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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1S46 THE IETHBRIDGE EKSALD PAGE THHtTEBM. Jesus' Friends Carry on His Work HIOHLIGHTS ON THE 8CMDAT aCBOOt. (By XEWMAN CAMPBELL) (Trie International Uniform Les- son on Use above topic for Jane 30 Is Marie 19, 20, Lake 24: 43-49; Acts 47. the Mem- ory Verse being Mark "Go ye into all she and preacn the gospel to Ice THIS LESSOJST is last of the senes on the Frienes cf Jesus. In it vie see box Jesus gave final in- structions to His apostles and tKtv they carried on His work. In Lake ve read. "Then opened He iheir understandms. that they Eaigbt araderstaati ifce scnpiures. that repentance and remis- sion of sins should be preached in His name among all nations, begin- ning at Jerusalem. "And ye are Tratnesses of these things. "And, send the promise I of My Father upon jou but tarry "je in the city of Jerusalem until ye be endued nth power from on aigh." This m-as said on Sunday after the resurrection. Before He left them and they started their irork. He commanded that they tarry awhile until the Holy Ghost de- scended upon poner i was given them, and they could go I forth fortified nrfih tills to f j-reaeJb, teach and heaL Of Jesus' ascension Mark telis j as -And He said unto znern. Go ye 'into the whole and preach !the gospel to every creature. that eth and is baptiz- ed shall be saved, but he Uias, be- Sieveih not- shall be condemned." So then alter the Lord had spoken unto them. He receiv- ed up into heaven, acd sat on the fright hand of God. And thev went forth and preach- THE SALVATION ARMY (426-5th Street Svuth) Officers In and Mrs. A. CarlnwlL meeting. 'pjn.-S-.mday School. meeting. 9 service in Gait Gardens. Band program. Special music by band and songsters in all services. A warm welcome awaits you at all these meetings. Thursday. 8 Prayer Meeting." Remember the Youth for Christ meeting on Saturday, June 29, at pjn. in the Southmioster church. ST. AUGUSTIN'S PARISH CHURCH (ANGLICAN) Clersy: Corner of 4th Ave. S. and llth St. S. The Reverend Leslie L. Grant, RJX, Rector. The Reverend Victor E. Smith. Priest-ortanist. Chnrch Office: Mrs. A. R. Lendi. Comntunion. Prayer and Sermon. Rector. Prayer and Sermon. Bector. Sunday Schools and Bible Class will meet for closing sessions. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Corner 5th Ave. mud 8th St. S. Rev. E. L. GarviM, Minister. Mrs. G. Brown, Organist. 11 "CHRISTIAN PATRIOTISM" The sacrament of baptism will be administered. School. 7.30 "BRIGHT SUNSHINE OR DARK CLOUDS' We invite you to fellowship viui in St Andrew's. Christ Trinity Lutheran Chapel 320 Eleventh Street South service and special offering. Themet "WE GIVE TO US LIVE TO GIVE" 12 School. WORSHIP GOD WITH US ONE HOTJR EACH WEEK, W. -T. ROSSBACH, Pastor PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE "THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH" 520 SEVENTH ST. S. YOU'LL ENJOY SUNDAY IN CHURCH "TWO WAYS TO HEAVEN" "LABOR UNION AND SECOND COMING OF CHRIST" Sunday I-Joon. ajn. JESUS SATES "THE PEOPLE'S CHtmCH" JOHN COOK, Minister FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 4th Arc. and Sih St. S. REV. GERALD M. WARD, Th.M., pastor Mrs. R. A. Thrall, Choir Leader Miss Elsie Westcott, Organist "AND THERE IS NO PEACE" school. "A SWORD FOR OUR DAY" Believers' Baptism. STAFFORDVILLE BAPTIST MISSION 307 Ninth Avenue North 10.30 School. 7.30 Service. FIFTH AVE. NORTH BAPTIST SUNDAY SOUTHEAST BAPTIST SUNDAY P.M. "YOUTH FOR CHRISF RALLY HEAR DR. BOB JONES Cleveland, Term. TONIGHT Southminster First Baptist cd everywhere, the Lord working Tilth them confirming the nord with signs following Amen. Ascension ML Olives The ascension, occurred on dsv. May 18, the traditional site be- ing the Mount of Olives, across from Jerusalem. After that they carried I on His woris faithfully, not in Jar' places There they nos known, but in Jerusalem their faces were familiar. Yosi remember hoy the Holy Ghost descended upon them; how they mere given power to speak in strange tongues, and of the greai sermon Pezer preach- ed after. No tonger afraid for themselves, caring only to bring the zsessage to 3oen. they spoke fearlessly and powerfully many. L-uie in the Acts. 47, say- Ithev contmuinx daily vrttn yrat ac-j cord in the temple and breaking j bread from, house to house, eat their meat sith gladness and sickle- j ness of heart. s -Praising