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Euioroit .\|?i ti ; ;. i m i .?> | ,i??. ^ f w "(-(Jill, (iCtT tit/ ir , . . Vl?r ?ft oi ConsrenK of 'iar?l? a. 187?) / /( A A A .s, s. (; />AY;\ - ? - - -- ? -V ? /o/fl ' Number 32 PA reenville Sc "A merry C hauov New Yi 11/ ens County F leberal patroi enabled me tc one of my years. YOU appreciated. I hiring 1911, Il'Mry McK Wo >tl, I shall our best servi continuance c: / I am, Yc A. K. End. G " VIore Goods 1 1T IT We thank Customers fm (hiring i 91 o, 'Purr. Fresh 1 "You ^et Wl1 and "One. pri madi* lots ol I I loping to urc of scrvint and wishing \cw Year, V krovvrc vJ ' I 1 ! w ? i V ! ' > i; I 1 f i } 1 I 1 > l > \ i < i r * i , lass, ( 'a kn, 1 if>1 lor ( 'h rist mas Mour. It is 1 Ik A hoai. 100 |)oi 11(1 (" )> - you 1 ) (> 11 :'1 n r. I) our ! I'(;r ( I .. J J , k i m i s (;1 < \ ( w Lo. oi.' Sli Sizes, Full 11 n a ps etc. W. :7>, : ,k \( t RK mtli Oarolina,. 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C>) ACE OF id cat!i ol th -in have been well 9i i ;i banner year. r<> Lli:mk our st > i rs lor the .\?< \ i r ui/ the h:il <l-> li in im merit .t con . .air.e t r ! ? : 1 ? i "-% rf > ^ v- '^sarf- "at r; Merchants o M J)|p 1 A Y ! . i ' ' I" % & IfMt & ^ "iW IS W & J . . ?. J , :ji. V>i u joining fifork ivis Proprietor * THREE TEJimwu * Matthew 22:15-22; 34-46.? [rr unto Caesar the things that arc Vacst arc God's I HE Fhnrlsee.s and Saddncees of onr religion. They had formed n trust / rarely made an attack upon each o.tl directly opposed. The Pharisees acidic Law, and believed In a future life by ved In a coming Messiah to exalt their '. The Sndduceea bellevetl nothing o ?"I'lnir tllft IkOSf Critics. Tliey wen; iuaum6 ? existence. The Phntisees opposed .7 * -n. but criticised them, and showed ,n k and holy in the keeping of the ipathy with the poor and less pr was lucees opposed Jesus becaxtse, fi *? ?P. But even as a fraud tlu*y w the pe. only thnt they perceived thn disturb. ufluence which they fen red Empire > >?> peace and unfavorably I Jesus, tlii 'in Jews. So while tne jsu Thy tn Ion wan for different re tmle, *'1Iosi dry of Jesus into Jen minds of th 'ie Son of David," tl common peop *s. Hut In the Sad strife with the become so aroused (he people from The l'hiirlsees st words by putting Teacher, niul, tc They reasonod 'on. "Is It lawl little dUIiculty in h would siij I'llato to put him to nrrested as if if,i<t I'n^fni f(, ey reusone pathy of the multltwh ' to Caest almost supei'stltiously, ,p(^ "^os tithes to any earthly Kit s'lt ''u under compulsion. We n w Master by complimenting i "rir that thou art true!" Not o s " appreciation of him as a To:. " any cost. And bo they said. further, they fortified their ponot the person of mien!" ' These treacherous compllme promptly answered. "Why tcnppt your nase- designs muicr guise hi tribute money." This was. literally, paid. They handed liiin a /ifnarius. t sponding in value to about seventeen this image and superscription':" The "Render unto Caesar the things thrvU :ii are God's." No wonder the wily ri-.irb him in his words! On the contrary, tt ineutnry remarks stooil to his credit in Next, the Sndduceea, the agnostics asking one of their stock questions. S the same woman and all died before wife in the resurrection? They did i heaven or IMirgatory or eternal torture such teaching. The Pharisees and Je: and it was against this teaching thnt t lion. Note the majesty of the Master's Scriptures, neittn.-r the power of Ooil! teaching respecting such question:!, an groat Divine power which, at that rest straighten out all the difficulties of the ceeded to inform them that such 11s 1 tlon, such as would ^et a complete ra \yould "neither marry nor he given in the angels. Thus the supposed great duoees fell tint ami tl -ir Ignorance wii Next, one of the Doctors 0!' the 1 if itt t\f f 1 f? mil! I IVO i nillnl'l :l lU'P it** .h'sus considered i Mo great one of nil. t<-n coiumimndinc; s Into two. accordii: "Thou shalt love the Lord tliy Cod v. and with all thy inind." Thlrt Is th And -the second is like unto it "Thoi these two commandments hnn;: all t! tli" Lawyer say to Hucli a cm m inn risen1 r-uy. lli'> m ;is answered as never hefoi The <J rent Teacher asked the I'h; Whose Son is he?" They answered, queried, "How then dotli David In sp Tl,.. T ...1 ....I.I ... ..... 