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Latest Announcements of Church News, Activities and Services METHODIST EPISCOPAL IWhU«) METROPOLITAN MEMORIAL “In the Heart of Old Washington." 4>, and C St*. N.W. (John Marshall Place) HARRY DAWSON MITCHELL, D. D., Minister. U A.M.—Minister will preach. “The Villain In the Tragedy” 8 P.M.—Minister will preach, “Chosen and Making the Choice” Evangelistic. Congregational song serv ice led by Mr. Jerome Marshall with his trombone. A book for every ono. Other meetings aa usual. Welcome. The National Methodist Church ' PETWORTH Giant Circle and New Hampshire ave. a.w. (Grant Circle Bus Passes the Door.) G. Ellis Williams, D. D., Minister 9:30 a.m.—Sunday school. Mr. 0. J. RAN DALL. eupt. 7:00 p.m.— Epwortli League. Miss Haybelle Bennett. leader, II a.m.—“THE POWER OF THE SPIRIT." 8 p.m.—"THE WORLD'S SAVIOUR." Splendid Music. Chorus and Quartet Choirs. Wesley Methodist Episcopal CHEVY CHASE, D. C. Connecticut ave. ami Jocelyn ft. REV. J. C. NICHOLSON. D. D. 11 H.m. ami S p.m. Service* conducted by the Pastor. 10 a.in.—Sunday school. DUMBARTON AVE. M. E. CHURCH Dumbarton ave. near Wisconsin ave. u w. REV. B. I. McGOWAN. 9:45 a.m.—Sunday school. 11:00 am.— "THE FRUIT OF THE SPIRIT.’’ 7:00 p.m.—Epwnrth League. »> 00 p.m.—"THE HOLY SPIRIT CONVICT ING OF SEN. RIGHTEOUSNESS, JUDGMENT." < ome with an earnest prayer for the services. REVIVAL MEETINGS Hamline M. E. Church 9TH AND P STREETS. Three sermons tomorrow By DR. EARL NAFTZGER, Evangelist 11:00 A.M.— “God’s Marching Orders to the Militant Church” 3:00 P.M.— “The Modem Woman, or Why Women Go Wrong” 8:00 P.M.— “The Justice of God, or Is There a Hell” Services, which are under the auspices of the Methodist Episco pal churchfs of Washington, will continue until next Thursday even ing, inclusive, beginning at 8 o’clock. Large chorus choir and special music each evening. Lincoln Road Church Idneoln road. Rhode Island ave. and V st. n.c. REV. WALTER U. McNEIL, Minister. II a .m.—Sermon l>y REY. JOHN R. EDWARDS. D. D. 8 p.m.—Sermon by the minister, “1 FRIEND OF MINE.” Luke. II 5-S. Church school, M. U, Speclman, Supt., 9:30 a.m. Bp-worth League service. 7:13 p.m. CALVARY On Columbia Road Northwest Between 14th and 15th Streets JAMES SHERA MONTGOMERY, Minister 9:oo—Calvary Bible School. Mr. Edwin Dice. Supt. 9:oo—Calvary Men's Bible Class; Judge Joseph W. Thompson. Teacher, Mr. diaries C. Murray, President. 11:00—Public Worship with Sermon by the MINISTER on the subject: “A MESSAGE TO THE CHRISTIAN MAN IN BUSINESS” . SPECIAL Ml'SlC'j Anthem. "Come Unto Me." Stainer. Offertory, quartet, "Opt of the Deep," Wirlz. C;oo—Epworth League Social Hour with refreshments. 7:00 —Epworth League Devotional Hour. S:oo—Public Worship with Sermon—Lecture by DR. MONTGOMERY on the subject: “DR* JEKYLL AND MR* HYDE” SPECIAL MLSICi Anthem. "My Defense Is Os God," Kuhn. Offertory, quartet, "O Saving Victim,” Gounod. GEORGE HAROLD MILLER, DIRECTOR OF CHURCH MUSIC; LEWIS CORNING ATWATER, CHURCH ORGANIST. Church doors open In the evening at 7:30. All pews free to the people. FOUNDRY CHURCH Sixteenth Near P Street N*W. Green Busses Pass the Door REV. HERBERT F* RANDOLPH, D, D„ Minister 11 a.in.—Dr. Randolph Preaches — “THE CHRISTIAN” (not Hall Caine's) 8 p.m.—Doors open at 7:3O—COMMUNITY SONG SERV ICE—THE GREAT HYMNS OF THE SOUL. Sermon— “LOST SOULS; SAVED SOULS” Thursday at 7 ;45 p.m. —Fifth in the series on “THE APOS TLES CREED IN MODERN LIFE/’ This church unites in the union service at Mainline Church. 