Gcd. and having favor! all tee people. And the Lord] tlie church daily such as j should be saved." Ttiese seen, sometimes foolish in. their and speech, afraid for their lives, when the Lord was with them, now becaine veritable lions in their fearlessness. They defied LOSING HEART 'the authorities to gne the message i their Master had left with them. And. moreover, they were joy- ful as we ail would be if cast 1 fear of our lives and lived as Jesus told us to. They assembled ieach day ui the temple to take part in the ceremonies of the church. At ore another's homes thev met after the day was over, j "breaking bread." as the Bible says. I sharing the evening meal, whiles giving thanks to Gcd for foods and! I shelter, and. above all. for the j power that had been given them to' preach tne gosoel and to carry ors 1 the work that their Friend and Lorn had commanded them. "'aid. everv day. in the temple sand at home, ttey ceasrrf sol to i teach and prsacn Jesus as the> These were humble 1 most of them not educated accord-, ling- to our standards Yet thev] .had power to convince men of truth of their message because ithev so intensely relieved it them- and drew oower from that I belief Jesus had commanded them, j "Go ye into all the world and preach; the gospel to the whole creation, t they did it. (By the RKV. JAMES REID, i Hence, as I hold this ministry by 4's mercy to me, I never lose heart in Cor. iv. 1 OloffatW. There-are various causes of fail- ure in life. One of the most coir- mon is that people lose heart. Tray may have energy and wiUiogness enough, but if they lose hear, it i ae if the fire went ous in power-house of a factory. Slowly but. inevitably ail the machinery to standstill. Thss is what often happens to people in the struggle of life. Misfortunes come i to a family. The children ilLj The husband loses hjs job and is out! of work. For a. while struggle i along as best they can, alwavs nop- i ing that the tide will torn. Then it I all becomes too much for them and i .tney give up and lei everything go. They have just- loss heart, is hap- j pens also in business. Mark Ruther- j ford tells of a man in a Uttle busi- i ness who heart. He had nothing j to say to his customers, who became fewer and fewer. He ceased to care. about his stock or about, keeping j the place clean. People said he was J "juss dull" He had nc interest or J energy. Bus behind that Ustlessness j was the fact that he had las; heart, i It is sot mere misfortune that pro- duces it. though misfortune may play its. part. Many a man has jrene on fighting against adversity and! iron through in the end. Losing heart means losing hope the feeling that the struggle is worth-' while. Feur peopla can go on for long through a dark tunnel unless they are sure that in the end they i-U see a glimmer of light and coa.e out at last into the sunshine on tie farther side of the Perhaps the business in which we are mos; tempted to lose heart is tnat of Christian living and Cnris- tian service. The plague of our own heart is not easily cured. The Christian enterprise often shows few encouraging results- The know- ledge of history will help us here.] Discussing the proe-pects of pioneer! missionary work in a difficult region aoroad. a missionary re- marked that tiie >ork should not be left to the native Christians. Tney would be discouraged by tne difficulties and lose hears; for they, did not know enough of Christian i history to realise that the seeds of j the Gospel may take long: years to ripen and bear fruit. It is encouraging to read from St. Paul's letters teat he himself knew something of the temptation to lose heart- The fourth chapser of Second Corinthians gives us a glimpse of a snaa winning victory out of defeat. He tells us thas he does noi lose heart, which suggefts that he nugh; easily have done so. But has reason is interesting and helpfuL He had been celled to the J i The diamond got its name from, the Greek meaning me unconquerable. I STROLLING CAMEL I 4 camel -sralks at the rate of about two and a half miles an hour. 1314-3rd Are. North Rev. W. R. Robinson, Minister. Sunday, June 30, 1946. School. HAVE OPENED MYMOCTHtiNTOTHE CONFES- SION OF A DAUGHTER-IN- LAW." VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME: j Monday. July 1, p.m. Sunday School and Congrega- tional Picnic. Bus leaves church it pjn. for Henderson Lake. 'A Church with a. Bible Message" CHRISTIAN SCIENCE First Church of Christ Scientist Twelfth St. and Fourth Afe. S. Sunday Service. 