Strawberry Point Mail Press in Strawberry-Point, Iowa 23 Oct 1902
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Strawberry Point Mail Press (Newspaper) - October 23, 1902, Strawberry Point, Iowa
Personal service to the master by flow tote Mont Humble deed done i a flatly to voc Mir lie Sermon in and by witty by Kellogg news paper october the Klug shall answer and say unto verily i say unto you inasmuch Asye have done it unto one of the least of my be have done it unto the last is the per son when Reading the interest ing Story has not stolen a glance into the last chapter to see How the plot was going to turn and when he has discovered the sequel and has Learned How the author finally Dis poses of the returns Back contentedly and reads the intervening chapters to see How the Story has been developed and the plot in the Section from which our text is the latter part of the Twenty fifth chapter of Christ has Given us a glimpse into the last Chap iter in the Story of human events which years of time Are now As he stood with his disciples during the last few Days of his earthly life god quickened his prophetic vision and he looked Down through the Cen Turies were to unroll to the when All nations were to be gathered before and the sheep of his own fold were to be separated from the goats of the worlds during the 40 Days in which the risen lord appeared to his they saw him come and go unhampered by human conditions or human their understanding began to open and expand to the unlimited resources and Power of and when they gathered on olives brow and had had a last parting word with their lord face to heavens Drew him from their until the glowing Cloud rolled beneath his feet and shut him from their they could not see heavens Gates swing wide to admit but they knew they they could not hear the rapturous song of the hosts of heaven As they bid the but the music of Davids swelled in their souls an they it echoed the heavenly strains up your o be Gates i Randi be be lifted be everlasting doors and the King of glory shall come is the King of glory the lord Strong and the lord mighty in lift up your o be Gates lift them be everlasting doors Andi the King of glory shall come is this King of glory the lord of he is the King of they could not see their lord take his the right of god in the marvelous which the vision of the saintly Stephen to Pene the portals of heaven and he to see the risen lord to whom his spirit was so soon to take its the to knowledge of All this filling their souls with peace Andi Joy and the words which Jesus spoke came to be full of reality and when the Bon of Man shall come in and Al the holy Angels with then shall he sit upon the throne of his they knew this was to come to they Ncnew that when the world had run its course and god Hod exhausted every Effort in mans behalf that the nations and the Peoples of the Martli would be ushered into the presence of the King and the final separation of the sheep from the goats would take v the last chapter lies open be 5 fore we know what the sequel of the Story the nations and Peoples of the Earth Are writing is to we Are helping to fill in the intervening Are we in the love of Chrisl v living out a life of service to in need so that we shall hear him in that great Day saying unto us in asm Tich Asye have done it unto one 1 of the least of my be Nave done it unto me or Are we in the Pride of the human Al May in the name of Church and so serving self As to be among those who will hear him say inasmuch Asye did it notto one of Tho least of be did it to me depart from an exalted words o Nup text throw a new and Beautiful Light upon and deeds of those to Wiliom the King is talk the cup of cold which was Given to the thirsty traveler that Day so Long before stands revealed in the pure searching Light of heaven As having been Given to Christ that weary homeless stranger who knocked Tim idly at the Back door that dark Anc and who was Given hospitable is found in tin final reckoning Day to have been the substitute of and the Servic gendered him was done As not the hungry Little i one on the Street who was fed an clothed the lonely and neglect a i Siulc in the Garret we wide visited and comforted and care i Lor the repentant criminal Bebin the prison whom Werp car the words of sympathy and hop of a better fire All suddenly 4if i new Light and new Mear it is understood that Chris looked the service Ronde re them us clone unto the Charm of the childhood fair stories lingers with me wha i Feuse fascination there was in the Tutlo of the Rich and Good fairy we could appear form h close und bestow his gifts Upo those whom he had wit a butt we follow tory As they met the Good fairy disguised Asah old hungry Nind n need As a de Ormed child and saw the one or the kindly service that brought he bestow ment of the Rich and he other selfishly withhold and thus Ose the favor of the visitor from with hated breath we Lave paused in our Reading at the i tical testing Point and exclaimed if they Only knew that it was a Ich and Good fairy standing there instead of that needy ild Man i How we have just ached o step into the Story and Tell the Caret before it was too late and the Opportunity of winning the fairy gift had been the fairy stories Are not but Here Are Bible stories which Are Rue and can equal any fairy Story n the Charm of its plot and in the woman w expected and miraculous Reward garment of take for instance the thronged tory of the and the Vidow of in the time of sore famine the Man of god visited ice and asked her to give to him he last handful of in the bar Rel and the last drop of Oil which she lad in the Day by Day she her Little son had watched the scanty provisions grow less and die mothers heart was torn Atli Guise is she saw her Darling slow y starving to each Day the cake she baked was smaller in hat the meal and Oil might last the at with but enough left or one More she feels herself Ace to face with for she knows not How More meal and More Oil can be but there is enough meal and Oil for the Day because of death