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EVENING CAPITAL -rJOtttiNlAt,,SA.TXJEIAY, JIT":!1 1, 1893.
JUJJ O IXAVIIA-- Vl0JJUJll.
REV. DR. COURTS REVIEW OF THE
8UNDAY SCHOOL LESSONS.
Tliecrrnctjcftl- Side o( Religion nn Shown
In-tha ,Wodatof Affljetcd, Job Tito Eru
dition of the Hebrews Question Kor llie
Student to Answer,
Golden Text:- In, nU thyiwnys acknowl
edge Him, and lie shall direct thy ways
KProv. ill, 0).
The lessons have been In , Job, Proverbs,
Eccleslastea, Malachl. Ai brief review of
the character of each of thena books would
form tho mattor of an, instructive talk on
the part of tho teacher. JobvProverbs and
Eccjeniastes form tho prinoipal partofthu
canonical .''Khochnio," or jvrfruloin of the
Hebrews. This wisdom may bo described
as.the practical side of religion the proper
conduct oi lire, granting that Rod exists
ond,that,HQ,takc8 oil Interest in human af
fafra, Tho .beginning of iti is "the fenr of
JehovaV duo revorenco for Him and obe
dience to-Hls commands. In this the prin
ciple of faith is implied, and faith nivcs
confidence and inspires liopo in spite of all
The common things of life are good
God's daylight, sleep, food, fumily lovo and
a contented spirit. Then in the gloom there
gleams a ray of light thut somehow or
other shows that all will bo well at last If
not here, yet after tho judgment which
faith looks forward to. In' .lob this prac
tical wisdom is illustrated and enforced by
tho life story of Job, a Bedouin emir or
chief, with a great household and greut
wealth and prosperity. This life btory U
treated poetically for tho most part. The
author no doubt Intended that satanshould
be taken as n real, living, personal being,
as Job is real and Jehovah is real. The
court of Jehovah as the moral governor is
represented. Before His throne appear all
His angels sons of God.
Satan tho well known adversary ap
pears among those holy servants of God.
He, too, us nccuser, resister, enemy, has his
report to givo in. Asked if hu had noticed
righteous Job, quite in the spirit of the
mocking fiend ho answers yes, but insinu
ates a doubt as to tho sincerity of Job's de
votion. Within certain, limits satan is suf
fered to put Job to tho test by the loss of
bis wealth and his children. Yet Job was
able to bless God, retaining his faith. Thus
it was proved that he served God with an
unselfish love. Satan's test having failed
to destroy the trust of Job in God, tho evil
ono is suffered to smite Job with a terriblo
disease. Diro are Job's sufferings, but yet
ho refuses to curse God and die. Then
come the three friends of Job and dispute
with him. They argue that Job, in order
to be a suiTerer above others, must havo
been a sinner above others.
Each of the three speaks twice, Job re
plying twice, and then in the third turn
ono of them drops out as having no more to
say. Job replies. Then Ellhu, a new speak
er, appears and argues that God often af
flicts men in order to improve them by cor
rection and chastisement. Job again re
plies. At last God speaks out with majes
ty, and His last word is to demand humble
submission to Him who reveals His power
and wisdom and love' in His works. Job's
trials end here. He is vindicated as right
eous, whilo his accusing friends nre cen
sured. Finally Job is made doubly pros
perous In all his concerns. The teaching is
nt once deep, lofty and convincing, not
clearing up all life's mystery, but showing
that trust in God's faithfulness will bring
the believer out of nil life's trials a con
queror in the end.
The book of Proverbs is a collection of
popular Baylngs, attributed for the most
part to King Solomon. A proverb is a con
densation of wisdom into a compact form,
fitting it for use in everyday life. It U part
of the small change, the current coin, of
wisdom. Often a simile is the form it
takes. Driver says that most of the prov
erbs in this book ' 'are works of art and bear
tho impress of tho skilled hands which pro
duced them." In I Kings lv, 12, wo read
that Solomon spoke 8,000 proverbs.
The learned Rabbi Wogue of Paris says
that this book contains but 915 verses, and,
the conclusion that he draws is as follews:
"The book of Proverbs appears to bo in
greater part tho work of King Solomon, a
work oral at first and perhaps complex,
then written and simplified later in part
while tho author was living, and finally en
riched from the time of Hezekiah by the ad
dition of other portions emanating either
from Solomon or from other moralists"
("Hlstoiro de la Bible," Paris, 1881, p. 47).
