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WHY! HOW! WHEN! I "SIGN OF THE SON
CHRIST WILL COMEj OF MAN IN HEAVEN"
ohn D. Pugh
Misapprehensions by All In
. the Past
"Then All the Tribes of the
Earth Shall Mourn,"
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Address Prcmluia Dayt Sjn
Darkness Fleet From Morning Light.
Messiah Comii to Bless First, His
Faithful Church; Second, All People.
Scriptures Previously Misunderstood.
Tho Man of Sorrows No Longer He
Comet the King of Glory,
U liu tho Bible
Str.v, simply told
n ii il -wonderfully
illustrated by ter
linpH the in out
tion of Bible pic
tures over pre
sented. The olv
JtH-t of tin Drama
la doolnred to bo
llll'llt "f t
itli In the lllbl.-. Manifestly
It It veil adapted to thb end
wit no tt it -w Ithout ktr revermce foi
God mid Ki'ont Hr8onnl licnetlL
I'uaiur KunMI'h text today was
"Wlipu Chrltt shall nppnr, thfc
shnll yo nlno npiniir with Him In
glury " ('olimxtniMi 8:4.
Tho I'nHtor Ihkaii by ahowliiK how
fool N h ntnl iinnoripttiral weru many of
tilt' HUKKottlotia handed down from the
Dark Airt's roHNHttiiK the olijoct anil
tho ininiiior f rhrlat'a Hocond Advent
Tho llililo iloclurntlon that our ltev
dtH-iiiiT wntiid come iignln and receive
Hit f.ilihfui iieople to Illmself was
oiico NtirmlMod to Imply that nil tbe re
mainder of mankind would experience
eternal torture. Hut now. In the bless
ed eiillnliienment of our day, we aee
that tho pitherlnit of toe t ' . i i .ti In tbe
Klrat HosiirTwtlon la ci. ', (ho com
llotlng "f the Heed of AbnihiU'i (Oaln
tlaiia 311. 211), whoae work theureforth
will bo the blofialuu; of nil the families
of tho e.irth. according to the Divine,
Promise mid )nth.
The de.ianitliui (hat nt our lord's
Second Coming He will Judge the
world In rlulitoouKtieKt. wo once tola
uiideratood to mean (hat tho Itodeemer
would merely coniliiii a judirinent, or
doci'oe, of eternal torment ugalnat man
kind, the HKnkcr iiKsertitl. He then
brlolly outlined tho Divine Plan for hti
mnti Halvatlon from the hIii nud :tith
conditions brought upon tho rnra
through Adam's dUoliodh-nre mihI ox
tended mi a Judgmont to nil IiIm iioa
(orlty. He showed thnt Hluoo "Jotua
ThrlHt, by tho grace of God, tnatod
death for every man," Adnm and nil
his race would bnvo nuotliur trial for
life Individually, however. Thla new
trlcl has been delayed until the Church
class Iti tried and iWtlUled to lw the
world's JudReH during Its trlal-dlirinii
the 1,000 yenrs of Mostlah'a Kingdom.
The Pnator explained that In this
trial light and wnug, truth nud er
ror, will lie act before mankind With
the full explanation that whoever
chonaea sin will choose the Second
Death, but that whoetor i booties rlght
cousness will cbooho life ererliiating.
He then contrasted thlt Scrlpturul
view of the Jtid'inont Dny with thnt
lmudod down from tho Dark Agott
a tweutj-four-bour d.iy fur dnnuilnir
ufreah the poor race already auffuiiug
from the orlginul o:.d imiatlon.
How Chriai Vlll Come.
Next was poliud ,,it the uureason
ableneaa of the imv.rlptui'ul Uieorlea
respectlug rlirlat'a Coming received
from n darktr time. AcconUng to
these, the Iledeenier would come attain
In the Ueeli, the only glory of- which
would lie n Bblnltij.' skin. .TUe tweaker
then iUoted Scripture nffer pcrtpture
ro prove rhnt ,Ur Lord "wna put Ii
doiith in tbv tleah. but van r;i.tod from
tlie doutl a aplifit boing. Our I.onl'H
tlouli wua given for the life of tho
world; and nil ITla human rlchta will
lu due time Ik given to humanity.
It wan ulao mIiuwii Unit aluce t Ik
Scriptures decline thnt 'flehh iintl Mom
cannot liihoilt the Kingdora .of Coil
the (ltnivh l mint Im Hmimed .by ti
iwwor of the I'lrtt Itcxurrictfon- in .!
uplrlt beluga like our glorttlert I:
deeiuer. whom they fhall koo tin He 1
JllmonceptioUH leopei-liiiK oiip t.oi!
conillllon have blinded our injlld- r
gardlug the innuncr of U Ann
Coining, the PuaUir decluntl jfl
Ing of Him .s a Deadly being, we m-i
unuble to comprehend the StIiku:i
telling of HIh I'aioiiwla (preaoiuvi
the end of tliln fioael Ago nn,fl of t'
twofold work then to honoeoMtirjslied
llrst, n feopniiitliig wuik In I Da ciinici
uimocii mid unknown by the wirdl. ft
oud, ii manifestation to maiuYhHl. ii"
In lleah, but "In llnmlng Hie."
