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PAGE 4, TIMPSON & TENAHA NEWS,THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 2003
By M ark Sloan, Minister, Carthage Church of Christ
he is tempted
by God; for
with evil, and
man: but each
Folks express opinon at the Parks Renovation Com-
mittee meeting Tuesday._Photo by F. Reeh
By Angela Shields
“Bro. Sloan, would you please
tell me what is the origin of sin?
ANSWER: The history of the
first sin is found in Genesis 3:
when Satan tempted Eve. The
Bible teaches that the devil
tempts all of us, even as was
Jesus tempted. Eleb. 4: 15 says
“For we have not a high priest
which cannot be touched with
the feelings of our infirmities: but
was in all points tempted as we
are, yet without sin.” Jesus was
being tempted by the devil to
depart from the teachings of God.
But, while God allows us to be
tempted, the bible teaches that
He also provides a means or way
of escape. “There hath no temp-
tation taken you but such is com-
mon to man: but god us faithful,
who will not suffer you to be
tempted above that ye are able,
but will with the temptations
make a way to escape, that ye may
be able to bear if ’ (ICor. 10: 13).
James, the apostle wrote and
said, “Let no man say when he is
man is Mark Sloan
tempted when he is drawn away
by his own list, and enticed. ”(
Jamse 1:13, 14). This tells us the
true origin of sin; IT IS IN THE
HUMAN HEART! That is where
sin begins with each of us, and
that is whaf’origin” means.
That’s why we are warned, “Keep
thy heart with all diligence, for
out of it are the issues of life.”
(Prov.4: 23). Keep the heart pure
and sin cannot get a hold of your
life or mine.
You can send your questions
to Bro. Sloan for answer and pub-
lication in the Timpson & Tenalia
News , PO. Box 740 , Timpson,
During the month of Febru-
ary, our nation recognizes
black Americans. It is time
where programs are set aside
in every state to celebrate the
accomplishments of black
Americans. At the Christian
Center, a Black History Pro-
gram was held on he fourth
There is a member of the
Christian Center who is part
of the U.S. Army. Her name
is Chaya Carter and she has
orders to report to Turkey.
Everyone in the congregation
prayed for Chaya to have a
safe arrival. And they are all
believing God that she will re-
turn to the states unharmed.
As our nation prepares to go
to Iraq, as Christians it is im-
portant to know that God is
in control. Let’s remember to
pray for our president, our
troops and our enemies.
New Hope News
By Addie B. McClendon
Hello everybody. Hope all is
well with you. My blood sugar is
up. I’m just eating so much and
it is down some. Well, the sun is
shining this morning. I was glad
to see Mr. Sun. It has been a long
The Williams’ had a good ga-
rage sale Saturday. It was super.
Good day for it.
I am yet enjoying my new
home. March came in like a lamb
- it will go out like a lion. They
say we will be blessed after all.
Think we live in the better part of
I want to get me some mus-
tard plants and some potatoes
and forgot them and they are
ready to plant. You know the
times have really changed. My
dad planted com and potatoes
on the 14th of February. They
would get bit down but would
come out and make good. Where
did the com grater go? We used
to shell a cotton sack full of com.
Papa would carry to the mill on
Saturday morning. My mama
would cook that good old thick
bread for supper. One would go
to the spring and get that cooler
full of milk, crumble up that com
bread, pour milk in it. That’s all
we would have for supper. We
had a neighbor who fed their girls
com bread and when they got
big they said, “Mama, why can’t
we eat light bread like the other
kids. All we ever get is com
bread and milk.” She said if you
get hungry you will eat it. When
my brother Lemuel would go get
the milk we hid us a cup full and
drank it before he carried it to
the house. I took a piece of hog
head, hid it when I looked at it, it
was full of worms. I would get
my part of everything and was
fat as a little pig when I married
in 1933.1 weighed 210 lbs. One
time Mama was frying fish and I
Separation from God
Rom. 8: 35 “Who shall separate
us from the love of Christ? Shall
tribulation or distress, or perse-
cution, or famine, or nakedness,
or peril or sword? As it is writ-
ten, For thy sake we are killed all
the day long; we are accounted
as sheep for the slaughter. Nay,
in all these things we are more
than conquerors through Him
that loved us. For I am persuaded
that neither death nor life nor
powers nor things present nor
things to come. Nor heights nor
depth nor any other creature
shall be able to separate us from
the love of God, which is in
Christ Jesus our Lord.” This
does not say once saved, always
saved. It does not say we can-
not remove ourselves. We know
that all do sin. I John 1: 7,8 “But
stole me a piece, ran out of the
house and Mama came out run-
ning behind me. I looked and saw
her and threw it under the house.