11 Subject: "CHRISTIAN SCIENCE" 12.10 Sunday School. Wednesday Testimony Meet- ing, 8.00 pjn. Free Reading Room and Lend- ing Library, 325 Twelfth 3k S. Hours: Week days, 250 to 4 pjn, except public holidays. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Corner 13th St. S. 5th Are. School. 12 noon Priesthood Meeting. Leadership Meeting. Service. President A. E. Palmer will speak. All Will Be Welcome. Central Church of Christ I 425-Ilth Street Sonth FRANCIS R. JAMES, Minister j 10.30 School for all ages. and mes- sage. massage. 830 Hour. Visitors always welcome. CHRISTADELPHIAN ECCLESIA 633-7th St. Sonth SUNDAY SERVICES God WUlinr 11 of Bread. 12.30 School. 7.30 Lecture. Subject: "The Closing Prayer of Jesus. First for Himself, and then for His Dis- ciples." Speaker: MR. S. T. BATSFORD All Welcome Christ Is Coming ST. MARY'S CHURCH (Anglican) Corner 6th Are. and 12th St. C N. Sanday, Jnne 30, 1946. Sam Communion. 9.45 School. 11-Go and Sermon 7.30 and Sermon. ALLIANCE TABERNACLE AVENUE SOrTH J. M. BOWKER 11.00 TRIP TO THE MOUNTAINS." 12-uo School and Bible Class. LOST SOCLS." HEAR DR. BOB JONES TONIGHT WE WELCOME YOU The United Church of Canada THE RIGHT REVEREND JESSE H. ARNUP. Moderator First United Church CORNER FIFTH AVE. AND THIRTEENTH ST. N. REV. R. MAGOWAN, B-4-, Pastor Choir Mr. Ben jlartin Organists Miss Janet Larson and Mrs. A. Wrijht ajn. Communion. "FACING THE WIND" "MY PRAYER FOR YOU" The Sscramen; of the Lord's supper will be observed at the morning service- Xew members will be received ac tha service, SOUTHMINSTER UNITED Corner Fourth Avenue and Eleventh Street Soath Rev. Harry A. aiutchmor. B.A, BJJ. A. K. Putland, MJL. Mus. B. ajn. The Rev. Harry A. Mutchmor will preach on "The Idea of Eternal Life" This will be the ministers last sermon before leaving for holidays. XQ EVENING SERVICE THIS StNDAY AND THROUGH JULY. ministry by mercy of God. It was a great and wonderful experi- ence. God was behind is and God! would see it through. "Seeing I fcsld" this ministry by the mercy of God I do not lose heart." The springs of real courage are. not rooted m. surface things, as ours: are apt to be. Ss. Paul nad manyj things to encourage him. The] though! of so many people who had j been trough; ihrough him from i darkness into God's manreHoiis! light must often have cheered iuic., Bat in his bad his raises I went back to that experience on' the Damascus when Christ- had come to and fiEett empty hears with love and It was col soasethsng he had done. It was God who nad oroken into i his soul with mercy and forgive-1 ness. That experience remained with htm, like a precious jewel which a man' holds m his hand and j which, whenever he looks at Casces with some new splendour, f Whatever else may give us back] oar heart for life and send us on' our way, the real roci cf undis- i courageable spint is in the mercy1 of God. We may lose-heart, fcr icstance.l when we are faced by the thought 1 of our own unworthiness. It :s ai very commoa temptatica of the} sensitive conscience. It may oe teat} life has found us out in some failure in love or patience, and are discouraged Despondency takes bold of us. We meet people whose; quiet peace cr shining goodness, makes us asnaraed. and we begin! to wonder if the full Christian ex- perience not bejond us. We for-; get. perhaps, that the inner story of the saints is often that a' sore, struggle and inward conflict. It will help us if "Ae recall ti-.at fact to rnind. 3ui whatever encourage- ments we can find in thai direction, tne real roos of hope is alwavs in i the mercy of God. The song of the j saints is a variation on one theme, j "Xot of the works of righteousness tnac we have cone, but of His mercy He saved us." The Christian life begins and continues and in the mercy of God. There >s a verse of the Dies Irae that always redjced Dr. Johnson to tears. It a the verse that Jesus oy the' well. "Seeking me, Thou there j weary." Bui that thought can do more than bring tears. It can j bring courage and hope. We may j feel crushed and beaten by the i weight of life's burdens all we are! suns in the feeling of utter insig- 1 mfirance. Life seems meaningless and futile: and nothing can take the heart out of us luce the seiise of futility. But if we know thai Christ sought us because He loves us. the worth of life comes flood- ing back into the mind. W? are worthwhile 10 Him. and