9th and P streets. “AND THE FOLKS ARE FRIENDLY” d”>X~X~X~XKK^KKK~X-X~X*<*»X~X~X~X~X-'X~X~X"X“X“X“X~X">2* | McKENDREE CHURCH | j; (The Red Brick Church) | *:* .Mass. Ave. N.W. Bet. 9th and 10th Streets X % Chas. A. Shreve, Pastor | * SERVICES X -!• Sunday, 9;JO a.m., Sunday School. 11 am, Public Worship, 7 pm., X X Epworth League. 8 p.m., Evangelistic Service * Tuesday, 2to 5 p.m.—Service of Prayer for the Healing of the Sick, y Thursday, 8 p.m.—Bible Study and Prayer. X X Friday, 8 pm.—Pentecostal Meeting. A t DO YOU KNOW? X v x ♦> 1. That God is working today in Washington us He did in the time V •> of the Apostles? X y 2. That at this Church people are receiving the baptism of the Holy X Y Spirit as we read of the disciples doing In the Book of Acts? X X Pentecostal meeting every Friday night. X Y 3. That at this same Church every Tuesday afternoon, from 3t05. a A Y service of prayer is held for the healing of the sick and afflicted? A X 4. That at these meetings a large number of persons have been healed A of many different kinds of diseases and give testimonies each •> A week to their deliverances? ♦> A 3. That You. whether a resident or strangei-, saint oi sinner, friend or Y A enemy, are always welcome to all these meetings, and that a V .£ svmpathetic band of earnest Christians is always present to Y •> join you in prayer, whatever may be your need? X EVERYBODY WELCOME ALL THE TIME | vvv i‘ v ,"»'vvv*«'vvv‘«*v v v*»* vv vv v v v*l* v*X**X**.'v v.* EVERY MEMBER CANVASS. Fifty Men to Visit Homes or Pres byterian Congregation. The Western Presbyterian Church will conduct an every-member can vass tomorrow afternoon. The can vass will start at 2 p.m.. when fifty men will go into the homes of the congregation. At 5 o’clock a supper will be served in the church parlors. A charge will be given to the canvassers at the morning service by the pastor. Rev. J. H. Dunham. SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS. The People’s Tabernacle *"w V Eldrr C. Sheife, minister.* ServW Sunday. 7:SO p.m. Subject: **The Meeting of Elijah and Ahs.b. M • METHODIST PROTESTANT. First M. P. Church 4th at. war G a.e. REV. O. J. HOOKER, Minister. 9 :39 a.m.—Sunday school. 31 a.m. and 8 p.m.—Sermons by the minister. Men's adult Bible class —0:30 a.m. Christian Endeavor—7:ls p.m. the cnruni with a welcome. NORTH CAROLINA AVENUE N. (\ Ave., BUi ond R St*. R.E RKV. P. W. CROSBY., Pastor. 0:45 a.m.—Sunday aohool. 11:00 a.m. ami 8 p.m.—Preaching by tha pastor. 7:15 p.m.—Tntormodiato Christian Kndftavor RHODE ISLAND AVENUE Rhode Island avo. at Ist st. n.w. HEV. G. I. HUMPHREYS, D. D., Pastor. Services u a.m. and 8 p.m. Christian Endeavor—7 P.M. METHOD! Sf~EPfSCOPA lTWhi^T lowa Ave* M. E. Church 14th and Emerson n.w. "THE COMMUNITY CHURCH.” HARRY EYAUL. Pastor. 9:43 a.m.—Sunday school. 11 ;00 a.m.— Dr. Guy Fitch Phelps 7:00 p.m.—Epworth League. 8:00 p m.-"WHO ARE SAVED 1” TRINITY M. E. CHURCH sth St. and Pa. Ave. S.E. Joseph Dawson, Pb. D., Pastor Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. Sermon by the pastor. 11. Subject— “ Saving a Soul From Death” Sermon by the pastor. 7:30 p.m. Subject— “ The Unpardonable Sin” Epwnrth League. 0:43 p m. WAUGH M* E* CHURCH 3rd and A Streets N.E. Rev. Howard F. Downs, Pastor 9:30 a.m.—Sunday school. J1:00 a.m. — “In Safe Keeping” 7:00 p.m.—Epworth League. 8:00 p.m.—Evangelistic service. “Joy in Heaven” Rosedale M. E. Church 410 Tenn. ave. n.c.