Gladewater Daily Mirror (Gladewater, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 41, Ed. 1 Friday, September 5, 1952 Page: 3 of 4
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Friday, September 5, 1¥53
Tha Reign of David
| of all
ILLUSTRATED SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
By Alfred J. luaichar
David Went to Jerusalem to attack the
Jebuaitea. They had placed their lame
and blind to guard the fort in derision of
David. But David conquered the city
and dwelt therein.
David named Jeruaalem the City of
David and dwelt therein. Hiram, king
of Tyre, sent him measengeis with cedar
trees and carpenters, and tney built a
house for David.
David subdued all his enemies, with
Jehovah’s help, and all gold and silver
that was taken were dedicated to the
Lord. And David executed judgment and
justice unto all his people.
David was told that Jonathan's son was
living—lame in both feet. For Jonathan's
sake. David took the lad to live with him.
MEMORY VERSE—II Samuel 22:31.
SALISBURY. Mass. (U.fi)—A lot
of folks at Salisbury Beach literal-
ly got the Sot-foot. The cand tem-
pciature qne day this summer was
DR. QHAYDON^M. TERRY
Medical Arts Bldg. Ph. 78?8
"That belter-tatting DAIRY
QUEEN we brought along aura
saved p\y lives!"
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riBST I ARTIST CHURCH
Ben R. Sir Ip tin«. Reiter
Setvk-n lot Sunday and the week ol
September 7, 1952
Sunday Motnir.g Bioadcaet over KS1I.
Sunday School. 9:45.
Morning Worship, 8:30 and 10:50.
Sermon: "What Wilt Thou Have Me To
Baptist Hour Broadrart over KS1I. 1:30.
Youth Choir. 6 00.
Training Union. 7:00
Evening Worrtnp. 8:00,
Sermon: "The Problem Ol Finding Life's
Work" (7th in a .etiel on: "Mereage. For
Royal Service and Binmin Meeting.
Finley Graham Hoeie.r, 1.30
[Vaconr Meeting, 7:30.
Superintendents Meeting. 7:00
Olilcer. and Teachers Meeting, 7.15
Mid week Ptayer Service and Bur Meet-
ing. 0 00.
Chart Practice, 7.30.
HRST CHRISTIAN CHU1CH
Cotton and Marthell
William 1. Hall. Mints .
Church School, clarrer tor ail aget
9 45 a m.
Morning Worehip, 11 00 am.
Chi Rho will meet in Hie Fellowship
Hall. *30 pm Christian Youth Fellow
ship will attend the District 9 Youth
Rally at the Fust Christian Church,
Evening Worrhlp, 7:45 p.m.
Christian Women's Fellowship will meet
In the Fellowship all. Third session of
study book "Whence & Whither" by Rev
Hall, 2:00 p,m.
Choir practice, 7:00 p.m.
A cordial welcome is extended to all
to share in these activities oi the Fust
Sunday evening Devotions at 7:IS.
Sunday evening „________ .
Weekday Mess: 7i30 a. m.
CoalftMioai btiott tb#
Sunday school at 10 a.a.
Morning worship at 11 am*
Training Union at 7 p.m.
Eyoning. Sonnco at 8 p.m.
wodnoftday night choir practice
Friday night prayor mooting at 7:30
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH
1100 S. Martin. KUgoro. Tokob
Ml E. Moth Tin. Uagrlaw. Tanas
Poucs and joy naturally follow th* spir-
itual undststanding and assurance that
you aro a child of God. This thought will
be e mphasitod in the Lesson-Sermon to
U* r*iad at Christian Scisnca ssivices next
Sunday. The subject will be "Man."
The Golden Text is from I John: "behold,
what manner of love the Father hath be-
stowed upon us. that we should be called
the sons ot God" (3:1).
Among the selections from the Bible to
be read will be the following: "But as it
is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear
heard, neither have entered into the heart
Of man. the things which God hath pre-
pared for them that love him" (1 Corin-
thians 2:9). Mary Baker Eddy, the Dis-
coverer and Founder ot Christian Science
v/rites m the textbook. "Love, the divine
principle, is the Father and Mother of the
universe including man" (Science and
Health with Key to the Scriptures, page
_____, Haws I know all
This new frvd is the result of
all the latest nutrilioasl data
that has hem orrempliahee la
should be s rosl
; kcvti in keeping
that breeding »tork
in tip - top shape,
i This makes your
feeding program in
, two parU now.
