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and strengthening pbwer on all the hearts of their children away from vital
churches !" religion and personal coininunion with
I t is very easy to see that the churches God by card-playing and dancing. They
are not reaching the masses as they ought will merely laugh you to scorn if you, .
to. Crowds surge by their doors with- "in this intelligent age," should mention
out ever a thought of entering. I n order it in so many words.
to reach thenl, all kinds of devices are Can you expect a revival, a genuine,
resorted to, with the cry: "Let us reach heart-searching, lasting revival of grace,
the people by all means!" And many where such a state of things exists, in any
a church has adopted methods that cannot general way? Should a real Holy Ghost
possibly be blessed by the Holy Spirit. revival strike such a church by some kind
What is the good of getting a crowd into of miracle, it would either sweep away all
the church for a "special occasion" unless the vain idols of these would-be mem-
there is Pentecostal power in the pulpit bers and humble them in the dust before
The prowise 4s unto you and to your and in the pew? Do you thinlc the the Lord, revealing to them their lulce-
clzild~en. Acts 2 :39. "secrets of the unbeliever's heart will be warmness and worldliness (1 John 2 :15-
made manifest; and so falling down on . 17)) and bring tllein out on the resur-
@ THERE ARE, in our day, so many
his face he will worship God, and ;eport rection side of the cross of Christ-wash-
claims made on the members of the dif- that God is in you of a truth"? I Coi. " ed and cleansed in His atoning blood;
ferent churches that some of the most 14 :25. or it would make them ask for their cer-
vital interests are often thrust aside, or tificates of church membership, and seek
only occasionally touched upon. There are even "revivals" held that
seem to leave a very weak impression another church as dead as themselves.
I refer especially to the necessity of on the community. I asked a very in- "Birds of a feather flock together."
being "endued with power from on The real facts, when known, are these,
high." There are church members who, that a number of church members have
merely reading that statement, are apt to never been saved. They have been re-
throw tliis message aside, and say: "Non- ceived into membership merely on a gen-
sense! What do I care about such high- eral confession of their acceptance of
toned phrases? That may do for minis- Christ and Christian principles, and the
ters, but it is completely outside my doctrines of the church. But they have
sphere !" never experienced a change of heart, and
And still, without this power, all the therefo~e know nothing by practical, per-
other interests of the church drag on, sonal experience of being justified
drag on-and become a drudgery instead through the merits of Christ by faith, and
of a delight. regenerated by the power of the Holy
Those Christians who have not quite Spirit. Rom. 5 : l ; John 3 :8. Much less
closed their ears to the voice of the Holy do they know anything by experience
Spirit, as H e points to the dead state of of the blessings of sanctification and the
numerous church members, are getting baptism in the Holy Ghost. There are,
alarmed, and are beginning to see that fluential and wealthy layman in America, nevertheless, some of them, having heaid
the supreme need'of the Church today "Don't you have revival meetings in your about this blessing-the full Pentecost-
is not any got-up, man-made revival but church?" H e replied, "Yes, but they do who are seeking it, but vainly, because
a mighty outpouring of Pentecostal pow- not revive! They are more a financial they have not yet entered in by the door
er. Prayer is being offered up in operation than anything, for clearing to the kingdom of Christ.
churches and elsewhere on behalf of a church expenses." Just fancy that-:a re- We have met cases where people are
general Pentecostal Baptism of the Holy vival that can only pull the people LIP seeking this Pentecostal power who have
Spirit. This is the only answer to the to the level of giving a little more than not yet been saved. How s o ? Simply
spiritual dearth prevalent in so many usual to the cause of Christ! On what because they have claimed that church
comnlunities, clogging the wheels of the level do people of that class. generally membership is sufficient to make them
Church and preventing the onward stand during the rest of the year? I will Christians. What stupendous blindness !
maich of the .kingdom of Christ. tell you. They attend church just when it How often have I, on asking people
pleases them, just to keep up the appear- if they were Christians, been met with
I t was said of John the Baptist that ance of being members, or not to offend the answer: "Oh, yes, I belong to the
"he was a burning and a shining light." tile pastor, or because they have some Church" or, "Yes, Sir, I go
Both are necessary; we cannot shine un- general interest in religious work. They to hear Dr. -----.._." they seem stupe-
less we burn. There is much would-be have associations there, and like to appear fied when I reveal to them that the church
Christianity in our day, but it has only an in stylish or attractive dresses. ,They give cannot save, or that church membership
outward brightness; there is no fire their pastor a good salary, perhaps, and is not enough. "Protestants I Do Protes-
within. I was surprised one day to see are interested in his high-flowing rhet- tants live in such blindness ?" Yes, by the
a, very bright light in the windows of otic, and proud of his popularity. They thousands, I an sorry to say.
a house; it seemed as if the house are interested in philanthropic work, o r s (Continued on page sixteen)
was on fire, but it was only the reflec- may merely come and go as members
tion of the sun. Some Christians reflect without burdening their hearts with any
the glory of Christ; others have it with- of the claims of church members save T. B. Barratt, pioneer of the
in-they both burn and shine. They have living a moral life, attending services Pentecostal movement i n Europe, ,
Christ and His Holy Spirit within them. and the ordinary r o ~ ~ t i n e church life.
of wrote this message more than forty
' years ago. It is a call that needs to
God be praised, the. cry is constantly Many of them have no evil conscience be sounded again all over the world.
growing more intense : "Oh, that the fire because of supporting theaters by their
of heaven might fall with all its refining presence there, or leading the minds and
@ IN 1 PETER :21 we have this scrip-
3 Christian) into the element of the Holy
ture: "The like figure whereunto even Brocy I. Greer Ghost. This is the glorious Baptism with
baptism dot11 also now save us (not the or in the Holy Ghost. Jesus is the Agent
rutting away of the filth of the flesh, but or Administrator of this Baptism.
the ansqrer of a good conscience toward This proves that the Baptism in the Holr "Therefore being by the right hand of
God,) by the resurrection of Jesus Ghost is not the Baptism that saves; bu God exalted, and having received of the '
Christ." WHAT IS THIS BAPTISM THAT you must be saved before you are eligible Father the promise of the Holy Ghost,
SAVES ? for the Baptism in the Holy Ghost. H e 'hath shed forth this, ,which ye now
I t is not water baptism. This is evi- The purpose of the Baptism in the see and hear." Acts 2:33. The Bap-
denced by the fact that the thief on the Holy Spirit is not to save you, but to tism that saves is administered by the
cross was saved and entered heaven with- give you the power to go forth.as an ef- divine person,. the Holy Ghost ; when H e
out ever being baptized in water. How fectual witness and to get others saved as the agent places the believer, as can-
could he have been saved without water Acts 1 :8. didate, into the element of the body of
baptism if that is the baptism that saves? Christ or the Church, THIS IS THE BAP-
The Baptism that saves is the Bap- TISM THAT SAVES!
I water baptism saves, why didn't
f tism of 1 Cor. 12 :13, ''For by one Spirit,
Paul baptize at Corinth? H e stayed in are we all baptized into one body." The Rom. 6 :3 speaks .of the invisible Bap-
Corinth a year and a half and God as-" phrase, "by one spirit," signifies that the. tism when by the Spirit we are baptized
sured him that many people would be Holy Spirit is the Agent or Administra- into Jesus Christ. Rom. 6:4 speaks of
.saved; but in 1 Cor. 1 :14, he says, "I tor who places us into the body of Christ, the visible baptism and links the two to-
thank God that I baptized none of you, which is the Cliurch, and there is no gether with the word therefore. "Know
but Crispus and Gaius," and in the 17th other way to get into the Church except ye not, that so many of us as were bap-
verse of the same chapter he states that to be born into it by the operation of tized into Jesus Christ .were baptized in-
"Christ sent me not to baptize, but to the Spirit of God. to His death? T H E R E F O ~we are buried
preach the gospel." The Spirit of God-the Holy Ghost, with Him by baptism into death : that
like as Christ was raised up from the
Jesus did not baptize in water. Read who is a divine personality-places us dead by the glory of the Father, even so
John 4:1, 2. Notice the order: Jesus into the Body of Christ. 1 Cor. 12:13 we also should walk in newness of life."
MADE them disciples, and His disciples calls this operation a Baptism-TEIIS IS The proof of our.visible baptism is a new
baptized them. H e did nct baptize them THE BAPTISM THAT SAVES.
life; for "if any be in Christ, he is a
to make them disciples, but H e first The Baptism of water is a work that new creature." 2 Cor. 5:17. If we are
made them disciples, and then baptized is administered by human agency. The not changed and made new creatures so
them. This order is carried out in the minister, as the agent, places the believer that our changed lives prove our baptism, .
conversions in the house of Cornelius. as the candidate into the element of then it means that the Holy Spirit 'has-not
They were made disciples, their hearts water. The Baptism of the Holy Ghost administered that invisible baptism, plac-
were purified by faith; and to witness is the particular work of the Lord Jesus ing us into. Christ ; and' our visible bap-
to the Jews that they were genuinely Christ. The Father told John the Baptist tism is absolutely invalid, and does not
saved, they were baptized in the Holy that he could identify Jesus as the one mean anything except that we think we
Ghost and spoke with tongues and mag- upon whom the Spirit would descend have sometliing that we 'haven't and we
nified God. Then Peter said : "Can any . and remain, and that His work would be are worse off than before. Having gone
man forbid water, that these should not to baptize with the Holy Ghost and fire. down a dry sinner, we come up a wet
be baptized, who have received the Holy John 1 :33 ; Matt. 3 :11. Jesus, the LAd- hypocrite, having a 'form of godliness
Ghost as well as we?" They were bap- ministrator, places the Christian (or in without the power!
tized, not TO BE SAVED, but because THEY other words, H e literally immerses the The figure that Peter referred to. in
WERE SAVED. Water baptism did not save our text ( 1 Peter, 3 :21) is found in the
them; it only signified that they were preceding verses of that chapter, and re-
saved. minds us that Noah was not saved be-
The Baptism of the Holy Ghost does cause he went into the water-but
not save. Jesus said in John 14:17 "because he stayed out of the water. The
(speaking in reference to the Holy figure 'that h e refers t o is the passing
Ghost/), "Whom the world cannot re- , away . of ; the old Antediluvian age com-
ceive. The Baptism of the Holy Ghost .pletely, shbmerge'd under .water; ,and the
is not for the world, or the sinners; it is coming forth of an entirely new Post-
for the Church and for those who are 'ailuvian' world that had been conipletely
saved. cleansed. This is the-',Baptism tfiat saves
The disciples at Samaria were saved '-the dying out 'of the<old, and the com-
and had the joys of salvation, but as yet 'ing forth of the new; and this trans-
the Baptism of the Holy Ghost had not formatfon .can oriljr be produced by the
fallen upon any of them. The disciples mighty operation of the Holy Ghost
before the day of Pentecost were saved placing us into the, the body of Christ.
and had their names written in heaven, This operation is called in 1 Cor. 12 :13,
(Luke 10 :20) but Jesus told them that a Baptism, . . & THE 1 s THE BAPTISM
they were not to depart from Jerusalem, THAT SAVES."
but to tarry in the city of Jerusalem until s
I n 'Matt. 20 :20-23, ~ a m e and John had
they be endued with power frnrn on high. (Continued on page seventeen)
call you not servants; for the servant
knoweth not what his lord doeth: but
isitation I have called you friends; for all things
ghat I have heard of My Father I have
made known unto you."
@ As CHRIST walked toward Nain, many mighty stream of the Holy Spirit. Christ said doncerning the Holy Spirit,
of His disciples and much pepple accom- "He shall show you things to come." Ex-
The Gifts of the Spirit pect to be filled with the Spirit of wisdom
panied Him. As H e drew near to the
gate of this city, H e saw a funeral train. H e would have us believe to see the and revelation in the intimate knowledge
The only son of a widowed mother was goodness of the Lord in the land of the of Him and what H e is about to do, so
being carried to his burial. The Lord living. Has H e not promised that mirac- that you may be awakened to apprehend
had compassion on the widow and bade ulous signs should follow "them that be- the nearness of His coming, that that day
her not to weep; then H e touched the lieve"? H e has declared, "He that be- may not overtake you as a thief.-S. H . F .
bier and the pall-bearers stood still. H e lieveth on Me, the works that I do shall
spoke a word, "Young man, I say unto he do also; and greater works thlrn THE T EMPORAL OR T HE ETERNAL?
thee, Arise." And he that was dead sat these shall he do; because I go unto I n the earlier years of the work in
up, and began to speak. And Christ My Father!' Dohnavur we were constantly reminded
delivered him to his mother. How shall these greater works be ac- of how there came a messenger unto
Prophet and Priest
complished? Through faith in Christ and Job and said . . . And while he was yet
His Word. H e has declared, "A body speaking there came also another, and
Those who witnessed this episode were hast Thou prepared Me." Heb. 1 0 5 . Not. said . . . for trouble followed trouble
filled with great fear and said, "God hath only did H e have a physical body, but very much after the fashion of those
visited His people." The miracle they there is a spiritual body of which all messengers. One evening, in a brief lull
had seen gave evidence of the presence His saints are members. The presence. between the messengers, two of us spent
of God. But Christ wants us to con- of His Spirit in the members of His, an hour with a small telescope looking at
tinually recognize His presence among spiritual body will be evidenced by the the Great Nebula in Orion. As I looked
us. Has H e not said, "Where two or gifts H e bestows, by the word of wis- into those deeps of darkness lighted by
three are gathered together in My name, dom, the word of knowledge uttered by an infinitely far and faint pale flaine, a
there am I in the midst of them"? them in the power of the Holy Spirit, sense of the eternal came upon me. T h e
Acknowledge the presence of Him who' and by faith which is given by the same world passeth away and the lzrst thereof,
alike is a great prophet and a great priest. Spirit. and the grief thereof, and the zwrong
As a prophet H e will give you revelation. Spiritual Equipment thereof, but he that doeth the zerill o f
As a priest H e will bring you to God, God nbidefh forever, was the word of
that you may know Him and dwell con- "God llath set some in the church . . . that breath of flaine. The transitory
tinually in His presence. miracles, then gifts of healings." 1 Cor. appeared (as we know it to be), in
12 :28. Christ the Miracle-worker, the comparison with the eternal. of no ac-
Acknowledging Him great Healer, functions through yielded count at all. I knew then that the only
The trouble with the people of Israel members of His body. There is also the, thing that matters when trouble is ap-
was that they did not know God. They gift of "discerning of spirits" which H e pointed is our attitude towards that
did not know His ways, nor His thoughts. purposes that the members of His body trouble; and I turned from the telescope
They did not recognize His presence even shall have and exercise, and the power to to meet the next assault with an entirelv
though the cloud abode upon the taber- deliver those who are oppresed by de- new peace. This that I must touch and
nacle by day and the fire by night, even monic power. handle and feel was nothing of real
though H e spread the wilderness every Then there are the gifts of utterance: moment. A few days or ~nonthsor years.
day with manna, and every day there tongues and interpretation and pronhecy. and it would be forgotten utterly. B ~ l t
was the living stream gushing forth from The Lord has said, "Covet to prophesy," how I touched and handled it, how T felt
the Rock that followed them. and H e has declared. "On My servants and acted towards those who caused it
W e do not have these evidences of His and on My handmaidens will I pour out -that belonged to the eternal order. I t
presence with us, but Christ has said, in those days of My Spirit; and they belonged to the things that would abide
"Blessed are they that have not seen, and shall prophesy." Acts 2:18. I t is writ- when earth and the heavens shall wax
yet have believed." Believe His word ten, "Let them all pronhesy, one by one." old as doth a garment, and as a vesture
when H e says, "Lo, I am with you al- Prophets are one of Christ's five gifts to shall be folded up.-Amy Carmichael.
way," and "I will never leave thee nor His church. Eph. 4 :11. Amos declared,
forsake thee.'' Acknowledge Him in all "Surely the Lord God will do nothing, If no one on earth prayed for the sal-
your ways. Continually acknowledge Him but H e revealeth His secret unto His ser- vation of sinners more fervently or more
as your helper. Recognize the day of vants the prophets." The Lord said, frequently than you do, how many would
His visitation. The Psalmist declares, "Shall I hide from Abraham that thine be converted to God through prayer?