—REV. C. E. LINGER. Minister—9:43 a.m., Sunday school; 11 •.m., preaching; 7 p.m., Epworth League. Evening service, 7:45. Douglas Memorial Rev. EDWARD HAYES, D.D., Pastor 9:30a.m., Sunday school: 7 p.m., Epworth League. II a.m.—DR. HATES WILL PREACH. 8 p.m.—Fourth sermon to aeries on “Great Places and Experi ences in the Life of Jesus” A SERIES APPROPRIATE TO LENT. Fine audiences ana free Beatings for *ll. Good music. COME BRING ANOTHER THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY. MARCH 10, 1923. ANSWERS TO THE FOIST 10 QUESTIONS 1. (a) The birth of Jesus Chriat caused a division in the world’s cal endar of time, designated as B. C. (Before Christ) and A. D. (Anno Domini, After Christ). Encyclo pedias. (b) Andrew said to Simon Peter, his brother. We have found the Messias (Messiah), which is, being Interpreted, the Christ.—John, 1.41. Comment; Observe throughout the difference in Old Testament and New Testament spelling of the same names. (o) Isaiah said. The Lord himself shall give you a sign; Be hold, a virgin shall bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel.—lsaiah, 7.14. (d) The angel Instructed both Joseph and Mary to name their child JESUS, as He would save the people from, their sins.—Matthew, 1.21,25; Luke, 1.31. 2. (a) Upon reaching Jerusalem the wise men asked. Where is He that is born King of the Jews? —Matthew. 2.2. (b) The angels said to the shep herds, Unto you Is born this day in the Cltv of David a Savior, which Is Christ the Lord.—Luke. 2.11, (c) The angel said unto Mary, The Lord shall give unto Him the throne of His Y. M. C. A. PHYLLIS WHEATLEY V. W. C. A. 901 Rhode Island itp. Vesper Service. Sunday, 4 p.m. UNDENOMINATIONAL. Midday Lenten Services KEITH’S THEATER DAILY 12:25 to \ O'Clock INSPIRING ADDRESSES Every One Invited No Collections METHODIST ‘EPISCOPAL SOUTH. EPWORTH ’ THE GOOD-WILL CHURCH. M. E, Church South | I3lh ST. AT X. CAROLINA AVE. N.E. ‘ ! Rev. John Paul Tyler, D. D., Pastor t 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.—Morning- Wor ship . ! 7 :oo—Epworth League. B:oo—Evangelistic Service. Large Chorus Choir and Quartet. All Protestant Christians without a . i church home are invited to unite with us. QTT PATTT S Street ° 1 • rAUL At Second N.W. J. JUDSON RINGER, Pastor. CHURCH SCHOOL—9:3O a.m. TOCXG MEN’S CLASS, Mr. R. O. Mullikin. Teacher. 11 a.m.—Communion Servj et . 7 p.m.—Epworth League. 8 p.m.—Sermon. * Thursday. 8 p.m.. Prayer snd Praise. Georgetown M, E. South' QUB ST. BETWEEN 30th AND 31st Rev. W. A. Lynch, Pastor 11:00 a.m.—"The Godly Homo.” 8:00 p.m.—"A layman’s Lenten Text.” I Marvin M. E. Church South 10th und B Sts. S.W. CLAUDE M. HESSER. Minister. 11:00 a.m.—Pastor will preach 8:00 p.m.—Rev. E. A. Lambert 9:3o—Sunday school. 7. Enwortli League MT. PLEASANT M. E. South 16th ST. NEAR LAMO.NT N.W. Rev. Clifton K. Ray PASTOR. 1 9:30* m —Sunday school and Bible classes. Men 8 Bible f.lase-Tracy L. Jeffords, teacher. Ladles Bible ( lass—Homer J. Councilor speaker. 11 *J!k^2? orn,n * Pastor's subject, Where to Find God” 7 p.m.—Kpworth L/'«gu*'. -i-rSJ J*"~ Evc £l B * or? hip. Pastor’* subject. What Every Man Should Seek After” Music at morning and evening hv the double quartet of the church. If you are a stranger or without a church home in Washington, come Sunday and join with ÜB. j Mount Vernon Place Church I The Representative Church <M. E. Church South) 9th and Massachusetts Avenue Clovis G. Chappell, Pastor. M. Leo Rippy, Asst. Pastor 11 A.M.