Brownwood Bulletin from Brownwood, Texas on December 8, 1967 · Page 4
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-WeWNWOOB WllCTN , Bit. I, CAN TttteRE Bfi PfcACfc ON £ARftt? Micah 4: Mr. Catt there he peace oft the earth? The Bible says there can be. The word of Ood is the authority that peace is possible. In order for peace to p r e'v a i 1 God's requirements must be met. Although was has from antiquity been a part of the affairs of the world, It need net always be so. Armaments, although essential as a deterrent to aggressor nations, are not the sole answer*- God has the affairs of the world In His hand, and when His conditions are met; when all people everywhere turn to Him in love, obedience, and service there can be peace on earth. PRESCRIPTION FOR PEACE Micah 1:1-2. \Vhen the kingdom of God gains ascendency over the kingdoms of this world, there will be peace. Peace comes basically to the person who believes in God, and puts His kingdom in first place. If every individual in the world had perfect peace with God, there would be universal peace. The peace that passes all understanding is a personal possession. In another place in the Bible there is this statement, "Thou will keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on thee because he trusteth in thee." Peace in the heart of individual persons will produce peace among people,of all nations. Peace will prevail when the kingdom of God becomes paramount in the world—when' His house is established as the most important institution, and exalted above all others. His kingdom must become attractive, and draw people to it in great numbers. All nations must join in the invitation to go to the house of the Lord. When this takes place God will teach people His ways and they shall walk in paths of righteousness. Peace will prevail when God is enthroned in the hearts and lives of people around the •world. The importance of Micah 4:1-2 is that people must place themselves in proper relationship with God, "But in the last days it shali come to pass, that the mountain of the house of the Lord shall be established in jj ptre 'sufBjunoui am jo doj au,} shall be exalted above the hills; and people shall flow unto it. And many nations shall come and say, Come, and let us go up to the mountain of the Lord, and to the house of the God of Jacob; and he will teach us of his ways, and we Will walk-IB his paths: for the law of the Lord shall go forth in Zion, and the Word of the Lord from Jerusalem." PEOPLE At PEACE Mi cab 4:.1-4. When the conditions presented iti the scripture just quoted are met, peace will prevail. This applies to two areas of life. First, it relates to international relationships. Arma- mehts will be reduced, war will cease, and the leaching of military tactics will come to an end. This is the leaching of Micah 4:3, "And he (God) shall judge among many people, and rebuke strong nations afar off: and they shall beat their swords! into plow-shares, and their j spears into pruning hooks: nation shall not lift up sword: against nation, neither shall j they learn war any more." | May God speed the day when this may come to pass! The second area in which peace will become a reality is I in the heart and life of each person individually. Every man will feel saie and secure in his own home. The disappearance of the dangers of war remove the basis for fear. This fact is presented in Micah 4:4. "But they shall sit every man under his vine and under his fig tree: and none shall make them afraid: lor the mouth of the Lord of hosts hath spoken it." THE PRINCE OF PEACE Micah 4:5-7 God is the giver of all peace. Apart from Him, genuine peace is impossible. When He rules in the human heart there is real peace. As Christ spoke to the waters of the sea, "Peace, be still," so He speaks to human souls everywhere. God's purpose for all people is peace. He has provided peace. He wants us to have it. It can be our possession if we will accept it through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord, Himself the Prince of Peace. God is represented as our peace-maker in Micah 4:5-7, "For all people will walk every one in the. name of his god, and we will walk in the name of the Lord our God forever and ever. In that day, saith the Lord, I will assemble her that haltelh, and I will gather her that is driven out, and her that I have afflicted; And I will make her that halted a remnant, and her that was cast off a strong nation: and the Lord shall reign over them in Mount Zion from henceforth, even forever." Auxiliary Makes Plans For 'White Christmas' "A' Write Christmas" was planned at last Monday night's meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary to be held next Fri* day njght in the American Region Hall with