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31ENTS FOR NOV1lMBgIa I g
-mobject: The Lord Our Shepherd
11sniin 23-Golden Text, Ps.8:l
-Commit the Entire Psalm
Mead John 10:1-18.
TIAIE.-Un certain. PLACE.--Un.
eertain.
EXPOSITION.-I. Every Want
Met, 1-3. The twenty-third Psalm is
a great depth, an unfathomable ocean
-r tith. The foundation thought of
the first four verses, "JehovahI srqy
Shepberd." The figure stands for
4are, protection and provision on
Cod's part; trust and obedience and
following on man's part (Jno. 10:1,
3, 2-29: Gen. 33:13; Lu. 2:8; 6:4
4; Acts 20:29; Isa. 53:6; Matt.
9:36). It is a shepherd's business to
Teed the sheep and lambs, and by
naking Himself my Shepherd Jeho
vah has undertaken to make it His
business to provide me with pasture,
to meet every need. So David con
tinues, "I shall not want." This any
ne who is sure that he is one of Je
bovah's sheep can confidently say.
Who Jehovah's sheep are Jesus plain
ly tells us (Jno. 10:3, 4, 5, 27). Je
hovah's sheep will never lack any
thing that it is for his real good to
havi (Ps. 84:11: 34:9, 10; Phil.
4:19; Matt. 6:33: Ro. 8:32; He.
12:5, 6). The Psalm leads on from
the general statement to specific
'wants supplied. In verse 2 we have
four wants supplied: rest, food. drink,
leading. Literally translated, "He
mnaketh me to lie down in pastures of
tender grass, He leadeth me beside
the waters of rest." There is a two
fold rest In this verse: the passive
rest of sheep lying down on the soft.
young spring grass; the active rest of
walking beside the waters of rest. Is
there any other grass, food, so easy
for a true sheep of Christ to eat, so
jUicy, so delicious, so nutritious, as
that which we find in the Word of
God? There is drink as well as food.
Jehovah leads His sheep right beside
'the waters of rest.' What "the
waters of rest" are Jesus tells us
(Jno. 4:14; 7:37-39). The Holy
9p!rlt. is the water we drink (for the
anpropriateness of "waters of rest"
cr. Gal. 5:22). There is guidance
also "He leadeth me." Not only are
there still waters there, but it is J -
bovah Himself who leads along 'th
bank. This -leading is continuous and
constant. He "leadeth," not driveth.
In this and the following verses there
are four experiences into which, and
in which, He leads; "waters of reat:p
"paths of righteoubness" (a holy
walk); into and through darkness,
'peril and testing; into His own h9uke
forever. In verse 8..we haVe a 4fth
want supplied: healing, Qr :reviving,
invigorating, "He restoreth (or, re
Viveth) my soul."
11. iCvery Fear Banished, 4. The
Lord's sheep is now taken into .entire.
ty new experiences. No longer pas.
*ures of tender grass and waters i
lest, but "the valley of the deepesi
darkness" (that is the force of the
Hebrew phrase "shadow of death")
'The Psalmist has not merely the ex.
perience of literal death in mind, bul
all experiences where the darkness ii
thick- and profound.. God's sheep d<
uot always walk in bright paths. Ii
t.he darkest valley Jehovah's sheel
have no fears, "I &ill fear no evil.'