—Sermon by REV. F. S. ONDERDONK. Overflow Service—Sermon by Dr. Chappell. 7:4o—Every night except Saturday—lnspirational Song Serv ice, under direction of R. Dean Shure. 8:00 P.M.—Sermon by REV. F. S. ONDERDONK. \ • I Special Revival Services Sunday Epworth ■,si. Every Night Except .l«m Vinton ££ Saturday S 11 A.M. * Come. father David.—Luke. 1.32. (d) Isaiah prophetically said, Unto us a child is born, unto u» a son Is given; and the government shall be upon His shoul der; and His name shall be called Wonderful. Counselor, the Mighty (rod, the Everlasting Father. the Prince of Peace. Os the increase of His government and peace there shall be no end.—lsaiah, 9.6,7. 3. (a) According to a prophecy by Mlcah, under the everlasting ruler, the remnant of Judah would be among the Gentiles in the midst of many people.—Mlcah. 5.2.8. (b) The chief priests told Herod It was prophesied that the Christ would be liorn In Bethlehem of Judea. —Mat- thew, 2.5; Mlcah, 5.2. (c) Fearing the futuer power of the new-born Christ, Herod commanded all chil dren In Bethlehem under two years of age to be slain.—Matthew. 2.16. (d) Joseph and Mary tied to Egypt, as instructed by the angel, and thus saved their child.—Matthew, 2.13. 4. (a) The angel appeared to Joseph in Egypt, as promised saying arise and take the young child and his mother, and go into the land of Israel, for they are dead which sought the young child’s life. —Matthew 2. 19, 20. (b) When Joseph heard that the son of Herod reigned, he turned aside and went to Zazareth. a city of Gali lee.— Matthew. 2. 22, 23. (c) Luke, the physician, devoted two long chapters to relating the details connected with the miraculous birth of John and of Jesus.—Luke 1. Colossians, 4.14. (d) Matthew alone relates the following Incidents In the early life of Jesus: The visit of the wise men, the slaying , of the innocents and the flight into Egypt.—Matthew. 2. 12-IS. 5. (a) Matthew begins his biog raphy by referring to Jesus as the son of David and of Abraham.—Matthew, 1.1. (b> Matthew traced the lineage of Jesus through David’s son Solomon. —Matthew, 1. 6. 7. (c) Luke traced the Uncage of Jesus through David’s son Nathan.— Luke, 3.31. (d) Luke tra/*>d the existence of Jesus back to God through Adam.—Luke. 3.88. 6. (a) John traced the existence of Jesus still further back by saying lie was with God In the creating of the world.—John, 1.1. (b) Mark be METHODIST EPISCOPAL (Colored) Haven M. E. Church 14tii and B *ts. nnd Mas*, ave a e (SPECIAL OFFICIAL RALLY.) 9 :o0 a.m.—Sunday notion! hour. I 1 ■ ni - P-ui. —Preaching by the pastor. .1:39 p.m.—Sermon by B*v. J. w. Manokee, pastor of St. Paul A. V. M. P. Church. invited*'" 0 r * ,I(J ron *"** ,lon most cordially STRANGERS ARE WELCOME. Brown Memorial A. M* E. 14th and B tta. and North Carolina are. D.e. 9:Joa.m.—Sunday school. 11:00 a.m.—Preaching by (he pastor. 6:30 p.m.—A. C, E. League. . ■ —Series of sermons by pastor. All Welcome. REV. O, E. Jones. Pastor. * Israel Metropolitan C* M. IL Church Ist and B sts. s.w REV. C. L. RUSSELL. D. D„ Palter. 9:30 a.m.—Sunday school. II :00 a m —Subject. “Doing a Great ’Work.” 6:30 p.m.—Epworth League. 7:30 p.m.—Address. “Education and Rail- gion” by Dean Kelly Miller. Miles Memorial C. M, E. Church 0 3rd »t. bet. L and V Y. ave. n w REV. M. L. BREEDING, Miaiater. 9:30 a.m.—Sunday school. 11 ;00 a.m.—Pastor’s Subject. “What Shall We Believe About Hell 6:30 p.m.