The firat part-the SUNGLO
Rabbit Breeder Pellets.to feed
the pregnant and nursing doss,
starting back when they’re first
bred, and continue on op until
the young rabbits are two or
three weeks of age. This now
highly -fortified with minerals,
vitamins. B 12. and the new
growth stimulating nnti-biotics
In Just the right balance with
the necessary energy gains and
ft. W. HEARD AMD SON
that fast-growth vitamin “Ball.”
A 4 jast aa wo told you
war* contained in
Back to the reg-
ular pallet, this ta
in 18% pro
,_____i protein, and
| has just the right
balance of proteins,
energy grains, minerals, vita-
mins, everything those rabbit*
need to put that weight on in a
Of course, when 1 said it was
a complete feed, I think most of
you rabbit-raisers will not take
me too literally, because those
rabbits do need a little green
leafy vegetable from time to
time to supply a source of Vita-
min “C,’* and that’s something
you can’t add ta a dry feed in a
So, next time you get the
chance, drop by our place here
and lot Us show you just what a
realty big difference there is in
this whole complete line of won-
derful SUNGLO feeds.
B. W. HEARD k SON
riSST METHODIST CHURCH
Corner Quitman and Farry
Compton Rlfty, Pastor
Tho ritit Mothoditt Church oitonds a
Cc *”il »TiV.*at;on to every ono to worship
w • . u» m our Church roivicob
5unday School for all ego groups at
9 4V a m
Broadc ast ovor Station KSIJ at 11:00 a m.
Broadcast r»v«r b’.ation KSI
Meaning worship 11 00 a.i
Evening Worship 7.30 pn
MY! 6 30 p m
Stewards M«*o*ing 7 30
Tho 'Tircioa pf then WSCS will moo* as
Doborah—Mrs Fm.l Hanicack 9 30 a m.
Ru'h'-Mm Ray Kondric, 2:00 pm.
Suzur.na Wsifty—Mts Howard Lowis.
9 30 a m.
Boll#* Bonnoit—F« lowthlp Room, 2:00
p m. ,
Esther— Mary Martha Room. 2:00 p.m.
Taach*f« Party—FoUowthip Room, 7:30
^Jdary Circle—Sanctuary, 7:30 p.m.
Family Night—Fellowship Room, 7:00
pm (Covatad Dish).
Choir Prartlrr, 7:30 pm.
WiiCS. £#m..<ar at Firtt Church Hond-
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Ur W. Oft. Pastor
Moimr.g worship. “Spoctal Dolivory.”
Tho Young propl# and Piot*«rs will
n,«M*t at 5 45 pm at tho church.
Fvoning worship "Ropay In Kindness "
Today thm lirs* Church School avvvmbly
will b** hold On# will b« plannod lor
Tha* foung Womsn'i Circlm will m*Ft at
tli# homo o! Mir Bill Biu»«l, 318 N. Cotton,
at 9.30 a m Monday TTi# group will go
to Tyl#r to so«* the educational set-up.
At 7 30 p.m the Mary Canfield Circle
will moot at Mrs John Sherman's, near
Warrm City, with Mr«. Davo Miller as
Pray or mooting will be held at 7 30 pm
Today the first Church School assembly
will be held. One Will be planned tor each
ind part —that’s the
Rabbit Pallets, the
_.E feed, for the grow-
...„ ... Jt. This is started right
after .Vanning. and ,k*Pt “P UT
■ Y*go to market. There a
naw in theae regular
Rabbit Pellets, too!
kAdditional fortifying of
Cwith ’’antibiotics.’’ and
100 Lb. Bag
s. W. HEARD S SON
rmsT cnaanAM cuuaca
a.v,_Ouy IfM. finlw
Morning Servtces af II a. a.
Youagraepla's MasMag at A
SUfaeUv^' - •
riRBT lAFTIIT CHURCH CHAPIL
aevTlilu iSla. Poater
Sunday School at ft4S a. m.
Morning Worship at 11:00 a. m.
Training Union at 7:00 p. m.
Evening Worship at 1.00 p m.
m. n. ■ramei. rsim
Sunday school at tO o ra.
Sunday devotions of II as.
Sunday avonlng esrvfBO at 7:30 p.ra.
Wednesday evening service at ?|B eon.