A true truht in God banishes all fear
under all circumstances, for all tim<
(Isa.'12:2; 26:3; Ps. 3:5, 6; 27:1
46'.1--3; Phil. 4:6, 7; Ro. 8:28-32)
And why net fear? "For' Thou ar
with me." Not because there is n
M 'anger, but because there is One .wit)
as stronger than any possible enemy
15H. Every Longing Satisfied, 5, 4
Here the figure changes: Jehovah n
ionger ap)pears as a shepherd, but a
a bountiful host. "Thtou preparest
table before me"-think out all thn
Me has spread before us on this tablt
No banquet on earth like that. As t
the general character of the feat
* ead Ps. 63:5; 81:6. -Note where w
are feasted, "in the presence oftmin
enemies." Chrisit's own have enemit
(Jno. 15:19; 2 Ti. 3:12), but oil
wonderful Host will spread us a bat
quet in their Veity presee. That:
ene of the things that shake the worl
aoangry with the church: ,they e
what a banquet we havel wrhile'thE
are feeding on husks. There is ni
esly. a feast; but also an anointin
"The oil with~ which He anoints o1
beads is "the- oil of gladness," tI
Moly Spirit (Acts 10:38'; He. 1:9;
.Jno. 2:20, 27, i. V.). He anoin
our beads with this oil, it flows dds
over' Our whole person (cf. Ps. 138:
.3. V). In ancient tinies an anois
lag was a necessary preparation for
beast, and the anointing with the Ho
-Spirit is a necessary preparation f,
the Lord's feast. The next step fc
lows naturally, yea, inevitably--"n
Map runneth over" (Qr, is "an abul
,dlint drink"). IDo you know the ove
Eo01Ing cup? Now we leave the fea
ter our earthly -pilgrimage (v. 6
Ilut we are not unguarded, "sure
goodness and mercy shall fellow me
-A wish no better rearaguards, or foe
Mien than these. God's goodness a:
mnercy (loving-kindams) follow 01
-every step. There iB no doubt abol
It, "surely." Howv well-protected a:
perIeetly secture we are. The She
herd picking out the path before u
and again close be side us in the dat
valley, and, 1is own goodness ar
mnercy follo*lng .is all the way. No
i ue. No'w -
VV(
al
rp
6ts entyyet prom t
anthe bowvs,cense
e syseejectualy
assisT o,ne in overcommnt.
habituL 4constipation
pernanently. To get its
beneficial effects buy
the enuine.
jlanufactured by'the
-JIG SYRUP Co.
50.L BY IADING DRUGI$T3-5Oe,r.=
Had,Seen Both.
"It was a case of love -at first
tight."
"Must have been in a dim light,
;hough.' 'I
STATE or Onio, Crry or TOLDO, I
LUCAS COUNTY,
FRANK J. CUNT makes oath that be is
4emor partner of the firm of V.J.CHENEY &
- u.. doing business in the City ot loledo
outly and "tate aforesaid, and that said
rin will pay thesum of o HUNDEED DOEr
t.A s for each and eve y cas g 41 CATARK I
that cannot be cured b the use of HALL's
''ATARn CURI. FRANK J. CUNnY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed to my
resence, this 6th day of December, A. D..
880. A. W. GLEASoN,
sEAL Notary L'ublic.
al tarrh Cueistaken antercially,and
acts directly on the blood and mucous sur
laces ot the symtem. bend for testimniomals.
tree. V. J. Cunmi & Co., Toledo, U.
6old by all Vruggists, 75o.
Take Hall's FanMy Pills for constipation.
There may be some way of falling
in love and escaping dire results, but
if so, the average man has never
found it out.
Hicks' Capu4tne Cures Nervousnesw,
Whether tired out, worried, slee lU ses
or what not. It quiets and refreshes brain
and nerves. It's liquid and pleasant to
take. Trial bottle 10:. Regular sizes 25c,
and 60c., at druieists.
Doing what we ought is our duty.
Mrs.Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
teething,softens thegums, reduces inflamm..
tiUn.allajspain,cureisvind colic.25c a bottle
He gives twice who gives quickly,
A641rio DVWMTi11*"";10T
dURE WOR PILES
(IAMPLE TREATMINT of Red Cross Pi4
JandlIstula Cure and book explaining Pilei
seWt fRe. REA CO..DeDLB4.MinneaMolis.Min
IflJ. R.
axtr"et9 nll is,
Canwa".rer
41 e .s
BEST PROPO
buying Artieles advertised ini thes4
coluas take only the BEN U N E and
DECLINE ALL SUBSTITUTES
When
with a mishap, the sa
pe 1t the trouble fr
Weak woinen nee
to strengte teir s
- this trymg period. 3
found it of wonderful
ing times of their livei
Mrs. Fannie Niel
" atyear I was thr
I,.