—Epworth League. 8:00 p.m.—Preaching. YOU ABE WELCOME METROPOLITAN WESLEY A, M. E. ZION CHURCH II street s.w. l>et, 2nd and 3rd sts. H. J. CALLIB. Pastor. 31:00 a m.—"THE PASSWORD TO THE * KINGDOM.” 6;00 p.m.—Christian Endeavor. 7:30 p.m.—’’THE. RESURRECTION PRATER.” Special music by our choir. • Woman’s Day! Galbraith A. M. E. Zion Chnrcb 6fbst. bet. L and M sts. n.w. WM. D. BATTLE, Faator. 9 :30 a.m.—Sunday school and Bible classes. 10:30 a.m.—Pre-Prayer service. 11 am —Preaching by RT. REY. J, S. CALDWELL. D. D.. of Philadelphia. P*. Senior Bishop of A. M. E. Zion Church. 3:30 P.m.- PLATFORM MEETING. Promi nent Women Speakers. 6:30 p.m.—Varick Christian Endeavor. S p.m.— Pageant. “The Women of the Bible.” YOU ARE WELCOME TO OUIt SERVICES. * Union Wesley A. M. E. Son Church <23rd Between L and M N.W. I Rev. E. I>. W. JONES. Minister. 0 :30 a.m.—Sunday school and Bible classes. 11:00 a.m. —“A Wise Choice.” Holy Communion. 6:00 p.m.—Varick C. E. Mr. Edward Frost, Leader. 8:00 p.m.—“The Man and the Sparrow.” John Wesley A. M. E. Zion Church Corner 14th and Corcoran tta. n.w. REY. W. O. CARRINGTON, Paitor. 9:30 u.m.—Sunday sehool and Bible classes. 10:45 i.m.-':THE PROBLEM OF THE MULTITUDE.” Soloist, Mr, W. H. Barnes. 0:00 p in.—Christian Endeavor meeting. 7:45 p.m—"VICARIOUS FAITH.” These services will help YOU. Central Methodist Episcopal Church Gtb BETWEEN M AND N STS. N.W. Sunday school—9:3o a.m. Preaching—ll a.m. and 8 p.m. REY. WILLIAM J. TYLER, B. D., Pastor. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Ebenezer M. E. Church Comer 4th and D st*. a.e. REY. J. W. WATERS, Minister. 9:36 a.in.—Sunday school hour. 11:00 a.m.—Holy Communion. 5:30 p.m.—Epworth league. 730 p.m.—- Holy Communion. EVERYBODY WELCOME. METHODIST EPISCOPAL SOUTH. METHODIST EPISCOPAL, SOUTH gins his biography with the story of the messenger who told the people to get ready for the coming of the Dord. thus making a highway in their hearts. Mark, 1.2. \ (c) Ex cepting verses 26 to 56 through th* entire first chapter, Luke tells of Zacharias and his sacred experiences. —Luke, I. (d) The angel, in appear ing to Zacharias, stood on the right side of the altar of Incense.—Luke 1. 11. 7. (a) When Zacharias doubted the message, the angel announced, I am Gabriel, that stand In the pres ence of God, and am set to speak unto thee, and to show thee these glad tidings.—Luke, 1.19. (b) For doubting the message, the angel paid to Zacharias, Behold, thou ehalt be dumb and not able to speak until the day that these things shall be performed.—Luke, 1.20. (c) The angel Informed Zacharias that his child would turn many of Israel to the Lord, and would make ready a people for the Lord.—Luke, 1.16. (d> After those days, the wife of Zaoh arias conceived and hid herself for five months.—Luke, 1.24. 8. (a) 81x months later God sent the angel Gabriel to visit a virgin I In Nazareth, whose name was Mary, | saying. Hail, thou that art highly | favored among women.—Luke, 1.26-28. I (b) Twenty verses tell of the visit lof Gabriel to Mary.—Luke, 1.26-56. I (c) The angel said to Mary of her Son, He shall reign over the houg; of Jacob forever; and of His king dom there shall be no end. —Luke, 1.33. (d) When Mary doubted the message, the angel Bald. The Holy Ghowt shall come upon thee and the rpower of the Highest shall over shadow thee.—Luke, 1.35. 9. (a) The angel told Mary that Elisabeth, also had conceived and explained that with God nothing shall be Impossible.