" T h o u visitest the earth, and waterest it. which I do?" Abraham was a friend of
T h o u greatly enrichest it with the river God, and a friend is entitled to inside in- "We have too little prayer, and too
of God, which is full of waterp'- the formation. Christ said, "Henceforth I much propaganda."
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Page Four THB PENTECOSTAL
There is a way to rest while we 11~~1-1i
with a mind at ieisure from itself, taliing
a vacation 011 the inside instead of always
seeking a vacation here or yonder.
W e come to Cl?rist and receive rest.
W e learn of Him and receive rest. I t is
both an obtainment and an attainment.
I t is not learned in a day. There will bc
lapses into old fears arid failures, but as
Vance Havner we practice His rest, the old becomes
occasional and the new becomes "natur-
@ NEARTIIE CLOSE of his life President ed life of the sinner we may move al." W e labor to enter into rest, we
'Woodrow Wilson, showing signs of great by grace into the changed life of the diligently give ourselves to meet the con-
physical weariness, was asked, "Aren't saint; but we may move farther still ditions, but once we cease from our ow11
you afraid you'll wreck your constitu- into the exckanged life wherein we say, works and 'commit our way unto the
tion?" H e replied, "I've already wrecked "To me to live is Christ"; "Not I, Lord, then we trust also in Him, we t a l e
my constitution, I'm living now on my but Christ." Our Savior cane not the attitude of faith and live by the in-
bylaws !" merely to take our part but to t a ke our vincible affirmation, "Christ liveth in
In this ulcer and aspirin age the jour- place. H e died for us, lives in us and, me." W e put on the Lord Jesus-His
ney is too great for us and inillions feel as we reckon, yield and obey, God works resources instead of our reserves. Thc
that they have long since used up their in us to will and do, so that what we Lord is rich unto all that call upon Him,
reserves. Heart attacks and nervous never could do in ourselves we do and His cupboard is never bare.
breakdowns reap a grim harvest. "That through Him, for His res~irrection power The poor sick woman who pressed
tired feeling'? is one of our most familiar worlcs in us mightily. through the crowd to touch Jesus had
phrases. Resting doesn't seem to help Christ is not only our Savior and Lord: come to the end of her reserves and to
much, especially since we try to recover H e is our Life. W e were dead in tres- the beginning of His resources. But the
in a week or two the energy we burn passes and sins and when we were born rich young ruler missed his blessing be-
up for months. Some whip their jaded again Christ became our spiritual life. cause he "had great possessions"; he
nerves with stimulants and others try to But there is also life in Him for mind and still had some reserves of his own and
relax with sedatives. Christian workers body. Our minds and bodies are wrecks still depended on them. The disciplcs
break down in crashes and collapses, then and we will not have new ones until went out to preach with neither purse
go to psychiatrists who some times advise the resurrection. But the power of God nor scrip. When they returned Jcsus
them to "lay up their Bibles and forget is made available by the Holy Spirit and asked them, "Lacked ye anything?" and
religion." H e quickens our minds and bodies so they said, "Nothing." The young ruler
that we are able to do all that God wants had purse and scrip and Jesus said, "One
That advice does not make sense. If clone.
our faith does us no good when we need thing thou lackest."
it most, it is no good any time. If the Two mistakes are often made here. Paul wrote of "having nothing, and yet
Lord is not available in our darkest Some expect too much. W e have no possessing all things." No reserves-but
hours, what comfort is there in His guarantee that we shall have no aches what resources! "All things are yours,"
promise to be with us "all the day"? If and pains in these present bodies, nor he wrote to the Corinthian Christians.
we have to rely on the arm of flesh that we will make no mistakes with our "All things are yours, but you-you are
when we are weakest, then the Christian present 'minds. Others expect too little Christ's and Christ's is God's." We are
life is not worth living. and struggle along in their own strength. not our own: we are bought with a price.
There is divine enabling for all that God
But there is balm in Gilead. God has wants done. That does not mean that Will you exchange your reserves for
promised to renew our strength, to supply we can accomplish spectacular things or His resources? Move out of your pitiful
all our need, to do exceeding abundantly remarkable feats such as someone else efficiency with all its deficiency into His
above all that we ask or think. H e is may be enabled to do. I t does not mean sufficiency. "Who is sufficient for these
able to make all grace abound toward that we are to disregard the laws of things? . . . Our sufficiency is of God."
us so that we, always having all suffi- health. Indeed, we may do more by -Condensed from T h e Orlarzdo Digest.
ciency in all things, may abound to every doing less. .
good work. W e can reign in life and
do all things through Christ. KNOWING THE LORD
"For they shall all know Me, from the
There is a life of rest for the rest of least of them unto the greatest of them,
life! "Entered into Rest" is too often saith the Lord." Jer. 31 :34. W e fear the
reserved for tombstones: any day we will of God because we do not know
may cease from our own worlcs and enter God; and we fail to know God because
into"His rest here and now. There is a we do not acquaint ourselves with Him, by
way to live in the strength of noth her,:.,, quietness, by meditation, by silence. One
not on human reserves, but by heavenly '.:' is tempted to thinli that is the peculiar
resources. failure of our own age. There is so little
Paul knew how to be strong wllell. he.'. time taken to acquaint the life with God
was weak, so that God's strength was by quietness, by meditation and silence.
made perfect in. his weakness. We are Sometimes .our very Prayer Meetings
wrecks of what we were and we are not are so full of our own talk that there is
sufficient -for the'demands of life. But we no room for God to talk. W e are con-
can move out of our boasted efficiency- stantly so busy speaking to Him that we
which really turns out to be deficiency- hardly take time to listen to what H e has
into His sufficiency. From the unchang- to say to us.-G. Campbell Morgan.
Jzdy 23, 1949 Page Five
dicates it. W e are hastening to that hour when
"God shall send them strong dilusion, that
The World's they all might be damned who believed not
the truth, but had pleasure in unrighte~usness."
The truth is that Christ Jesus now saves sin-
ners. The error is, "I don't believe it." Jesus
Greatest Christ is coming in flaming fire, taking ven-
geance on them that know not God, and that
J. R. Spence
obey not the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. O A T THE CORNER of Wing On Ma Lo and
What is going to be the result? They "shall another street in Canton, one of our mission-
be punished with everlasting destruction from aries rented a building. H e fixed up the
the presence of the Lord." Will you not listen? ground floor as a chapel and commenced to hold
Friend, don't believe a lie. Believe Christ. Re- services. Every night the place was full, so
ERNEST S. WILLIAMS pent and be saved.
on National Radio Hour, "Sermons in Song" I was asked to come and hold special evan-
The devil has never changed. H e has chang- gelistic meetings. What an opportunity l Soon
ed his tactics, but has never changed in his the building was packed out and people stand-
@ OUR WORLD is full of falsehoods. Men have character or designs. Two persons stand in ing right out on the street.
sought to deceive, unholy promises have been contrast, the devil and our Lord Jesus. The
made, injustices have destroyed. Every evil one is the embodiment of falsehood, the other That ten days will always stay in my memory
has resulted from falsehood. But the greatest is the Truth. The one is the deceiver; the as harvest week. Every night souls were born
falsehood of all is the firkt one recorded in other is the Savior who gave His life for again; crowds grew until we did not know
history. I t came to a pair of persons who were you. Which shall it be? Will you believe sin what to do.
blessed with every happy surrounding. I t was has no retribution, or will you believe that One of the nights, Mr. Lau, the ex-bandit,
a lie against both God and, man; and oh, the Jesus came to bear our sins? What will you who was in Canton on business, was present,
evil and the sorrow that have resulted from it. do with Jesus? What will you do with your so the missionary asked him to come to the
AII the falsehoods that have been since have soul? platform, and when the usual time came, he
descended from this first one. (All correspondence and offerings toward was asked to pray.
Man was created upright. His home was to the support of "Sermons in Sod?' should be The meeting that night was tcnse. The Spirit
be the garden of Eden. There he had no wor- addressed to the Radio Department, P. 0. Box was working. The Lord gave me special liberty
ries, no cares, no curse, and no sin. w h a t 70, Springfield, Missouri.) and I was led to preach on the grace of God
an environment in which to livel You and I to even the worst, and said that not only was
will never enjoy such surroundings unless we T H E A G E O F FLIGHT sin forgiven but the power of sill brolie~l-
enjoy them in the Paradise above.
In 1926, Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd flew that there. were none too bad or too lo\\, for
Before the fall man lived in a state of in- the first airplane over the North Pole and was God to save.
nocence. All was pure. There was no sin. awarded high honors. Today the U. S. Air Often as I face the crowds. I wonder just
Then the devil came. God had put some re- Force planes fly over the North Pole three to whom 1 am preaching ; what are the cird
sponsibility on man ; had instructed , him to times a week. Airlines cover the earth with a cumsta~lces and how I can help them. 'That
avoid eating of the tree of the knowledge of 500,000 q i l e network that reaches practically night 1 had in my audience the most notorious
good and evil. But man believed a lie. The every nation. The ,Age. of Flight is here. bandit in South China. a man named Chau.
devil said, "You can eat of this There was a price on his head,
tree. T o think you will di'e if dead or alive. Every large robbery
vou eat is foolishness. God is
keeping you in ignorance. Instead
THE VENT~RILOOtJICT was placed to his account; stories
were rife about his daring, and
of dying you will just begin to how often he had shot his way
live. You will 'be greatly exalted, out and escaped. True to his
You will be like gods knowing reputation, here he was right in
good from evil." the center of the city of Canton
What a picture he drew before attending a crowded gospel meet-
the imagifiation of the simple pair. ing.
They fell for his flattery and yield-
ed to temptation. Their eyes were Of course, it was Mr. Lau,
opened all right. They learned the the ex-bandit who recognized hin!.
difference between good and evil. Slipping down, Mr. Lau began to
But, alas, they were bound to the speak to him as if he did not
evil and separated from the. good. know him. Souls at the altar had
been dealt with and some more
The present world still listens to names added to the already large
the great untruth. I t comes from list of enquirers. Some that night,
the same one who deceived in the
we believe, were written down in
Garden of Eden. W e do not expect
God's Book in Heaven.
to be able to stop the current. W e
can only lift up our voices and I t was now late. I was tired,
warn. ,Some will hear and b e hungry and thirsty. W e used to
saved. Others will ,pay little heed go to a nearby tea house and
and be 'lost. drink tea and have something to
I recall that when I was a boy I eat ere turning in for the gight.
heard a man recount .his exper- I was about to leave, when Mr.'.
ience. A wall of water was rush- Lau brought forward the stranger.
ing down on a community that The door was shut and there we
lived near a water c h a n n e I. talked the gospel with Mr. Chan
This man saw thc onrushing flood, for a long time. H e had been
leaped t o his horse and raced amazed t o see Mr. Lau on the
ahead crying as loudly as he COLI!~, platform, knowing what he had
warning the people io make their been. Once a police whistle sound-
escape. Some took warning and ed, and quick as a flash the ban-
were saved. Others believed not dit chief had his gun in his
and perished. hand. But nothing happened, so
The hour of judgment for our we resumed talking.
age is hastening. Every sign in- A t last it came time to go. We
gave Mr. Chan a Gospel of John which he I found it filled with almost three hundred s~ipposed to lead the singi~lg. The caretaker
stuffed in his pocket. Looking us over he Chinese, down on their ktlees crying out to said, "Fill i t ? Oh, yes, we'll fill it and thetl
said almost these words. "The news I heard God to send a revival to China, aslting God to some!'
tonight is the best I ever heard. Had it been save souls there in the mission in China." Jim said. "That night when we went over for
twenty years ago I should never have hesitated I was talking to my friend, Anderson, not the services, the tent was filled and two-thirds
to be a Christian. Now I am hunted like a long ago. H e went over to Norway jmst before of the people were outside. came by the
dog-it is too late, too late." H e gripped my 1
World W a r 1 . His son, Jim, used to lead tl~ousands." Sometimes even before the preach-
hand and passed into the night. the singing for me in some of my evangelistic i n g of the sermon they sat there weeping, wait-
Two years later he and his brother were meetings, and I have seen the pictures and I iiig for the invitation to be given, and they
caught in a house and surrounded by soldiers. have heart1 the account of that revival that would come down and drop on their knees.
They put up a desperate fight. His brother broke o ~ i tin Norway jnst before the War. Be- Those fisherman would stand up, men who had
was killed but the bandit chief they never got. fore Hitler even got in there with his paganism, blasphemed God, and would confess their sins
The house was set on fire. Either he escaped Jesus came with a minor revival that swept and get right with God. A revival broke out,
or, what is more likely, he burned to death. Norway. When they landed aver in Norway and hundreds and thousands of them came to
T O O LATE, was he? Who knows? But Jill1 went to the great tent that seated around Jesus Christ. And that was not twenty, thirty,
oh, how slow we are getting out the good five or six thotisand people and he said, "You forty, or fifty years ago. T h a t happened just
news of salvation! don't expect to fill this, do you?" H e was before the war.-The Gospel Herald.
SPURGEON AND SMOKING
By Dr. L. Sale-Harrison '
Since many Christians have made excuses for
their smoking by stating that Charles Haddon
Spurgeon smoked, it is necessary to give the
I was a member of the entertainment 'com-
mittee of the World Baptist Alliance i the
B a ~ t i s tT e m ~ l e Philaclel~hiain 1911.
months p i o r to these meetings, Dr. Shakes-
peare, General Secretary of the Alliance, came
t o give instructio~~ advice ill regard to the
conduct of these gatherings.
A t that time there came to Philadelphia a
Baptist minister who had been the chief secre-
tary of the late Charles Haddon 'Spurgeon. xIn
his discussion of Spurgeon's life aqd of .his
loyalty to Christ, he told this, sto* to , D r .
Shakespeare and me: , 1 .
"One Saturday morning Mr. Spurgeon went
out for a long walk, and when he came back,
he said to me, 'I saw in a shop window down
the street a can of tobacco, and on it a printed
card reading : Spurgeon's tdbacco.' Then he
asked me, 'When the Lord calls me home, shall
I be remembered by the tobacco I smoked or
by the Lord I preached? I can never again
smoke t o the glory of God! Immediately he
picked up all of his smoking paraphernalia and
threw it upon the fire. For nine months, to the A Beautiful Gift Bible That Will Be Treasured ~ l ; v a ~ s
day of his departure to glory, he never smoked
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were made. I t was known that Spurgeon suf- the art of fine Bibler&king. Its soft, genuine Morocco leather
fered greatly from gout and he may have cover is a delight to handle as well as to see. Here is luxury com-
thought that smoking eased the pain. However,
in spite of all this, he had finally come to the bined with usefulness, at a price far below what such a quality
conclusion that his smoking dishonored the Lord, Bible usually sells for. A Bible like this is a joy to own-and
and had given it up.-Good Nczvs Brqadcnsfer. to give. ,
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lost souls? There are hundrecls and hundreds only 11/16 of an inch thick! I t is so ex- ings, also Bible chronologies. Arabic
of people going into eternity. There will be tremely thin and light in weight be- chapter numerals and contents a t head of
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are mere ec~coldit~.qs,when they might be
giamts, both ill their Christian life a~zd ill tlzcir
IT/. -4 Iiunzblc Man
The four'th reason 'why God continuo~~sly,
R. A. Torrey through so many years, used D. L. Moody was
because he was a hilnrble naax I think D. L.