EAST MOUHTJUH Mmf CHUBCM
W. H. ileahsaikla. Poetat
Sunday school at 9:45.
Morning worship at HAS.
Training Union at 8:30.
Gvangsustic ssrvteo at 7|I0 Ml
at till pm. Mi* ley e«
Mid week prayer ewvt “
UNION GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH
J. C. Vandiver, Paster
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Morning worehip at 11:00 a. m.
Training Union at 7:00 p. m.
Evening wonhip at 8:00 p. m.
Wednesday, prayer meeting at 7:45
STAHVTSXS METHODIST CHURCH
Sberroll HaU, Pasler
Sunday school at 10:00 a in.
Morning worship at 11 o'clock.
Evening Service at 7:30.
First and thud Sundays ol each month.
IOT BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Morning worship 11 a. ns.
Baptist Training Uaicu #•<# p. a.
Prayer meeting 8:30 p. m.
*05 Weal Pacific
31 E. Prsnise. Pasts*
Sunday School, 10:00 a. ra.
Class tor oil nisi
Sunday Morning Mawldn 11:00 a. as.
Evangelistic Service 1:30 p. Ok
Thursday Young People's Conqueror's
Service 7:30 p. m.
Saturday Regular Wersidp aatf Bible |
Study, 7:30 p. m.
Came worship with ue where a Chris-
rtendsT* J,U ^
CLARKSVILLE BAPTIST CHUBCM
Sunday school at k«8.
Preaching at 11.
Training union ot 7.
Evening service at I p. St.
Brotherhood boom Monday sventne at
Teachers and officer* wasting Wednes-
day evening at 7 fallowed by preach'
MULL AVUrun BAPilST CHURCH
• ». Hadaea. Paolo*
Jundey school at 10 a. m.
Morning worship at 11 o’clock.
Rapifat TSgfaiog union at StM p. w.
Evening worship at 7:30 pom.
Mid-week prayer eervioss wtU bo h
Wednesday at 7:30 p*.
Everyone te we leprae fa ahead dm
eerviaee with us.
ASauatt cr ood
I. A. Graver. Pasler
"For John truly baptised with water:
but ye shall be baptised with the Holy
Giioet not many days he nee." Acte 1:5.
"suiuTay school art 9:45 o.m.
Morning worship at 11 o'clock.
Children's ehurch at 7:15 p.ra.
Evangelistic service at 7:45 p er.
Prayer service at 8:30 a*.
Prayer service at 9:30 as.
Bible study at 7:45 p.ra.
(T. MAUK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Comer Gay and Live Oak
I. M. Washington. Rector
Services will be conducted at
regular time, 9 a. m„ Sunday.
mST HM1HD PEHTECueiAL CHURCH
Comer Canfield and Melba
J. T. Wanes, Feeler
Sunday school at 10:00
Morning worship at 11:00.
Evening worship at 7:30.
Wednesday night prayer meetings at |
Friday night youth service at 7:45.
Special music and singing.
Welcome one and all.
CHURCH or CHR1RT
last Oultmas A*esse
Paul L. —
Sabin* C ommenity
Rev. 1. 3L Leo. pastor
Church school. 10 a m.
Morning worship, 11 a.m.
Bible School at 9:43 a. BS.
Congregational .Singing at 10:43 a. ra.
Communion at 10:55 a. ra
Sermon at 1 lr(0 a. ra
aenaaictlun at 11:36 a. ra
Evening classes at 6:30 p. ra
Evening Sermon at 7:30 p. ra
Ladies' Clasa 23 10:00 a. ra
Mid-Week Bible Study at 7:30 p. ra.
W* invite you fa be with us this eoi
tag Lord'* Day.
Methodist youth fellowship, brother,
hood, spultua! Ill* group, children's 1*1
lowship at 4:15 p.m.
Evening worship. 7:30 pm.
ot at 2 pm.
sting at 7.-30 pm.
Bible Study, 10:15
Communion. 11:00 a.m.
Sermon. 11:10 a.m.
Benediction. 12 noon.
Evening service*. 7 p.m.
Midweek services, 7 p.i
CHURCH Or OOD
B. Mala Street
IlUliri ToSS. Paster
Sunday school at 9:45 am.,
Worship at 11 a.m.
Evangelistic sefvice at 7:30 pm.
Women’s Missionary band service and
work at^8:30 pm.