This seems as plausible an account as any
that the critics have given. No one can say
that Rabbi Wogue is no Hebraist, for he is
a professor in the Jewish seminary in Paris.
Hebrew wisdom observed human life from
a divine standpoint and saw God's provi
dence everywhere. On everything that he
sees the wise man passes judgment. Buying
and selling, industry and .laziness, wealth
and poverty, sorrow and gladness, youth
and age, wisdom and folly, all are carefully
pondered, estimated and made matters of
inf.tru.ctio A in righteousness. He sees and
feels that religion elevates life and is true
wisdom tho most precious pf 'attainments
Ecclesiastesis called in Hebrew Kohelcth
one that calls men together in order to
near-wisdom. The book Is attributed to
Solomon, the splendid king of Jerusalem, Ward Beecher's pulpit He has a. Land
David'sroval son. Tbn ,,?,,,. nnn,L tA some residence on W illowstrect, Brooklyn.
represent the experience of Solomon in his
search for true wisdom.
be taken as a whole. To nick nut. nn wmn
me book inuat
to found doctrine on is to pervert tho pur
port of the whole.
Modern critics, soul sleepers and destruc
tionists have not done Justice to this, pro
found book. Renan calls the author a gen-
to a pamphlet by Voltaire. The preacher's;
comparison of the godless man to a beast
has been perverted into a denial of immor-
tnlltv 7TU -nmro,i,i t .. i i
ures has been construed Intn . r.nm.n.i.
ation of a merely sensuous life. Even when
ho refers to God. the future life and ml.iv
of judgment men like Driver anc Cheyne
insinuate that such passages are additions i
to the original work. Why? Simply be
cause the preacher teaches true religion as
the highest good of niau. Would any one
redeem human life from its vaulty, enjoy
the good things of God's providence, avoid
a cheerless old age and rise above the fear
oi luture judgment, let him "remember his
Malachl is nlaced the last of the books of
the English Bible. In the Hebrew Bible
the Arrangement is the law, or the books pf
Moses, then the historical books, then the
prophets, after which come realms, Prov-
trbs, Job, Song of Solomon, followed by
Ruth, Lamentations, Eccle&Ja&tes, Esther,
Daniel, Ezra, Nehemlah, ending with1
Chronicles. Malachl Is one of the 13 minor
or lesser prophets -not smaller in Import
tance. but smaller In bulk of writing. Mal
achlllrtdabout400 years bcforeChrlst, He"
mon tho l'Pl6 uf 'irnel. Judgment is
foretold. Ho predlcte.the coming of tin-
I Messiah. Judgment looms bcforehlm th
tern Die day of the Lord.
Characteristically the last book of theOld
Testament ond with the word "curse,"
while tho last word of tbo New Testament
Is a benediction of grace. Both are from
Jehovah, both are manifestations of His
cssentinl being, for Ho is both Just and
merciful, lovo itself, yet the avenger of
And now let us givo a few hints as to the
questions of tho review. The lessons of tho
quarter were 12, as follews:
1. The Afflictions of Jeb: Job 11, 1-10.
Golden Text: Job i, 31.
2. Afflictions Sanctified: Job v, 17-27.
Golden Text: neb. xii, 0.
8. Job's Appeal to God:.Jobxxill, 1-10.
Golden Text: John xill. 7.
4. Job's Restoratien: Jobxlli, 1-10. Gold
en Text: Jas v, 11.
6. Wisdom's Warning: Prov i, 20-33.
Golden Text: Heb. xii, 2S.
0. Tho Value of Wisdem: Prov. ill. 11-24.
Golden Text: Prov. ill, 5.
7. Fruits of Wisdem: Prov. xii, 1-15.
Golden Text: Prov. xi, 80.
8. Against Intemperance: Prov. xxiil, 2tt
85. Golden Text: Prov. xx, 1.
0. The Excellent Weman: Prov. xxxi,
10-31. Golden Text: Prov. xxxi, 30.
10. Reverence and Fidelity.' Bed. v, 1-12.
Golden Text: Rom. xii, 1.
11. Tho Creator Remembered: Eccl. xii.
1-7, 13, 14. Golden Text: Eccl. xii, 1,
12. .Messiah's Kingdem: Mai. ill. 1-12.
