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WAR BRINGS RELIGIOUS REVIVAL IN MANY LANDS
From Franco) Germany. Russia, Belgium and Scotland Have Come
Direct Evidences ofGreat Religious Awakening Following
tho War Encouraging Note From England-
Christians in China. Baptist Statistics-
New Bishop of Jerusalem. '
By Southern Missionary Nows Bureau.
Ida Olydij Olarke, Editor. ' .
A Paris eorropponilcnt of tl'c London
Times writes: 'I'Ono result of tho war
has been n distiiVct revival of religion in
Kruni'o. Tho so-called 'clerical pdril'
l:us dlsanncare from pojiular imagliiu
tlon. Everywhoje priests have been dis
tinguished for' their heroism and pa
triotic devotion'. Several have died i n
tho field of battle, andothers arc among
the wounded. f The Times says edi
torially: "No'featuro of tho war nns
been more strijklng tlian th' ruligious
feeling it hasWvokcd. Wo shall bo sur
prised if tholvar and tho prospirltual
emotions it hns kindled 'ire not attend
ed by a quick'-niug and deepening of
religious feelfi in England as well as
1'rof. Augufl Lange of thu University
'f Halle in (iermany, says: ''Tho
churches are full and overflowing ns
they liavo not been for decades. Ke
ligious sentiment, whifh seemed to liao
been among the mnsses, has taken on n
new leaso of j life." Anothor corrc
spondont writing from Oorma'iy, -jy-ts
"A now roligious oamestnoss has tomo
upon our nation. It is 'otrajiing its
way to tho Ooil of its fathers and there
with to tho luist source of ifs jtrcngth.
There is a Morn protest against the
frivolity and coarseness of tho pust.
Our faith would never liavo thought
such a change possible, and it U 'i won
derful joy for all Christian men to see
u'eh a holy awakening."
' A tourist who nns. recently relurned
from llussin declares that that laud is
alive with religious zeal, tho peoplo of
all classes acid both sexes flocking to
the churches with every evidence, of
Krom another source it is learned that
tho Belgian churches arc always crowd
ed and that in Franco many men who
woro hitherto indill'erent or skeptical
havo turned toward God.
A church ofllcial in Germany writes:
"The soldiers aro now receptive as thy
rover havo" been before, and if a living
faith could be implanted in their hearts
now, it would mean a change in our
whole national life."
From Scotland there comcft nowj of
remarknblo religious rovival. A minis
ter writing to a friend in Cannda tells a
wonderful story, of which tho follow
ing is a poition: "And yet wo -have
lad only two services each SabbaMi.
This is still a holiday mouth. And yet
wo Imve had great congregations. The
aftomoou sirvico wus entirely inter
cussory. Tnro was no preaching only
I raise, prayer and tho reading of por
tions of Scripture. We have had this
kind of sei'vieo every Sabbatli after
noon siuco 4io war began, and tito at
tendance has been quito unprecedented.
I think thoro is quito a revival of re
ligion among our people, God is using
u row instrument to stir tho hearts of
tho peoplo, and nothing in His hand
is iuoffoctual. Wo have a
daily moot ing for prayer in tho fore
noon, nnd a weekly meeting for tho
same purpose In tho evening. Just
think of it. Not n word of preaching!
That's the now hoaven-boru evangel
ism, God Ilimsolf is doing nil tiie
pleaching, )nd Ho is doing it as it ti;i3
never been" done, before."
Ileceutly In the country a "quostioa
airo" was sent out to a largo number
of religions leaders, asking, among
othor things, If thoy did not think this
country was approaching a .period of
groat religious revival, Tho roplipb in
dicated that a groat many of thoe ad
dressed gn,vo It as their deliberate opin
ion that tiio .United States would aco in
tho near ruturo a refreshing front tho
presouco of tho Lord.
"" pared to consider it on its merits.
"Speaking generally, w0 are carrying
on the work, both in tho houso and
outsido it, ns economically as possible.
Thoso "who romnin behind aro glnd to
bear an extra burden ns their sharo in
tho effort of tho country. It ought also
to bo clearly understood that no ono
employed by in has been dismissed. If
the work of any lias temporarily ceased,
other work hns been found for them,
with the intention that they should re
sume their duties as soon as possible.