Moody was the humblest man I ever knew in
@FEBRUARY1837, there was born of poor
5, People ofttimes say to me, "Well, I went all my life. H e loved to quote the words of
parents in a humble farmhouse in North- many miles to see and to hear D. L. Moody, another: "Faith gets the most, love works the
field, Mass., a little baby who was to become and he certainly was a wonderful preacher." most, but hzr@iZ+y &ceps the nzost." H e himself
the greatest man, as I believe, of his genera- Yes, D. L. Moody tvas a wonderful preacher; had'the humil'ity that keeps everything i t gets.
tion or of his century-Dwight L. Moody. taking it all in all, the most wonderful preacher As I have already said, he was the most
, The whole secret of why D. L. Moody was
I have ever heard, and it was a great ~ r i v i l e ~ ehumble man I ever knew, that is the most
such a mightily used man you will find in to hear hirn preach as he alone could preach. humble man when we bear in mind the great
Psalm : "God bath spokeh once; twice But only Out of a veryd intimate acquaintance things he did, and t h e p r a i s e that was lavish-
have I heard this; that power belongctl~ unto with him I wish to testify that he was a far ed .upon him. How he loved to put himself in
But God does not give His
--greater pray-cr than he-was .preacher, ,
.* . the background aria put other men i n the
Time and time again, he was cd&dnted by foregroutldl Often he would stand 011 a plat-
I t is true that H e gives it to whomsoever H e obstacles that seemed insurmountable, but he form.:with some of us little fellows seated
will, but H e wills to give it on certain con-' always knew the way to surmount andi:;a,over- behind liim, and as he spoke he would remark,
ditions, which are clearly revealed in His come all difficulties. H e knew the way -W bring "There are better men coming after me." As
Word. D. L. Moody met those conditions and to pass anything that needed to be brought to he said: it, he would point over his shoulder
God made him the most wonderful preacher pass. H e ?knew and believed in the deepest with his thumb to the "little fellows." I do .
of his generation. depths of his soul that "nothing. b a s too hard not know how' he could believe it, but he
There were seven things in the life of D. L. for the Lord" and that prayer could do ally- really did believe, that the others that were
, :> ! coming ' after him were really better than he
Moody that accounted for God's using hirn as thing that God could do.
largely as H e did. was. H e made .no .pretense to a humility he
Oftentimes Mr. Moody would write in~~<wbeiidid not -M$$ehs: 111 his heart of hearts he
I. A Fzclly Surrendered Man -he ,.-
- was about. to undertake some new :lwd$i+k, constantly' ;underestimated himself, and over-
~h~ first tllillg that accounts for ~ ~ using
d -'saying: "I arn beginning work in such and estimated .others. H e really believed that God
D. Moody so mightily was that he was a such a place such and ?, I would use other men in a larger measure than
fghlly * mrretzdered man. Every ounce of that wish you would get the studellts together for he had been used.
two ,hundred and eighty pound body of his a day of fasting and prayer.'' I have taken 0 men and women, especially young men
beloiged to ~ ~ N d ~ ,I ~ ,not saying that
am those letters and read them to the students;in and young women, perhaps God is beginning
M ~ . ~~~d~ was perfect; he was not, ~f the lecture room, and have saicllX''Mr. Moody to use you; very likely people are saying,
1 attempted to, 1 presume 1 could point out wants us to have a day of fastlag and prayer, "What a wonderful gift he has as a , Bible
some defect in-+,is character. lt does not first for God's blessing on our own souls and teacher; what. power he has as a preacher, for
occur to me at this moment what thex were; work, and then for God's blessing on him and such a young manl" Listen, get down upon
but T'ain confident that I could think df some his your face before. God. . .
if I tried real hard. Often we were gathered ,in the lecture room I be1ie~;here lies one of, the most: dangerous
Henry Varley, a very intimate friend of Mr. far into the night-someiimes till one, two, snaresx-ofthe: devil.' When the devil cannot dis-
Moody in the earlier days of his work, loved three, four or even five o'clock in the morning, courage a man, he approaches him on another
to tell how he once said to him: '%'remains ' crying to God, just because,: Mr. Moody tack, which h e - k n o w s is far worse in its
to be seen what God will do with a man who urged us to wait upon God tint11 we ieceived results. H e puffs him up by whispering in
gives himself up wholly to Him." I am told His blessing. How many men and women I his ear, "You are the leading evangelist of
that when Mr. Varley said that, Mr. Moody have known whose lives and characters have the day. You are t h e man who will sweep
said to himself, "Well, I will be that man." been transformed by those nights of prayer, everything before you. You are the coming
and I, for my part, do not think "it remains to and who have wrought mighty things in many man. You are the D. L. Moody of the day."
be seen" what God will do with a inan who lands because of those nights of prayer! If you listen to him, he will ruin you. The en-
gives himself UP wholly to Him: 1 think it
has been seen already in D. L. Moody.
III. A Deep and Practical Studcllt o f Bible tire: shore of the history of Christian workers
is strewn with the wrecks of gallant ves-
If you and 1 are to be used in our sphere as The third Secret of Mr. Moody's Po\'Jer, or sel's that were full of promise a few years ago,
D. L. Moody was used in his, we must put all the third reason why God used b. L. Moody, but these men became puffed up and were
that we have and all that we are in the hands was because he WQSa deep and practical studeizt driven on the,focks by the wild winds of their
of God, for Him to use as H e will, to send us of the Word of God. Mr. Moody used to rise own raging self -esteem.
where H~ will, for ~~d to do us what about four o'clock in the morning to study
H e will; and we, on our part, to do everything the Bible. H e would Say to me, ''If I am go- V. His Entb.e Freedom from the Love of
ing to get in any study, I have got to get up Money
God bids us do.
There are thousands of men and ,women before the other folks get UP." H e would T h e fifth secret ,of D., L. Moody's conti~iual
ill christian work, brilliallt men women, shut himself up in a. remote room in his house, power and .use.fdln&ss was h i s entive frcedpnz
rarely gifted men and women, men and women alone with his God and his Bible. frdin t&i+'?ove of naoney. Mr. Moody might
who are making great sacrifices, men and.
women who have Put all ~onscioussin out of
Oh, you may have :Keen' a wealthy man, but money had no
talk about powerl ,&t if you c h a r m s - f o i hitn: H e loved to gather money
neglect the one Book that God has given you
their lives, yet who, nevertheless, have stopped ;
for G o ~ s ? ' w o r k . h e refused to accumulate
as the one instrument through which H e im- money .foi?himself.
short of absolute surrender to God, and there- parts and exercises His power, you will llot
fore have stopped short of fullness of Power. H e told ,me:.during the World's Fair that
have it. You may read many books and go to if he had taken for himself the royalties on the
But Mr. Moody did not StOD short of ab- many conventions, and you may have your hymnbooks which he had published, they
solute surrender to God; he was a wholly all night prayer meetings to pray for the power would have. amounted, at that time, to a inil-
surrendered man. And if you and I are to be ~ t ,
of the Holy ~ h ~ but unless you keep in lion dollars. But Mr. Moody refused to touch
used, you and 1 must be wholly s~lrrendered constant and close association with the one
men and women. the money. The committee into whose hands
Boolc, the Bible, you will not have power. And
Mr. Moody put the money gave it to various
II. A Man of Prayer if you ever had power, you will not maintain it
Christian enterprises. Millions of dollars passed
~h~ second secret of the great power ex- except by the daily, earnest, intense study of
into Mr. Moody's hands, but they passed
hibited in Mr. Moody's life was that he was that Book. through; they did not sticlc to his fingers.
in the deepest and most ?~zcani+lgful sense a Nittety-nine Christians in every hiindred This is the point at which many an evan-
w~anof fiayer. - arc nzrrcly $laying. at Bible statdy;?and .there- gelist makes shipwreck, and his great work
P a p Eight
comes to an untiinely end. The love of money was all the same to him; there was a soul to bedridden saint in Mr. Lessey's church) the
on the part of some evangelists has done more save and he did what lay in his power to save power of God wrought thiough him so mightily
to discredit evangelistic work in our ,day, and that soul. in North London that figgdreds? y e r e .added
to lay many an evangelist on the shelf, than A friend once told me that the firit time to the churches. That w;js \*hat led ' t o his
almost any other cause. being invited over to the wonderful campaign .
he ever heard of Mr. Moody was when Mr.
. ReynoJds, of Peoria, told him that he once which followed in later years.-Reprinted
V I . His Consm&g Passion for the from Moody Monthly. Used by permission.
Salvation o the Lost
f found Mr. Moody sitting in one of the squat-
ter's shanties that used to be that part of the
The sixth reason why God used D. L. Moody
was because of his connming passion for the
city toward the lake, which was then called
OVERCOMING DAILY :''
salvation o the lost. With a colored boy on his, knee, a tallow Resist sloth, laziness, sleeping too long, in-
Mr. Moody made the resolution, shortly after candle in one hand and a Bible in the other, dulging the flesh. Throw, off indifference,
he himself was saved, that he would never Mr. Moody was spelling out the words (for coldness, formality, praying just enough to
let twenty-four hours pass. without. speaking at that time he could not read very well) ease the conscience, but %not~ n o u g h to win
to at least one person abouf his soul. His was of certain verses of Scripture, in an attempt any decided victory.
a very busy life, and sometimes he would ' to lead that ignorant colored boy to Christ.
- Confess your faults-any unkindnesses, harsh-
forget his resolution until the last hour. Some- 0 young men and women and all Christian ness, critical remarks, lax conversation, giddi-
times he would get out of bed, dress, go out workers, if you and I were on fire for souls ness, extravagance, gluttony, shades of un-
and talk to someone about his soul in order like that, how long Would it be before we truth, worldliness, carnal pride, vain ambition,
that he might not let one day pass without had a revival? Suppose that tonight the fire unholy thoughts, slackness.
having definitely told at least one of his of God falls and fills our hearts, a burning Overcome all tendency of doubt, fear; all in-
fellow mortals about his need and the Savior fire that will send us out all over the country fection of the unbelief and defiance of God
who can meet it. and across the water to China, Japan, India, a r 0 u n d . u ~ . Keep faith fresh, love ardent.
On one occasion in Chicago Mr. Moody saw and Africa, to tell lost souls the way of
a little girl standing on the street with a salvation !
pail in her hand. H e went up to her and - T H E ONLY S A F E P L A C E
invited her to his Sunday school, telling her VII. Definitely Etldzred with Power front "Is it iafe to work among lepers?" some-
what a pleasant place it was. She promised to opt High one asked Sam Higginbottom, missionary to
go the following Sunday, but she did not do so. The seventh secret of why God used D. L. these outcasts in India.
Mr. Moody watched for her for weeks, and Moody was that Ite had a very defhite en- "Yes," he answered, "it is safer to work
then one day he saw her on the street again, duement power from on high. among lepers, if it's my job, than anywhere
some distance from him. H e , started toward I n his early days he was a great hustler. else!'
her, but she saw him and began to run away. H e had a tremendous desire to do something,
Mr. Moody followed her. She went down one The only safe place for a child of God
but he- .$ad no real power; he worked very is in the center of his Father's will.
street, Mr. Moody after her; up ano,$her street, largely in the energy of the flesh. But there
Mr. Moody after her; through an,alley, Mr. were two humble Free Methodist women who
Moody still following; out on another street, used to come over to his meetings in the
Mr. Moody after her; then she dashed into a Y.M.C.A. One was "Auntie Cook" and the
saloon and Mr. Moody dashed after her. She other Mi's. Snow. ( I think her name was not
ran out the back door and up a flight of stairs, Snow at that time.) 'These two- wome? would
Mr. Moody still following. She dashed into come to Mr. Moody a t the close of his meetings
a room, Mr. Moody following, and threw and say, "We are praying for you."
herself under the bed and Mr. .Mooqy reached
under the bed and pulled her out by ,the foot, Finally, Mr. Moody became somewhat net-
and led her,to Christ. tled, and said to them, one night, "Why are you
praying for me? Why don't you pray for the
H e found that her mother was a widow unsaved ?"
who had once seen better circumstances, but They replied, "w: are praying that you
had gone down until now she was living over may get the power!'
this saloon. She had several children. Mr. Mr. Moody did not know wljat that weant,
Moody led the mother and all the family to
Christ. Several of the children were prominent
but he. got to thinkink think ink hen
went to these women and iaid, . ~ e w i s h
@ Clear counsel for youth
members of the Moody Church until they would tell me what you mean," they told him
@ In brief "digestible"
moved away, and afterward became prominent about the definite enduement of the Holy form
in churches elsewhere. This particular child
whom he pulled~~lfrom beneath the bed was
Ghost, Then he asked that he might pray For ages 1 2 to 22
with them, and not they merely pray for him.
the wife of one of the most prominent officers Auntie Cook once told me of the intense
in the church when I was the pastor of fetvor with which Mr. Moody prayed on that
Moody Church. occasion. She told me in words that I scarcely By Charles F. Weigle
Only two o r three years ago, as I came oiit dare repeat, though I have nwer forgotten A plain, clear ,talk t o young
of a ticket office in Memphis, Tenn., a fine- them. And he: not only, prayed with them, but women.
looking young man followed me., H e said,
"Are you not Dr. Torrey?" I said, "Yes."
H e said, "I am so and so.!' He, was the son
of this woman. H e was then a traveling man,
he also prayed alone. ,,
Not long after, one dhy. on his way to
England, he was walking up Wall Street
ill New York. (Mr. Moody very seldom told
,' ; .. .
... .. .
B y Charles F. Weigle
and an officer in the church where he lived. this and I almost hesitate to tell it.) In the Heart-to-heart talk with young- .
When Mr. Moody pulled that little ohild out midst of the- bustle and hsrry of that city his ' men.
from under the bed by the foot,,be was pulling prayer was answered; the power of God
a whole family into the kingdom .of 'God, and fell upon him as he walked "up the street. H e 2 5 , single copy . '
eternity alone w-ill reveal how macy, succeeding had to hurry..off, to the h u b e of a friend and
generations he was , g u l l j n g h ~ i ~ o kingdom
the- ask that he might have a room by himself, and Goal: A COPY TO
in tfiat room'he stayed dI'6ne for hours. Th'e
D. L. Moody's consuming passion was not Holy' Ghost came3,upon him, filling his soul EVERY ASSEMBLY,YOUTH!
for the souls of those who would be help- with such joy that 'at last ' h e had to ask God
ful to him in building up his work here o r to withhold His hand, lest ,he die onathe spot Gospel Publishing House
elsewhere; his love for souls knew no class from very joy. -,
limitation. H e was no respecter of persons. H e went out from that place with $he power Springfield I, Missouri
I t might be an earl o i a duke, or it might of. the. Holy Ghost upon Him, and wllen he
be an ignorant colored boy on the,,street, it wentna$coad (partly through the prayer of a
After giving tllcir naines one of the you~lg
. . men said that IIC was saved, antl had brought
his two brothers to our chapel to give their
hearts to the Lord.
The young men a c c o ~ ~ ~ p a ~the e tChinesc
pastor to his Iiomc, ant1 there the two unsaved
Mrs. Oliver L. ' ~ 0 t ho f ' South India has returned to the States. ones accepted Cllrist. The trio later invited
It 1: * us to their village, saying, "Our mother is
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kehr of South China arrived in California a old and we are afraid shc will die. She is not
saved. Will you come antl tell her, too." The
few days ago.
* * * following week our pastor went to their village,
and won several of the villagers to Christ. They
Miss Mi,nnie Madsen left tlle States,,an June 24 for Bolivia.. begged to be baptized, so he baptized them.
* .* * The three brothers began to minister to the
Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Palmer, missionaries to Peru, arrived people of their village soon after the two were
Minnie Madsen saved. They used an upstairs room for a
Bolivia in New York by plane o n June 28. chapel. A church was soon set in order with
elders and a board. From time to time we have
gone over to assist the boys, as has also our
local pastor. Just recently thirty-five from
the new, church were baptized in water.
Sponsors a d H e l p Needed
The village where the brothers live is
in a Coinmunistic arca. A few days ago the
Christians of the village ran out of rice, and
the brothers were sent out to get a supply.
isplaced Persons Returning home through our village they
were stopped by national soldiers and questioned
as to where they were going with the rice. The
soldiers were going to confiscate the rice.