The old Geesie got it, came out
right by me and all the rest was
trying to catch him. When I was
working at Holly Farms an old
rooster spurred me and sent me
to the hospital. After that I was
the bad rooster killer. Anyone
had a bad rooster would come
and get me a stick, I’d top him on
if we walk in the light, as He is in
the light, we have fellow ship one
with another and the blood of
Jesus Christ, His Son, cleanseth
us from all sin. If we say that we
have no sin, we deceive our-
selves, and the truth is not in us.”
James 5:19 “Brethren, if any do
err from the truth and one
converteth the sinner from the er-
ror of his way shall save a soul
from death, and shall hide a mul-
titude of sins.” So we see that
nothing can remove us from the
love of God which is in Christ
except self. Also to have the love
of God we must be in Christ. That
is to have been baptized into His
death. Mark 16”: 15,16 “And He
said unto them, Go ye into all the
world and preach the gospel to
every creature. He that believeth
and is baptized shall be saved,
the head and throw him with the
rest of the dead. No one would
tell on me. When I would want a
big fat hen, I would kill one and
tell my boss she was hung in the
wire and take her home and so
many got hung in the wire. He
said, “Addie, you stop killing
those hens.” That stopped good
but he that believes not shall be
damned.” Gal. 3: 27 “As many of
you as have been baptized into
Christ have put on Christ.” I John
2: 1-3 “My little children, these
things I write unto you that you
sin not. And if any man sin, we
have an advocate with the Father,
Jesus Christ the righteous. And
He is the propitiation for our sins.
And not for ours only, but also
for the sins of the whole world.
And hereby we do know that we
love Him, if we keep His com-
mandments.” It is very pain then,
we can remove ourselves from the
love of God. Come study with
the Church of Christ that meets
in Timpson, Texas located on
McLaughlin Street. Sunday Bible
Study at 9 a..m. - worship at 10
a.m. and 5 p.m.
Teachings from the Bible
936-569-9840_Timpson Church of Christ Dwayne Sowell, minister
Tenaha First United Methodist Church
_By Martha Brennion-Nease
Tenaha First United Meth- The dates for our church
odist Church met Sunday,
March 2. The regular service
times on Sunday are Sunday
School 10:00 am and Worship
10:45 am. The introit sung by
the choir was “Turn Your Eyes
Upon Jesus”. The hymns for
the day were “Open My Eyes,
That I May See”, “The Prom-
ised Land”, “This World Is Not
My Home” and “Rock of
Ages, Cleft For Me”. The
Special Music was “The Un-
clouded Day”. The sermon
was from 2 Kings 2: 1-12 and
Mark 9:2-9. The sermon was
titles “Peeking Through The
Mary Graves’ daughter vis-
ited with us today. 22 were
present for the service.
The Ladies meet on Tues-
day mornings. They are start-
ing another quilt. They will start
other craft projects if there are
non-quilters interested. This
week they were having a cov-
ered dish lunch.
Over the weekend the Fel-
lowship hall was broken into.
A window in the fellowship hall
was broken and a window in
the Sanctuary was broken.
This individual needs to be on
our prayer lists.
The Computer Lab is avail-
able for use or instruction by
appointment by members of
the community. The only rea-
son for making an appointment
is the church is not left un-
locked. Contact Rev. Jerry
Burnette at 248-2481 or at the
church 248-2246. The Tenaha
First United Methodist Church
web site address is <http://
gbgmchurches. gbgm-umc. org/
The regular Men’s Break-
fast was at 7:30am on Sunday,
March 2nd. The men really
enjoy the food and the fellow-
ship at these breakfasts.
Brack reported that he had to
take Joan to the emergency
room in Nacogdoches about
4:00 am. Joan has some abra-
sions on her eyes. Everyone
hopes she feels better soon.
5th, an Administrative Council
(the monthly church business)
meeting was scheduled at 6:30
12th, will be a covered dish fel-
lowship. We all need to start
planning what to cook and start
inviting members of our life and
fellowship are April 6th - 8th.
Rev. George Helton is sched-
uled to be our evangelist.
Brack Harrison saw George
Helton’s daughter over the
weekend. Brack reported that
George is doing well and is
looking forward to the revival
We are anticipating the ar-
rival of Chris and Fern
Christensen back from Ari-
zona. Fern has some broken
ribs. Hope the journey was
not too tiring and she will be
back in the activities with the
We have a growing prayer
list for members of our con-
gregation, their families,
friends and members of the
community. Anyone may be
added or removed from the list
simply by a request to our pas-
tor, Brother Jerry Burnette.
The PRAYER LIST is printed
on the back of each week’s
bulletin. Added to the list this
week were Bobby Clifton who
will be taking his GED tests
this week. Also added were
the members of Tenaha High
School’s Basketball Team as
they head to the state finals.
Brother Jerry will be going to
the doctor Thursday to check
on his sugar and weight. If
you did not attend church for
any reason but would like a
copy of the bulletin contact
Brother Jerry Burnette at the
parsonage or the church.
Willow Grove Church’s
Women’s Group normally
meets on the 2nd Friday of the
month. Because February’s
2nd Friday is Valentine’s Day
the women’s group meeting
has been cancelled for this
month. The church will be
having a Valentine’s social.