that is all tnat matters. We cave a place in His Kingdom that is secure. But there is more in Uic thoughts j of God's mercy ri. laif E- i ing heart. lof e strug-1 gle. wish a caffiing rrus-i fortunes and buroens. There axe many who find ic so today. Bui if, like St. Paul, we recall God's mercy, two things will come into the mind with the power of a trumpet-caH. One is that IE is God who has call- ed us into shis battle. We are not here by choice of our own. Thss 35 true of life itself. The responsibility for that is God's, and behind it is the mercy that knows is is worth while, even at its worst There is a meaning in the hardest experience j if we take it from Hun. There is a goal to the loneliest journey if we go at His call. To see God's mercy in the call of iifs is sufficient to de- liver us from rae numbing sense Lights Shadows C.W.M. HIS FEOFLE. HIS LAND (Lines for Porairr.oa 1945> Peace, healing peace, has sorae to This strong; youtii trained for Home, he quails the goodness of earth. Fair in its and bath. Corses righs. Sol; the rrajcr; and she star. SHAW "We L more right to happiness it than lo aonsmce -arealtii producing; li. George Sha-ar. TOT -IHtAXGIXE- The TsreH-iESOTra Torchy" Ander- son of Use OKsnra press gsltery m the CaSgarr Herald toi bisof; is the grass to his f sun 10 hrs cceek; tie wis.2 of tee west. St. Hers. Will'asa. Lyon Macken- zie King bfea. pinrae raHUKttf I of Canada longer than any other S man. but it was until Tuesday ,.n mghs as a eomphmesisary parlia- sisntarT dinner shas heard haa- self classed -sdsh Three Pssr- time champion bconjc 5 rider or she Calgary Stinjpede. It Arena's national Social r band ine Of children clasiortrig for his hand, f These are ais people, ihis his Land.' These he loves best. i tkat TTB are mere playthings of caHoiis 5ate. But a especullv one of Chnsuan service. I: a God who has called us it. however unfu se raay feel and however un-, promising the results. When on his mission :o Sir Francis Yoting- fcusband -arash man? penis, what comzorted mm. he us. was the knowledge thas he nad' oeen sent. That also what csm- forred Sr. Paul. He had been called :o ihe and not by a fate, but by a God who knew that in tills caU there was a But the other source or Is that the mercy that called us will see -as through. When we ttink of! Chris- moving implacably to His j Cross, we think of His courage and i it helps us. "That strange Man on, His Cross" sends us oack to our task again, ashamed of our is-eak-, ness artd fainr-heartedness. But De- hind the courage of chnst there is j something greater. There is the love and mercy of god that not permit evU to triumph, or His ivorM' to perish, or anything to keep us; from achie-eng sr-.s purpose. In Christ His mercy through all! that evil can do. to give us the we need. To see that is to' know that we can be "more than! conquerors" through Him that so loved us. prototype for Mr. Sssg. He recalled jeeag Toni Three Persons da a ride on a. broak iha: knew all the aides. recalled two old farmers speesat- wrs had argued long about proweiss and unpredicab-iity of tae oatla-s- horse. "Well." concluded one farmer, in the -arords of 3ir. Tcai rcasie a hell of a good ride." Mr. Lotr thought thas Eorv ilr. Sax's long political rule. The horse sad been called NO AWARD IN CONTEST No award is being made for 1345-46 is :he All-Canada SI.OOO fiction contest. Hyersoa Press armounced. Four fcrsign have requested tronsiaikja on one of the 1345 winners, PaSip y of Wraji Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills CALdARY Exhibition .nd Stampede JULY 8th to 13th SINGLE FARE FOR ROUND TRIP (Minimum From an Stations !n Saetaich aad ia Britisa Colombia {Vancouver, PHrar Rupert and ON SALE JULY 6th to 13tfc, except no on Jaly Sta, ticket will ce sold on Svtr RETORH LIMIT MT 16th. IT BO train serriee July 16th. thitte be honored on first thereafter. ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ORDERING YOUR NEXT WINTER'S COAL mi row IDLE MINES produce no coal! If everyone is to enjoy ample coal sup- plies next winter, Western Canadian mines must be kept operating through the summer. You and your neigh- bours can do this by ordering your coal today. Accept delivery as soon as your coal dealer can arrange it and keep the coal moving from the mines to household bins. Do this and help solve the problem. ORDER YOUR COAL TODAY! DEPARTMENT OF RECONSTRUCTION AND SUPPLY (Right Howe, Minister ;