Young people* servtoe at 7:30. Vaudron*
The earth travels 18 miles a
second in its journey around the
THE REIGN OF DAVID
HE CONQUERED JERUSALEM AND DWELT THEREIN.
AND RULED WITH JUSTICE
Scriptures^II Samuel 5;G-*5; 8-9.
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By NEWMAN CAMPBELL
JERUSALEM Is now, 3,000
years after the events of this les-
son, one of the most interesting
cities of the world and still one
of the most discussed. It is. prob-
ably in international relations, one
of the most important. The old
city, which is called Ue Walled
City, the city gf Solomon, David
and our Lord, also of the Cru-
saders, is largely populated by
Arabs, and held by the Arab
1-egion. The sacred places of the
three great religions—the Church
of the Holy Sepulchre /of the
Christians, the Mostpic ot Omar
of the Moslems, and the Wailing
Wall of the Jews are there.
The new city, consisting of
modern schools, apartment build-
ings, shops and hospitals, is west
and north of Ue old city. It is
now the capital of Israel and out
of a population of 150,000, there
are 120.000 Jews.
David’s task was to undertake
The old enemies of the He-
brews, the Philistines, were well
aware of David's growing
strength and decided once again
to try to conquer this upsUrt
people, as they doubtless Uought
of Uem. David's military vic-
tories are next summarized.
David, as always, consulted Ue
will of God, and by His help de-
feated the Philistines. The Moa-
bite army came next. David had
at one time taken refuge with
the Moabites and had entrusted
hi* father and motherto Ue king
of Moab. Legend has it that Uls
king put David'svpsrents to deaU,
and that this was the origin of
the war against them. David
doubtless had strong provocation,
against them. He subdued Ue
Moabites and they brought tribute
to Ueir conqueror.
"David aleo smote Hadadexer,
the son of Rehob, king of Zobah,
as he went to recover his border
at Ue river Euphrates," And
"As for Ood. His way is perfect: The word of Jehovah is tried;
He is • shield unto ail them that take refuge in Him.”
—II Samuel 22:31.
Ue organisation of Ue whole 12
tribes and to bring Israel under
one sovereign head. He could not
do that until Jerusalem was con-
quered. It was held by the Jebu-
sites, who evidently thought Ue
city was impregnable, so they
placed Ue lame and the blind be-
fore it, in dertaion of this wotild-
be conqueror, and said, "He can-
not come into Ue house.”
'We are not told, so brief Is this
episode, just how the place ws*
overcome, but so it was, nnd
David dwelt in the stronghold and
ealled H Ue City of David.
David had promised the com-
mand of the army to the man
who would successfully lead Ue
attack, nnd Joab was Ue man.
"And David waxed greater and
greater; for Jehovah, Uc God of
hosts, was wtu him.”
David had hia fault*. He was
not a perfect man. but he was
hot wtUul, like Saul, and he was
alwayff close to Jehovah nnd did
always aa he was commanded.
So David waxed greater and
greater, and Hiram, king of Tyre,
aeht Cedar trees and carpenters
to him and they built him n house.
Probably the Israelites were not
gifted tn building It 1s refresh-
ing, after so much war and vio-
lence, to and this friendly co
operation of two groat nations. I
Based on iu|.>rattled Ol
David took "a thousand chariots
and 700 horsemen, nnd 20.000
footmen; and David houghed
(ham-strung) all the chariot
horses, but reserved of Uem for
an hundred chariots.”
Next the Syrians came to suc-
cor Hadadexer, and 20j000 of their
men were alain. ’Then David put
..garrisons in Syria of Damascus;
and the Syrians became servants
to David, and brought gifta: And
the Lord preserved David whiUer-
soever he went.”
"And David reigned over all
Israel: and David executed judg-
ment nnd justice unto all hia peo-
Just one more episode in our
long lesson, nnd we must close.
David had never forgotten his
t friend, Saul a son. Jonathan,
began to wonder if by chance
ere was one of Saul's family
Vet living, that he might show
Him kindness for Jonathan's sake.
A servant of Saul's house told
him that Saul's grandson. Jona-
than's son. was living David sent
for him. His name was Mephtbo-
shot it. and lie was lame in hoU
feet. He fell at David's feet when
he was brought tnto the king's
presence. David gave him land
had servants to till it and made
him a permanent guest at the
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