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EL PASO HERALD
Monday, April 11, 1&10.
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Suggestive Questions On Sunday School
Lesson By Rev. Dr. Linscott For the Inter
national "Newspaper Bible Study Club
The Mission of the Twelve. Matt.
3:35-10; 15. 40:42.
Golden Text- Freely ye have re
ceived, freely give- Matt. 10:S. ,
Verses 35. 36 What is "the gospel
of the kingdom?"
Jesus spent his whole time in caring
for the hodies and youls of the people
1o what extent are all men under obliga
tions to do the same thing?
What proportion of the people in this
community are like "sheep having no
Verses 37, 38 Is the harvest today,
as plenteuo-3 or more plenteous, th'an in
the day of Jsus and what is the evidence?
Where are the chief harvest fields of
christian opportunity today?
What proportion of the crop is being
lost, for the want of harvesters to gath
er it in? ,
How can we best increase the number
of harvesters? (This question must be
answered in -writing by members of
. Verse 1 "What is the difference be
tween the power given to the original
12 apostles and that given to minis
ters, or other godly men today?
The original 12 apostles had power.
(1) to preach the gospel of the king
dom. (2) to remit sins, (3) to cast out
devils, (4) to cure all manner of dis-
SENTENCE SERMONS IN
THE EL PASO PULPITSX
"The certninty o Christ with us, rather than the mere supposition that
He is -with us, ought to he the watchword of every person." Rev. C S.
-Wrlffht, Trinity 31. E. Church.
read the bible but will read church aicmhers, it
that we become living witnesses for our Lord."
"Since the world will not
Is of the utmost importance
Rev. II. T. Hanks, Calvary Baptist church.
'God demands all of oar strength for. the work of His kingdom." Iter.
R. B. Smith, First Baptist church.
"The fruits of Protestantism are shown by the advance of the nations
embracing this faith, notably England, Germany, and Holland, and the deter
ioration of Spain and Italy (Catholic countries) which are but shadows of the
power they formerly held."Rev. Bryant C. Preston, Congregational church.
'It is a strange thing that 1900 years after Christ's coming, we" should yet
stand and plead with men for thelr-own salvation. Strange yet to be met with
the argument 'We are not good enough when we urge them to church-mem
bership which is substantially to argue 'When we have saved ourselves we will j
talk to you of a Savior.' If man's salvation could have been committed to
any lodge, the church of God had not been established. Rev. Henry Easter,
St. Clement's Episcopal church.
"While we mut never forget that the power and lfc of a church depends
upon the high spiritual pressure that is maintained that It is not by might
and power of man hnt by my spirit, said the Iord yet it Is also true that
there is a human element that must not be lost sight of j that the growing
church mut be a working church, where there exists a hearty cooperation
and a wse distribution, of labor; and that splendid success we have achieved
ns-a church this year is due, we believe, to the presence of these two essen
tial elements. Rev. Charles JL. Overtrect, First Presbyterian church.
"The only way to bring, about a unity of Christians is by the splritualiza
tlon of the church." Rev. Kenneth Brown.
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eases, and (5) to raise the dead. (Verse
S.) How much of this power is still
in the church, and -what power ought
the church to have more than she pos
sesses? Verses 2-4 What significance is
there, if any, in the fact that Jesus se
lected apostles to the number of 12?
"What was the occupation or business
individuality, of the 12 apostles at the
time of (their calling?
Did Jesus know the future of each
of the apostles at the time he called
Verses 5-S From this story would
you judge that Jesus loved the Gen
tiles less than he did the Jews and if
not why did he forbid the apostles go
ing to them?
Verses 9-10 Is there any reason to
believe that Jesus did not mean the in
struction about taking no money, when
going on a missionary tour, to be per
manent? (See Luke 22:35-3f.)
