The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 22, 1925 Page: 2 of 12
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The Brands Weekly Church and Religious Page
M at >541 s.m. in.
av tto itotor UllMi
^ ______ _ al TJ»
kin a cordial wolcoma to nd
ud all of Umm sCTtooa.
Bav. a. R. Temptoton of AmarlUo
will tomftor fmrh on Saturday
yghfa before the Ural and third inn-
daye la each month, ae well aa at
hoth aerrloaa on the flrat and third
Bib*, atndy from 10:00 to 11:00
o'clock each Humlay. Communion eer-
vloao each Sunday at 11:00 o'clock.
Wo Invite everybody to be with ua.
W. A. KNOX,
J. 8. 11IUGINM,
J. O. Hay awe, Pooler
Wo had a good day laat Sunday,
flood crowda at all the service*, In-
cluding Sunday School ami Kpworth
League. The new Junior department
lo getting a line atart. The Primary
department la going on In great ahape
In aplte of their recent loaa to the
Junior department of teachera and
puplla. The league had over thirty
laat Sunday. Kverylrndy enjoyed the
evening oervlce. Mina Kuykendall of
Clovia read Van yke’a, “The Ifanaton,''
and the people all appreciated her
forceful preaentatlon of that gripping
Let each one be In hla place next
Sunday at all the church aervloea. If
yon have become ca releu In the
church-going habit, thla la a mighty
good time to rc-catahllah youraelf In
that good habit. The |wst«r will oc-
cupy the pulpit at both the morning
and evenlug aervlcea. Good mualc by
the choir and the congregation. Sun-
day night there will bo a new de-
parture In congregational alnglng. You
will enjoy It. All the young people
of the church lire urged to lie there.
Note the time of the aervlcea:
Sunday School at 11:45 a. tn.
Preaching and Junlon church al 11
O'cnck a. in.
Rpworth la-aguc al 0:80 p. ill.
Bvenlng aoug and preaching aervlcc
at T :80 p. in.
New coniera, atrangcra, anil all vlalt-
ora are ulwaya welcome to all our acr-
EVANGELICAL 14 THEBAN
V. Kollman, Faator
At the court houae.
Sunday School at 10:08 a. in.
Scrvlcca at 11 a. in.
Subject to la- treated. "The Mar-
riage Feast," huaeil on Matt. 28:1-14.
A cordial welcome la extended to all.
* •*» »
Reaaona offered against mlaaloa
etndy by Kethlcto Hawkins, Claud
Sharp. Beth Millard and flladya Mc-
Reaaona offered tor mission study
by T'rsaleee Fridley, Louise Jacobson,
Caw thou Bryant, Lyndeil Brooke and
ttpeelal mualc -Mettle Lou Harrison.
Hate Sunday. October 25, HUB.
Place The Prealiyterlan church.
Time—<1:45 p. m.
leader Murphy Hardy.
“What doea God do for ua"—Earle
"flow to follow God'a Promise"—
Duet—Mildred Fullwood and Jose-
ltoll call to which each member
present rea|M>nda with acrlpturo quo-
f lowing song 255.
UNION SENIOR CHRISTIAN
Topic—"Our New Americana: How
They Help I’a and Ilow We Can Help
Them?"—Deut. 10:12-22; Luke 7:1-15.
Scripture Reading—Rem a r k a by
Song Prayer by Leader.
Debate Reoolvod; "That we may
learn aa much from the tiulgranta aa
they can learn from ua." Affirmative,
Audrey Carroll and Velma Carroll:
Negative, Howard Golden and Paul
Heiairt of Judgea.
MONEY OR CHRIST?
(II) W. K. Illll. Ilsptlat Pastor)
I.CHNon Acta IN:IS; 10:41.
Hidden Text -"For the love of
money ta a root of all kllida of evil,”—
I Timothy tl:10.
The printed text In the quarterlies
la only a |oirt of the acrlpture aa
algned for the study the entire phh-
aago ladug iin cited aliove. Thla
ahould be read very carefully. Much
light will be added by a careful read-
ing of Acta 20:17-88, which la fa-
will to found the
■ tnl arrival nt
with Affuflu sad
brief atop at HptoMi
m Ma way to Aattorh la RyHa waa
Is. Hs prsacbsd mm at Rtow
thla hrlsf visit la the
tot soon sailed tor Syria, and
___an surly return to
Ttorn waa an eloquent young preach-
er, tot with very limited knowledge
of the things of the Kingdom, ns mod
Apolkm then preaching la Kptonua.
Aqulla and Priarilla rendered the
canae of groat eorvtce In Instructing — —
Apollue more accurately In thlngn ho j very boot. Something of tho Intensity
should preach. He was a willing of hla mlaatonary activities here nr#
learner, and, when he moved to Cor- seen In hla Farewell Addreaa, reoord-
Inth. the church gladly gave him a ml In chapter twenty. Note some of
church letter of love and fellowship, .the expresaalona: "with what lowll-
We wish we knew more about the.nea* of mind.” "with tears," “trial*
labors of this tine and promising which liefell me by the plots," "pub-
young preacher; but the historian, lldy and from house to houae." "tea-
Luke la following the work of Paul'ttfylng to Jews and Greek*," "night
and hla fellow-mlaalonarles chiefly, and day with tear*." "ceaaed not to
Another interesting Incident In this admonish." "declaring unto yon the
lung text la the "rebaptlama" of the
part tad of thorn
him. Ho boos to tto
Mock, nukos hla vo|
haatsna buck to
ttorongk-friag work of
eves poors. Hove, as
incuroa vMoore heeaaoe of grand. Tot
nothlag eaa dtor hla groat ooal dUoi
with luvo tor God and his feflowmsa
On ho goes, tlrelent, enthmdaaUc. no?