Isone Day far ther and while she is gathering Nuel with which to Cook the last along comes this stranger from Mother and risks for her inspired by the spirit of godly ear and she feeds when loathe barrel of meal continues to yield its daily Supply and the cruise of Oil fails not during ill the Long Days of that terrible take the Case of who be sought the three strangers to rest in his tent after the Jour Ley Over the hot while he pre ared for them a Bountiful and discovered Ere they had depart id that they were angelic visitors with the message from god of a son o be Given in his old take the Story of who sat in his offi Cial capacity at the Gate of Sodom and the two strangers approach no in the Little did he hink As he them shelter that night and become their protectors against the violence and iniquity of hat City that they would be revealed As Angels in the leading him o safety from the liquid fire that consumed the take walk o the two brr Pestrick in along the Road Side communing together Over Shat ered a stranger appears freaks into their i Lave often thought that if that Inci Dent had occurred in this Day of denominational prejudice and religious self Pride the stranger would have Jeen dismissed Long before Emmaus was and the two unsuspecting disciples wow never have seen the Saviours perhaps the two disciples were at first disappointed because the privacy of their grief was but with kindly patience and forbearance they do not Rebuff the stranger and Are soon lost in soul stirring even after the City was reached they might have lost the greatest Blessing if the hospitality of their hearts had not gone out to the stranger and they had not invited him into a Good Many excuses might have been Given for not extending such they had been away from Home and Noth ing was prepared for a or Pride might have shut the door of Hospital Ity so that the scant Ness of the fam ily Larder might not become or a fretful housewife might have exerted such an influence Over that Home As to make it risky business for the husband to bring Home unexpectedly the guest to a there k nothing in Lukes Story to indicate that there was the least selfish motive on the part of the two disciples in inviting the stinger they wanted to give him shelter and food because he needed and they constrained and inasmuch As they did it unto this who in behold Ere the meal is concluded they discover that the service has been rendered unto Christ How it exalted their service they will be among the number that will hear the say in that last great Day inasmuch Asye did it unto one of the East of my be have done it unto every serv ice rendered by the disciples of Christ May be dignified and exalted by the thought that it is done to Christ and the Well where the thirsty one is Given to the table where the stranger is the room whore the wanderer is the sick chamber und the prison cell Niue be flooded by the Light of the Christ by in christs is a common incident for one going on a journey to Curry a letter of introduction from a Friend to some one in tie City to be visited introducing the bearer of the letter to an acquaintance of the Friend in the Home it generally reads any attention or Courtesy which you can extend to be considered a Perso Mij that the one to whom tie letter is sent Lias an Opportunity of serving the Friend in the Distant City by rendering kindly attention to the bearer of the let when Prince Henry care to this country it As the representative of Etna Evv Cial Courtesy extended to hit was rendered in the name and for the Sake of the ruler of by the american peo ple were serving the these in a set Forth the Way in which Christ can be by Christ can reach human need Only through human Andi the Dis can Only serve Christ by serving by serving the least of his this that the cd bristly presence May be found in the most crying human notice that in christs earthly ministry it was in the unexpected places and the most Humble and Dis Tressing cases of human Nee to which Christ it Blind bar tames by the Wayside it was the woman who touched the hem of his while him the multitudes it was the foul Leper that came and fell at his feet it was the outcast and those in All Man Ner of distress that Felt the divine touch and went away and Christ today Calls his followers to seek in the unexpected places and amidst the distressed multitudes for opportunities of serving he is waiting in such what a Comfort it should be to us for him to recognize the giving of the cup of cold the the the the touch to the fevered brow in the suck the kindly word spoken within the prison things the poorest and weakest of christs disciples can while those who Are boasting of the great things they have Dione in his the uttering of the cast ing out of the doing of Many wonderful Are banished from his presence with the rebuke i never knew you depart from be that work Christ taught and emphasized the lesson of Humble and declared that he who would be greatest among them let him be As the servant of the glory of the transfiguration on the Mountain top an the Conversa Tion with Moses and Elias were not Al Lowed to shut the need of the Lunatic the pain and agony of the Cross could not shut out the Lov ing thought for his the cry of the penitent even the formality of the Din Ner in the House of the Rich Pharisee could not keep him from ministering to the need a sinful and outcast the great fact was riot that he had dined at the House of a Rich Pharisee and had talked with men of influence and but it was that a Brand had been plucked from the burning and a woman set to rejoicing whose song will continue to ring through the courts of heaven throughout the greatest fact in regard to our Christian ser vice is not that you or i Are prominent in Church that we great responsibilities resting upon Large audiences depend for but it is that in theunes petted at the unexpected we May meet Christ in the person of a needy soul by the Wayside and be christs messenger of help Ful it is possible to be so occupied with the great As we consider in the service of