1
ti
T a
ity
-SQ
t. Beware of the.Cough
d tlnt hangs on pesitent
tof the paroxysm. A fewdoses
Ld of Piso's c.ure will rwieve won
p. drfufy a cough, n
,It soothes and te,itated
k surfaces, clears the elpd alr
d passages and the eeausp
a.t
as.V
tht~
a Is . 46!0'
After of Deackache, Di"uines
-ARi Ridnet Dluorders.
Mrk C. -einond, of North
wood, l9wA W ays: "Fpr -years I was a
martyr to kidney
troiible, baciquhe.
dizzy spells, head
aches and a terri
. ble bearing: down
pain. I used one
remedy after an
other without ben
efit. Finally I
used a box of
Doan'sCidney Pills
and the backache ceased. Encour
aged, I kept on and by the time I had
used three boxes not a sign of the
trouble rem.ained. My health is per
fect."
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Industry is the parent to success,
and the success belongs to the man
who wons the industry. 4
To Drive Out Malaria and Build Up
the System
Take- the Old Standard GaovWs TAsTa
Lsa Cumt Toxic. You know what you
are takig. The formula in plainly printed
on every bottit.,showing it is simply Qui
nine and Iron i a tasteless form, and the
most effectual form. For grow* people
ad ahildren. 500.
Absence makes the breakfast table
m&re alluding and the home bed seem
a heap softer.
ANTIDOTE FOR SKIN DISEASES
That's what TZTTZRIK is; and it is more.
It is an absolute oure for eczema, totter,
ringworm, erystpelas and all other itching
cutaneous diseases. In aggravated cases
of theSe affictions its cures have been phe
nomenal. It gives instant relief and effects
permanent cures. 50c. at dru.gists or by
mail from J. T. SnupTax, Dept. A, Ba.
vannah, Ua.
People who are always trying to
look the part sometimes get so busy
about it that they forget it.
Nothing New or
Mysterious.
"ASK
YOUR
GR(AND
MOTHER."
For many generations Goote k rease hat beel
recontised as a wonderful remedial medium
in treating and curinR Pneumonia. Grippe,
Rheumatism and-Neuralgia. RICE'S 0001
GREAS1f LINIMENT is made from pure goosq
grease, with other valuable eurative ingre
dients added. Try it.
Sfe-At all Drugglsts and Dealerg-95e.
qnOSE GREASE COIPANY, mg"o
NATKINSMEDlAL.CO.
rNONA. MNNt@qTA. -
LArtleleas Plenaeeld Itempie. jwIav~sIng
ide frelt Prepasmiasen. V$ae mpp. Xte.
Wanted in Every County,
- Exes-ewe . ee,eee Omute.
ATiON EVX.OE21f 0AGENTS
The Sa
Threatened
re way is to take Cardui and
om occurring.
d Cardui before con4inement,
~stem and help them through
'housands have tried it, and
benefit, at that and otheor try
101s, of Mexico, Mo., writes:
eatened with a mishap and
Lk.e C
Afeast is worth nothing withoul
its c'onversation.--Irish.
RHEUMNATISIZ."wa,** *tb*u'a*""***u*ed'''e*
low. write quick. TIE ?GNR 00, Peru, lad
If aitedThompson'sEye Watet
So, 46- '08.
AU'
nij~lttlieold
'to broke io
hi oot6r, but,'
util A go (one
Co a i. oneVP Aa~D
sst*)4s and nig a
raw. ,'Alen' I took,hin to ll ee
P*do fatk for him. The go .
sles and we cculdc.t get g
sleep in months.. I got a set of
Outltra Remedies and he felt relieved th
irst, t~ae I used them. I gave the Vat.
curj Remedies a good triW ano,gradua*.
the'eeema heeled all up. He is now seT
years old and I think 'the trouble will
never return. *Mrs. John (. Klumpp, 80
Niagara St., Newark, X. J., Oct. 17 and
22. 19ri.ft___________
A day's pleasure and a yen's
grief.-Modern Greek.
enwarv- nUE4Aar,5 cURU.