"There is a fino spirit being mani
fested In tho nation serious and re
ligious. And this, wo nro confident, is
tho reason why our funds keep up so
wonderfully, and wo are intensoly
thankful. We- believo the instinctive
feeling among bur churchmen is that
when we are called upon to show Bur
patriotism and bear additional burdens
for king and country, for the cause of
righteousness nnd honor, wo aro not go
ing to call a moratorium for the old
duties to our God and His church. The
new burdens wo will bear, tho old du
ties and privileges we will continue to
EncoWgmont from England.
Tho notjb of courage nnd loyalty that
comos frrtm England is inspiring and
thrilling, in view of tho war conditions
in thn.t cbuntry.
Bishop (Montgomery writhes with re
gard to tie determination of tho stand
Jng comnitteo of tho Society for the
1'ropngntipn of tho Gospel: "Wo hne
writton o all bishops saying that if
the bishoms ask 'whothcr wo aro down
hearted 'J wo answer 'Nol' Wo have
undortakjen to pny tho grants promised
for 1015, and by tho good hand of God
upon ns wo aro going to keep that
undertaking. Wo beg thorn not to euj
down salaries; thoy uro too junill fnt
such ventures, however good tho mo
tive. WjO ask them to bo careful of
savings mailed in 1014, nnd to consult
with ns Jiow thoy aro to be, spout.
What bavo wo doth?, about thtfso of
our S. ij'G. g.tafl!t'WbphaVo gone to the
trnntl Vn Imvn -n'lVrefli'lj fft.i nfiv fllimi
New Bishop of Jerusalem.
Tho consecration, in Westminster Ab
bey, of Hev. Cannon Iicnnlc Maclnncs
as fifth bishop of the Anglican church in
Jerusalem, hns a special interest at this
time. Tho diocese of Jerusalem ev
tends from Hoyrout on tho north to a
i oint find miles beyond Khartoum
Bishop Mac I lines has been for eighteen
years an honorary missionary of the
Church Missionary Society at Cairo, and
for ten years tho secretary of. tin
Egypt and Anglo-Egyptian Soudan mis
sions. He is an old Harrovian and a
graduato of Trinity College, Cam
bridge. Bishop Blytli appointed him
an honorary canon of St. GeorgoV
cathedral, Jerusalem, in 1!0!. It is in
anxious moment for tho mission .n
Palestine, which is now undor Bishop
Maclnncs' caro. A largo proportion if
tho Loudon Jews' society and of the
Church Missionary society's mission
aries havo eoino away because of fin
financial difiiculties occasioned by the
war, and also because of the attitude
of tho Turkish government toward tho
Mother Tells How Vinol Made
Her Delicate Child One of
Fayettevllle, N. C. -"My little daugh
ter was in delicate nnd very poor health
nnd had so little Btrength it caused ua a
great deal of uneasiness. I noticed an
advertisement of Vinol and decided to
try it Tho results wore simply marvel
ous ns her appetite improved at once,
she gained so much in weight and looks
that my friends all commented on tho
change. She is now ono of tho health
iest children in town and does not need
medicine of any kind. All mothers who
havo delicate children should try Vinol."
Mrs. Goudon Jcssup, Fayetteville,
Vinol is a wonderful appetizer and
you can seo delicate, ailing children im
provo day by day under its use, for it is
the tissue building and medicinal ele
ments of cod's livers, aided by the blood
making, strength creating properties of
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to other tonics to build up health and
Btrength for delicate children, feeble old
peoplo and weak, run-down, nervous de
bilitated men and women.
Wo wish every mother who has a
delicate child would try Vinol on our
agreement to return their money if it
fails to give satisfaction.
John C. Pecor, Druggist, Maysvillo, Ky.
A husband is n human b0ing whom
his wifo-abusett in prlvnrr and braga on
Marrlngo is so'nething that chnngoM
a sweetheart into a sour heart.
WofferOne Hundred I ollir nevwdfornny
ciiieof Caturrti tliM, oannot be cured by HhII'i
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F.J.OHENKY ACO.,Tolcdo.O. "
We, the underilpnedthnvektiown F.J. Cheney
urnbleln all bualnesitransaRtloniand flimnclally
able to oarry out any obligation made by hliflrm
Wamhno, Kinnan A Marvin,
Wholesale DrutfRlitH, Toledo, 0.
naU'Cntarr Cure It taken Internally. otlu
yitero. TentlmonlaU tont f tee. Price 75 eentt
perbottle. Sold by all UrutrirUtu
years ago to over $1,000,000 during the
past year. In 100 years about 330,000
converts have bcea gathered from hea
thenism. Baptisms in Euiopean st i
tions bring the number up to 5SS.000.
