New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 6, 1983, Page 5

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 06, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 6, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Religious focus Hvrald-Zeituiif Friday. May 6. 1983    BA Ministerial alliance God sets aside verdict By REV RON WALTER St Paul Lutharan Church Pastor Charles Lane of St Phillips Lutheran Church in Fridley Minn wrote an article a few years ago for our church publication Th' I.uthmm Stnndani Pastor Lane writes "Imagine yourself in a court rot) m A trial is under way You are tin-accused Th** judge, Jury and prosecuting attorney is God God u-prosecuting attorney speaks created you our of nothing and mad you .i part of my people I gave you life that you might declare nu praise I bestowed upon you this eartt and everything you have I redeemed son Kven though you separated yourself from me. even though you rebelled against my will and beearn** a * aptive to sin. I reclaimed you I sent you my own Son. that you might know (gain that you should never have forgotten — that nu love for you know no bounds Through him you were restored to th** relationship with me you should never have broken Hut I didn't stop tiler** I - * nt you my Spirit with tin* gilts of Word and Sacrament, so that you might hoar my voice, la* fed in faith and protected from renewed bondage to evil All tills I did for you that you might live as one oi my family Hut what does the evidence show Hath**! than serving me. you have gun** your own way adn persisted in rebellion Futhermore, I gave you my name that you might call upon my anytime Hut you didn t Instead, you used my name in glib profanity to curse Yourself or. worse, your neighbor Then when I gave you my Son — the one at whose nam** every knee should how you abused his name tin), In thoughtless exclamation and careless conv ersatlon What have you don* ’ I have not burdened you w itll demands I haven't asked you to do the impossible to show \ our love for in** I lily asked you to love your neighbor What tia ve you done’ You have stot kpiled enough nuclear wcapons to .lest! \ all your neighbors and v .itself many times over yet many I my children, your brothers and sisters remain naked and hungry One tiling you have given rn** You have heaped your sins upon nu* You have placed on tm shoulders th** .ti ot your transgressions You know that I ani all powerful Nevertheless my heart is broken and my spirit is weary I t n ated you that you might declare tin praise I i(-deemed you that you might joyfully serve rn** by caring for your brothers and sister s m my human family Yet • si otters you turned not toward me hut against me You know tin* truth ut lily charges I rest my case The jut s is tint My case is under deliberation As the accused I relfect on my dilemma I am undoubtedly fortunate that the prosecutor did not lengthen his list of charges, that he did not go into those private sins in which each of us frolic. But I am worried I have no defense All is in th** hands of the jury and Judge The jury has made its decision The verdict is read. Guilty as charged Hut then th** judge speaks I arn he wiio blots out your transgressions for my own sake, and I will not remember your sins ’ (Isaiah 43 2ft i A miracle has occurred The list was so long Th** captivity was so cruel The burden was so great Yet now I hear from th** bench not justice, but mercy I learned that God riot only for gives til** He forgets And he frees rn** tu start anew God. in his unlimited love, has set us free As we I**.iv** th** courtroom, we hear from one w ho has i ari led th** weight of our transgressions Your sins are forgiven Go. and sin. no more.'