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IMHROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL
(Dy E. O. SELLEIIS, Acting Director of
the Sunday School Course of the Mooly
Bible Institute, Chicago.)
(Copyright, 1917. Western Newspaper unlon.
LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 17
JESUS TEACHING FIVE PARABLES
-FOUR KINDS OF GROUND.
LESS IN TIXT-Mark 4:1-20.
OLI1:N TIXT-TalkO heed therefore
yE iear. -Luke 8:18.
A l') 'IT H)NA I. MATEIIAL FOR
EA('Iiicit ai\ tt. 13:1-30; 30-43.
'itIl IAItY 'I'('I'iC--Jesui telling a story
n I t ",Wing S('('i.
i'I t MA lt'' Y l t1otha yvtisItSE-e ye i
I+7 f the word.-Jan hes 1:22.
-lil t'illsi tisaily why he taight
so liunh h'y Means of parables ( Matt.
-: 10-.a). Th'le truth had to be taught ;
h1ii''e the parabhe, thlint those to whomn
it wats givent to know the meissatges of
the khgd( oin, those who sought it,
iiglit know and understand, and that
It the others it might he ltidden (Mark
4:11, 12). Like all 1his parales, .lesus
draw hs lil it ii res from the coninn in
(Nex'rlelirces of life-the field, the hoie.
etc. Paul draws his illustrations chief
ly from the city, tie ariny, the market.
Iin studying this lesson we must turn
to the pir:illel account as givei by
Luke 111(1 Matthew to get the full and
Wimt is the seed? Luke say+ that
.JTesus tol his disillei's that hli' seed
Was the WIord(i of (hd (Luke 18:11).
WVe get the satin' thought in verse four
teen of tlie lessiin. A great deal is he
lig iinid tElay of seed selection. Stone
wonderful results have been obtaine d.
lbow intiuh hinore 1inportant for those of
Us who deal with liintortal souls that
WE' select the lest seed, 1. e., the Worl
The second consideration is the
sower (v. 1). Notice lie went forth not
to 'soair," not is it recorded that lie
was "sore'' because the people did not
all receive the seei alike, lie did not
have a grouch; he did not enter into
his work that he might receive the'
adulation of men (Matt. 6:2). It is,
however, the "soil" that seems to In'
most ('inphasized in both tIihie (irect
teaching and also the explanation of
the parable. There are four kinds of
soil. The ianner by which the seed
cinme into contact with each kind of
soil is significant. Solne fell "by" the
wayside; the path was well trodden;
the ground was preoccupied ; e. g., it
was used for other purposes Ihan to
ylid a harvest ; it was hard to be
broken, and hence it was an easy int
ter for the birds of the air (v. 15) to
come and pluck it away. We need to
reininher that if men receive with
rnieekness the imnplhanted word, there
will, of COUr'e, be no such opporttunity
for the evil one. The trouble in this
case was that the Word was not lini
phunted. Thus it is that one-fourth of
the seed is lost. The result Is a deplor
able one as we see froni 1Ieb. 2:1-4.
Is the soil of our life so hard that Gol
litust div ye the pdowshare! (l'Ian
through it ere there is a chance for the
L...,d to take roo..t ? (l's. 12l :3).
The next fell "on"' the roicky groundl'.
Theii first is a pli(tur ie of thle lutrideined,
anrd this is a picture of the suplerficIial
lieurer. For a time they did ruin well.
The'y even receivedl the W~or'd wIthI
gladness (v. I11), but they had no sta
bility because they had 110 root. They
were superticial. There was no cbainc-e
for the seedl to get a real grip on their
lives. The earth yIelds Its Increase
thbough we do inot undlerstandl. So Glod
w-Ill add1( his 95 per cent to our 5 per
cent. The oak tree conmes from smaiill
In the third place Jesus speaks of
the seed that fell "'among'' the thornis.
II(ere is the worldl~y soil. It is not so
muitch the chairac(te'r of the soil, it is
the character (If that which already ce
cuied the soll1 ('re the so)wer sowed
the seedl. The cares of thIs world, the
del'eltIfulness of riches and "'(ther(1
things" had1( s0 entered in that the
good3( seed( never had a chiance in the
soll1 of the human heart. It wats choked
and11 yielded no fruit. There was 410
real grIp of the will, no whole-hearted
surr''ender'i. The cares of life thait keep
lhe housewife or the businiess uti ;
lie deceit fulness of riches that sinare
milen and1( choke the word1 which at one
I 14m11 gave such proiiise in their lives;
the Ius-Is and1( other things whleh the
evIl one knows so well how~ to1 use keepi
us fr'om thle WVord, fo Satan knows
that by it we are to he salvedl (Luke
18:12). Are we impliv~e? l)o we
nmake vows so01n forgot ten, tIles thati
s1oon fade awvay or fall bieneathi the
('ltemttios for lack of r'oo(t?' May
God1( blast and1( turn up the subsoIl of1
oiur hearts by strong convictions of sInu,
and1( s0 occuipy the .9(11 that thieire is iu,
oplportunity' for other thinigs.