Sixty por cent of tho native missions
churches aie now self-supporting.
Germany and Gin.
A. C. M. S. missionary in West Africa
writes that it is an interesting nnd un
expected sidelight on tho war that one
of its effects will bo to stop tho greater
part of tho trade In spirits in Nigeria,
ns almost all tho trade gin is made and
shipped from Germany.
A Plan That Pays.
A Methodist Episcopal missionary in
Iudin gays: "Since 1008 our mission in
India has set apart a favorable mouth
each year for the concerted ovangolistic
effort in all tho conferouco areas. The
results havo shown tho wisdom of this
plan. Tins year tho period from Feb
ruary 15 to March 15 or thereabout was
generally so employed. Much prayor
and preparation had boon mnde, unit
the romnrkablo fact is that tho results
woro not duo to particular mnss move
ments, but to a general forward move
ment throughout tho Hold. The reports
nro summarized as follows: Number of
baptisms, 10,230; meetings hold, 20,330;
present at theso mcotiugs, 421,729;
Biblo portions sold, 23,330; tracts dis
tributed, 200,005; heathen shrines torn
down, 451; laymen who gnvo volun
teer days, 1,705; number of days thus
OlirlLtiins in China.
Tho Misiionnry Ko lew of tho World
says that tho latest Htatistifs of ovan-
golical church membership in tho ro
public of China give 470,000. The
churchor nro served by 540 ordained
Chiueso pastors and 5,304 unordnined
workers, Thoro aro also 4,712 Chinoso
Christian school tcachors, 1,780 'Bible
women, and 4 HO nntive assistants in tho
hospitals. Chinese Christians contri
buted Inst year $320,000 for Christian
work. There nro 83,211 Cfiinoso boys
and girls in tho primary nnd day schools
of tho Christian church, and 31,384
students in tho intermediate high
schools nnd colleges maintained by tho
vangellenl church. Tho hospitals num
bor 235, with 200 disponsarlos. The
nntiout&.troatod last year totaled 1,322,-802.
According to tho reports given nt tho
Northern Baptist convention, Baptist
church property Is valued at $107,000,,-
000. unil tho current oxponsos annually
amount to over $20,000,000 . Thoro nro
notv proven bundrod inlsglpnarioa of tho
inerlcnn Roptist forolgn mUslonary
efotwfcmYtho field, and tho, contrlbu-
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Protestant Mission in Spain.
.Protestant missionary work is main
tainod in Spain by several European
locietioi and tho American board.
Among thoso an informal union lias
been established under tho title of the
Hpnnish Evangelical church, represent
ing soiuo 2,000 commuuiennt members.
This body holds a biennial meeting in
Madrid. Tho building in which the se
sions nro held, now the homo of the
largest Protestant church In Madrid,
was formerly oeuupiod by ono high in
tho councils of the inquisition, and has
ubterrauoan pnasagou loading to the
The president of the assembly, Seuo
Tornos, pastor of the church supported
by English Presbyterians, was a gen
eration ago prea'ehor to Queen Isabel .
II. Sonor Tornos was converted t'
Protestantism through a debate ii
.vhich ho took part against the new
faith. Iis studios of tho Bible, under
taken in preparation for that debate,
led him to break with ltoUio.
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Tlie Problem of tho City.
'"The evangelization of the large
Chinoso cities is a most dillieult and yet
unsolved problem," says Missionary T.
P. McCrca of Chcfoo. "Everywhere
tho missionaries declare thoy have been
unable to touch tho cities. The great
majority of church members aro coun
try people tho farmor class. But be
foro -wo enn win China wo must win
these great centers of population aud
ostublish strong, golf -supporting
churches in them. God has laid this
city problom on my heart. Chcfoo, in
common with all port cities, is of strct
egic importanco becauso tho peoplo who
aro won to Christ horo will tako tho
gospol to places whoro tho foreigner
will never go. It will bo hard grinding
work and there may not bo much fruit
to show for it for a long time, but 1
havo faith to boliovo that prayerful,
earnest yenr-in and year-out sowing of
tho word by preaching and litoraturo
will, by blossings of tho Holy Spirit,
bring forth a rich fruitago in good
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