ALMOST EVERY RELIGIOUS' &ganization in the friends to reach the united Statcs in fairly The brothers got word to us and we went to
United States is making ari appeal of some large numbers, let us also meet the outstietched one of the national leaders to plead their cause.
kind in behalf of the Displaced Persons of hand of our Pentecostal fellow believers of W e requested that our friends be given a per-
Europe. Among these unfortunate D. P.'s there Europe. Let us bring them to our land that mit to take the rice to their people as they
is a goodly number of our own Pentecostal they may join with us in worshiping God had purchased it for their own people's use
saints; therefore, we wish to bring this very in a free, unmolested way; and that they may and not to sell to the enemy. A permit was
urgent need of assisting them to the attention ufilize their talents in a free and indeqiident issued. W e were thanlcful that we were here
of the Pentecostal Fellowship of America, and cduntry to earn, their own livelihood. to intercede in their behalf. W e were thanked
in particular before our Assemblies of God Fred Sinolchuclc, suPerhcndent of the again and again.
constituency. Ukrainian Branch. of the Assemblies of God, These people have come to the Lord by
W e are happy to share the news that several has kindly consented to assume the responsibility families, not j-ust one by one. I t is our hope,
Pentecostal refugee families are already under of handling all correspondence and the neces- and that of the Christiam of the village also,
consideration for immigration under the D. P. sary formalities on this side of the Atlantic to that the entire village will turn to Christ.
program, and that they expect to depart for facilitate the immigration of Displaced Persons. Already about sixty have turned to the Lord.
the United States .in the very near future. This On the European side, Gustave IGnderman, of
Written June 9, 1949
was made possible through the desire and ef- the Foreign Missions Department, with two or
fort of several families here in the States, who three members of our staff there, will select the
were willing to become sponsors of these right persons for immigration.
D. P.'s, that is, to find jobs, provide living Informatioil relative to the Displaced Per- ORPHANAGE I N ARREARS
quarters, and give assurance that the immi- sons Program may be secured froin Rev. Fred
grants would not becomc a burdcn to the Smolchuck, 9 East Seventh Street, New Yorlc T h e Junnar Orphanage, Poona District,
government. 3, New York. South India, for some time has been running
Most of the Displaced Persons were taken In order that transportation charges fro111 something like $200 in arrears each month.
from their home country during the war by Those who would like t o help with the ex-
the port of debarkation to the final tiestination
Hitler's orders, or have since been driven away pense of the orphanage should send their
may be met (should the sponsor be unable to
by the powers in Europe. As a result they are offerings to Foreign Missipns Department,
meet with such expense), as well as other
a destitute people-they have lost everything 434 west Pacific Street, Springfield 1, Mis-
expenditures in connection with the program,
as far as earthly possessions are concerned. souri, designated for Ted Varsar for Or-
a definite Displaced Persous Fund is needed. phanage.
They have become a burden to the countries
where they are now existing. In Germany
and in Austha, especially, they are being
W e shall be very happy to receive your
contributions designated for DISPLACED
PERSONS. Send your contribution to:
looked upon as intruders. Thcir lives are lives Foreigla Missions Departnzent,'434 West Pacific H a r r y G. Downey, State Missionary Sec-
of hardship; living in camp?, in many cases Street, Springfield 1, Missoii~ i. retary, Oregon District, advises of a change
twelve and more persons jammed into one room. 4+ of address from 808 McAndrews Road, Med-
Yet these people are tradesmen, farmers, ford, Orego? to Box 433, Ontario, Oregon.
builders, etc., who would be more than willing
to work for a living if they were given an
opportunity. They do not have that opportunity
where they ,are. ARE. YOU MAKING PLANS
Will you join us in finding living quarters Thelma Hildebrand, Southwest China NOW FOR A MISSIONARY
and jobs for these people, or !~elp to sponsor CONVENTION?
a displaced refugee Pentecostal family? Our T H E FORCES OF DARKNESS are marching. on
government is providing for free transporta- at a great speed, but the Lord is still working Folders, flags, and helps a r e available
tion from Europe to an American port, and among the villages of Southwest China.
in limited quantities. By writing the
will clear eligibility for i~llmigratioil to the Last year, just before Christmas, three young
United States through the I~~ternational Refu-; Foreign Missions Department .immedi-
men came to our Sunday morning services
gee Organizatios~~ipon.~receiving~~assura~ce that whom we had never seen beforc. They listened ately you may schedule the fr;ee use of
a sponsor is offering work antl livi~igquarters. very intently. At the close of the services these supplies for your fall convention.
As other organizations a r e helping their we asked their names, and where they lived.
too. On Tuesday the other four arrived, and
classes were begun.
e t t h e Students Come Rosa, Marina, and Cleotilde sat on thc
front r o w ; Eeonza, Anita, and Juanita on the
second r o w ; and Celia, Adriana, Maria, and
Mr. and Mrs. David L. Kensinger, Nicaragua Ofblia on the last row in the classroom. These
were the girls God had placed in our hands
for the six weeks of intensive Bible study.
O W H A T CAN YOU DO TO HELP U S ? IS God a decided blessing to thc churches in Nicaragua, Classes and study periods lasted from 7:30
respecter of persons? and we were encouraged to have another in the morning until five in thr: afternoon, with
So many times those two questions were term this year, trusting that the Institute would two hours off at noon for lunch and rest.
asked of us by the Christian women and girls become a definite part of the Nicaraguan work.
Because of the limited time the girls werc
of Nicaragua. For more than ten years there On April 18 and 19 this year we opened our given as much as we thought that they could
had been a Bible School for men, but every- school to ten young students from eight of grasp. Classes were offered in Doctrine, Per-
one said it would not work for the women. the churches. The two dorniitories had been sonal Evangelism, Hygiene, Sunday School
Coeducation, even in public scho~ls, is rare made ready, a new oil cloth purchased for Methods, Children's Services, Spelling, Writ-
in Nicaragua. the dining room table, the six-foot clay stove ing, and Music.
The questions followed us, and we began to repaired in the kitchen, and the storeroom
During the fourth week of the school a
pray. In our contacts with the women we had filled with beans, rice, brown sugar, lard,
precious spirit of prayer and intercmsioll
found them sincere, intelligent, capable. and potatoes, large bananas called "platanos," onions,
came upon us. I t was followed by a touch of
very quick to learn. Some very fine girls had and garlic. W e were ready-let the students
Pentecost. Four of the girls were baptized in
told us that they felt the call of God upon come !
the Holy Spirit.
their lives. W e felt that surely God had a At six on Monday evening April 18 the first
place for them in H i s vineyard. On Sunday evening, May 29, we had our
bus arrived in Matagalpa, bringing us six
As we continued to pray the way opened closing service. During the service the girls'
students. T h e youngest was only fourteen and
lives were dedicated to the Lord. The old-
to hold a six-week Women's Bible Institute so small that we completely overlooked her
fashioned Pentecostal power fell during the
at Matagalpa. That was last year. I t proved a until she timidly said that she was a student,
dedication. W e felt that God had placed His
approval upon the institute. T h e girls wore
Top: Teachers-Mrs. David L. Kensinger, Mrs. Elmer C. Niles, and Mrs. Russell A. Kensinger- white dresses for the occasion.
and students of the Nicaraguan Women's Bible Institute. Bottom: Candidates for baptism at the Since attending the short-term school the
Girls' School and Orphanage, Bettiah, Bihar, India with. the evangelist and national pastor. girls have taken hold in their home churches
with new understanding and zeal. W e have had
reports from nearly all of them. Juanita and
Ofelia, in addition to their regular work
in the Sunday School in Leon, have started a
branch Sunday School i one of the suburbs.
East Sunday they had thirty children in
attendance. Maria has reorganized the Sun-
day School in Subitava and has also started a
W o n ~ e n ' s Missionary Council. Adriana is in
a new field and has a Sunday School of more
than thirty children.
W e look forward t o a national church be-
ing established in Nicaragua, as an indigenous
church is t h e aim for all t h e mission fields. I n
order that national churches b e established
national leaders must be trained. Trained
women a r e essential t o a strong national
church just the same a s trained men.
Inasmuch as the churches in Nicaragua are
not yet in a position to support schools for the
training of their leaders we wish to solicit your
offerings for the Bible institutes in Nicaragua.
A dollar invested in the training of a national
worker means a inultiplied dividend in the
salvation of souls. Your offering for the Bible
institutes should be sent t o Foreign Missions
Department, 434 West Pacific Street, Spring-
field 1, Missouri, deaignated Bible Institutea
Hilda Wagenknecht writes from the As-
semblies of God Girls' School and Orphan-
age, Bettiah, Bihar, India: "Just before Easter
we had a week of special meetings at our
school and orphanage. I t was followed by
a baptismal service at 6:30 o'clock Easter
morning when twelve of our older girls wcre
baptized in the tank on the compound. All
had received the Baptism of the Holy Spirit,
some within recent months.
"A number of the girls who were baptized
were daughters of mothers who were in the
school and orphanage many years ago. The
daughters were sent back to attend our school.
so that they, too, might receive Christian
training. Some of the girls never had a home."
H O L D I N G O N I N CI-IINA
A Chinese preacher, writing from Shanghai
ASSING %E PE on May 20, shortly before the Comn~unists
came in, declared that "although we cannot
be too optimistic about our future, yet we are
Compiled by Robert C. Cunningham quite confident that the clrurclres in China
will be able to stand the test. W e may have
A NATION O F SCIENTISTS JAPS RETURN T O SHINTOISM smaller numbers of Christians, but those who
Israel has more scientists per 1000 popula- The Japanese are returning to worship at survive under the new tests will beconre much
tion than any other country in the world, Shinto shrines. According to the New York stronger in faith." Speaking on behalf
states The Jews in the Neews. Times, more than a million Japanese visited of his fellow-Christians in China, he added
Shinto shrines in the first five days of the that he was grateful "that so many of our
T H E "ELECTRIC GOD" new year and contributed over 1,500,000 yen missionary friends have decided to stay in
In Tokyo, in May, Thomas Alva Edison in collections. China."
became a god. A new cult has been formed, Praise God for all who are holding on in
called the "Electric God Religion," and in ARM O F DEAD SAINT VENERATED China. Let us remember them continually
its creed Edison gets the title Mikoto, and The right forearm of St. Francis Xavier holding on in prayer for each one,
its accompanying veneration. I t is understand- has been taken from Rome to Japan, to be
able for heathen Japanese, who have been taught venerated at celebrations commemorating the C H A P L A I N G E N E R A L CALLS F O R
to venerate the sun, to worship the electric 400th anniversary of the Jesuit missionary's H O M E RELIGIOUS TRAINING
light; but how much better it would be if arrival in Japan. On its way around the Many wartime disciplinary cases were the
they would worship Jesus, the Light of the world there were elaborate ceremonies at Lis- result of a breakdown of family discipline,
World ! bon, New York, San Francisco, and other said Rear Admiral 0. S. Colclough, com-
places where the relic and its guardians stopped. mander of U.S. submarine forces in tlre Pacific,
W A N T E D : 1000 V O L U N T E E R S Thousands of Roman Catholics greeted it. speaking in tlre annual convention of tlre
Robert A. Cook, President of Youth for Many believe there is power in the right Military Chaplains Association, at tlre Mor-
Christ International, is calling for 1,000 young arm of a dead saint to perform miracles. rison Hotel, Chicago, recently.
ministers who will give a year of their lives But if Francis himself were alive he prob- "Modern youth is not as familiar with rigor-
to foreign evangelism. ably would tell them there is not. R e might ous family discipline as they were fifty years
"Our Youth for Christ leaders in 55 coun- point them instead to the Mighty One who ago," said he. "Some of us who dealt with the
tries are crying for help to reach the people is eternal, who never dies. H e has all power. disciplinary problems of the armed forces were
of their lands," he says. "France alone wants I t is written, "The right hand of the Lord not surprised to find a close relation$hip be-
30 teams. China could use 50 teams. I feel (not of a dead saint) is exalted: the right hand tween them and broken homes," said he.
that 1,000 experienced pastors of American of the Lord doeth valiantly." Psalm 118 :16. The answer to this problem, according t o
churches, forming 500 two-man teams, could General Luther D. Miller, Army chief of
within a year's time create a spiritual blitz PUBLICITY EFFORTS COUNT ! chaplains, is the rebirth of religious training
which would shake those countries. Interpreters A n article in Anzerica~t Lutheran Fentiotied in the homes.
have been assured, so there is no language the reinarliable job done ii; publicizing the
problem." Cardinal Mindszenty trial' in Hungary last MIRACLES I N ISRAEL
February. For over a week the Cardinal was A n editorial in The National Jewish Monthly,
REBUILDING HAIFA the center of public interest. Stories of his for May, pointed to Israel's victory and inde-
The Arab city of Raifa is being rebuilt by case received top priority in the news rooms pendence as proof that "in the modern world
tlre Jews. The slums are being removed; and of America. Baclcground articles ' appeared, -without divine intervention or miracles of
millions of rats, which were responsible for an calling attention to the centuries of martyrdom any kind-ideals can still win over imperialism,
outbreak of bubonic plague among the Arab in the history of the Roman Catholic Church. lust for oil, political chicanery and such
population little more than a year ago, are The magazine pointed out that the publicity things."
being scientifically exterminated. The Israelis campaign must have been thoroughly organiz- But the Jews who are in Israel, and who saw
hope that in ten years Haifa will be the largest ed weeks and months in advance. the fighting first-hand, nearly all attribute the
seaport in the Mediterranean. "The Roman Catholic Church is able to victories t o divine iirtervention. Mrs. Jacob
Many Arab residents are remaining in the 'lay down a blanket of publicity on the Blum, writing in The Jewish Era, says:
city, having decided to stake their future in a American continent which is nothing less than "You will* remember those miracles that hap-
Haifa under Jewish rule; and the Israeli gov- awe-inspiring," i t said. "The conviction of pened during the fighting in the Negev. Here
ernment plans to put an additional million another Hungarian churchman, Lutheran Bish- follows another surprising surrender from the
Jewish immigrants in the Haifa area. A fur- op Lojas Ordass, did not even get passing Arabs, which is viewed by the Jews themselves
ther 1,200,000 will be placed in Tel Aviv and notice last summer.," as a miracle of God. Thcre was an Arab village
vicinity, 200,000 in the Holon-Bat Yam area from which the Jews had suffered much, al-
south of Jaffa, and another 100,000 in the ISRAE,L'-S L I T T L E N A V Y ways sniping, bombing, and in the night stealing
Rishon-Le-Zion area. Says Rabbi M a x Kirshblunr, in The Jewish from their cattle. But it was a village with
OlLtl00k : many inhabitants, cert+rly more than a thou-
SCIENCE SEARCHES FOR A SPIRIT "A young American hero, who occupies a sand people. H o ~ . f oti&e :it? The army could
The scientists at Duke University appear leading position with the Jewish Navy, told spare for fighting at thisc point only 20 or
to be wrestling with the age-old question of recently how the SS Pancrescent airived with 30 soldiers. But these young men, a g v u p of
whether anything about a person survives hundreds of refugees in company of a British Dutch soldiers froin the Jewish Army, could
after death. Dr. J. B. Rhine, one of the labora- destroyer, which was still cruising the waters not see longer all tlre misery caused by this
tory scientists, says: "Yes,' there is a great around Israel-in all Jikelihood to guard the village. They borrowed five armored cars
accumulation of evidence that strongly favors interests of the Arabs. When both ships reach- for one night, after nruch talking to get them,
the possibility that there is something about- ed the territorial waters of Israe1,'a little Jew- and then they started for the village. I t was
human personality that can survive." ish vessel &me out to greet our returning pitch dark. A s silently as possible they reached
Bible lovers rejoice when the scientists brethren and the overpolite spolcesmen of the the village, then gave fill1 gas and drove as
offer tangible evidence to support the truth British Etnpire. An order was then issued to hard as they could, with all lights toward the
of the Scriptures. But they are not dependent the pro& Atlee-Bevin' craft to be so kind as village, making as much noise as possible,
oil such proof. W e walk 'by faith, not by to stop then and there. The destroyer had to throwing hand grenades and little bombs, shoot-
sight. The scientists will never iiolate the yield to the new, juvenile navy, which had just They went rouud the
ing their rifles and ~ i s t o l s .
spirit of man, or view it with a micqoscope, made itsa 'appearance upon the horizon. The vifiage three times; and suddenly they saw
though they search a thousand years. But the captain pf the Jewish boat later admitted, coming a group of Arabs from the village
Bible says man has a spirit that survives 'The guns of the British destroyer looked aw- swinging lights and , white flags. The Arabs
after the body perishes (1 Cor. 5:5)-and fully big. ,We had to indicate in clearcut decided to surrender before their village would
blessed are they that have not seen and yet terms that $e were already<of age and on our be destroyed by this? 'army' with cars and
have believed. O?
