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   Thomas Review, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1929, Thomas, Illinois                               H a. Conl i School by the Kev. A. Carnell, Illinois.) for Sunday, November 17 "Living with People of D (Acts him. Corneli us M I i- ISivi. much alms illy was big h to the people, liberal and era am fen 'C'1'OUK that Cod in heaven to i notice of his generosity ,ded it. See Acts his o.-ity did Cornelius was io.s4.35. I perceive that God is truth I perceive nmu uou is no to the Cod of heaven -m'ctor of persons: he that feareth Him, and work- Hi, righteousness, is accepted with ,rl'lt. Gospel Among the Prepared Preacher an Earnest Seek- 1-igbt. (Acts JO: and a vision. prayers and vet pre- and the i v fii ill CCi' but in every mi Kun hours in the day. UN priviiv- was in sincerity. For Cod answered, by granting him It is possible to not be saved. Multitudes are saving prayers that are not saved by Grace (bee Luke 8 Cornelius was er after Truth am lie knew that there w.is a man in Jopa who preached the Truth lie- immediately sent for him, and be had the meeting, and the crowd all ready when the "preacher arrived. The preacher didn't to and hunt up the crowd, they wen- waiting TOT ght to be enough to make God work- at both ends. He v.ared Coinelius for the Truth He prepared Peter to deliver Truth (Acts SI- Both I'eter and Cornelius ec! the Light that God g.ive them. (Are (Cornelius wa-. afraid at the vision. (See Acts He im mediately did what Cod told him lo do. You my unsaved one nevei find uniil you do what Cod Sii's commended. (1 John AcU Uom. S. S. teacher you wll >ee by look- nig at Acis that Cornelius saved until I'eter showed him the- way lo salvation. This is our bus mess in our S. S. classes, to lead our to .lesu.-, Christ. How did I'eter do it? By teaching the man the Gospel of the Grace of Cod, for nothing else will do it. Wa- ter won't do it. Church membership won't do it. (See Peter's then com- pare il to many a sermon of toda> Cornelius and His Friends a Piv- Congregation The Holy spirit bestowed upon the Hearing of Faith. The Jewish Believers convinced tint the Gentile too may be Saved. 'The Golden Text is found in four places in our New Testament: -il; Eph. Col. hunt's Four limes m tlle Wortl Cod ou ,t" clear that sinners are sinners in tho sight of they be jew or Gentile, male or female, white or black, rich or poor, learned illiterate. That the offer of salvation thru' Jesus Christ the Eternal Son of Cod is open for all, seems to have been u-ry hard for Peter to understand. (It is today with hundreds in the Peter was a Jew, Jesu- Christ had been a Jew, His co-la- borers the eleven, and also the sev- iiniy sent forth were Jews. And a-- the whole history of the Jews from Abraham lo Israel in Egypt, their jounsey through the wilderness and their possession of Canaan, was to liim a lesson of separation, it was hi rd of Peter to conceive of the fact that salvation was for the Gentiles also. He could not grasp Kingdom Truths. Though he had the keys of tho Kingdom (Matt. he find only one door where they fitted. The Prophets were Jews, Latin Play A play, "Pereus, the Dutiful was presented in Latin by the Latin Jl class Friday evening. Polydeetes, in a bordered with the purple, came down from his tbione and with his regal authority l.ireatciied to compel Danae to be s, the son of Dan- tlie bead of the iHeiiusa to save his mother from Poly On his way Perseus met Ap- "iio., Diana, and the Three Graeae who assisted him. lie returned the Medusa's head which Polydeetes to stone. Perseus and Danae lived happily i" a now co iry where Perseus had won a king dom and the Princess Andromeda. The characters were as fo. ows: 1'olydecles. king of Seiiphus, Ro- berta Lewis. Danae, mother of phine Mudd. Perseus, son of Paul Jielendy. Auietes, a courtier, Dor-aid WiH. 'iy Louise St. Oies, Dorothy Blair. and k-n Kness. "living I's on the king, Walter house, move.