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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Snluidoy, March 58, 1970 Jerusalem In Centre Of Storm City Of Faith, Promise By DAVID POLING a cily which has {emulations, whose builder and maker U Cod." 11 is the Holy For centuries, it has been ir.i' centre o[ religious life [or the world's great religions. For thousands of years, il rep- resented to Jewish com- munily the evidence of Cod's premise lullillcd. To the Chosen People, Israel, it meant the end oi wandering, the escape from slavery, the cily of protection ar.d strength, ihe siie ol the As the first Christians liad been Hebrews and heirs ol the Cross' Inscription The initials JATil seen at [he lop of Use cross in pictures ol the of Jesus Christ is taken from the Latin words which Pontius Pilate ordered Inscribed on Ihe cross: "Icsus Rex ludaeonim' (Jesus of Nazareth, the king o the Jews) as recorded in Ihp Bock of John. 'romised Land, they shared the same saga arxt history about lie Holy City. Jesus liad ridden Uiuir-phanlly into the cily. Here he would leach and coimsel, be imprisoned and And here would the rise against a slormy sky and give way to an Easier morning. Jerusalem is a city of failh, 'or it has always represented :hc struggle of man wilh God: It holds Ihe record of man's Highest aspirations of while often portraying rejection and denial and despair. It is Ihe City of Promise, yet here God in spile of man's foolish- ness ami idolatry in Ihe pasl. Ar.d bow long it has stood as thc grasp for power. And, in spile of all the bad news, Ihe Ihreat of war, Ihe seething a modern judgment upon the hate, the world's religions are world, for there will be lillle peace anywhere until there is amity and ccccord in this place. In Ihe uu'dst of hostilities loday, il calls all men lo a coming together in a new mood of reconciliation. Arnold Toyn- bee says it has already begun. In his book, Toynbee reralls: Pope Paul VI landed man Airport in Ihe of his pilgrimage to Lhc be in the cenSre he was met and greetec ,v, f ,ii- i_ adieu, was HILT, diu vreeitu Ihe storm, for lhal is where bv Vetcoming crowd which Aa-Ssj-slsra'r-.'Wff he received anolher warm CHRISTIAN TABERNACLE SALVATION HEALING MIRAQES Rev. T. W. Corner 5lh Ave.'and 13lh SI. S. School Service Service GOSPEL CHAPEL 907 9 111 SI. Sou 111 SUNDAY SERVICES of Bread Bible Hour and Sunday School and Bible Study ALL ARE WARMLY WELCOME -iu il__ __ itas w man has breken com- fw has the universal com- from a crowd] and strsved Irom munily withm its walls. Even- mllol M maodrcent and strayed from even' vow. It was lo Uiis cily lhal" Jesus would say so di- reclly: "Jerusalem, J e r u s alem, killing Ihe prophets and stoning those who arc sent lo color and race, almost every religion, is fo'jnd in its pre- cincls. This is real niueation for the pilgrim. A Christian from Iowa visits the Holy Places and discovers that his history is shared with an Ortho- dox Jew from Moscow. A Mus- 13 jlim reaches the loc.ilion of; lhal must have been 99 per cent Hindu. The reason was Ihe recogni- tion o[ olher people with differ- ing religious loyalties lhal Ihe Pope was concerned abouL world peace. So Toynbee con- cludes: 'When Muslims ar.d Chris- 'h rhrisliins and Hebrews! c o n v c rsations Uans, and Hindus ar.d Chris- In JerSn tbV Jcws Christians rea- tians, have allained to this de- lo Jerusalem as ine sign nl of God's love ar.d order ar.d Ihe sile of His continuing rratd on Ihe destiny of msn. II is a cily of faith for tomorrow frr il re- 'mkds us of the failhfuLicss of Lakeview Mennonite Brethren Church 1509-29lh Street So. Pcntor: Rev. Henry loswen Hour Service lizes his dependence on both. Jerusalem is the Jewish home- land but the most malure have already admitted to many spir- itual relatives. As a Cily of Faith, Jerusa- lem welcome all men of i good will. No longer docs il en- courcgc cnisides or conimis- jsion holy These ?.rc the 'evil acts of men with distorted i visions or minds poisoned by CHURCH OF CHRIST 2720-21 Jl Ave. S. WEDNESDAY p.m.