Christ As to shut out the real presence of Christ and prevent us from per forming the Humble service which will Call Forth some Day from the masters lips inasmuch Asye have Doneit unto one of the least of my be have done it unto preacher whose Sermon la of More importance than the Call of Dis Tress from some Humble parishioner has1 shut Christ out of his study and missed More Good material for stir ring sermons than he can scrape to Gether out of his books after months of the Church the sunday school who is so in tent upon reaching the House of god As to hastily pass by the Case of need by the Roadside has thoughtlessly missed the presence of the Christ and will fail to find him in the meeting the Rush of getting ready for Church or sunday with its so often attending May lose us the Blessing of meeting Christ in the and certainly prevent us from feeling his presence in Church or class the sunday clothes that Are too Nice to be soiled in ministering to the needy May make one feel at Home in the fashionable but they May shut the wearer better to soil your hands and ruin your clothes and meet the Christ by a visit to the sick room or the than to preserve your and receive the bowed greetings of a Host o1 fashionable better to put your Arm around the drunkard and Lead him to gods altar to meet there with you the Christ than to walk apart fron Christ with the greatest Man that Ever received the honors of the of disciple of Jesus Christ dont Sel the Bounds where Christ shall meet you dont confine him to the Church Dainty Blouse models for Winter despite All predictions to the contrary we Are again to Haw a season of Sepa rate looks very much though the de signers were being forced into this feature of oui wardrobes against their for the two seasons1 there Hare been pre diction upon prediction that the sep Arate Waist was to be no but it is1 Here just the not Only Are we to have another sea son of separate but they Areto Beautiful garments As More Beautiful if anything we have had in preceding among the new models maj be found every possible from the simple flannel shirt Waist to the Blouse of dainties lace lined with pretty White Chiffon joined with Fagot stitching Are wrought in with of lace variously forming the entire finest Lawn is used for this purpose with Little squares of Pale Blue or Pink worked into the de and very with All White lace and White less elaborate but still very Dressy Are the blouses of White but in which there Are some new one especially commended is called and has a weave not unlike it comes Plain in different and striped a Chine Stripe alter Natiba with a rough surface cloths for Winter gowns Haggy cloths for Street gowns is the Mode of the Somie of them Are wonderful combinations of and present most be but effective mix t u r e showing possibly stripes or plaited lines on the wrong while the Side sin half in visible polka dots of a Darker Shade than the ground or perhaps in Ashe Case two or three colors Are used to form the fashionable but they Are so harmoniously blended that you rarely suspect More than two of one color the spots Are in As they of ten shadowy White spots appear on both the the Black mixtures while in the Brown and White you see Dull or Green brighter coloured grounds also White spots on a surface so shaggy that it seems like the fashion for shaggy cloth Isi nost unfortunate for Stout there is Comfort in the fact that they need not since smooth cloth is just As Good style As it was last sea and they can have that with or without a As the Glossy variety is very Fine and and especially suitable for Light Dressy gowns in White Andi Pale Coats for the Little tots or the class or the or the closet dont look for a meeting with him Only on sunday and prayer meet ing if you do you May never meet and you will to among those to whom he will say some depart from for i was and be gave me no meat i was thirsty and be gave me no drink i web n stronger and be took me not in and be clothed me not and in and be visited me learn the lesson of exulted see the opportune ties of serving the very Christ himself in the lowly and needy for to Comfort and to to find a Balm for to tend Tho Lone and in Angels work the captive to to god the lost to to teach Tho Way of life and it it a Chil Sukic and we though dim our Alth May be a Luther for thine we 0 we to h misses must be protected from the chilling blasts of the coming Winter much As their Mam and it makes but Little difference whether the miss be of eight or her inter est in the Winter garments is quite tie must be to meet this demand of the misses there is an innumerable number of charming Model for Winter one for a girl of eight or nine is o smart Little coat and skirt costume of softest Gray Blue faced the Little skirt arranged with two in forme flounces finished with sundry vows of and the Susque coat being also bordered with half dozen rows of while h can further boast of a deep Collar and cuffs embroidered in an openwork which reveals the contrast of White cloth find finally o some most decorative Button in of Mother Pearl oenteifi4 with a wee Flower in fold with another Costonie is destined for a girl of 10 or the material being the Ever smart and serviceable Blue Serge and the style a Novelty for the girl in her that it allows Herto share in the dignity of the three Quarter Jacque much favored this season by her the sellout skirt widens out below the Knees into shaped and us tie costume is made without a lining it will be at All times sufficient i warm without being in the Jeas one for a child of ten is More expend being it is a and with my serviceable affair of Beaver coloured flecked with Ivory White and on the inside patterned with Check in White and three shades o it is made quite simply Waltl stitched strapping sole trim Sud a deep Roll Collar of Beave fur to give it finishing and t the wintry weather for whip it App us a by lbs trouble trouble begins with the first backache comes in sudden twinges of Sharp slow most backache pains Are 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