Parousia and Eplplianla.
The KiMjuker then diwiitik-ed ut leuct
two words lined In tlio tJreok JISS. i
reference to our Lurd'H Secnnd Cir
ing. He Kiihl that our KugHsh linn
latlon beclouds thplr lRnlflcaiin
Christ's Purouslii, presonce. wumhIiow,
to refer to a period when, "tin a ihh
in the ulcht," unknown to tbe wot id
He will Jit.l'fo His Cliureh, giving re
wnrd to the faithful. This include
the resurrection of the diwd wiltit
a iul the change of the IUIiik ones.
After the Church has boon glorified,
lie I'plphiiulu, or Huliilng forth of tin
Lord In glory, will tnko place. Thli
will menu n Kiuldcu blnzlng forth of
Cod's righteous indignation against nil
unrighteousness. Severely nwful as
these Judgments will be, noverthelesx
they will manifest the Love of Ood,
lly tbe lire of that tribulation mankind
will be uplifted and bieastd.
The Character of the Sign Its Effect
Upon the Whole World Why Mourn,
If Messiah's Kingdom Brings Bless
ings The Day of Troubln a Plow
share to Prepare tho Henrta of Man
kind This Soventy la In Merey De
signed to Prepare For Blotting.
August Kl. The
beauty nnd In
of Creation are
more and more
appreciated by the
p u Ii 1 1 o aa time
pntiM'R. This won
(I e r f ii 1 combina
tion of Hlbtloal Il
plot e I y outlines
the Scriptures ami
lays a good foun
dation for intelligent Itible study.
Pastor HuhhcII's topic ttslny was
from tho text, "Then ahull apix-nr tlie
sign of the Sou of Man lu heaven; anil
tlicii shall the trlbea of the earth mourn,
und they ahall see the Pen of Man com
ing lu the clouds of heaven with jiower
and great glory." Matthew UluTO.
The speaker pointed out various sug
gaatlons made by, scholars respecting
the ImtHirt of this prophecy some
mioHSlni' thnt tlioalifii would l a croaa
In (hi, uLv lliur tlml II witlllil llM
Christ Himself, appeorlng In some
wrathful form to lifimnnlty, causing
tllaraay. etc. lie uroitaori that Uti
audience had rend publlshoil reisirta of
hi recent sermon reaiwctlng Chrtat's
Second Coming In Its two phases the
lHirousla. or Invisible presence, follow
oil by the Kpiphnnia, or brlght-slilnlng
in flnmiiiu lire. or.Judgmeut. He could
not any tliat tbe Sign of the Son of
Man would be Ills Parousta; for
Christ's l'arousia will not be known
except to the moat saintly of His
Church. Conseiiuontly it must stand
related to His Kplphnnin, or shining
forth' In Judgments, which the whole
world will recognise,
Tbe hearers were reminded that n
sign is merely an Indication; for in
Rtnnce, crepo Is a algn of mournlajr
the cross represents Christianity, the
crescent Mohammedanism. 9n the
sign of the Son of Man In heaven
would properly lie some indication thnt
IIo lma taken Ilia grout power and la
gun to reign.
Mourning Bteause of Him.
To the question, How could such n
sign appear in the sky. the heavens?
the Pastor replied that this la not the
thought He reminded his audience
tlint the Bible repeatedly uses the
words liciUMi, eiirth, uioiintalii, son.
in u symbolic sen-e- the eaith reine
senting orgiuil7.isl Moclety, mountains
representing kingdoms, seas the rest
less classes of liuinnnltv . Then he
showed that In the hiune symbolic
usage the he.nens repn sent eccleslnstl
cnl iwwers cliiirchhiidty. The sign llf
the heavens, he hellew. signliles that
the flauitng tlie or Ju.lg nt.s will first
manifest Itself lu ecclesiastical clrclos.
Gradually mankind will realize thnt
a new government la In control, nnd
that Justice will be laid to the Hue and
righteousness to tbe plummet. Since
unrighteousness Is every hero preva
lent liecnnsc of man's fallen condition,
the eonsr lent ea of the whole world
will Lc awakened, the speaker declar
ed. I-'enr will eouio upon men every
where, not only bit a use they will see
Christ's righteous Judgments In re
ligious clri les. but localise they will
ic Him IHIII4IKJ aud w'lil i-ccognlae that
shortly they, too. must be Involved.