** Many questions ar** raised at this tim** about what is just and fair I shat ** this article with you because in a very real sense we are all on trial We ar** all guilty The jury bas made its decision The verdict is the same f»ir all ut us Guilty as charged"' Thankfully we have a God who can love us in spite of what we d«i and who can and dues forgive us totally Nun gives hope to handicapped HORT XI BRINCK. Haiti XI The woman culled Sister .loan ofter hope ti) the physically handicapp' d who Otherw is** w mild lie shuvcd anubin tin* genera! struggle to survive tin Western Hemisphere w* *    ' poverty The 77 year obi Homan Cathop* nun came here f rom Hon ton '•** year ago. intent on helping children w I -laced overw helming (Mids Roaming the mountains by hot < and buggy in search of handicapped children and maintaining letter writing campaigns to gain tm.uh lo help from international agencies du was aide to build in lHfto w ital remains today Haiti's only -chonl for the handicapped In un impoverished nation when many women have children only (or tin* future support they will pi ovid' handicapped children tai* ben.. treated Ilk** a lap dog. or just push'd into a corner and forgotten abo .t Sister .loan say > The first tiling we tis to teach them is tii.it these are childr en toor: i as Sister .loan who declined to r« late anything about lier pre Haiti life. including her tun name Her St Vincent School provides coin and boa rd tor :fto handicapped bident ■ as well a - tiled I* .ii services that include facilities tot plastic. or moped ic and eye surgers Former students make ar luteal legs and other prosthetics and sell them from a nearby shop Medical tat** in Haiti is very limited; the infant mort.tilts tate m LUI deaths per I non I’ll** Haitian government doesn’t base statistics on tin- number ol handicapped childr en in tile country of hearts *’> million lint an official at know ledged that Sister .loan s Is ■* • anis -m il st bool rh** government pi ani' support im hiding teachers and aides, to lier In the Haitian st hoots then* ate .st too many student pet class The hat Ii* apped . midi en arent .dill* to get moi ii -pet i.d attention says Si ti i .loan rttuig next to a giant playpen in which children some blind some deaf, some wobbling on artificial legs or crutches, play together happily « hie of the first tilings Sister .loan dresse to mottlers is that tier school isn t a dumping ground Students are kept in-re only until they are deemed able to ( Ope in public schools We feel very strongly they should go outside tin* school, we send them out as sin ai as we think they re ready.' sin* says Another rule is that parents must contribute something ti) tin* children's keep lf we tell the mother that Tommy needs shoes and leg brai es and sin* says sin- can't afford them, then wifed lier Well, pay what you can for tin* slates and we will pay tin* rest and provide tin* leg braces ’ We want to get them Involved " Harems must take their children home lot t 'hristmas and Faster She follows the careers of tier students, and says many find work in tin* foreign assembly plants here Eastside Baptist Church is located at 983 Holly > tiff ptuit** /H * tfhfi BrieflyCountry gospel concert tomorrow The New* Lite Assembly of God Church cit New Braunfels will present a country gospel concert tomorrow at {Mitt Highway si West The Country Christians will begin tin-concert at 7 p iii For more Information, call Noel Lovett at 62ft 3130 Hilmar Fiugrath Is pastor of the churchGuidebook issued on relationships NEAS YORK (AI*) Termed tin* first step of Its kind, tin* National Catholic Kdueatnin Association lias issued a guidebook bn Christian seminary faculties and students on key issues of (’iiristlan Jewish relations .anne lc; Msgt William Haumgaertrier cif Washington, head of tin* tin* association's seminar\ education department, said tin* publit ntlon marks a milestone" iii tic* links between tin* la it its. and added This is the first tim** in tin* history of tin* Cathole ('full'Ii that a major guidebook has been designed to make available to Christian semina ne.*- tin* rich spiritual resources ••merging from tile contemporary dialogue betwcen tin* church aud tin* .Jewish people ’* Rabbi Marc Taiienbauni. interreligious all.iii din*'lot for Hie Xmertcan Jew ish « omrmttee w tin Ii » nope rated rn producing til** guidebook ald tile project seeks to bring about a revolution iii esteem lie! ween Christians and Jew oil Uh* part ut the next generation of religious lea tiers tup .—□caiLiz:Worship at the church of your choiceLocal Cis.! 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(Bt. W Sal Antonio St Priesthood inkling 9 a m relief soc arty 9 arn young women 9 a rn primary 9a m Sunday sr .hoot IO a m sat lament IO SO a rn First Church of the Na/arene Mr h I 3b I Sunday school 9 4b a m worship IO ‘>0 a rn and h p rn Green Valley Apostolic Tatter nut Ie (UPC), H)4 Melody I ann Sunday school 10 a m evangelistic setvh e 7 pm Billie study 7 JO p rn Thursday first Church of Christ «j, lentist I (/ f Mill St Sunday seryir *- IO JU un Sunday school 10 JO a rn Wednesday service 7 30 p rn Child t ate available Ass.irntdea fie Dios (Spanish Assembly ut God) .1 * men e St Sunday -a Im ml S (lr pm evangelist!' -.