-Bible Study JOE CORIEY Minister Phono 328-5781 gree of spiritual unison, there is already 'one foM ar.d one shepherd.' The fold is noL any smglc one of Ihe historic reli- gious coramuniljes; il em- braces them all." j Jerusalem is the place for i Ihis to happen. It is the source! cl all our spiritual longings i am, as a city of faith, confirms lhat Gcd's promises will nol go ucfullillcd. (N'cwspapcr Enterprise Assn.) 9th Avenue and 16th Street Soulh SUNDAY SERVICES REV. W. HELM School RISEN p.m.-Music EASTER GIVES Wednesday p.m. Family Hour Friday p.m. Teen Fellowship A Friendly Welcome Awaits You 1202 3rd Avenue Soulh PKons School Service Rev. Dave Tjart Service Rev. Dave Tjart p.m. Bible Sludy ond Prayer. For Inspiration Dial-A-Thot 327-4581 327-4581 LETHBRIDGE (S PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE 510 7th SlTMt Soutli KEY. W. J. GAMBLE, PASTOI Is Risen9 Bethel Baptist Church WITH A COMMUNITY CONSCIENCE ROOTED IN CHRISTIAN COMMITMENT Poslor, N. CARLSON, A.B. 714 53rd St. N. School Service Service Lethbridge Christian Reformed Church 2nd AVI. A end ISIh St. N. IEV. JOttN Y1IIND, MitOl SUNDAY, MARCH 29, Service ON THE ROAD" ,-J BEREAN CHRISTADELPHIANS 633 7th St. South ol Bread School RESURRECTION OF CHRIST1' Speaker: W. Pickford Thursday, Class A Greal Welcome You Hero FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH AT TWO LOCATIONS Minisler, REV. G. R. EASTER, B.A., B.Th. and Cl.olr, Dlreclor, Marilyn Sinclair, A.R.C.T, R.M.T. AF7ER THE DARKNESS OF CALVARY, came ihe light of Ihe resurrection. Now, in ihese days of division and upheaval, things sometimes look dark, loo That's why il't imporlanl for us lo remember lhat Chris) has conquered death and has shown us the way to obtain life everlasting for ourselves. This Easier, as we rejoice in His viclory over the tomb, lei us pledge to (urn lo our tasks with renewed failh and hope, striving lo follow in His foolsleps. EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH 12lh Ave. ond Mayor Mograth Or. Phono 327-6113 Pajlor: REV. H. J. JOST Sunday School Morning Sen-ice LETHBRIDGE BUDDHIST CHURCH 1303 13lh Street North REVEREND S. KOSAKA REVEREND O. FU'IKAWA Sunday a.m. Special Easier Service p.m.-Evening Service. A COIID1AL INVITATION TO ALL! CENTRAL CHURCH OF CHRIST 425 llth St. S. Mrs. Penny Dodd, J. R. CHAPMAN, Miniiler Eunrhy a.m. Morning :M a.m. EVERYBODY WELCOME The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 1912 10th Avenue Soulh 1st Ward 3rd Ward aih Ward 2608 23lh Slice) Soulh University Ward 6lh Avenuo 'A1 and 23rd Slreel Noiln 2nd Wurd 5th Ward Clh Ward............................. Elders Priesthood Meeting a.m., a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. a.m. Sunday School a.m. a.m. a.m. Sntramcnl Service p.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO FORGIVE? .islen Ihis Sunday to the Christian Srience Radio Series for some interesting nsights on this question, ll's on 4 Alberla stations: a.m.-CJOC-1220 KC y-.tS KC a.m.-CHQT-IHO KC 5 KC THE BIBtE TO YOU CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH liO!