1 ,.1 Oi# ?| ii if i?( i (i uiaw in. i?' ? ii < nornles thy footstool? If David thru Of course tlie question was too do ::oul(l answer all of their questions l> tifully clear we see it to he that the of the lineage of David, but that <!q<V Messiah of tlio flesh?tlint lie lay do from the dead to the plane of glory, I principalities nncl powers." We perc (lie Son of linvkl. but that in his *rl?>r will rocoivo through hlui, in due time nlso the blessings of pnrlteipntlon in Messiah III the flesh will thus hec-on; earthly life is t<? be the restitution pi Thus It Is written, "instead of thy niuyest iiinUe priuees (rulers) in all t I < ? 1UESTI0NS. / September 18. tr's; and tinto Cod the things that Lord's day were the loaders of or federation, so to speak, and nor, although their doctrines wero aiowiedged CJod and the prophet* a resurrection from the dead, and nation and through it to bless the f tiie kind?they were agnostics, t of the present life, doubting any ? i,? #1ill nnf acknowl esus ubcuutc . the hypocrisies of their claims to Law, ami reproved thorn for their etentlous. rom their standpoint of unbelief, ho ould not have bothered themselves it he was gaining an influence with might, sooner or later, lead to sotno u.fl?nrmo the conduct of the iloman ddueees aud Pharisees both opposed nsons. isalom, and tho crying of tho multilie Messiah! awakened envy In tho ducees it produced a fear that tho 1 as to involve their nation In somo rove to turn away tho sympathy of > this end, sought to catch htiu in his \il to give tribute?" , It is tint unlawful, they would have a louder of sedition and thus compel d further that if Jesus should answer ir ho would thereby alienate the sym" - ? !?? lows hold. mnim:" aner imu, i... .... y, jis God's Kingdom, must not pay oukl bo irreverent to do r.o, excepting ully they endeavored to ensnare the rut 1)fulness, saying, "Master, v.v know ioy sought to impress upon him their ie would toaoh the light, the Truth, at best the way of God in truth'." And ving. "We know that thou regardest, ltended to ensnare him. but lie hypocrites?" Why <lo you veil ur the Truth? "Show mo tin; oin in which i In- t.ix was u> bo 20 for i'io day iaijorer. corvo ,> .' ?^?i?v?Kkod, "Whose is H1,SvV vN5> V Jesus replied, e Caesar* \ things that -oos w? 10 tr i V>w w? catch ley wore for all oi' (In (he minds of the common peo| i, tried to entrap tLc Great Tea Seven different brothers in turn i she did. To which of them will . mt ask. To which will she be w? . for neither Jesus nor the Jews held 3Us taught the resurrection of the d* he Sadduceos aimed their sarcastic qu answer: "Ye do err, not knowing th You do tiot understand (lie Scrioture id you are ignoring in your quost'on tlio\ iiiTection time, will he exercised i nd will V ! situation. Then the Groat Tea< her protvould (gradually) attain to the rc urrccIsln?; up out of sin and death c<>ndition8. \ marriage," but would foe sexless, us nro auil unanswerable question of the Sad- \ is exposed. \ .aw endeavored to entrap tlie Lord on a \ the Divine < '>iuman !menis. nvUin;; which \ 'i'h:- Cjveat. Teneher promp!!.' divided lite ig to the Law (1 >ont <?:fu. ;ind uiswi'i'ot), ith nil thoy heart. n id wit it thy soul, 0 tlrst and groat (c.'iiofi < <> - mdiuont. 1 xhalt lovo thy noirvjibor i;s . .Ml On n? I .aw anil tin I'iv phots ' it could lion of tlio I.iwV 11 IiiKI r left to I'O. uriftoos, "What think vo < f dalf"Tho Sou of Davlil." Tho ') i thou ilrlt (propheticnllyi oal liini !. v-i.vlnj(. ion on my right hand til! ' < thino i callotli him Lord, how i* i op for tho Pharisees. The her ut thoy could not ansv.-r hi* iiwiuM<..u,l.,l #,. i I./. II,. I i*H I i I . 11< I 1.1 t I ill l VI II s purposes woro not fully uc< I In ivn his tlcsh, sacriflciall.v. Hi > r isod honor and Immortality. "far flu, elve that in (In- days <<( Ills was Ideation lie is David's Lord in ivkl . not only resurrection front i !. hut i tho Messianic Kiagd >111 uier of tho son of tho Me?> ih <>; ul v lioso lee for t lit? whole v. or l. in ! ?nvId fathers shall ho lli <-dh'.j< im thou lie earth." I'siv '.".in i *' \ "an .1111 \ / / Iflt, / r)tn / hart / *