Tawnms is a sure, sawe and sa dv our*
for eesma, totter, skin s&d se4p diseases
md Itming piesn. ,aderse-t by physielans;
praled by thousands who have used it.
mr"Want, soothinic, antise ptie. N0o. at
dr*ANu% or by mail from J. T. Snurrains,
lopt A, Savannah, Ga.
A soft answer permits you to fall
an easy victim to the shrewd agent.
Capudine Cures Indigestion Pains,
Pelehing, Sour Stomach, and Heartburn,
from whatever cause. It.a Liquid. W~feeta
immediately. Doctors prescribe it.
2c.. and 50e.. at drug stores.
A pleasant thing never comes too
soon.-Danish.
Good Thing to Know.
Those who traverse the alkali
plains of the West and Inhabit the
sand blown regions of Texas, find
daily need for a, reliable eye salve.
They never drug the eye, but simply
apply externally the staple, Dr
Mitchell's Cye Salve. This Salve Is
sold everywhere. Price 25c.
Much would have more and lost
all.-German.
does i
other on
CA[
grow quickly and :
portance of this eleme
that an average crop
soil 130 pounds of Potas
Use from i,ooo to a,oo
fertilizer. Insist on 9% (
tilizer---or to increase tht
Muriate of Potash to e:
Arrange for Potash nc
Our book. Truk :
Wrii
GERMAN KAL WOR
F AD ELE
fe Way
Wine of Cardui helped me
any other xruedicine. Now I:
healthy boy. I think Cardu
medicene I know of 'for fema
and I wiish all bu.Oering wo]
try it."
Cardui is sol41 by all reli
'ists, with full directions for
laguages, inside the 'wrapp
vA REEn l -.. -a-aloNu
BOOK FR E '"- ai"t "a
A R
A shoe that is too big eay not pir
.What yota want is a shed that mali
place where yor weghtrests,-nc
right. S0CR3 EMRa hoeslik
thestyheis th ,too, Look for ti
PnSta P. P11, CI'. M r..1c.4
4h2o # to
1o6 mon ofeLi
rous ro AtI,o
Mis M1ariNtolix.
Man, Otft ,
1wies 1*44iaran
4owno nditonsa4s
feredromsupprim,
lt otu, And
lkham's Veptabe
fComouand a ame
'well d stro."
Mis Ellen O
Aof 417 X. East st*'.
WAG II say Ly
tableo Com ound euie&
me of b90116 side
MOO M. LS S o, and tble
my peoft . atrthe
beist loeA doctorm had
fAiled to help me."o '
FACTS FOR SICK WOIREN.
For thirty years Lydia . pink
ham's Vegetablh Compud, made
from roots and merbs,has been the
stabdard remed for female ils
andhasapositiveluredthousansl
womenWho have been troubled with
displacemen Inflmmation uleera
n,. fibroid aumors, irre aritieg,
riodic pains, backache, gat bear.
Ig-down feeling, flatulency, indigs.
tiudizziness,ornervous prostratin.
Wh don't you try It ?
Mrs. Pinkhiam invites all sick
women to Write her for advime.
She has auded thousands to
health. Adreesd Lynn, mass.
nore than any
mthing to make
MBAGE
ead up solidY. The im.
nt is evident from the fact
of cabbage removes frm the
h per acre.
:) ounds per acn Of ac ab
oh In Your cabbage fer
Potash 9X add 22 ounds of
ch yoo pouns of tilizer.
W. Potash is profit.
am eng." is fr to frmerf.
Ah to-da ke
KS, CaderBIdg..Atlanta,ct
low Yuk-3 1asmas If.
mofrbae reovhan m h
hae are.
fketrsoures, e er
noens 9%uldaponso
"i. Poass i.na aNs
trat&ed isf eeto fes.ec
NwTi-3lase Tena
ch buto it ios a blftejus thn aymte y.
che thsapeon orfots h
iav to letoma,btea
Le tat, es,and
t abe .rug..
u si i

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