Golden Text: Mai. ill, 17.
1. What were tho Lord's words to satan
after tho first assault? What did the evil
onosayf What did he do? How did Job
answer his wife jtvhen she advised him to
2 Who Is called happy? Why? What
advice is here given? By what promise is
this advice commended? What blessings
are promised? Answer Deliveranco in
trouble, food In famine, safety in war,
secured from slander, presorved from wild
beasts, flourishing on earth, dying in old
3. What was Job desiring? . How did he
believe God would treat him? Did he see
God? Was ho sure that- all was well?
How was ho to comeout?
4. Was Job abased at God's rebuke?
Was God angry-with Job's-friends? What
were they told to do? How was Job at
5. Where does wisdom cry out? Why
does wisdom address tho crowd? Name
tho three classes addressed. Which of
them is worst? Does tho door remain open
forover? What is the slaying of tho dis
obedient and unbelieving? Can any harm
befall a Christian?
6. Whom does the Lord love? To correct
one to make one better is that good? Who
is the happy man? What is tho value of
wisdom? Describe her paths. Tell how
wisdom's teachings are life to the soul.
Why does the wise man walk safely? Is
sweet sleep a blessing?
7. Whom does God favor? Tell what you
remember of the state and prospects of' the
wicked. How does a good man treat his
horso? What is tho wiso man's reward?
What a wicked man's?
8. Describe, tho woes of the drunkard.
What stings like an adder? What strange
things do drunken men see? 'When drunk,
does a man know or feel when he gets hurt?
Tell the best way to avoid becoming a
drunkard. Are you an abstainer?
0. Whnt value does the wiso man put on
a good woman? Describe her Industry, her
wise and winning words, her good name at
home and her praiso from Go.d. What Is
deceitful? What Is vain? Whose works
praise tho worker?
10. In prayer what should ono guard
against? Why? Is it well to vow and not
perform? Tell what tho greedy man gets.
Whose sleep Is sweet? How do riches bring
. 11. WhyBhould the young be careful to
keep the Creator in mind? Howls a life
of piety best begun in youth? What is the
conclusion of the whole matter? 'Why
should wo heed God's commands?
12. What messenger was to come before
Messiah? For whatvdoes Messiah come?
What will He do to the. priests? How will
the wicked be dealt with? What kind of
land will that bo that honors God?
Rev. Dr. Lymnn Abbott, pastor of Plym
outh church, Brooklyn, nnd successor of
Dr. Henry Ward Beecher, is a tall, slender
man, who looks as
though his health
were frail. He is
strong and active,
however, and does
amount of hard
work. In addition
to his many duties
as pastor of-Brook-lyn's
ichurch, he Is the
editor of The
TJnder bis pastor
ate there, has been
no falling off in
the membership of
REV. dr. tVMAN ABBOTT. Plymouth church,
a fact that speaks most eloquently in Dr.
Abbott's favor, for much was naturally ex
nected of tho man who stepped into Henry,
. wbc.re hls Mr0"3 ftD" "rury worK are
In the British islands in ISO) there were
15,000,000 people, and only 00 woiks on
theology were published during that year.
The population today is about 30,000,000,
but last year there were 528 works on the
cut J0W'1 the C0Urt Prtnchcrs to slX ,Uln
, utes for a sermon. ....,,
A Methodist missionary In South Africa,
tim Ttnv. Thomas Cook, reports that he
traveled in bIx months that he was there
20,000 miles, preached 220 sermons and was
instrumental In bringing in 0,000 converted
For Monzle narlsli church In Scotland
there were 100 applicants.
In Zaba, Hungary, 650 persons are report
ed to have become Protestant because they
prefer their owu language in worship.
Professor Tbarer of Harvard says that the
discovery of the spurious gospel of St. Peter
"consigns eucn speculations aoout ma gos-
"he Presbyterian church In Japan has Q
presbyteries, 73 churches ant? 10,W mem-.
Thero ore 8T.O0O different editions of .tho,
Bible In the British museum, the titles fill
ing 213 pages of ft special catalogue.
An AnKllcan bishop is credited with thj
sUUmentthat J, 000 benefices in England
keep changing hand by simony. I
The Biralugbftm polios fcvo rcauow
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Its table are served with the
Urtiwa lu the Wlllnmotte Valley.
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