WVe have thus seen three-fourths of
the seed1 lost. Of the renmilning
fouirth, that which fell "into" (II. V.)
the good soil, not all yielded the sam11e1
return. It all brought for'th (v. 7) ; it
all yIelded ;it all sprang up), but not all
in the samue i'atio,
There are three dilstiniguishing fea
tures of this last kind of hearers : (1)
IThey hear the Word. These are the
ones5 whlo appreciate its value and1( give
gaood hieed to its precepts. (2) They ac
cept it e. g. they understand its teach
lngs. They take it into good andl lhon
e'st hearts. (8) They hold it fast
(Luke 8 :15 R. V.) These are the
on0e1s oIf wvhieh martyrs are mad(e.
Jes91. us-as a great open-altr preacher
(vv-. t 2) and like all others lie has
varIous kInds of hearers the half
hearted hearer the shallow-hearted
hearer. The way to reach the mausses
is to go where the masses na.
'rhe'e's no tse in rocking the cradle
vhih- you pinch the baby.
ConstIpalion generally indicates disordered
stomacn'h, liver and bowels. Vrlght's Indian
Vegetable I'Ills restores regularity without
A shi'ewtl (Irinlleer Is it11 n ll ho ('en
'xtra l eiIllvbl eins froi the Ithenrl's.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
1'ake ,AXA''IVN BROMO Quinine Tablets. Itstops
the touggh and headache and works off the Cold.
i. W. OhLoVW' signature on each box. 800.
A nIttin hilly lint hat1 a wall high
'tinough In petrinii It safety as a recluse.
Dr. Pierre's I'l(asanit Pellets are the
original little liver pills put up 10 years
ago. They regulate liver and bowels. Ad.
\i n Il rigles hii.- f' nt his superior
intiellig n ii, h1 ih 11 11e1''1 1' r If
Fiery Red Pimples.
A. hot hath wil (ii icurai Soap followed
bhv an liention of ('utie'ura Oint
mient to <listressing e('rzenuts, etc.,
proves their vontd rliI properties. For
free sam11's thlress "utleuia, Dept.
X, Boston." At dlruggists and by mail.
Soap 25, Ointment 25 :ai 50.-AdV.
Can't Be Done.
"I tell her she I' i hi' 1the o nln
1 e'ver lover'l." "I II' coure." "Ihut Sh,
!1111'5!'1 511 1 e In t 1 be l'I' m11." "y1'!1
ienni't hlpI 11ha . 111,11ubl if' .\<hun ever
1'1nvi1 le 1' l.I:ve' 11 tha:1 poim."' 1.onis.
vill' ' 'ourie'r-.1111urtml .
RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR.
To half pint, of water :add 1 oz. Ilav
Rui, a sill box of it;ar bo ('omp14oumnI,
1a11(1 1% oz. of glv(4rine'. Any Ilruggist. can
put, this u1p or yVout call m1ix it at home at
very little curt. 1Fuill direc'(ti s for inak
ing a11 use come4 in each box of liarho
(Conpoumd. It will gradually darken
streakcl, faded gray hair, and miae it moft.
and glossy. It. will hnot. color Ihe scalp, is not
sticky or greasy, aind does not ru, of. Adv.
T!e. ine'Stengelr .V w1s re'd-4h'nle1.
1cheekyl 'pulabte. .
"i("11111: "1" 11 ! aid the eh-14tor
111m111 in 1hi4 1h:11ub'r 1f ,ome Irct'e 15
hei' started l1 u'loe5 111' do144r.
"n1')0 get iiy.' 51141 144w boy'. as hr
\\iggled1 1141 1 i I 4he I. '1 isn't g4'i tey or
I'l sllid' on Fuhl."- -li n' l 1 -: xpress.
"Cold in the Head"
is an acute attacn of Nasal Catarrh. Per
sons who are subject to frequent "colds
In the head" will find that the use of
HALL'S CATARIIi MEDICINE will
build up the System, cleanse the Blood
and render them leas liable to colds.
Repealed attacks of Acute Catarrh may
lead to Chronic Cntarrh.
HALT'S CATARRII MEDICINE is tak.
en internally and acts through the Blood
on the Mucous Surfaces of the System.
Al Druggists 75e. Testimonials tree.
$100.00 for any case of catarrh tha
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will no
F. J. Cheney & (o.. Toledo, Ohio.
Another "Less" Day.