«-iv" lr IO I ", Saturday lr IO p iii Si Joseph Angili an Chun h I latin ‘it Worship MU VK es *< ,1 ll I'I.'H Playa lf* a New Braunfels Christian l imn Ii I oui > J J 7 Sunday si I tool 'I (O a rn Worship IO Hi a rn and I* p rn , . 'tnt • hun h ! 0 JO a rn New Braunfels Foursquare Church 14').' Highway HI W Sunday worship IO am    evening worship /    pm mi )week serve e 7 p rn ! hursday first Presbyterian Church III * Krueger    Sunday school 9 4b    art fellowship IO 30 a rn worship 11 a m ar id 7 p rn Church of Ghost It.hS Highway O' W Bible classes fur all 9 a rn worship 10 am evening worship amt children-> Bible hour ti pm    Wed nesday (lasses 7 pin Nursery av. (liable i jemplo Vivo Baptist Chun ti Garnet Hall Santa Clat a and Guenther Streets    Sunday sr flout ‘I (ti    a rn WPI st up 10 4‘i are ( hun Ii training h pm prayer meeting Wednesday 7 p rn at 49H t ihurty Second Baptist Church Sunday *.i Ini*»t *1 4*r a rn worship Ila rn and faith United Church of Christ 970 loop (37 Chut! ti st hoot 9 IS am worship HI IO -I n fieedom fellowship Chun Ii I JO Hat H reoy Prayer 9 IO im worship live Oak Baptist Churel) lf*> Wa-.hirigiim Sunday si bunt (l 4*) a in Aor-.lu|» set Vue ll am Si* I'kIv* und Paul I uttiuii. Church ll'1 I, I .bl. al..'day "l.i.gatMM ma*.-, lur ‘.unday /pm Sunday ti asse* lf Kl It Hr a *n h* Ivor i Mig ma-.* V Malay lh tough I ruts* New I tie Assembly of God Church SS.* Highway HI W Sunday school IO .I rn morning worship ll am evangelists serve es 7 p rn Wed nesday worship 7 JO p m Tree of life Fellowship 126 Higtiway HI W Sunday *.ervk es 9 4S a m aud / p rn Wednesday sendee 7 p rn Oakwood UaptlSt Chun Ii I amar Si hopi Bible study 9 kl a rn mommy Aim,tup IO 46 a rn evening worship 7 p rn Wednesday prayer serve e 7 p rn Area C Ila pet rn the Cove (in ter denominational) Cypress Cove a * • .sn Worship 9 a m Triumphant lutheran Church Bat ave Hoad at S* hoenthal Hoad *i »t p 9 a m Sunday school IO a rn lyes ti t« Bulverde United Methodist Church thy! way 2HI N- .rtr> and Cibolo Creek Sunday v tu ml 9 30 arn church service 10 46 a rn St Thomas Chapel (Roman Catholic), Canyon Dam hillside Sunday mass 9 30and ll 1§ath, pre Sunday mass Saturday 6 and 7pm Canyon lake United Methodist Church Hailstone Drive, Canyon Lake Mobile Home I states Sunday school 9 16 a rn , morning worship IO 30 a m Brat ken United Methodist Church I M 2262 Sunday school 9 30 a rn hun ti service 10 46 a rn Friedens United Church of Christ Geronimo Church school 9 am, worship service 10 16 am St Andrew Iutheran Church (ALC). f M 2673 east of Slart/ville Sunday school 9 a rn worship 10 16 am communion first Sunday St Francis By T he I ake I pisi opal Church Tm [IOT) I mile west ut In 2673 Services ll arn holy com mumon second Sunday 8 arn holy communion 11 am morning prayer Church the Valley Im ter denominational),    Deep A* res Canyon City Church school 9 a rn morning worship 10 I1) am evening worship 6pm Bulverde Baptist Church I U Bo* 43 Sunday school 9 IO a m worship 10 46 arn Christian training I, pm evening worship I p in Wednesday serve e 7 p rn Church of Christ IM ll* r * IIM 26/3 Billie class IO -in ‘.outlay worship 11 am and b pm Wed nesday serve e I p rn Churr h in the Wildwood (Assembly of God) IM 26/3 It* 1    ► , lay school IO a rn worship IO 60 a m and 6 30 p rn St Paul United Chun h of Christ Main am) IM 7H Cibolo (J ii* f* school 9 a rn worship IO 16 a rn St Paul lutheran Chut til Highway 1B63 at Highway .'HI Sunday school 9 a rn worst up IO 16 a rn first Baptist Church Horseshoe falls ( state Sunday si hoot 9 JO a rn worship IO 40 ,i rn evening spry** e ti pm Nursery provided Mock Hill Gospel Church faith Center U)J I (S South of New Br,'lintels behind (tie rest area Sunday s* hoot IO a m worship H and a m and I Jo p in Tuesday Bible college 7 JO pm I hursday ladies meeting 9 IO a rn and young ministers I JO p rnmr nr, nm nr. mr mr nr nnnr tt nr TC nr ne DC. in nr ne ne rnrTtnwi ■ »| .. 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