-1 orresl K'Mnger. in'iMi woikinj These characters should be con- be has now r-epure< igrutulaUd on not j forni'inces. Harriet Smith, translated the wjth turned .ock, who h I'hoiniK ('01 hi in Mi. Lock haril road and work eisewht ro. losing their Ro- ue during the per- BoSho'.is J Robison arc installing Laura A'-hpolu. fans in the Christian i and Irene richick.in Fulton. -cenes to the audi- I Mr. and Jliv-. Char --------------_ I Clinton eil Hi- o'i. o! p'i .ighteous, generous. playing man was saved. How? By hearing the Word of God. And by believing the word of Cod. (Kph. Rom. Tabernacle, The Temple, the Ordin-i aiices were for the Jews only.. Peter knew this, now how could the Salva- tion be for the Gentiles also? He needed to know more about John For God so loved the world that He gave His Only Begotten Son that Who-Soever believed in Him, should not perish, but have ev erlasting life. io-l7> He had to learn what (Acts 'u-''' meant And ye shall be witnesses un Fo1' Cornelius there to Me both in Jerusalem, and all ils somowhcro a preachmg Peter, jndea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost parts of the earth. As Peter had taken the key on the Day of Pentecost (Acts 2.) and op-1 i-ned the Door of Salvation to the he must now also open the Door to the Gentiles. The tenth chap tor of Acts tells of the conversion FOR SAL Farm adjoii- Joy on Charles Jackson Son, Joy, 111. TAC Marcy Strain. Black Giant Cocker- els, beauties. 7 l-'J and 8 tb s.. from prize winning stock. April hatched, Will'.'in Peaiior fai in of in town- -hip. IiKiuir" of Jair.es Pearson, ilor Phonj -2724 E. 5 i V--75, safe Norris TAC 11-21. delivery guaranteed. sjootee, Ind. of Cornelius. It is the record of the j olhers- Regeneration of a righteous, religi- ous Roman. Here we see a Jewish missionary at work in a Gentile home. It would be helpful for every S. S. teacher to consider (Eph. IUTO, which presents the Condition of the Gentiles by Nature, and their Position by Grace. Salvation is all and altogether of Grace. (Eph. Hl; Tit. Grace and Truth came by Jesus Christ. What is Grace? Who con define it? No one, for it defies defining. 1'r. .lowett says: "Grace is energy, lirace is love-energy. Grace is re- ilci-iniiig ministering to the unlovely, and endowing the unlovely with .its liveliness." Cruden has defined Grace as the Flee and Eternal love and favor of which is the spring- of all the I'l'nefits which we as recipients re- ceive from Him. Grace is absolutely unmerited and freely and spontane- riod will somehow bring the seeking oul to the Saviour. We have only the border of this great evangelistic message. Thmik i'Jod, Mr. Editor, this is jinto (A Prison eveiy week) as well la-, homes. Two prisoners are img this message with hundreds of STUDY MEN, BUT DON'T COPY SAYS FIFl Study men if you want lo beau- tiful! So declares Fifi Dorsay, toasl ol the Paris boulevards before she came to the Uniled States to enter mu.-i- cal comedy and to play a role in "They Had To See Fox Mov. clone comedy drama starring Rogers at the Rialto Theatre, Clin- ton. Sunday- don't study Hie man you love __study the others for him." adds the charming and vivacious Krench comedienne. "I have found that men like women to be dolls, lo in a manner to make themselves attrac- L.inely? il eet your sweetheart ihru cont'idental Club! Many well- to-do members. Stamp for particu- lars. Doris Oaun, East Cleveland. Ohio. TAC 12-12. Give your farm a v.ater system without u-tiit'ng for e'eclricity fi'i Slid complete. 2 1-2 11. P. engine. 1'iv-sure tank. 2 pumps. Geo. L. Yore, West Lake Forest, 111. P. O. 111. Three Holstein All milking, one fresh COM-- Also a few young hulls l.eroy Parker, Stockton. 111. TAC 12-5. PLAXT for pink. j e'i WISCOXSIX XU1 PEONIES. Fivi (inf each red. low and white KKY. Bov 100 TAC ll---: 'i kinds chcup. Cat- 0. KEXXELS. Oc- TAC H-21 Two llil'ls tC month-: Can-oil. IU. isteicd Browt and fourtcct' Freeman, Mt. TAC 11-21 For Sale or of 100 icres near Kent, reasonable. iMary 2323 W. Adams St., Chica- go. SOUTHERN- MINNESOTA DAIRY clover and alfalfa linti. for bar.trt'i'; list. C. W. Kenyon. Minn. TAC 11-21. VCill puiv'brod Jersey bull-1, eight months and twenty- one mouth.