! lp.,:, r:
j , tanks."
WE TVIJJST REACH T H I S GENERATION what they want and are going after it. are trying to be leaders and are wasting time,
FOR CHRIST ! The only way to meet that revolution is money and energy duplicating ex11 other. If
By Vance Haenrer with another revolution, a revolution that began we spent the time in prayer and soul-winning
centuries ago at Pentecost. W e need a new out- that we spend trying to outdo each other, we
I i Adolph, Hitler could poison one genera- break of New Testament Christianity that will would have had a revival long ago. There .
tion of German youth and well-nigh wreck make a head-on collision, create a conlmotion must be a wholesale breaking down of Chris-
the world, what might we not do for such a and precipitate a crisis. W e have got used tians in repentance and confession. There must
world if one American generation could be to Christianity; we talce it for granted and be a fresh enduement of the Holy Spirit. There
reached for the Lord Jesus Christ! The real what we talce for granted we never talce ser- must be plain preaching 011 sin, judgment and
issue today is not Russia or the atom bomb, iously. The early Christians were at contrast salvation through Christ. W e umst reach this
important as they are. The issue is Christ or to the world around; we are at comproinise generation for Christ; if not, they will turn to
Antichrist, God who became man or the man with it. The world order is not just un-Chris- Antichrist. And it is so late-so much later
who will claim to be God. The lines are drawn tian, it is anti-Christian. What some think -than we think! - Condensed from a tract
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converts by the millions. Its followers toil is desperate, but the saints- are not! I t is too professes Christ and lives for self.-Paul
and suffer for what they believe. They know late in the day for half-measures. Too many Bettex.
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July 23, 1949 Page T h i ~ t e e n
ed that time-piece as she must get to qleetings
on time, and also her sewing inachine which
was her living.
Sutlday the rain came down in torrents. In-
stead of the usual crowd less than 300 came. '
All spoke of failure, but Mrs. Pak had assur-
ance. She started the offering with Iter sezuir&g
macltiize. The result-147,000 yen was given.
A True Story by J. Eliner IGlbourne-Seoul,
OUR HOME FRONTIERS
For three years our church here in Korea even if it also meant her life, and the lives Fred Vogler Home Missions Director
mas completely dissolved by the government. of their three boys. After the last few words HOME MISSIONS
And the reason was their strong stand against of instruction, he closed his eyes and prayed
compromise regarding the shrine question. a beautiful prayer for the success of the O.M.S. An I N V E S T M E N T that pays
(The Christians refused to yield to the Korean Holiness Church. With that he went D I V I D E N D S in
denlands of the government that they bow to his heavenly reward. * New souls won to Christ
down to Shinto shrines.) During that time A s an immediate result of his death, two *More areas opened to the full gospel
all of our preachers and many of the Chris-
tians went to jail. - doctors, two nurses and the five men who * Additional Christian workers for the
cremated him, became Christians. The men who future
T h e complete story of the sufferings of our cremated him said that a t the cremation of * A larger constituency to support our
church members and national co-workers dur- his body a miracle occured which caused them, n~issionary program
ing those years will never be known. I t would five heathen, to become Christians. Iinmediately
take literally thousands of interviews and then OUR SCOPE:
following, six of the town's leading men were
-could human lips retell the :suffering? also converted. The untouched areas of the United
States and Alaska; the North Ameri-
As an example of these Christian martyrs, I His widow, with her husband's exhortations
can Indians ; Jews ; Foreign Language
would like to give you the story of Mr. Pak, still ringing in her ears, started out immediate-
Groups ; Deaf Mutes ; and Prisoners.
one of our ministers, who paid with his life for ly to carry on his work. After much prayer,
the privilege of preaching this glorious gospel. she felt God leading her away from her friends, OUR NEED:
I wish with all my heart that you could have to start work in the capital city of Seotil which Fulzds that we may not be forced to
heard the story as I did from the lips of Mrs. she felt was God's call to her. withdraw from our present work.
Pak. She is one of the most radiant Christian In a strange city, anlong strangers, God More fwrds to reach communities which
women I have ever met. H e r tears told of wonderfully cared for her and her family. One have never received the blessing of the
her suffering but her radiant face, of the by one she led those around her to God, and full gospel.
victory that was hers. immediately after V-J Day she started a mission. Faithful Christians who will G I V E
Mr. Pak, along with the rest of our pastors, They needed a church badly because the little REGULARLY and P R A Y E V E R Y
was taken to the police station at 6:00 A. M. room was much too small. After weeks of fast- D A Y for the salvation of souls, and
His wife was able to visit him only once or ing and praying they had a revival in a build- God's blessing on our ever-increasing
twice a week. She noticed his rapid physical ing secured for this special meeting and there Home Missionary program.
decline which was caused by the severity of were over 700 in attendance every night. Sun- All offerings are used 100% as speci-
the torture inflicted by the police. One morn- day, the close oi the revival, they wanted to fied by the donor.
ing about 8:00 as she made her visit, while raise the 150,000 yen (Korean currency) need-
climbing the stairs to his cell, she heard moans ed to finish the purchase of their church build- Send your contribution to
coming from the cell of her husband. As she ing. Everyone told her if she got a tenth of that T H E HOME MISSIONS
looked into his cell she saw two policemen amount it would be a miracle. DEPARTMENT
beating him with clubs and they were saying, Saturday night before the final day, as GENERAL COUNCIL,
"Will you stop preaching about Jesus?" I n a Mrs. Palc was praying, the Lord asked her,
weak voice he boldly replied, "As long as ASSEMBLIES O F GOD
"What have you in your cruse?" She told
I have breath in my body I cannot stop preach- Him all she had of value was her watch, and S P R I N G F I E L D 1, M I S S O U R I
ing about Jesus!' Then again the terrible beat- as she was the pastor of the mission she need-
ing continued. She stumbled back down the
stairs to fall unconscious on the floor. Finally
someone shook her, arid regaining conscious-
ness, she looked a t her watch. I t was 3 :00 P.M.
All this time she had been unconscious.
Not many days after that she received
word that her husband was in the hospital.
@. me ]1)&?"
She went to see him and found him in a For study class or home use, read Myer Pearlman's
paralyzed, dying condition. They had beaten
him until he was unable t o move. H e could
not eat or speak for nine days. On the ninth
day he opened his eyes, loolcecl a t his wife and Windows Into. the Future
for the first time since entering the hospital, This is a practical and devotional commentary which seeks t o
he spoke. I n a clear voice he told her that apply t h e teachings of Revelation t o life a n d conduct. T h e writer
in a few moments he was going to go to has kept before him this guiding thought: granted that the mean-
heaven. H e held her hand and in a loud ing of most portions will only be fully revealed in the future, what
clear voice sang with her all four verses of is the practical message for us today? Throughout there is clear
Beulah Land. H e then gave a testimony to explanation of the symbolism. T h e book is ideal for home devotional
the doctors and nurses in the room. After use, and is splendid for class studies o n Revelation. Cloth and
this he gave his wife his last instructions. paper bound.
There was to be no action against his perse-
cutors (if it was discwered that his death was Price: single copy, $1.25 cloth; 60c paper
ca.used by physical torture the policemen would 1 0 or more copies to one address, 1 0 % discount
be severely dealt with by their superiors) ;
next, since he could no longer fulfill his call-
ing, he wished that his wife would do his work, GOSPEL PUBLISHING HOUSE Springfield I Missouri
God l ~ a dworked in her behalf and they had W H Y BE A T E E T O T A L E R ?
their church. I visited this cl~urchlast Sunday. Dr. Somerville Hastings, British Mem-
They have a fine building. I t was formerly a ber of Parliament, writes as follows in The
dancirlg school. The active membership is over Labor Abstainer :
200, and over. 300 for Sunday school. "We lcnqw as a scientific fact that as teeto-
After establishing this church Mrs. Palc left talers we are healthier, wealthier, and better
and started all over again. She now has sixty in every way.
church members and forty Sunday school , "Abstinence is therefore nothing more or
members in another place. They are in a small
room and have had to move three times al-
less than common sense-intelligent selfish- Ministers
ness, if you like.
ready. Now, their landlord is forcing them "Do let us get it out of our minds and out
to move again. After three days' fasting and of our propaganda that there is any self- Bible Students
praying, they raised 300,000 yen-a modern sacrifice about teetotalism. If people want to
miracle. One of the Christians had given get the best out of themselves and others,
her wedding ring and clothes to help raise and be really intelligent citizens today, they
this money. nwst be abstaiizeips."
I wonder if I might ask. "What kind of If a worldly man sees that total abstineilce Sunday School Teachers
Christians do the Americans make?" You have from liquor is in the interests of self, surely
been giving your nickels-these Christians have a Christian whose body is the temple of the
been giving their lives. Is God asking you,
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A CALL TO PENTECOST and all your un-Christlike motives and pride, arise and unfurl the banner of salvation free
and' make a conlplete stxrender of yourself and full, and a common-sense theology."
(Continued from page two) to God. God must have right-of-way in the Church.
Do not suppose that I disparage church But in spealting of the Church collectively,
membership. But, for God's and your own And ere this revival can enter the Church
sake, see well to it that you do not put your of Christ generally, and in its full .power, the do not let us forget that the needed blessing .
Church must have its Bochiin (vale of weep- must be accepted hy the individual member.
hope for salvation in that. Therefore if the Church as a whole is too
ing-Judges 2:l-5). Its pride and formalisnl
How can we expect any other state of its self-seeking spirit, its bigotry and worldli- dead to rise out of the dust, let not that pre-
things in the churches when they are so full ness, must be blotted out through the Elood vent you from seeking your personal Pentecost.
of nominal Christians? The work must, natur- of Christ, before it gets the power. The Be subject to the conditions laid down in
ally, be hindered from progressing. The sin- Church has sinned and polluted its ways by God's Word. Claim, as you fully surrender
cere pastor weeps and prays, and plans and touching the unclean thing. The Holy Spirit yourself, a perlect cleansing in and through
studies the best methods of work, and many has been grieved and all the leaders of the the Atonement, by faith. Acts 15 :9; 2 Cor.
of the sincere members do so too, but some- churches, in all denominations, ought to cry 6:ll-18; 7:l ; 1:21, 22. Then receive the gift
thing is in the way. What is i t ? Ah, friend, out to the people of God, as they confess their of the Holy Ghost.
there is "death in the pot." Not one, but own sins, and call them to repentance. The As the power strikes you, do not ask God
many Achans, even on the official boards. constant covering over of sins and weakness, to "stay His hand." Many have done this
They have touched the forbidden and con- making excuses for impurity and lukewarmness, as they felt the power entering their physical
demned thing. They have hid it in their hearts. will never satisfy the Holy Spirit. The time being, and have been unnecessarily anxious.
Now, you may be perfectly assured that if is come for the Church to shake off her fetters Does not the Almighty know what you can
this is tolerated your church will not prosper. and break away from the yoke of formalism; stand? I t is merely His Holy Spirit taking
I t may keep up on outward appearance for a and her arrogancy and half-hearted fight in the full possession of your whole being. H e is
time, so long as you have an attractive orator interests of Christ must be publicly confessed desirous to give you the same blessing as
in the pulpit, but the deep work that lasts and forsaken. There ought to be a general that received by the first Christian churches.
for eternity, and for which the church is season of prayer and fasting throughout all See Acts 10:46; and 1 9 5 ; and Mark 16:17.
supposed to stand, will not be done. You have Christendom. When the Holy Ghost floods and fills you
lost your first love! Rev. 3:17. The appeal made by Dr. Daniel Steele, to through and throzgh, as H e iilled the disciples
But, a revival is coming! Praise be to Godl the Methodist Episcopal Church, applies to all on Pentecost, you will begin to praise and
There are many praying and waiting souls, the churches: "Cease living on the heroism magnify God in tongues, as the Spirit gives
both among the ministers and the laity. They of your fathers; quit glorifying in numbers, utterance. I t may not be the "gift bf tongues"
have already heard the sound of many waters. sacrificing to statistics, and burning incense you receive, spoken of in 1 Corinthians 12,
The revival is coming; it is coming Hallelu- to General Minutes; down upon your knees, but snatches of various languages, o r some
jahl But when it does come, many of those and seek and find yourself the secret of the celestial language that the angels and God
who prayed for it will be surprised. Ah, it power of the fathers-a clean heart and the will understand. 1 Cor. 13 : l ; Eph. 3 :lo. I t
has already commenced and the surprise is endowment of power from on high; and then may not mean that you are to become a mis-
seen, the consternation, yea, even the doubt
and opposition of many, because it came in a
way they did not expect or care for.
T o be candid, dear reader, I do not believe
that anything now, short of the same Pente-
costal power that fell on the disciples at Jeru-
salem, will suffice; but when that once falls
on the Church as a whole we will witness
the same demonstrations as recorded in the
Acts, and the same, yea, even greater results,
because the church is more extensive now than
You may be prepared for any marevlous
exhibition of the "Power from on High" in
these days. So do not be surprised. If you
want to be in the fray when the blessing
comes, if you want to see the glory of the
Lord as H e demonstrates His mighty power
to save sinners and sanctify and empower His
people with His divine strength, then you must
fall into line with His claims.
Oh, let us take this matter seriously There
is no time for man-made schemes and proud
and haughty attempts to do the work that
God alone can do. When will men get to see
that our plans, ideas, theories and schemes,
that we are asking God to bless, are only a
hindrance to His cause-so much rubbish that
fills the track where the gospel train is to roll with marked effect by pastors, teach-
by. The sooner we get i t out of the way the ers, and Christian workers.
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P u p Sixteen
sionary, althougl~ you are, of course, willing WHAT I S T H E BAPTISM T H A T taught in the New Testament. How do we
to become anything for Christ. It was not harmonize these two seemingly conflicting
received by Cornelius and his friends in order
SAVES ? scriptures? In Mark 12:39 we read, "Hear,
for them to go out as missionaries; it was a (Continued from page three) 0 Israel; the Lord. ogr God is one Lord."
sign and sure evidence that they had received requested through their mothcr that they In 1 John 5:7 we read, "There are three that -
their Pentecost. Acts 10 :46. And besides this, might sit one on the right hand and the bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word,
your soul becomes so filled with the glory of other on the left hand with Jesus in His and the Holy Ghost: and THESE THREE ARB
God, that you will wonder how the Church Kingdom. Then Jesus asked them if they ONE." Likewise there are three baptisms
could live on regardless of this wondrous mir- were able to be baptized with the baptism taught in the New Testament, but these three
acle of grace. H e was baptized with. N o doubt H e was re- are one. The baptism by the Spirit SAVES us
Thousands are now rejoicing in the expe- ferring to the baptisni of death on the cross. by placing us into the body of Christ. The
rience of Pentecost and the new and wonderful Certainly we must experience the baptism of Baptism of the Holy Ghost administered by
light it fills their lives with. I thank God death (that is, dying out to the old life and the Lord Jesus SEALS us into the body. Eph.
that I may testify to this fact by personal being resurrected into the new life) before 4:30. The baptism in water SIGNIFIES the work
experience. we will ever have the privilege of sitting with is done.
You become lifted to a higher plane in your Christ on His throne. Rev. 3 :21. FORT WORTH, TEXAS
spiritual life. This is not the culminating In Eph. 4 5 we are told that there is one
blessing, but it makes your heart a hot-bed baptism (singular) ; but Hebrews 6:2 teaches "If our circumstances find us in God, we
for all the fruits of the Spirit (Gal. 5:22), the doctrine of baptisms (plural), making us shall find God in all our circumstances."
and ought, therefore, to be attained when we realize that in the principles of the doctrine
start out on our spiritual "race" (Heb. 12:1), of Christ there is more than one haptism The law of "giving" is the law of "living."
enabling us to be victorious always. I t does
not imply that we receive other supernatural
gifts, such as the gifts of healing, casting out
demons, or miracles. All the "gifts" were in
Young Folk's Bible
the Church of God before Pentecost, except
the gift of tongues and interpretation, and
practiced by the disciples thamselves. But you
may seek these special gifts as led by the
Pray, do not mix things! Just at this point For Gifts and Awards
I find that mistakes are heii:g made. Some
suppose that they have the special gifts because
they have received their Pentecost, and be- Illustrated-Self-Pronouncing
come discouraged when the supposed results
do not follow. Some, even ministers, are apt
to condemn the movement and say "Pentecost BOLD FACE TYPE
is not come," because those who say they have
obtained it do not perform miracles. Authorized King James Version
W e would say that it is a miracle that
they have received their Pentecost. I t is a
miracle, too, to speak in tongues. The pro-
phetic message delivered is also a miracle, and
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"Ask, and it shall be givcn you; seck, and
ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened
unto you"! Luke 11 :9-13.