—Luke, 1.36-37. Com pare Genesis 18.14 and Jeremiah 32.17. (b) Mary’s submissive reply was, Behold the handmaid of the Lord; be it unto me according to thy Lord.— Luke, 1.38. (o) After Mary had con ceived, Instead of hiding herself, she went to the hill country of Juda to visit Iter cousin Elizabeth.—Luke, 1.39- (d) When Mary called as she was entering the house, it was revealed to Elizabeth that Mary was to be the mother of the Lord—Luke 1.40- 10. (a) Ten verses record the out burst of Joy that flowed from the lips of Mary r when she found that God had revealed to Elizabeth what He had revealed to herself.—Luke, 1.46-55. (b) Mary' was the guest of Elizabeth and Zacharias three months, then returned to Nazareth.— Luke, 1.56. to) God I tad said to David, thine house and they king dom shall be established forever. - Samuel, 7.16. (d) In the angel's announcement, he said to Man-, that holy thing that shall be bom of thee shall ho called the Son of God.— Luke, 1.85. (Copyright. 1923, by Louise Harding Etrii.) OTHER SERVICES. HALL MISSION 823 LA AVE. N.W. Quarterly Missionary Meeting. Service Every Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Prayer meeting Thursday «r 8 p.m. at the , above address. CHRISTIAN. H St. Christian P. A. Cave, Pastor 9:43 a.m. —Bible echoo:. 11:00 a.m.—Worship, with sermon hr pastor 6:00 p.m. —GET-TOGETHER SUPPER for member* and friecds of the church. Good music. speeches and a fin- fellowship. VERMONT AVENUE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Vermont nrc. north of N st. REY. EARLE WILE LEY, IX. D,, Faster. 9:43 a.m.—Bible sehool. Crusaders’ Dav. 11—“ THE DIVINE UNITIES”' 8 P.M.—GLIMPSES OF EGYPT, TURKEY AND THE RHINE.” An Illustrated lecture-sermon. Special music at both services bv choir, mixed snd male quartets, led by W. L. Uralthwalto. 7 p.m.—Christian Endeavor meetings. Park View Christian Church Park road esst of Georgia are. WALTER I*. SMITH. Minister. Preaching, 11 a.m.—“The Secoad Adveat.” 7:43 p.m.—“What Lack I Ystl” Bible school. 9:30 a.m. Junior and Senior C. F... 4:30 and 6:30 p.m. Junior church. 11 a.m. Fourteenth Street Church of Christ (Disciples) Preaching and Communion every Lord's Day at 11 am. and 7:43 p.m. Bible class and prayer meeting every Tuesday and Thursday, at 7:4C p.m. T. »■ TAUNTON. Minister. Columbia Heights Christian Church Park Road West of 14th Bt. REY. B. H. MELTON. Pastor, 9 :30—Bible school. 11:00 and 8 p.m.—Sermon by the pastor. NINTH STREET CHRISTIAN CHURCH 9th and D sts n.e. Bible School at g l3O a.m. Communion and Morning worship at 11 o’clock. Evening-Services at 7:45, Every one welcome at all services. Rev. C. R. Stauffer. Pastor 412 SEVENTH STREET N.E. 15th St. Christian Church IBth and D St*. B.E. O. N. JARBETT, Minister. 9:43 a.m. —Bible school. Bupt.. Raymond Solby. 10:50 a.m.—Communion and preaching. Sub ject: “LET TOUR LIGHT HHINK.” 8.00 p.m.—Presrhlng. Subject, „ “A CHANGE OF HEART.” COMMUNITY BIBLE CONTEST Second 10 of 100 Questionson Jesus Christ “The King of Kings.” (Subdivided) 11. (a) How many verses, and which, of Luke record the words of Zacharias when his little son was born? (b) According to Zacharias, for how long a time had prophets foretold that Israel would be redeem ed? (c) When prophesying the coming of the Lord, what did Zacharias foresee would be the mission of his own child? (d) In the latter part of his prophecy, what social condition did Zacharias say would result from the teachings of John and Jesus, and into what would their teachings guide us? 12. (a) What was the development of John as a child in Judea? (b) A few months after the birth of John, where wer* Joseph and Mary, and why there? (c) When Jesus was born, what remarkable experience came to shepherds who were watching their flocks in a field by night? •(d) How did the angels celebrate the birth of Jesus? «. 