.\i 111hr w\1 l:iving h4e4r youngu n11
henth. hr. 41f rlnrse. 5red11 him rail
44 14ih'r,' h4. -bii i'eine n hi
" 's, I 41''' l4' 411 4 41
1 ll 4114 we .J1i ' 11 ih;1\ it j('f"
" I n "e u\ hat?"
I wo' l a 511;ph1-)11'y.
GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER
the elv Iil ie wori for4 11444re than4 14mit
at 44entury for4 4onstipi on,444 inte'stinll
tr'oubeits, tidj~l liver' 14444 the generall141y
depressed54'( feel In1g that 1L'' 44J1 accm iaies
such1 d1isorders'l. It Is a4 m41s4t valubl1ie
r'emedy'4 for' h44lige'st 144 r ner 14Ivou1s dys
ih14lII1141bwhIotI41h4, 14mi1.u of ood unig ln
tomns. A few do(4Se (if Aulgust l1-4w4'.
wl' I innned'(iate (ly roll1 eve' you4. It is ai
gentIle IIaxativI'. Ask your ( druggist.
54411ldin a11 (ivilizeId ('ountrie'(s.-. v
'1he4 ai4s4 are4 tiurinig agin244~ (h'r
14m4 1y's worst15 enemy41.
Tonight! Take Doi
Calomel sickens! If bili
achy read r
IAsten to me ! 'Puke no in ore sieken
ing. sallvating nloinel when bilious 1
constipated. I)on't lose a (laiy's Work
Calomel is mercury or quicksliver
whleh (n uses necrosis of the ho nes
Calomel, when it (4o1e1'5 into Cona cI
with so1r 111. ernusbes 1int) it, brelk
ing it up. This is when you feel Ihto
awful nuse: 011(1 erntlging. If you
itre sluggisl 1and( "ill knot4ukel 4u)1." IU
yOurP IIver is t4rph1(i a1n1 howels c oni -
patedl or you have hentehoel. dizziness,
contedo tongue. If breuth is 1had or
sItoinh sour, just take i sp~oniful of
harmless Dodson's 1,lver Tone.
here's my gtiurntee-Glo to any
drug store t111(1 get a bottle of )odson's
Liver Tone for A few cents. 'I'Tke it
spoonful tonight, and if it 1oesn't
Y o)u kn
In each c.
out by cook
of the Burl
Should Profit by ti
of These Two
Buil'alo, N. Y.-"1I am the ir ,
nearly three years I sufl'eredi - -m
Sin my back and side0, and a get
'fessional attendance most of tAb
get well. As a last resort
Pinkham's Vegetablo Comj
advertised in the newspaperi
', a marked improvement. I
now free from pain and
work."-- Mrs. B. B. Ziz
B~ull'alo, N. Y.
Portland, Ind.--"I had
so badly from it at times
at all. I was all run dlos
do my housework, was
down at night. I took V
but they did not help nr
Lydia E. Pinkhami's V<
/ it andl nowv I am str
Imy own work and
Compound the cr(
wery Sick Woman Should Tra
a E. PINKI
son's Liver Tone .
i Calomel For Liver
ous, constipated and head
- str:ti:ttit yu right up tad muke you
felb' linb :til vigorous by utorning, I
!tWant yout tIo n Iba'k to the store and
gel your ht'uitnv. I)olson's Liver' Tono
Is (''str ty ing tli t'e of cnlotnel be
(':IInSe it is re:al liver ineiieitte; entire
ly ve getitlable' , lioref'obre it enn not sail.
rut(' or inntke' y l ' ik.
I guilr:nater that 11n1 sptoonrful of
Do gison's i. ('r Iit t will fut your
sluggish liver Io wr and :itul tenni your
hiowels of Ihat lsu biet an cns14 V(tsl
Iutited wuste wthh is logguing your
systen and nmnking you feel ntiseralle.
I gu rantee that i bottle of )oison's
Ii V'r TIon(' will keep your entire fain
ily teeli ng fine for mnonths. (;ive it to
our hbiIren. It is hariless; doesn't
griple and Ithey like its Ileasant taste.
ow what broiling
steak, baking to a
toasting to bread.
ase flavor is brought
can imagine how
iproves the flavor
ey tobacco used in
of four children, and for
a female trouble with pains
eral weakness. I had pro
at tiune but did not seem to
I decided to try Lydia JE.
>ound which I had seen
i, and in two weeks noticed
continued its use and am
able to do all my house.
LINsKA, 202 Weiss Street,
a displacement and suffered
I I could not be on my feet
vn and so weak I could not
nervousq and~ could not lie
reatmuents fr'omt a physician
10. Ny Aunt recommended
ige tale Compound. 1 tried
ong and wcll again and do
I give Lydia E. Pinkham's
dit."-Mrs. J Os8 EPuHI N
R~ace Street, Portland, Id.