and feel that behas treated God like a father. The awareness of God comes only when onegivesGodsacrificialhr Usbest. = ..... , . MaUchi's fellows deemed God to have a local special interest in them - with the implication DIAL HIT 3-5 .. rm tot DtUnn Wittenberg's Pharmacy thtt be eared for otherirnuch less;:,«4tall. To tfUS MMieht napdttdi fchat the nameofdod is exilted not only in Israel but esiewhere tlirtfughoilt the world,; This was the beginning of the/belief in the unlvcSrsifflty of GodV.earrled further by Jesus who said; "I lave other sheep not of fills fold." There M Ho awareness .abroad to his .World for the man who deliberately eonftneVGod.to his.ownbacft- yard, W«rever life is greatly lived, mehhavetheconvictienof God's; eoncern for all jteopto everywMre. a ISv- difficult to become responsible for brothers whom we have never seen. LoyaltV to a universal Godcarlng'fof ail humanity means in effect that we have a concern for not only our friends, but for our* enemies. • . Throughout the history of Christianity there have 1 , been outstanding examples of loyifey to God .-• even at theexp&lseof life itself. Wycliffe and rtiss sacrificed their lives for their beliefs.. These and others wit- for the New Day, and died for their witness. • ''; : ' There Is a higher form of religion tlian tliat practiced fo'f Self-advancemeni, -This is Wheti otte Inwardly becomes aware of: What tile love of God is — whit It means and does for him. A gratitude arises in his heart so great that he cannot refrain from being loyal to God, just for the ]oy of being loyat: It is selfless love expressed hot to gain any reward, but for its own sake. , ^ _... .\<$gfa* ind moving tflUJW- Mrttlhtiea his work, Itf.owlhftthat he>;bas little Rope of pawart wrsMjgriltion. The surge* WhtJ *rli«S, In the middle bftp« ; night to care for some drunk Wought in from ?- •». ", .^i .'. , i. .' ..... the gutter, life with tio We*,-« reward! ••' - ITather and mother sittlngnp JJit after night with the sick Old who can never recover' « Serve with no thought of ' So it is whh loyal 'setvlce W *d. One seeks no reward, .oyalrjris not given becausewe Dust .give, it, but because we' J y. The Supreme expression tUs son of loyalty is SHELL FISH OPEN ALL NIGHT Friday & Saturday foEOIAL PLATE Open 6 am to 10 pm Open On Sunday ttl GULF BLVD. V FBEEPORT . \ Winter Weather Ahead GET YOUR HOME READY NOW! WITH A FALL BUY YOUR FIX-UP PAINT-UP MATERIALS NOW AT REDUCED PRICES •PRATT & LAMBERT Trim and Shutter Point gal. Reg. 7.95 Now 5.95 •MASURY HOUSE Paint gal. 7.95 Now 6.25 •COLORIZER Paints, AH Types SATIN LUMINALL Interior Paint gal. 4.75 PRATT & LAMBERT'61 1 Porch and Floor Varnish gal. 6.95 • Brushes - Canvas - WaH Paper 10°o OFF ON ANY PURCHASE Which Will Be Donated To The CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE STRINGFELLOW'S 118 W. BROAD BE 3 4111 FREEPORT SATURDAY VALUES STORE HOURS 9:30 AM TO 6:30 PM •;•;•..::;;;•..• .• T >-^ : •'.. •. I TERRIFIC SAVINGS ON PENNEY DRESS SHIRTS Stock up! Proportion - fit combined cotton broadcloths ... Penney tailored with long wearing collars, ban-el cuffs, •permanent-stays!-Sanforized, machine •wash! ACETATE - TRICOT BRIEFS\ IN PRETTY PASTELS! A perennial favorite blooms la Color! Hole this neat, smooth brief In pink, blue, maize, mint, or white I Non - binding elastic legs. 2-P1ECE COTTON SLEEPERS j GIRLS WOVEN CC GiNGHAM OKI GIRLS SIZES 1 TO 14 • rcu. our FOB BETTEK FIT. B&NFOKIZED LARGE SELECTION OP ; sr_ ,.,. AND COLOBS SAVE ON MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS 10 pure *hiti cotton hand- kerchlets it a Penney low, low prtct that's leas than 80 each. They're hwwUtohed. . . and In a glint J«V4 by BOYS GINGHAM PLAID SPORT SHIRTS Wqveo gingham plaldi. Get crlip, oool tebric. Bright look- inj.pattenu and colon. Per- mafi^ttt collar stays and a stand up 6olor. Long sleeves. Pre- Shrunk. FORD DEAIEF

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