You may possibly know all this, but when,
dear reader, will the time for action on your
part come? If you sin any longer against the
light, is there not a danger that God will
"remove your candlestick out of his place"
(Rev. 2:5), and leave you to your own sloth-
fulness of heart and mind?
Go down at the Cross at once. Put every-
thing else aside. Get the matter settled NOW,
for your own sake and for the sake of Christ
and His kingdom.
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PORTLAND, M a i n e w e have just closed a TEXAS DISTRICT COUNCIL
Among the Assemblies series of meetings with George Butin of Green
Lane, Pa., as evangelist. From the first service
The 34th Annual Texas District Council met
June 7-10 in the beautiful and historical city of
God met us in a wonderful way, saving souls and San Antonio. The convention was well attended
filling believers with the Holy Spirit. Others and the blessings of God rested upon all.
testified to definite healings. Mighty conviction All the officials were returned on the nomi-
rested upon the meetings. The heart-searching nating ballot. Each one present went home with
TISHOMINGO, 0KLA.-We just closed a 4- messages of our brother stirred the assembly to
week tent meeting with the Ammons Brothers a renewed determination to press the battle for
seek a deeper realm in God. The closing night the Lord,-E. B. Crump, District Secretary-Treas-
Evangelistic Party. Twenty-five were baptized of the services found the church filled to capacity,
in water, and several received the Baptism in urer.
and a spirit of revival is still in our midst.-
the Holy Ghost.-Joseph H. Bowling, Pastor. Robert Wallace, Pastor, West End Gospel Taber- CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS-We have recently
nacle. returned to the church here, to take up our
ALVORD, TEXAS-We had a 2-week revival
meeting in May, conducted by our pastor, M. M. duties again as pastor. The Lord has been blessing
BELLFLOWER, CALIF.-For the past six our efforts in a wonderful way, and we feel that
Harrison. Five were saved, and 5 received the weeks we have been enjoying the ministry of He is going to move in a greater way than ever
Baptism in the Holy Ghost. The church is mov- Evangelist Robert Bayless of Hot Springs, Ark.
ing on for God. Our Sunday School attendance before. There were 57 present for Sunday School
From the first service the revival tide rose until, last Sunday. All Council ministers passing this
rose from 35 to 90.-Mrs. Daisy Skaggs, Secre- during some of the services while Brother Bayless way are invited to stop and visit us.-Pastor and
tary, Faith Temple Assembly of God. was preaching, the power of God would sweep in Mrs. Willard Smith.
INDIANOLA, IOWA-We recently completed and take charge of the service, and God would
special meetings with Robert Rosin and Bud be exalted by the praise of His people. A goodly LIBBY, M0NT.-We have just concluded
Lagerwall, students from North Central Bible number have been saved, healed, baptized and revival meetings with "The Musical Mandigos" of
Institute, Minneapolis, Minn. Brother Rosin is refilled with the Holy Spirit during this moving Bismarck, N. Dak. God's presence, real in ev-
the evangelist and an able minister of the Word. of God's Spirit. We sincerely appreciate the mes- ery service, reached to all corners of the c.ity and
Brother Lagerwall, a lyric tenor, is excellent in sage of power and holiness and the messages drew many visitors to the services throughout the
his ministry of song.-M. C. Fishel, Pastor. in song brought by the evangelist.-C. Andrews, campaign. Outstanding were the children's rallies
Pastor. which filled our auditorium to capacity each
ANDREWS, TEXAS-We are happy to report week. The consecrated musical talent and
a very successful 4-week revival campaign with FOREST CITY, ARK.-We are able to report anointed preaching of these evangelists will not
Evangelist and Mrs. Herman Teichman of Ft. that the blessing of the Lord is upon the work soon be forgotten. We thank God for a real work
Worth. A number were saved and several re- here. We have a beautiful church building with accomplished.-Leon H. Ayers, Pastor.
ceived the Baptism in the Holy Ghost. Two new the best of equipment, in a thriving ~ i t y , ~ ~ $ $ 2 ; 0 0 0
all-time records were set in the Sunday School. population, and a faithful group of praying ehr$i- A REPORT FROM GREAT BRITAIN
The messages from the Word and in song proved tians. Yet we realize that without the ever present We have just concluded a series of meetings
a great blessing to our church.-Leon C. Quillin, help of the Lord we could not hope to succeed in City Temple, Cardiff, Wales, with Pastor P. E.
Pastor. in the effort to build for God a Christ-uplifting, Brewster. The Lord met us m a wonderful way;
God-honoring, Spirit-filled church in this city. 26 were filled with the Spirit, and 18 were saved.
DRASCO, ARK.-A 2-week revival meeting The opportunities for us on the local radio sta- We have also ministered in several churches
was conductedzhere by Evangelist and Mrs. J. C. tion are very encouraging. We shall greatly ap- in Wales, where the great Welsh revival of 1904
Martin of Hoxie. Several came to the altar preciate your co-operation with us in prayer.- started; and thank God, we could still feel the
seeking God but no one fully surrendered to the L. C. Ramsey, Pastor. same meat enthusiasm and convictinn s ~ i r i tas
Lord. Several were healed through faith and then-kly in a greater way, as now it-was added
prayers offered by the evangelist.-Mrs. M. JENNINGS, LA.-We were voted in as pastors to by men and women being filled with the Spirit
Pushkarshy, Sunday School Superintendent, Dug- of this fine Assembly of God on March 14, 1949. in every service.
hill Community. Since coming here, 6 have been. saved and 5
baptized with the Holy Ghost i n our regular From South Wales we went to Bolton, Lan-
CONWAY, ARK.-We are in the fourth week services. Three Sundays ago, we b'aptized' 6 .in cashire, England, and here once more God came
of the most glorious revival that this assembly the church baptistry. Monday, June 6, during our forth; in two nights, 22 'were filled with the Spirit,
has known. Many have found' Christ precious to church business meeting, -8 new members -yere and we left 40 more waiting on the Lord.
their hearts, and several have received the Bap- taken into the church. We are praising ;.'and We are now in Kilsyth, Scotland, where the
tism in the Holy Spirit. Mildred Green of thanking God for His blessings in our midst. great revival and outpouring of the Holy Spirit
Shreveport, La., is conducting the evangelistic Within the next two weeks, we will be starting in 1908 started. Such enthusiasm and singing
effort. Certainly Pentecost has been repeated, to build a 6-room parsonage, on a beautiful and deep hunger for God we have found here! I t
under the anointing .of the Holy Spirit. We thank corner lot which has been purchased and paid makes one's heart rejoice.
God for what He is doing for us.-Joe W. Adams, for since our coming here.-Arthur C. Bristol, We will go from here to Belfast, Ireland, then
Pastor. to London for a few days in a large tent meeting,
ELGIN, ILL.-We have just recently had one then on to Paris, France, to the great Pentecostal
SPRINGVALE, MAINE-We are praising God of the finest revival meetings our church has ever World Conference.-Pastor and Mrs. Bird H.
for a gracious outpouring of His Spirit at the Campbell.
Sanford Full 'Gospel Tabernacle during a recent known. Dean Duncan and party ministered to us
10-day campaign with Evangelist and Mrs. Rich- for three weeks, during which time souls were
saved, the Sunday School attendance far ex- SIOUX FALLS, S. DAK.-On May 29-30 the
ard Vinyard of Kansas, accompanied by Ruth ceeded all expectations, and hundreds of new dedication of the completed church edifice was
Darnell. Ten were filled with the Holy Ghost, people attended the revival. I t is now several celebrated. Wilfred A. Brown was the guest
and several were born again, as night after night speaker and brought the dedicatory address the
earnest hearts responded to the heart-searching weeks since the meeting closed and we are con-
tinuing to benefit from the revival. evening of May 30. District Superintendent W. E .
messages from God's Word. Truly God sent us Cummings also participated in this service. A
rain in the time of the latter rain.-Arnold W. We also had a very profitable meeting with
Harvey McAlister as the evangelist. His ministry Homecoming and C. A. Rally was conducted in
Scott, Church Secretary. the afternoon, with S. E. Johnson, State C. A.
has a rich place in the hearts of the people.
MONTREAL, QUE.-Philip J. Brauchler of Through his efforts several thousand dollars were President, presiding. Nine of the eighteen who
Lakeland, Fla., was the evangelist for the opening raised in pledges to enlarge the church building. are in the ministry from this church were present
campaign in the new church recently erected by During the past three years constant improvement and each of them brought a short message.
the Central French Assembly here. Numbers of and enlarging has been going on, both to the The new sanctuary comfortably seats 500. In-
outsiders were present a t each service. Some were church structure and in the church itself. I n all direct lighting, tile floor, and cushioned "push-
genuinely converted 'and some definite healings this we give the Lord all praise and glory.-C. back" chairs are features which contribute to
took place. The evangelist's sound ministry in the Merrill Johnson, Pastor. making this one of the most beautiful auditoriums
Word was profitable t o all. Fifty 'followed the in Sioux Falls. I n addition to the sanctuarv. the
Lord in baptism on the closing Sunday night of REDWOOD CITY, CALIF.-Since the first of building also houses church offices and reception
the campaign. Prayer is solicited on behalf of room, a book shop, church parlor with fireplace
the year God has stretchkd forth His hand in a adjoining a 4-room apartment, one large and one
the work here in French Canada.-E. L. Las- glorious way. Several young couples have been small basement auditorium, spacious rest rooms,
segues, Pastor. saved, and one by one have been. receiving the a kitchen, and many Sunday School class rooms.
Baptism in the Holy Spirit. Provision has been made for a large Sunday
MATADOR, TEXAS-We are praising the The Sunday before Easter we began a two-
Lord for what H e has been doing in Matador. School. The auditorium may be reached by
We took charge of the church here during the week meeting with Evangelist Robert (Bobby) either a ramp or inside stairs. The building is
absence of Pastor and Mrs. C. B. Bowen, and Clark of Bakersfield. The first week we had the almost entirely fireproof.
turned i t back t o them upon their return, June Sunday School co-operating with the evangelistic The Gospel Tabernacle is downtown property,
12. During o w stay here, two months and a half, campaign, using some splendid ideas taken from located in the same square block as the Post
12 were saved and 5 filled with the Holy Ghost. an article by L. C. Honderick, found in the Office and Federal Building. The property and
Brother and Sister Hicks and children were with March edition of "Our Sunday School Counsel- building are valued at $135,000.
us for two weeks i n May; 12 were saved ,and 4 lor." This worked out very successfully with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Berg, the pastors,
received the Baptism in the Holy Ghost. With around 15 coming tp the Lord for salvation. On founded this work October 5, 1930. They have
the help of the Lord and some hard working Easter Sunday all previous records were broken maintained 1 8 years of radio broadcast. The
saints, we broke the all-time record in the Sun- with over 300 in attendance. present program is "The Tabernacle Hour," over
day School. On the last Sunday in May there The last night of the campaign, before the serv- Station KELO, 1320 kilos., at 10:30 every Sun-
were 116 present. We had bad weather to com- ice, God began pouring out His Spirit, which con- day night.
bat, but the Lord gave t h e victory. T o Him we tinued in the prayer room on through the entire Evangelist Thomas B. Don Carlos of Petaluma,
give the praise. meeting. By eleven o'clock approximately 12 Calif., is conducting the first revival meeting in
We are open for evangelistic or pastoral calls had received their Baptism. Certainly God was the new structure. God is blessing. People are
anywhere the Lord leads.-Brother and Sister in it all, and t o Him belongs all the glory.-E. R. being saved, filled with the Holy Spirit, and
N. L. Locke, P.O. Box 486, Matador, Texas. Gomes, Pastor. healed.-The Pastors.
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11:3&-12:OO m., Sunday, 8:3&9:00 a.m. Rev. 12p6:5t$.C., Sunday
C. C. Crace, First Assembly of God. TRINIDAD, Station KCRT, 1240 K.C., Sunday, 1:00
FORT SMITH, Station ICFSA, "The Sunshine Hour," -1:30 p.m.
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oslin, pastor. ~~~~~~~l ~
~ H l ~ sunday, , FRUIT& Station KEXO, "Call to Worship," 1230
~ ~ d
p.m., ICresse C. Sampson, M. C., Dodson
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and Words of gfe," 7320 K.C Sunday 9:00 am., 1310 K.C., Sunday, 9:001a.m:, V. J. Crews, ~asto'r. WHEN THE FIRE FELL
"Bethel Echocs. Sunday 1 0 6 p.m., New Bethel MONTROSE, Station ICUBC, "Gospel Melodies,"
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HARRISON, Station KHOZ, 1240 K.C., Sunday, 1:00 Pastor. A thrilling account of the revival under
-1:30 p.m., Assen~bly of God, Basil Edwards, WRAY, Station KWGB, "Radio Gospel Missions," Finney, Evan Roberts in Wales, D. L. Moody,
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Healing Hour," Monday thru Friday, 9:%9:15 This volume is a record of the way that
MAGNOLIA, Station ICVM, 630 K.C., Sunday, 9:- a.m., Cyril E. Homer, Pastor.
9:30 a.m.. F m t Assembly of God, C. B. Ander- God, through His precious Holy Spirit, moved
xm, Pastor. 1 GEORGIA and worked in the hearts and lives of men
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NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Station KLRA, 1010 K.C., p.m., Washrngton Street Assembly, Atlanta,
Sunday, 8:00--8:30 a.m., First Assembly of Jimmie Mayo. istry of Jonathan Goforth. T h e stoty of
God, T. J. Gotcher, Pastor. these great revivals is enough t o move and
RUSSELLVlLLE, Station KXRJ, 1490 K.C., Sunday, POCATELLO, Station KSEI, "Calvary Echoes," melt the heart of every reader. Cloth bound.
8:00--8:30 a:m., Assembly of God. J. B. Lindsey, 930 K.C., Friday, 5:&5:15 p.m. Assemblies of Price $1.50.
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CALIFORNIA Back Home Hour, 1490 KC., Sunday, 10:15- By Jonathan Goforth
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Director, R. J. Ferguson, Music Director. B. Warner, Pastor. The twenty-two lectures that make up
this volume tell the why and how of revivals .
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Hosier, Pastor. Burniug Bush," 1240 K.C., an day, 6:0&5:45 p.m., 3 0
900 K C . , Sunday, 8@90 am., "Sunday Scliool
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KANSAS tlie Church. Tabernacle, Philippsburg,
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WICHITA, Station KANS, 1480 KC., Sunday 8:15 560 K.C., Sunday, 12:30-1:Lh pm:, Central As- 930 K.C., Friday, 2:3@-2:45 p.m., Samuel Y. Wiel-
a.m., Assembly of God, Floyd L. Garver, Pastor. sembly of God, E. A. Balliet, Pastor. der, Pastor, Danville, Pa.
LOUISIANA WEST. PkAINS, Station KWPIII, "C.A.'s of West HARRISBURG, Station WHGB, "Redemption Tidings
SHREVEPORT, Station KRMD, 1340 K.C., Sunday Plains, Sunday, 5:15 p.m., "What The Bible Hour, 1400 K.C., Sunday, 8:30-9:00 a.m., Leo
11:30-12:W m., Mrs. Edith Mae Fennlngton, Teaches," Monday, 8:00 p.m., Assembly of God, S. Starner, Director.
Pastor. Rev. Rensink, Pastor.
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PRESQUE ELI?, Station WAGM, "The Gospel 7:30-7:40 a.m., "The Bible Broadcast," A. W.
NEWARK, Station WAAT, "The Pentecostal Mes- Buckley, Pastor.
Light Hour," 1450 KC., Sunday, 5:30-6:OO sage," 970 K.C., Sunday, 6:15-6:30 p.m., Andrew
p.m., conducted by .the Wright Evangelists- Rahner, Director, Plainfield, New Jersey.