members of the American Legion Post as special guests. Plans were discussed for a games party to be held early in February, and also for a rummage sale and, bake sale. Mrs. Harry Taylor, Christ* njas box chairman, announced that gifts donated by auxiliary members wiil be taken to the veterans hospital in Kerrvijle Sunday, "Thg.gifts will be placed in the Christinas shop at the hospital along witlt gifts donated by auxiliaries pyer the district. EJach pafiejtf will'bg ajjpwed. tq set a gift for each, member of family and they wiy lie '2nd' mailed, free - 'of charge, by the Red Cross. A donation was made to the Christmas fund that provides each patient in a veterans hos' pital in Texas $1 on Christmas morning. It was announced that groceries had been given to a veteran's family. Mrs. W, M. Hooper announced that approximately 125 Christmas cards and letters had been mailed to servicemen in Vietnam from the Brownwood area, Mrs. Ritchie Davis announced that a piano had been purchased for the American Legion Hall. Mrs. Hooper's project of the year was to replace the piano that bqrned in the American Legion Hall, Mrs. Sam Smith. Mrs. Lois poler and Mrs. Pearl Nunn attended as visitors. James Norman Conoco Ser; Sta 1400 Coggirt Ave. READ YOUR BIBLE DAILY WORSHIP Somewhere This Week RENFRO DRUG 201 Center 645-2411 A. M. DAVIS FLORAL CO, "Flowers Whiiper What Words Cannot Say" 707-09 Fi$k 645-2654 Brownwood Bulletin COGGIN AYE, DRUG in Yet/r Ftitun CONTACT! ^ lce Hockey g^e. t %sxz£ mile boy sad "Bo> , h > *e > t j wmlW n't care to chang J • about you. «« The Oiurth li God's oppoinltd agency In this world lot ipreodlnj thi knowledge ol Hit lov« for mon ond of His demand for man lo respond lo Idol lovi by loving Ms neighbor. Without Ibis grounding In the love ol Cod, no government or soilely «r woy of life will long persevere ond the freedoms which we hold so deor will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from g selfish point of view, one should support the Church lor the sok« of the welfon ol himself ond his lornily. Beyond (hot, however, every person should uphold ond por- litigate in the Churth because it tells the truth about man's lilt, death ond deiliny; tin truth which alone will stl him Irei lo live n o child ol Cod. * CoUmon Arfv. S«f. ADVENTIST Seventh Day Adventist Avenue 0 and llth Street ASSEMBLY OF GOD First Assembly of God Church Fisk and 4th Southside Assembly of God 13th and Ave. I BAPTIST Austin Ave. Baptist Church 3710 Austin Ave, Old Fashion Fundamental Baptist Church Corner of Abilene and HicUory Primitive Baptist U15 Brady Ave. Mr, Zion Baptist Church 914 Bfiiley Street Little Zion Baptist Church 601 Cordfll Iredy Avenue Baptist Church 2000 Brady Avenue Faith Fundamental Baptist Church I2th end Brady SOUTHERN BAPTIST Belle Plain Baptist 2010 Belle Plain Calvary Baptist NMb |( Ave, j .lonei Chppel Baptist Chursh - '' JW Warth Highway Hillcrest Baptist Chy/ch J8th and AYS. 8 Central Baptist Reeky Creek Baptist Croic Plain* Hwy. Woodland Heights BopHit Indian Creek Road CATHOLIC St. Mary'i Catholic 1105 Main Ave. CHRISTIAN Firjt Christian Church Coggin »nd 13th St. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ, Scientist Vincent CONGREGATIONAL METHODISTS First Congegationel Mcthodift Church sooi Corrta AV«. CJTURCH OF CHRIST Church of ChrUt 110} Prewster St. Austin Avenue Church of Christ 1020 Austin Avenue Brady Avenue Chursh of Christ J6JO Brady Avenue Woodland Height! Church of Chrift Indian Creek Road Sixth Street Church of Chritt 40S Sixtlt St. Early Church of Christ Community e»,Fflrt METHODISTS Central Methodiif Second Street and AT*, O Imonuel Chapel Methodiit 900 Be»ver First Methodist f jjk •( Austin Johnson Memorial Methediit 1S11 Main Boulev*r« Lee Chapel A.M.E, ChurcH Beaver and Cordell Street* West Side tatin-Amerie«« Methodist Church 1105 Victoria Str*«l First Methodist Rich) and Sprlnn First Methodiit Bowser ,' ^ Zephyr Mfthodiit Mullin Mfthtdilt , MORMON , f ^'i; -#V Church of Jfsut Chriit »t Utter Poy Sainti (M»rm»p») }(?e< 8:30 a.m. io ig!3Q p,j».' <so,e Bdwwd* Slrwt. North 5ide Church of Chriit JU» Belli'-PUto l Vine Street Church ef Chrift , - , \m vim steft, ' • Souttotdf Chwjsh 9! Cr)/ii» TWrf " Fint Church of the Nsiiriflf sni! I 19^1 JR'fiJ Cflranjfrff II* ? CURRY'S JIWEUY 401 CITIZENS PHARMACY St. Jehn's loijcoptl Church Church of the Good Shtphfre 1 _ ,, ^ _ t -'* f J •< ' *, i>*m/£mw GREENWOOD Offict Supply WEAKLEY- WATSON Worship Together Sunday OWINGS JEWELRY 407 V» Center 642-2734 STARNES & McKJNZIE PRINTERS Jay Starnet Malcolm McKiniU 21! I. laktr There It a friendly church near you where you and your family will be wel- come* "MANY AM CALLfD, •UT FIW AM CHOSIN" ,f

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