Why should not missionaries today
adopt the instructions of Jesus as given
here, to not provide in advance for their
Verses 11-14 To what extent are the
instructions for the apostles to billet
themselves upon those that were
worthy, and not to hire their board,
applicable to ministers and missionaries
What sin, or crim'e, are those guilts'
of who refuse to hear God's messen
gers Verse lo What punishment does God
render to the individual, the city, or
the country which rejects the message
of God, and how does he inflict It?
Verses 40-41 Why may we be vsure
If we teach the gospel of the king
dom, that some will certainly Tecelve
If we receive a follower of Jesus we
receive Jesus himself, and that is count
ed to us as reeclving God, so Jesus
states here;, now what follows from
this, or what does it imply?
What is the reward of a proDUet, and
that of a righteous man, both of which
we may expect to receive If we enter
tain the servants of God and receive
Verse 42 What is the reward of a
smile, a kind word, or a generous act
to a child, prompted by a loving heart
in which Jesus dwells?
Lesson for Sunday, April 17,1910.
The Question of John the Baptist.
Copyright, 1910, by Rev. T. S. Lin
scott, D. D.
(The questions will appear in Satur
day's Herald hereafter, just preceding
the day on which the lesson is used in
the Sunday schools.)
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That Roosevelt and Fairbanks, in re
fusing to meet the pope usder the con
ditions he imposed, "was indicative of
the broad scope the Protestant reli&Ion
is assuming, and that the Roman Cath
olic church Is broad only when forced
to be by the advancing tread of the
Protestant church, were the statements
Sunday morning of Rev. Bryant C. Pres
ton, a minister of the Congregational
church, at ihe Y. M. C. A. auditorium.
His sermon on the subject of "A Pro
gressive Protestant Church an Impera
tive Need," dealt with the early history
of the Roman Catholic church, and the
power of the pope, who, he stated in
the the early centuries wielded more
influence than a king and often stood
between the tyrants and the people.
The monks and priests at thai time,
it was also stated, were the scholars of
Europe and the monasteries were the
schools for scientists.
Beginning with the 15th century, the
waning of the pope's Influence became
apparent, Rev. Mr. Preston said, but
that it was brought about by the
viclousness and iniquity of the monks
The fruits of Protestantism was
stated to be shown by the advance
made by the nations embracing the
faith, notably England, Germany and
Holland, and the deterioration of Spain
and Italy, which, it was announced, are
but shadows of the power they for
Pope Pius X, Rev. Mr. Preston also
said, is a worthy successor of many
worthies, but not broad enough to ap
preciate the following Protestantism
has secured and is developing.
"The faith of Roosevelt and Fair
banks is a heritage all shourd 'prize
and should endeavor to maintain their
faith," was also stated.
YEAR IN EL PASO
Anniversary Sermon by Rev.
C. L. Overstreet So
Rev. Charles L. Overstreet preached
his anniversary sermon at the First
Presbyterian church Sunday mornin"
reviewing his first year as pastor of
the local church.
Wednesday night at 8 o'clock the an
nual congregational meeting will be
held. Report will be made, refresh
ments served and a program carried
Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock the
regular bible study meeting will be
VISITOR OCCUPIES PULPIT
AT WESTMINISTER CHURCH
Rev. J. P. Martin, a visitor from
Pennsylvania, preached yesterday morn-
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ing'and night. "Walking With God."
was his morning -subject.
Rev. Miles Hansen wil occupy the
pulpit next Sunday.
BISHOP KENDRICIC TO CONFIRM
CLASS AT ST. CLEMENT'S CHURCH.
At St. Clement's church next Sunday
morning, bishop Kendrick will preach
and administer the rite of confirma
tion. The men's bible class of St. Clement's
church will meet Monday at S p. m.
The confirmation class and the guild
meet Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock
and the ve stry meeting will be held
Tuesday at 8 p. m. The Daughter ol
the King meet Friday afternoon at 3:15,
and the women's bible class meets the
same afternoon at 4 o'clock.
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