John & Norma. PHILADELPHIA, Station WTEL, "Ukrainian Gospel
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1:30-2:00 p.m., Lake Gospel Tabernacle, E'dward STATE COLLEGE Station WMAJ "Gospel Eclioes,"
1600 K.C., Saturday, 10:-10:30 p.m., Glad Tidings 1450 K.C., sunday, 8:30-9:M) a.'m., Gospel Tabcr-
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nncle of Philippsburg.
ROYAL OAK, Station WEXL, "The Revival Melody CANTON, Station WAND, "The Light of tlie Val-
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Radio Parson. Thursday 8:45-9:W a.m., E. T. Full Gospel Chapel, J. F: Johnson, Pastor. K.C., ~ L n d a y , 1 :0&1 :JO 'p.m., First Asseinbly of
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SAGINAW, Station WKNX, "Gospel Melodies," TEXAS
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C. Dodd. 1360 K.C., Sunday %
W: a.m., Central As-
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Hour," 1390 K.C., Sunday, 8:30 a.m., Gospel CLEBURNE, Station KCLE, 1120 K.C., Sunday,
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Wm. R. Konippi, Pastor.
Texas, R. B. Ring, Pastor.
TULSA, Station KFMJ, "The Full Gospel Broadcast,"
MANKATO, Station KYSM, 1230 IC.C., Sunday, 1050 K.c., Sunday 5:W p.m., Full Gospel Taber-
8315 a.m., Lloyd W. Nelson, Pastor. nacle, Glenn E. Millard, Pastor. DENISqN, Station KDSX, "Assembly of God Broad-
cast, 1220 K.C., Monday thru Friday, 10:15
WADENA, Station ICWAD, "The Assemblies of God a.m., Sunday 9:15 a.m., First Assembly of God,
OREGON Ernest A. -bIanley, Pastor.
Gospel Hour," 920 K.C., Sunday, 8:%9:M) p.m.,
Brainerd Gosuel Tabernacle. R. S. Peterson. Pas- ASHLAND, Station KWIN, "Assembly of God
tor. Hour Broadcast," 14W K.C., Sunday. 1:-1:30 HEREFqRD, Station K P A N "Assembly of God
p.m., Assembly of God, 0. W. Klingsheim, Pastor. Hour, 860 K C . , sunday,' 1:&1:30 p.m., As-
WORTHINGTON, Station KWOA, "Assembly of God sembly of God, S. E. Eldridge, Pastor.
Vespers, 730 K C . , Sunday, 4:30 p.m., Assembly SALEM, Station KSLM, "Tabernacle Echoes," 1390
of Gnd Tabernacle, Lloyd Christianson, Pastor. KC., Saturday, 7:15 p.m., Evangelistic Tabernacle. LUFKIN, Stztion KTRE, "Clawson A3sembly of God
Program, 1420 K.C., Sunday, 1 :45-2:W p.m., V.
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Hour," 1340 K.C., Monday thru Friday, 8 2 %
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These two books interpret end- SWEETWATE'R. Station KXOX, 1240 K.C., Satur-
day, 9:45-10:W a.m., Assembly of God, H. S.
time prophecies in story form. Al- Cowart, Pastor.
though merely fiction they present
SULPHUR SPRINGS Station KSST, 1230 K.C.,
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of both Christian and non-Chris- God, Albert A. Clark, Pastor.
OGDEN; Station K O P P "Calvary Tabernaclc Broad-
cast," 730 K.C., SuAday, 8:%9:00 a.m., Calvary
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This is an exceedingly interesting story in which the doc- PRICE; Station KOAL "Full Gospel Hour," 1230
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1490 K.C., Sunday, 7:W a.m., American Fork,
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THE MARK OF THE BEAST, by Sydney Watson
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stand correctly what the Bible teaches concerning the Hour," 580 K.C., Sunday 10:15-10:45 p.m., As-
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will rule with unhindered sway. In "The Mark of the K.C., Sunday, $:45 a.m., M. Vincelli, Pastor.
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The General Council Have them for General Council
A great General Council for the Assemblies Let delegates' cars be identifie$ with
of Gpd will be held a t Seattle, Washington
S e ~ t e m b e r8-15.. This will be an important
' Council. Among other matters of importance
is election of a new General Superintendent
since our present General Superintendent is
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retirine from this office. I t is of much im-
portance that the Lord give us one in this W e are glad to present this late "As-
position who can be a spiritual leader. With-
semblies of God" decal o r sticker t o iden-
out t h e Spirit we are nothing.
tify automobiles of the General Council
Other important matters will be before us
Fellowship. Attractive when used on car
for consideration. There are things of im-
windshields o r w i n d o w ; it is nicely de-
portance related t o the work in our home
country. Then there is "the uttermost parts signed in gold, black, white, and maroon,
size 3x4 inches.
of the earth!' I t sometimes looks like Satan
has attacked the world in great wrath, know- In for General Council in
ing that he has but a short time. W e cannot September, we suggest that every pastor
but feel that the coming of the Lord is draw- order one for himself (Style C) and a sup-
ing near. If God has given us a "last day ply for his congregation (Style L) a t the
message," how we need Him to guide us. quantity prices. Style L simply bears the
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ated. Where two or three a r e gathered to-
gether in the Savior's name, there He is in
the midst of them. Times of fasting might
also be added. But let us not forget regular
personal prayer: Pray unto your Father in
secret, and your Father which seeth in secret
shall reward thee openly.
A FRESH OUTPOURING O F T H E
Would it not be glorious were God t o Perhaps you've wished for just the right answer when
send upon the General Council a fresh out- dealing with a soul in error-maybe have squirmed in
pouring of the Holy Spirit? These are days helplessness a t wrong teaching, unable to expose it with
when, all over the world, Satan is pressing Light from the WORD. To avoid repeti-
hard. W e are certainly wrestling, not against
flesh and blood, but azainst principalities tion of such an embarrassing situation,
and powers. Only God can make His cause you will be eager to know of these
to prosper. books which have an important minis-
' try for the Christian who wishes to be
L E T ALL WHO CAN ATTEND. faithful in dealing with the lost.
Let all who can. be present a t the Council.
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there. Then be present for every business
meeting. by Dan Gilbert
"This book proves bv a multitude of quotations from their
o w n works th& this seEt is tooth a n d nail engaged in a n effort
t o destroy all Christianity, all religion, and, as well, t h e govern-
ment of the United States. I t is a book that should be widely
orning Meetings read."
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The Teachings of Mrs. Eddy, by W. T. Conner, price 75c.
should reach us 18 days before that date. Lodges Examined by the Bible, by John R. Rice, price 50c.
The Gist of the Cults, by J. I<. Van Baalen, price 50c.
GENERAL COUNCIL Spiriteaalism, by William E. Biederwolf, price 30c.
The General Council of the Assemblies of God
will meet in the Civic Auditorium, Seattle Wash.,
.Out of the Labyrinth, by L. H. Lehmann (former priest, now Editor
Sept. 8 to 15, 1949. I t will open with a C. k. Rally of "The Converted Catholic") 252 pages, price $3.00.
on Thursday n k h t , Sept. 8, and close with a sfnnd Mormonism Under the Searchlight, by William E. Biederwolf, price
fellowship meeting a n Thursday night, Sept. 15.
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Water Baptism and the Trinity, by Gortner, Gee, and Pickering,
OLNEY TEXAS-Assembly of God July IS-; price 25c.
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nett, evening speaker. Mnke application to Ruth Sept. 5. Workers: Paul E. Uhrig, Jack Bierce, and
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Sectional Councila for Arkansas District. Sectian 1, Eastern North Carolina Summer Camp, Windsor, N.
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Tabernacle, p u g . 3-31; Gayle Jackson, Sike~ton, C., Aug. 14-28. H. B. Kelchner, Bible teacher: E.
3, Aug. 8, Tuckerman, Section 8, Aug. 11, Parkin. IL Summers, evangelist. For reservations write:
Mo., Evangelist.-Ira M. Bryce, Pastor. , -H. E. Shaw, District Secretary. Assemblies of God Summer Camp, Route 2, Windsor.
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July 26-August 7. Speakers: A. A. Wilson, W. .E.
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Appnlachian District Camp Meeting, District Camp
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by First Asse~nbly of God, July lo--: Bill Durbin made: erection of men's dormitary tabernacle,
i ~ ~ g Braminghom, Mass., July 28-29. General Superinten-
Evangelistic Party, .with the Hofmo Duo furnishing several cabins, new kitchen, and i n h l a t i o n of dent Ernest S. Williams, chief speaker, followed
the music. Hilliard Griffin is Pastor. water system.. Bring your 'bedding. For further hy general discussloti among ministers of questions
illformation write W. W. Smith, Box 224, Big Stone hvolved. Meetings open only to m i n i ~ t e r s and wives.
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SCOTTSBLUFF, NI1BR.-Assembly of God 6th
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hve. arid 15th St.. July 24-; Hnrry Walker of'Falls The 16th Annual Wisconsin-North Michigan Dis- 1.ester Sumrall. Camp Evangelist. John Wright F?l-
City, Evangelist. E. M. Clark ia Pastor. trict Council and Camp Meeting will be held a t lette. Camp Bible Teacher. For further information
Spencer Lake Bible Camp, 5 miles south of Waupaca, or reservations write T. B. Pierce, 105 Grigg St.,
ALBANY, N. Y.-Evangelistic Center Washington Wis. Speakers include T. J. Jones, Clifton Erickson, Petersburg, V: 0. L. Harrup, District Superinten-
n ~ t dRobin Sts,; meeting ill progress; Evangelist and ~ d
a ~ Tom Johnstone. Camp Meeting, July 2 8 - A u y ~ t d e ~ ~ E. 0. Dickerson, Secretary-Treasurer.
Mrs. A. II. Vander Ploeg of Toledo, Ohio. The newly 7. Preceding the Camp Meeting will be the annual
f o ~ n i e d Assembly has shown remarkable gain. -411 I~usiness meeting of the District Council, . J d y 2 6 2 7 . MICHIGAN CAMP MEETING
~ x s s i n gthis way invited to visit us.-Mr. and Mrs. For further information write B. ' E . Stroud. Waupaca,
\Vis.-L. E. Curtis, District Secretary, 1208 Twelfth FA-HO-LO PARK, GRASS LAKE, M1CH.-
Burton 1% Ellis, Pastors. St., Monroe, Wis. Thirteenth Annual Michigan Camp Meetmg, July 23
-August 7. Bert Webb evening speaker. Arthur
INDIANA BOYS' AND GIRLS' CAMP MONTANA DISTRICT Y O U T H CAMPS Graves, morning Bible teacher. Special new afternoon
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9-15. Gene Hogan, Director. P ~ w lEvans* Committee ill the evenings. Beavercreek Playground in Bear- Teacher Training Division. National Sunday School
Chairman, R u t h Helton and Thelma ~ o h d , Instruc- paw Motmtains, near Havre, July 28-Aug. 5. Evangel- Department. For reservations contact Michigan Dis-
tors. R e g i s t ~ r e d ,
nurse and life guards. Supervised ists Paul and Myrtle Hild, evening speakers. Liorls trict Council, 209 N. Wallace Blvd Ypsilanti, Mi&-
I~ostiilg, swlmmln.6, hiking and games. Religious Sunshine Camp ill heart of Rockies near Helena, D. G. Foote, s e c r e t a r y - ~ r e a s u r e r , '
instruction and worship. Last year over 50 were August 12-20. Ages for both camps,' 9 through 18.
saved, and 25 filled with the Holy Spirit. Entire Cost $10. Fifty cents extra for ages 13 and up to W E S T T E X A S DISTRICT CAMP MEETING
cost $10. OR^ boy and one girl from each S ~ i n d a y cover cost of hook for R W T C course to be Sixth Annual Camp Meeting of the West Texas
School a t half price. Writo Children's Camp, P. 0. given. For i~~formation write Paul Williscroft. Chair- District, Camp Tabernacle, just outside city limits of
Box 1020. Terre Haute, Ind., for application.-Roy man. District Youth Camps Committee, BOX 784, I.ul~bock, Texas, on U. S. Highway 87, August 9- 18.
13. Wead, District Superintendent. Conrad, liont.
- First service, evenlng, August 9. T. J. Jones,
morning Bible teacher. Kenneth R. Schmidt, evenlng
evangelistic speaker. Special Junior camp for children.
Special Missionary Day planned. Plenty of camning
space for tents and trailers, but no cabins. Meals
served a t camp cafeteria a t nominal charge. For
Need help with further information or reservations in hotels or t o u r
ist courts, write District Superintendent H. M.
Sheats. Box 825, I.uhbock, Texas.-S. E . Eldridge,
D ~ s t r i c t Secretary-Treasurer.
LEM AMUSEMENTS? LIVING W A T E R S CAMP M E E T I N G
15th Annual Living Waters Camp Meeting. Western
P a r t of the Eastern District, Cherry Tree, Pa.,
July 22-August 7. District Superintendent A. N.
Chase camp pastor. E. 0. Leeper of York, morning
Bible 'teacher, Paul R. Ridings of Martinsburg, W.
WHAT IS WRONG W I T H T H E MOVIES? by John R. kice Va., afternoon C. A. speaker. Arthur Arnold of
1.0s Anrreles. Calif.. nirht sneaker. Mr. and Mrs.
-4 stirring, truthful message, bringing to light the vileness and Wm. F k e l l of Gree&bur& Camp Bible School
rottenness of the movie industry. The lurid ugliness and painted teachers. Emma Lazar, teacher of.VBS. Services daily,
THEATER 10 a.m., 3 and 7 5 0 p.m. Special missionary day,
beauty of the silver scrcen are shown to be sirens of hell, beckoning July 31, J. Horn in charge; Mr. and Mrs. H. B.
youth to enjoy pleasures of sin with certain death as penalty. Garlock, jus,r returned from Africa, main speakers.
For information write R. F. Bender, 120 Arden
Price 60c. Road, Mt. Lebanon, Pittsburgh 16, Pa.
T H E HERITAGE O F HELL, by Dan Gilbert N E W ENGLAND DISTRICT CAMP MEETING
District-wide Annual Camp Meeting, District Camp
A convincing discussion on the evils and pitfalls of the dance. The Grounds on Route 9, Bramingham Center, Mass.,
THE DANCE author states, "The underworld proposes by means of the dance to July 3 d - ~ u g u s t 14. Ernest S. Williams morning
perfect its control over the life of youth and its dominion over weaker, first week; Noel Perkin, secdnd week.
Charles E. Blair, evening speaker, Grand opening
American destiny." Shall we allow it to succeed? Price 3%. July 30. Youth Rallies each Saturday evening. Mis-
sionary Day, August 7. Sunday School Rally, Aug~tgt
13. Communion Sunday. August 14. Servicqs 10
A DECK O F CARDS, by Charles F. Weigle a. m., and 7:30 p.m Special features each after-
CARDS The "dirty deck" has a terrible and blasphemous~code.Each card noon, 2 to 5 p.m. Accommodations include dining
hall, lunch stand, rooms, tents. For further informa-
in the deck has , a n evil secret meaning. Fact$ concerning eards tion write Districr Office, 7 Auburn S o , Framing-
which are startling to most Christims. Price 2%. ham. Mass.
SECTIONAL CAMP M E E T I N C
TOBACCO, by John R. Rice Redwood District Camp Meeting, Riverside Fark,
TOBACCO Co-written by a physician. I s the use of tobacco a sin? Facts on the Van Dusen river 14 miles east of Highway
101 a t Fortuna, Calif., and 11 miles east of ZAlton,
concerning cigarettes; how to quit the habit. Price 15c. California, August 15-28. J. E. Neely, camp evan-
gelist. R. J. Thurmond, cam Bible teacher. R. C.
Fulmer, District C. A. ~ r e s i i e n t , in charge of first
GOSPEL PUBLISHING HOUSE, Springfield 1, Missouri 3 days of camp. C. A. Rally, evening, August 15.
Plenty of camping space on grounds; meals served.
For further information write Pastor R, L. Neal,
Box 3, Bohnerville, Calif.