The Pastor reminded his audience
thnt iniiuMiid have very ii-ude nud In
eonmt vie a ot tile object ot Mes
siah's Second Coming nnd Kingdom.
"Doctrines of dovlls," brought Into the
creeds during the Dark Agea, have
mndo so Wild the Word of (iod that
tho majority of mankind dreada(!od
aa their Almighty Toe, Instead o'f re
alizing IIIiu to be tlie rather of mer
cies). Nfct knowing of the glorious
hluMliigH which the Kingdom will
bring mankind, they will be npprnhcu
slve as they perceive Christ's rhhtcous
Judgments encircling the earth.
"The Heavens Being on Fire."
Next wis discussed ut length St. Pe
ter's words, "The heuu-iui being on
die," nnd "tlie etirlh and Ilia works
therein will be burned up." Tluwi the
Pastor lailleres describe the iflgn of
the Hon of Man. He warned his hear
ers against iii.iklug the mlstnUe of our
forefathers hi supMslug that these
wonls refer to u literal burning of the
literal einth and sky. mid explained
that while (he symbolic heavens nud
eiirth will catch "lire" and pass nwiy
with a grout cominotloii, the physical
eavtli will rnmalu pmctlcnlly ns It Is.
mid liegln to undergo the transforming
lllllneiices nf Hestlliltiou.
Tho speaker then ilomoiistrated thnt
the. lhunlig (lie of Divine Judgments
will appear In the heavens eceleslus
kistn nnil subsequently i'oacli the
arth. piuifyiiig society from every
:lilng sinful, selllsh. miliiptt. and pre
1'iiring men's hanrts for Divine liless
Ings. "The elements will melt with
fervent heat." We see the capitalistic
and -jlfe labaiiug eloiueiit sepnriitiilg.'
We s5""5irt!piirntlons for the grout Time
nf Trouble. Things nre getting so hot,,
that presently spontaneous oonihjjftlon
will set In. and cleur the way for Me
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M s" 0
Some little time ago I made a careful study and investigation of tl.e
baking powder aubjec' and I feel fully repaid. I n.n firinly convinced
from the teaulla I huve received that there ia no baking; powder to
equal Calumet for wholeeomeneea and economy, end 1 alto recommend
Calumet Baking Powder for ita never failing rest Its.
December P. 1913. Mra. Detty L!er Wilton.
Calumet alto received the Highest Awar.ii at the World's Pur Food
Exposition. Chicago and Paris, France, 1912. ,
Buy a can ot Calumet Baking Powder at ontr. .-" : use
it in your Holiday Bakings, making your Chnutnuu Cakes
B a good as the Presidents. jfl
BwssssnisiTaifiri iMionunntwiPiirTifri "i TnjffinjwinWSflr'ssiBFiB
a good as the President's.
I iMiIsssIIss ttf ilEi in lyffliiM
I For Biscuit Pies , iSSi
I Muffins, Waffles, liMVVS 9
I -and Home Baking f"7l1M f,
I 3S MTMCm'iI 1
I One Heaping lESffifi'm S
Teaspoon fal's IMWIm I
ii enough immmM
m Health Club it the purest, S fvW!mL!auBSJ
jitiV strongest and nw-t econom- Hfei7?7oT5' fKBllnrr
JJgvV ical B.ikir. Powder obtain- May2SS"j V
eVkWUlBBBp sasn n rami wi Vuei
sH Wr iH&
i eaHsei Baa rS-ia
Purity in food, lower co$t q.lyying
these are the demands of tlie day.
Pure food isjieglth, and health is economy
itself. We cannot have health Wth'oat health
The most healthful foods arc ihc quickly
raised flour foocss -r biscuit, $!$, muffins,
crusts and other pastry, when perfectly made
from wholesome ingredients.
Dr. PRICE'S baking powder makes these
foqds in specially attractive, appetizing and
wholesome form, and for both economic nm
hygienic reasons, suu fopd "hpuld ,be more
largely substituted fv. meat m thes daily diet.
But bear in mind that alum, or
unwholesome baking powder,
can never make pure, whole
Mrs. Wilton of Nashville, Tcnn.,
is fnmetl the world over for
her wonderfully delicious enkes.
Tliev are shipped to all patts
of the Globe for special affairs
where the beat of Cakes arc
This year, as in former years,
Mrs. Wilson enjoys the distinc
tion of making the President's
Christmas Cake, using Calumet
Mra. Wilson's Bakirj Mo'to i-:
"To have complete -oa wit'i
' no failures, cars alv . ' be uat-l
in adccUon of Baking Powder."