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May 26, 1909.
Sunda1 THE POWER ( June 6, 1309 GOLDEN TEXT.?"Whoso k< keepeth his soul fror SHORTER rv rc : 1 1 , v^. uo. vv 1111 l i& rtijuiitu A. Tile fourth command to God such set times as He pressly one whole day in sev self. DAILY HO M.?Jaa. 3: 1-12. W.?Zech. 8: 9-17. F.?Ps. 12. S.?Ps TOPiCA The Danger of an Unbridled In a religious teacher, vs. Like what? Vs. 3-8. Contrary to nature, vs LESSON "Aly brethren, be not 11 old word for teacher or Rj controls. He is the censor There should not he many ir not equip many for this worl ant and desirable to men < the more willing arc we to ( teaoher's greatest critics ar the school is composed cf s it soon becomes a school cc and among all races the te 6Jow to near and swift to sj life. Men say, and do not. safeguards in securing fit i apparent. The volunteers w< didates for the ministry is a ditions uw, in this matter, they were at rtrst. There s there should be enough. Ti Sunday School sometimes 1 living faith is the remedy fc "Knowing that we shall i Condemnation ie greater or le or less opportunity and respo stand this. He is unfit who "For in many things "w without exception, stumbles only fallible, but constantly things In many ways. The teacher. And therefore wh< of us to take that position carelessly. "If any man offend not men." He is a perfect man his speech. JNe all stumble words. "Ami illtlx* nlor* Vvwlill. of the tongue is the most d do this we can control our ei We can use the tongue as a we will. "Behold we i>ul bits in t obey us." But we try to coi is no more docile than a h TK E PRESBYTERIA] y School DF THE TONGUE. . James 3: 1-12. ;epeth his mouth and his tongue n troubles."?Prov. 21:23. CATECHISM. in the fourth commandment? mentt re^uiretih the keeping holy hath appointed in His word; exen, to be a holy Sabbath to HimME READINGS. T.?Jer. 9: 1-8. Th.?Ps. 52. S.?Frov. 10: 11-22. . 24: 11-18. L OUTLINE. Tongue? 1, 2. I. 9-12. COMMENTS. aany masters." "Master" is the ibbi. The teacher instructs and and critic by virtue of his office, i any community. The Lord does c. But the position is very plcas2f dead faith. The less we do, :riticise the deeds of others. The e the poorest pupils he has. If slothful and insubordinate pupils, on posed of teachers. In all ages ndency has been for men to be ,)eak. The tongue has belied the In the early Church, the lack ct men for preachers, soon became sre too numerous. Too many cans great an evil as too few. Conseem to be the reverse of what hpuld not be many teachers, but lie modern superintendent of ihe las trouble securing enough. A r both extremes. eceive the greater condemnation.' :ss as the condemned have greater nsibility. A teacher should underdoes not know and feel it. e offend all." Every one of us, in many things. We are all not are doing and saying the wrong irefore none of us is fit to be m it becomes necessary for anc wc should not do it lightly or in word, the same is a perfect who does not slip or stumble in in many things?especially in our 3 the whole body." The control iflicult task we have. If we can motions and thoughts and actions, bridle to guide our conduct wheria he horses' mouths that they may 11 rrvl Aiiroolv?.c nfUK/vM* w?4 wv* nivuvut U1T/9. OUil orse. We must guide ourselves, i do this we must have the proper N OF THE SOUTH. appliance?the bits. A teacher on, or he will run away with h heat and excitement of the argi "Behold also the ships, wh and are driven of fierce winds, > a very small helm." We may self importance bulk large, but course without the helm. We Even when storms buffet, the sh "Even so the tongue is a nuiigs. i^ne bits boast tl and the helm, of a great ship, control of a human life, and tlia the man himself does the sell directs the shfp; but he directs a man directs his conduct by tongue is mightier than all else. "Behold how great a matte matter' is either "a forest" or '.ongue is a fire." Teaching is must not have many teachers fools to play with fire. They "A world of Iniquity. The the region for the breeding of lives in speech, wrong develops silence. "So is the tongue among constituted that speech acts'on i "Sctleth cn fire the cour "wheel." The figure is an ant means all nature, all creation, circle of nature Is gue. All is destructible by sp know the power for destruction "It is set on fire of hell." less till lighted. Hell Is when ttruction. "Every kind of beasts is 1 minion given to man over the 1 can be exercised now as in the "But the tongue can no nn his own tongue; therefore we t man can tame his neighbor's tc sible to control than beast or fi know he is dealing with a wild his tongue. "An unruly evil, fu us fhink what we say is of litt 1< talk. "Therewith bless we God, e curse we men." And yet men of God." To bless one and cur to send out of the same aper "My brethren, these things oui not be so. for no fountain ca fresh. Rlpsslnp no* ana ? ? ?? ? o v."** i*uu tuiai eerily characterizes one or th blessing and cursing will be foui The tongue is a bridle or i for destruction, an untamed bea bears its fruit proper to Its na man will bless and the tongue < is a dead and worthless faith, his conversation as well as seei Prfl-VPr la nn! r\ -- -?"V VfViVWUIUJg U hold of his highest willingness Write it on your heart that in the year; no man has lean knows that every day is do?ni 13 must always liave his bridle imself, and do damage in the intent. Ich though they be so great, et are they turned about with be very ponderous and our we can not keep a straight are turned by our tongues, ip answers the helm. little member, and boa3teth le control of a powerful horse, The tongue can boast the t is a great thine <"?r ? _ ..0. v/* wuiat, ! controlling. The steersman by means of the rudder. So controlling his tongue. The ;r a little fire kindleth!" "a pile of wood." "And the i a dangerous business. We for it is intolerable to allow rill set the woods afire, tongue is the habitat of sin, evil, iniquity's world. Error i by publication. Sin dies of other members." We are so is as fire on matter. se of nature/' "Course" is dent scientific conception. It juveryming produced in the in that fire which is the toneech. A teacher then should i of his words. The tongue is a torch, harmce the fire is derived for detamed of mankind." The doaeast extends to all sorts, and past. an tame." No man can tame ill offend in many things. Nc ingue. Speech is more inipos?wl or fish. A teacher should thing when he essays to wag 11 of deadly poison." Some of b moment. There is too much ven the Father, and therewith are "made in the similitude se the other is for a founta'n ture sweet water and bitter. ?ht not so to be." They can ji both yield salt water and ng men is impossible. Insine other. Analyzed, both the nd to be the same thing, a. rudder to guide with, a fire ts*( but as flg vree or vine, it iture. The tongue of a good of a bad man will curse His whose faith is not heard in a in his walk. H. D. Hedleston. tod's reluctance; it is laying i.?Trench. . every day is the best day led anything rightly, until he sday.?'Emerson.