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CAMP
Northern California and Nevada District Boy's and
(Xrls' Camp, Bethany Park, Santa Cruz, Calif., July
25-29. Ages 9 through 14. J. Raymond Ton, Camp
IEvangelisr. I. W. Suter, Camp Director and District
Representative, 1009 Fifth St., Vallejo, Calif.
N E W YORK-NEW JERSEY CAMP MEETING
SIIERBURNE, N. Y.-Mountainview Gospel Camp
Improve -Sunday School Lesson
of New York-New Jersey, District. July 22-August
7. H. B. Kelchner, camp evangelist. Nicholns Nikoloff, Presentation by Using Maps
Uible teacher. For information or reservations write
Pastor Frank Reynolds, Box 127, Canandaigua, N.
Y.-Norman Love, Secretary. These maps are Seven attractive numbers:
INDIANA DISTRICT CAMP MEETING
printed in, six colors
Indiana Dirtrict Camp Meeting, Lake Placid, Hart- on linen cloth. The .
1 New Testament Palestine
ford City, Ind., August 1-14. Arthur Arnold, A. M. names of Bible places 2. Old Testament Palestine'
Alber, and C. E. Homer, guest speakers. New are in very large let- 3. Roman Empire, Paul's Travels
dor~nitory, improved grounds and accommodations.
For reservations o r information write Camp Meet- ters. T h e seven maps 4. Bible Lands of Old Testament
ing, P. 0. Box 1020. Terre Haute, 1nd.-Roy H. cover the following di- 5. Egypt and the Exodus
Wead, District Superintendent.
visions of Bible geog- 6. Ancient Jerusalem
W E S T FLORIDA DISTRICT CAMP A N D raphy. Size 18x27. 7. T h e Divided Kingdom
West Flotida District Camp Meeting, Blue Springs
C a n ~ p Grouuds, Marianna, Fla., July 25-Aug. 3, Price: 60c each; 7 for $3.50
followed by District Council August 4-5. Cayle F.
Ixwis and R. C. "Keetah" Jones, guest speakers.
Zior information write G. H. Blair, District Secre-
tary, Box 465 Marianna, Fla. ' GOSPEL PUBLISHING HOUSE Springfield I, Missouri
SECTIONAL CAMP M E E T I N G
Sectional Camp Meeting, a t beautiful Lake Murray,
4 miles southeast of Ardmore, Okla., August 16-25.
Teachers' Reference Bible
Carl Alcorn of Bt. Worth, Texas, principal speaker.
District officials and visiting ministers will also speak.
T e i ~ t sand cots for rent. Plenty of shade. For further
i~~forniation write Paul E. Itiggs, Box 191, Ardmorea
Olcla.,-Floyd L. Poag, Sectional Presbyter.
W E S T E R N OKLAHOMA SECTIONAL CAMP
Sectional Camp Meeting, Woodward Section of
Oklahoma District, Crystal Beach Pa&, Woodward,
Contains these special features:
Olcla., July ,22-30. District Secretary Robert E.r
Goggin, evening spenlwr. Visiting and local minis-' HARMONY O F T H E F E A S T DAYS
ters will speak mor~iings and afternoons. For room GOSPELS MIRACLES
inforination write Pastor E. A. Willeford, 914 \yeb-
ster, Woodward, ,Okla.-Olen B. Cossey, Sectional SYNOPSIS O F EACH BOOK PARABLES
I'resbyter. H I S T O R Y O F T H E BIBLE
J E W I S H SECTS
KANSAS DISTRICT CAMP M E E T I N G
ICansau District Camp Meeting, 5 miles west of This Teacher's Reference Bible contains many unusual features and
Alton, 3 miles east of Woodston, on Highway. 24,
August 2-11. Speakers: Harold Horton, mornlng; aids. One exclusive feature is use of stars (A) to indicate Old Testament
Wm. E. Kirschke, evening. Tents and cots for
rent. but each one required to bring own bedding. passages; containing Messianic prophecies. Each has Divinity Circuit Bind-
ecc. Tourist cabins in nearby towns. Diniiig hall and ing, Concordance, 60,000 Center Column References, Geographical Index,
lunch stand on grounds.-Paul C. Samuelson, Secre-
tary-Treasurer, 1009 S. Broadway, Wichita 11, Kan- Illustrated Bible Readers' Aids, S Color Illustrations, 8 Halftones, 16
sas. Color Maps, Presentation Page, Fanlily Register, Self-Pronouncing Type.
CENTRAL T E X A S CAMP M E E T I N G
Sewnd Annual Central Texas Camp Meeting,
Neff State P a r k , on bank of Leon River, 28 miles
southwest of Waco,
miles southwest of McGregor,
7. Bracy I. Greer of Ft. Worth,
No. 203C. GENUINE LEATHER BINDING AND
LINING. Red letter edition, gold (over
mght speaker; John C. Reel of Joinerville, mornmg red) edges, gold stamped cover. 2 silk mark-
speaker. Afternoon speakers to be selected f ~ o m em, headbands. Size 5%x8x1% inches ........$7.50
visiring ministers. For reservations or informatioa
write Pastor Woodrow Wilson, 916 A d a ~ n v St., Mc- NO. 253C. GENUINE LEATHER BINDING, LEATH-
C ER LINED. Black letter edition, .gold
SOUTHERN MISSOURI CAMP MEETING (over red) edges, gold stamped cover, 2
Boys' Camp, agos 9-14, July 18-23. Cost $7.50. silk markers, headbands. Size 5%x8x1%
Clyde Gunter, District C. A. President, in charge.
Girls' Camp, ages 9-14, July 25-30. Cost $7.50. Mrs. inches ........................................................................ 7.25
J. L. Shaffer in change. Youth Conference, ages
15-35, Aug 1-6. Cost $10.00. Clyde Gunter In NO. 201C. FABRICATED LEATHER BINDING. Red
charge. Bernice Vandermerwe, night speaker. Sourll- letter edition, gold (over red) edges, gold
ern Missouri District Camp Grotinds, Lake of the stamped cover, silk marker, headbands. Size
Ozarks near Eldon Mo. 'For information write As.
=emblei of God ~ i k t r i c tOffice. 424 Woodruff Bldg., 5% ~ 8 ~ 1 % inches ................................................ 5.75
No. 204C WORTEX BINDING. ' Red letter edition;
MICHIGAN MINISTERS' SEMINAR red edges, gift stamped cover, headbands.
FA-HO-LO ,PARK, GRASS I,AI(E, M1CH.-Fourth
Annual Mich~gan Ministers' Sein~iiar, August 8-12
Size 5 s x 8 x 1 % inches ........................................ 2.75
and 15-19. Faculty includes C. W. H. Scott, Princi-
pal: R. Elmer Baker, Arthur S. Graves, a~:d C.. P.
Melvin. Cost $12 per. week or $20 for entlre t m e .
Mail npplications t o Michigan District Council, 209 elect, 4% whom 14 I have long time holden my
N. Wallace Blvd. Ypsilanti, Mich.-D. G. Foote,
Secretary-Treagurer. th; CI have put .is, 20: peace; I have been still, and re-
: he shall bring frained myself: now will I cry like
MICHIGAN YOUTH CONFERENCE
FA-HO-LO PARK, GRASS LAKE, M1CH.-Fifth
he &n'tilep. Jr k.,, a travailing woman ; I will destroy
Annual Youth Conference, August 8-19, under direc- , nor lift up, nor c ce. 11.2.
and 7devour at once.
tion of State C. A. President Arnold Q. Hashman. be heard in the 15 I will make waste mountaim
I'svening speaker, Paul Hild. Other faculty members: and hills and dr u all their herbs.
R. E Baker, C. P . Melvin, and Arthur S. Graves.
Cost, $22 for entire time; 5 days or more, $2 per
day. Mail application to Michigan District Council.
209 N. Wallace Blvd., Y~silanti, Mich.-D.
G. Foote, GOSPEL PUBLISHING HOUSE Springfield I, Missouri
July 23, 1949 Page Twenty-threc
NEW ADDRESS--“Have resigned as C. A. Presi- BROADCAST-“Radio Revival Hour” by remote
dent of the Northwest District, and am engaged in control direct from the auditorium of Assembly of God,
evangelistic work. Home address: 538% S. Chelan Orange and Maple Streets, Orange, Calif., Sundays.
Ave., Wenatchee, Wash.“-Norman L. Gardner. 6:00-6:30 p.m. Station KVOE, 1480 kilos.: and
NEW ADDRESS-Box 117, Arroyo Grand% Calif. Sctndays, 7:&7:30 p.m., Station KVOE, 96.7 M.C.-
“After 3% years in evangelistic work, we have FM.-Fred D. Stading, Speaker.
accepted the pastorate here.“-Mr. and Mrs. M. E. NOTICE-We are now holding services in our
Edmunson. new church building, though it is fnr from completed.
Space for address or church announcement NEW ADDRESS-After pastoring the church at If those having relatives or friends in or “ear Espanola,
Clnsksville, Texas, for B year, we have resigned N. Mex., \vill send us their names and addresses, we
and have accepted the pastorate of the Assembly at shall be glad to contact them. Lloyd Munaker is our
232 S. E. Fourth St., Cooper, Texas,.-Pastor and pastor. Send addresses.to Mrs. Fritz Law, Secretary,
ILLINOIS DISTRICT CAMP MEETING Mrs. Walter Duncan. ;re;blLyo;f God Mission, Route 1, Box 138, Espan-
. . .
, . .. Cam” MretinP. of the Illinois Dis- BROADCAST-“Radio Gospel Mission,” daily ex-
trier Co~~~i;-bla-~~~~--~I;~~~~usLa Grounds, Peters- cept Sunday, Station KWGB, Goodland, Kansas, NEW ADDRESS-Hardin, MO. “We have accepted
burg, Ill., July 23-31. A. M. Alber! camp teacher. 780 on dial, 6:OC-6:30 a.m., Mountain Standard time. the pastorate here.“-Pastor and Mrs. R. F. Cun-
M. M. Brewer, Jr., C. A. Speaker. Wilfred A. Brown, Address mail ro W. Keith Reed, Box 7, Wray, Cola. ningham.
camp evangelist. Hotel and cottage reservations should
be sent to J. H. Crouch, Box 94, Pocahontas, Ill.. Ac-
commodations provided for all who come eve” if no
reservations are available. M. M. Brewer, 76 E.
Tenninrrs St.. Wood River. Ill., camp manager.-W.
~<~~~~~W$&“sb”, Dibtrict Superintendent.
+.OUISIANA DISTRICT COUNCIL
T)istrict Couucil will be
dRUClFlXlON AND RESURRECTION
No. 2181. In full cqlor, here is a brand-
new set of six pages of figures to dramatically
ROCKY MOUNTAIN DISTRICT CAMP MEET1N.G tell the story of Christ’ s crucifixidn and resur-
Annual Camp Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Dis- rection. Enough .for ten scene4 covering the
trict, on the Camp Grounds “ear Denver, August Prayer in the Garden, the Betrayal, the Trial
2-12. W. I. Evans, morning Bible teacher: B. Owen Befote Pilate, Carrying the Cross, the Cruci-
Oslin, evening evangelist. For reservation info5r7;2;tioSr
write District Secretary, R. G. Folford, fixion, Women at the Tomb, Jesus’ Appearance
Broadway, Littleton, Cola.-J. E. Austell, Districi to Mary, Two Appearances, and the Ascension.
Superintendent. The 26 subjects are all large size on 11x 14-
LAKEVIEW GOSPEL CAMP inch sheets of special flannel-adhering stock.
Ready to cut and use. No pasting or mounting
or coloring necessary. s
Teacher’ manual in-
cluded. Low in price, each set in
__.____ _.__ ..__._ ___________.._.
envelope __.__ _______._ __.._ ___________._.
Just Off the Paess . . ,
secretary. MISSIONARY PICT-O-GRAPH STORIES
TENNESSEE DISTR;C&Cc+EP MEETING AND No.
2186. Appealing new Pi&-O-Graph set, beauti-
fully printed in full color. Nine complete and original
Tennessee Di&rict Camp Meeting, ‘ August 9-18 missionary stories featuring South America, Africa, India,
Bethesda Camp Grounds, near Nashville. Tennessue
District Council will convene the last three days of .Tibet, China, Japan, Korea, Philippine Islands, and the
the Canlp. Special days for C.A.s and W. M. C.‘ S. ielanda of the South Pacific. Large-&e figures, with
Wesley K. Steelberg, guest speaker for Camp Meet- three or more .sceues to each story. Six she%& 10% x.13%
ing and Council. W. G. White, District Supermten- inches, of special flandel-adhering stock. Ready to cut
dent-H. E. Darnell, District Secretary, P. 0. Box
385, Madison, Term. s
out and use. Included is teacher’ manual with all nine
stories and detailed instructions for constructing
OPEN FOR CALLS _..___
each scene. Each sef in envelope __.__.......____.___...~.. .OO$1
Evangelistic or Pastoral
Floyd W. Baker, P. 0. Box 623, Chowchilla, Calif.
---“Open for evangelistic or pastoral calls in the L --.---h-b-....
sn1aller cllurclles. Wife and two girls in fanlily. I Old .T@amenf Set
1,icensedwith Northern Cnlifornia and. Nevada District.
Referencea” JOSEPH, MOSES,; ~&ID
J. A. Roberts, 7Oi E. Carter St., Mario”,,>Ill.’ NO. 1133. Twenty-f our large Lheets, 11 x 14 inches,, con-
“As I have given up, the, pastorote of F$th Iaber- taining enough figures to illustrate si-&-one iucidents In the
nacle, 415 Mildred St., Montgomery, and as
Sister Roberts pnssed on to be with th:‘ Lord on lives of Joseph, Moses, apd David.’ 1“ Beautifully‘ colored.
June 13, 1 am open for calls, either evangelistic or Ready to use.. Every: subject provide&& brilliant color and
pastoral. Experienced pastor, radio minister, con- printed on special IIannelGLh~ring qzq@$ Just cut out and
vention speaker, and Sunday School worker. In
fellowship with General Council. Travel alone. Refer- use. No mounting, nb past;ing, n~~Q$$&lg necessary.
ence: T. -1-I. Spence, Superintendent Alabama DIS- Full instructions 6r’
in 24-page teapli’ s manual. Thirty-
trict, Box 2171, Montgomery Ala., or Howard P. seven of .the incidents are illustrat.&d to show just how to
Trawick, District Secretary, P. 0. Box 276, Slocpinb, ar&nge the various figures in
~\la. No place too small, no place too large. Wdhng
to fill in for some Pastor going to General Council.” “building’: your story, Com-
Louis Kaplan, Z-50 49th St:,’ Astoria, N. Y.- , i
“Open for evangelistic calls. AvaIlable during summei .. ,’
months only. Now director of Youth for Christ N&b. Tesfamenf Set
rallies in Tinres Square, New York City. Fifteen
years in ministry. Hebrew Christian. Travel alone.” LIFE OF CHRIST
NEW ADDRESS-1895 Rose Ave., San Marina 9, NO. 1030. An. earlier series, but on the life of Christ.
Calif.-Albin G. Johnson. Total of thirty-two large sheets, 11x 14 inches, providing
NEW ADDRESS-5361 W. Adains Blvd., Los enough cut-outs to illustrate fifty-two incidents in the life
Angeles 16, Calif. “I have left -the evangelistic field. of Christ. Also printed on the new flannel-adhering paper.
God laid it on .o”r hearts to open a work at 5359 Figures are in outline. Children can color subjects first as
W. Adntns Blvd., Los. Angeles,, Calif. Conncil minis-
ters will find a welcot”e.“-Myrtle’ Driniel; Pastor... ..,.-. a handwork proj,eet, and then the teacher can cut.‘ them out
and use in class to bring the Bible story to life. Also
NEW ADDRESS-Frederick, Okla. “After spending s
teacher’ manual with simple instructiong. Price..........$f..50
two y&s BS pastors of Fittz.town Assembly of God, “... ,_
we have accepted the pastorate here. Council minis-
ters passing this way are invited to visit US, and
will find a hearty welcoine at our church.“-Mr. and GOSPEL PUf$LlSHlNG HOUSE Springfield I, Missouri
Mrs. Charles M. Rhodes.
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