-. Herd aid edited, Alsi twenty purebred LHiroc Jersey boars, cbok-ri immune. Foith, one- quarter mile northeast of Morrison. TAC. 11-21. TAC 12-5. DUROC JERSEY Spring- and Pal! boars, cholera imiiiune. from as big as grows. Priced right. G. PeWitt, Iowa. 2 1-2 mih-s noith from pavement. West side of road. TAC 31-21 PAIR EXTRA good coonhounds, also two imps. Photos on request. Clenn Eddington. iMacomb, 111 lit. TAC 11-21. r Hive, to keeji their Mirroundings fas j cinating. _ "No man likes coarseness in a wo- i A girl should constantly match I her every action and nunv limes that she may Pur Sale, Milking Shorthorn cows and heifeis, fie-h and fre.she'ning. fiotn high prodticinu ancestry. Tjer- nagel Bros, Story City. Iowa. TAC 1 1-2S Julius Sloecks Photographer 411-412 Howes BuHdling Clinton, Iowa retain never be "usly bestowed. Many things we see in our lesson about 1- Cornelius was a captain in the Roman Army. Stationed at Ceasarea, a Gentile   CoherL was divided (0 make inireKc than charming. She should study I herself constantly and correct her I faults without, apiiearing to be arli ficial, "In Franco we are laughl that little girls. All tin1 way when we are lime our molhcr says: ''You Uiat or you musl do yon i i must not dt. Selling Big. Rugged Ch White boars, immtined, shipped on approval. Express prepaid. Harold Buyer. Farminglon, Iowa. 11-2S W. H. Fosler. M. Eve, Ear, Nose Throa? i 409-10 Wilson Bide. C'Jnton. Iowa. FOR hunters and nailers. Females, Males. Females, Thos. Sellars, T4.C 11-28 New London, Ohio not 'feminine, differonl from men, Loin- tnem and their uny5- iiilo (i centuries of 100 men. Cornel- ls was a centurian in charge of a I'enlury or 100 men. 2- Cornelius was a Pious man, ex- "'Plionally good, but an j thai Acls one -.nay be al. Countries bred big trelcb bone. Priced Bros. TAC 11-1-1. FOE head of pure Spotted Poland China Boars, fellows with lots of str i Grand Mound, Iowa. )Vl.sillM I in othei church goer, yet unsaved. merely by Cornelius was the First Convert i Christianity on record in the Rook i'f Acts. H'' illustrates to us how near a j may be to the Kingdom of God anrin.'- I ;tn'l Yd outside. How good a bo and yet be lost. Ho Ui'les to us how a good nv-in though I' unsaved, may become a child of God. s -1- Cornelius was a devout man, unemployed one that feared God. Acls 10 j work ii- the outstanding militarism is the -fact, and views which.; h.ive been ad-I a single cl iss or been i homespun; fine smoking. 10 chewing 10 Ibs. Pay when received. I'anm-rs1 Wholesale Tobacco Co., M. rield. Kentucky. KAC 11-M- MayT listen to a that promises ifits to Sick Hoijs Wanted vull buy si.-k, poor-doing or liy h.-rd's (except 1" die! 1 buy them or will st'il liviitm.'iil 1 have siu-ces.sfully (he past four years for prevent- img and "e possessed a reverential regan lp and His Law. He lived in the j m God. His devotion was influenced his whole house He influenced his soldiers ,r rt. devoutedncss was known among! ln Jews (Acts n Cornelius was a Righteous man. He was just in with men. A man of good re among all nations of the Jews, those in subjection to him iwanls anger i several days. I hint and departs. gion a man leaves liom not return wife lakes 1'ort correcting necrotic-cnlerit- tlu, thumps, ship-j and j u-e an hog feeder) me- in every locality. Write I I.ih'i M. Fogc-1, TAC 11-1 lx. ping-rever, worms, scours 'It ..Id well of him. Cornelius' square peats with his fellow men did notimontn. have itself noticed that Two year Im'.um- of 11. Till, I'-el liox TAC 11-21 WHITE MINORCA C'OClv- for sale, Large type. mealed drakes. August Mapleton, Iowa. I 4 Days 4 Slarling Sunday RIALTO THEATRE Clinton, Iowa- That Ss-Ived 1 Dozen Dozen Friends Make your appointment NOW! Your Family Photographer 2nd. St. 2nd Ave. Clinton, la. Eastman Authorized Brownies, Supplies an1! pujijiesl th H here before on You'U find a iarue assortment of natten n on oi; look find from to select the correct rnu for vo; r home. Heavy Velvet 9x12_______ Keavv Axminster 9x12 __________ At Lyons Bridge We Deliver CLINTON, I A. EYES GLASSES FITTED We have a cornp: room that Is equipped with all the latest for examining tKe eyes. We have our own complete laboratory for grinding your glasses which gives you very prompt service. 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