For more information about
this women’s group contact
Cherry Williams or Linda
Wurz at Cuts Plus at 112 Ed
Wall Street or 248-5228.
To host international high
school exchange students for
the upcoming fall semester
or academic year. Students
from over 30 different coun-
tries are hoping to arrive in
August. Call 1-800-941-
3738 for info.
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Buena Vista Baptist Church-James Hall, pastor
Messiah Baptist Church, Danny Buckley, Pastor
Caledonia United Methodist Church, Walt Roberts, Pastor
Church of Christ - Dwayne Sowell, min.
County Line Missionary Baptist Church, Bro. Jim Taylor, Pastor, SS 10 a.m.,
S. Eve. 6 p.m. (FM 1971)
Corinth Missionary Baptist Church - Bro. James Williams, Min. FM 1970
Ephipany Catholic Mission-Sat. Mass 5 p.m., Thur. 8:30 a.m., at Mission, 3
mi. So. Hwy. 59, Father Jones
First Assembly of God, John Richerson, Pastor
First Baptist Church-SS 9:30 am, Ser. 10:45 am, Clark Stricklin, Min.
First Christian Church-1/3 N. 2nd, SS 10 am, Assem. 11, Res Humphreys, minister
First United Methodist-Lynn Loe, Min., Ch. Sch. 9:30 am, worship 10:50 am,
Youth Fellowship 6:30 pm
Highway Tabernacle, Hwy. 84, Douglas McDonald, Pastor
House of Refuge Mimsteries, Rev. Wm. Earl Nash
Good Hope Baptist Church (Blair) Elmer Mathews,Pastor, SS10 am, Ser. 10:45 am
Mt. Gillion Baptist Church, Rev. C.L. Cotton minister
Mt. Olive Baptist Church (Silas) Cliff Hughes, Min.
New Columbia Missionary Baptist, Donald R. Melton, Pastor.
New Prospect Missionary Baptist Church-FM 2026
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church-Hwy. 87, near Timpson, Bro. Johnny Lewis, Pastor
Stockman U. Methodist Church- Rev. Jerry Burnette,4 pm Sunday except 5th
Timpson Missionary7 Baptist Church, Sammy Eldredge, Min.
United Pentecostal, Jim H. Jacob, Min.- 254-2607
Woodland Christian Church - Bro. Roy Platt,SS 10 Ser. 10:45 a.m 6-6/6:45p.
Bright Morning Star Baptist
First Baptist Church-Bill Holmes, Min.
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Old Center Baptist Church
Paxton Missionary Baptist Church
Paxton United Methodist Church - Billy Freeman, pastor
Ramah Missionary Baptist Church, Bro. Perry, Pastor
Tenaha Church of Christ
Tennessee First United Methodist Church (Tenn. Com.)Rev.Lynn Loe, Pastor
Tennessee Presbyterian Church, FM 947, Rev. W.E. Lytch, Pastor
Woods New Hope Church, Woods Community
Cold Spnngs Bap Church, Harry7 Lee Wilson, Pastor, SS 10 a.m. Ser. 11 am, Wed 6:30
Garrison First United Methodist - SS 9:45 am, Ser. 11 am, Rev.Walt Roberts, Pastor
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Friendship Baptist Church, Bill Martin, Min.
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Jackson Missionary Baptist Church-Dock Lazarene, Min.
Joaquin Community Church, Hwy. 84 at Hwy. 7, Jody Hooper, Min.
Lone Cedar Baptist Church- Sam Glover, min.
Old Home Missionary7 Baptist Church - Bro. Michael Maniss, min.
Pine Ridge Missionary Baptist - Pastor Mark Woolf
United Methodist Church, Billy Freeman, Pastor
Word of Faith Outreach, Hwy. 84, Haslam
Arcadia Church of Christ - Arcadia Rd.
Center Christian Church- Timpson Hwy. Jim Wheeler, Min
Center Christian Fellowship - Tenaha Hwy. Don C. Murphree, Min.
Church of Christ- Jeff Kidd, min.
Church of Christ, Hurst St., Center
Hillcrest Baptist Church- 901 Southview Dr., Henry7 Hughes, Min.
James Church of Christ- Hwy. 7 East, Elton Hughes, min.
Mt. Herman Church of Christ, Hwy. 7 West
Mt Pleasant Church of Christ- H.B. Bounds, Min.
Northside Church of Christ- Tenaha Hwy. Cecil I. Jones, Min.
St. Therese Catholic - Father Susai min. Upper Arcadia Rd.
United Pentecostal Church - San Augustine Hwy., M.H. Shubert, Min
Bethel Baptist Church - Clayton
Calvary Baptist Church - Tenaha Hwy. S.
Cedar Grove Baptist Church - Carthage, Freddy Mason, Min.
Deadwood United Pentecostal
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