er to bo turned buck. Men ore dying
and he hue the words of llto—ho can-
not ho atlll until to boa done his
twelve men Paul found at Ephesus
who had I wen "baptised" by aome one
whole council of God." "coveted no
nian'a silver or gold," and "these
hands ministered unto iuy neeeasltle#
who had known nothing of the work and to that were with me.'
of the Holy Spirit. Faith In Jeaua and 1. The work Paul did In Epeeaua.
the regenerating work of the Spirit Paul waa no Idler, but n labourer.
at Tyrsaua. Tho Orsok word
“king." Bo wo would any they oaod
Professor King's school boose tor tto
meetings. Tto aorvtcea were conduct-
ed every night la the week, no wo ore
told Paul reasoned "dolly." Thla con-
tinued tor two yeoro, n rather long
revival meeting, hot tho result* ware
well worth It. Then remember the
preacher they had to do the preach-
ing. It take* time and work to ac-
complish thing* religiously. A auiall
part of any preacher'* work ta the
Sunday preaching, and yet that la
Aanother type of religious activity
characterised thla campaign. "Special
miracles" were wrought by Paul. Oth-
ers teat tiled and preached; hut the
record limits the miracle working to
Paul the Apoatle. It waa even extra-
ordinary for Paul himself t+ heal,
and wo an
Trophimus at Ml
not tool hta or-----
It of eonno (II Tto. «:*•). V* to
sort ttorn worn mm
worn trying to kohl,
that "Ood wa
11m script ora tallo na
strolling Jews" who
tto bum of
thorn were two oou of Beova,
tally auccetsful la "tooling Urn folks"
about healing tto ok*. Per Ml orU
spirit pounced upon thaw on an oc-
casion when they wore trying thin and
(Continued on Pego 11)
waa taught and they were "rebaptla-
ed." Juat any Imptlam was not sat-
isfactory to tho apoatle Paul
He wanted at any «,o*t to himself to
win to Christ and so to be "free from
blood of all men." At And. ae usual
Ashbrook & Williams
Improved cotton and wtont
farms for sale. Largo Hot of
non-realdcnce land la Hoinford
List your forma with na, u
wo are getUng some lnqairtoo
for small Improved tracts.
Office, Pint National Bank
We again have Paul in one of the and with aland the usual result, he
greatest of tho ancient cities, develop- taught and preached lu the Jewish
lug a church of Jeaua Christ. At synagogue, or meeting honae. He
Phllllpi, at Theaaalnm-la, at Corinth, j used reason and persuasion lu these
he had laboured auw-eaafully and; services.- He didn’t limit himself to
passed on to new Held*, leaving the
work of further development In the
hands of hla fellow-missionaries. Now
he undertake* a campaign In the
laat, except Rome herself, of these
them> public aervh-ea; but went "from
house to house with tears" persuading
those who could not, or would not,
attend the synagogue services. Thla
kind continued for three months until
For Saturday, October 31, Only
3 Package* Mother’s Out# for
Protect Your Earning Ability
You are subject to 21(>0 different diseases. Sub-
ject to Accident while at home, traveling, automo-
biling; as a pedestrian and in recreation, aside
from miscellaneous ways.
JUST REMEMBER—When it rains you can buy
an umbrella; when it is cold you can buy an over-
coat, and when you are hungry you can buy some-
thing to cat, BUT YOU CANT BUY HEALTH
AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE when you are
sick or hurt.
RALPH BARNETT, Manager
Phone 273 Hereford Insurance Agency
The Home of Good Groceries
Just Try Us Once !
L W. CARLYLE
ROCKWELL BROS. &CO.
W. R. Hill, Pastor I
Sunday School meets at 11:45 a. in.,
with A. G. Thoni|an>ii tin* gi-ui-nil
anperlntcndcni. All intuit Ihiptlata arc
urged to atli-ml I Ills service.
The pmirhlng service la-glna lit
10:45 and clime* lit II :45. The aer-
moil by llic paalor will la- nil (lie
subject, "And They Continued."
Eleven Joined our church Inal Sun-
day, and we are Imping to have ua
many more tin* coming one.
HuubeiiiiiM lire to meet with Mrs.
Manjoct, tin- lender at 10:45.
11. V. I', r. meet Inga ure all ut
8:45 now. lulereatlug progriima.
Evening preaching service at 7:2d
o'elm-k. We tire to have another
Winter*# icy bla#ts will be whistling around the corner before you know it
now. You will want WARM CLOTTIING before the month is out. We
have scoured the markets in search of the choicest garments for you we
could buy and have a full assortment on hand at prices that will pleaae you:
SATISFACTION MUST BE
(October 31, Only)
30x3 Vi Inner Tube#.
SHEEP LINED COATS
COME IN AND LOOK THEM OVER l
J. 0. NEWELL
Magnolia Cat—Magnolia Oils—Tires,
Tube* and Accattoriet
Magnolia Filling Station
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The Hereford Brand (Hereford, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 40, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 22, 1925, newspaper, October 22, 1925; Hereford, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth584150/m1/2/: accessed April 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Deaf Smith County Library.