13. (a) What notable family, ancestors of David, lived in Bethlehem during (Ruth, 1.4) the time of the judges? (b) What happened to David in Bethlehem when he was a youth, that the place should be called the City of David? (c) VV'hen the wise men wandered in search of the Christ-child, to what city did the miraculous star first guide them? (d) When the wise men asked of the people. Where is He that is born king of the Jews, what did Herod do? 14. (a) What reply did the chief priests and scribes give to Herod? (b) Where did Micah prophesy the remnant of Israel would be when the everlasting ruler would be born? Micah, 5. (c) In the ninth chapter of his writings, how did Isaiah describe the child-ruler that would be born, and of what was He to be the prince? (d> What name was applied to the descendant of Jesse, whose character is described by Isaiah in the eleventh chapter of his writings? 15. (a) What did Isaiah prophesy that the "branch” would set up, who would be attracted, and what is said of His rest? Isa.. 11. (b) What did Isaiah say the branch would do for Israel and Judah? (c) In Luke 2. for what was the good man Simeon of Jerusalem waiting? (d) What had been revealed to him by the Holy Ghost? 16. (a) With the infant Jesus in his arms, what did Simeon say that Jesus would be for the Gentiles, and for Israel? (b) What sorrowful prophecy did Simeon make to Alary which she probably did not under stand at the time? (c) What very old woman, who had' been a widow for eighty-four years, came in as Simeon was prophesying, and also rec ognized Jesus as Israel’s redeemer? (d) What offering selected by Mary is considered incomplete when measured by the Old Testament law, but complete- when measured by the New- Testament teachings? Lev., 12. 17. (a) When Jesus was found in the temple, what question did he ask his mother which was to her perplexing? (b) As a descendant of David, what right had Jesus to call God His Father? Jer., 31.9. (c) How did Jesus develop during his “teens” and to whom was he subject? (d) If Jesus assisted Joseph in his work, which He probably did, what was His vocation? 18. (a) When Jesus was about thirty years old. what young man, also about thirty, appeared as a powerful preacher in Judea? (b) For v.hat reason did Jesus leave His home- in Nazareth and go to Judea? (c) In the third chapter of both Matthew and Luke, how many, and which, verses tell of some of the things John said in his preaching? (d) What method of dressing did John adopt that, evidently, caused the people to think he was Elijah returned to earth? Compare II Kings, I. 19. (a) What two classes of people did John fearlessly liken to vipers because of their venomous words and deeds? (b) When the peo ple asked John what they should do. what did he reply? (c) When the publicans and the soldiers asked what they should do, what reply did John make to them? (d) When John was asked if he were the Christ, or if he was Elijah, what did he frankly reply? 20. (a) What did the people seem to think John ought not to do if he were not the Christ, nor Elias (Elijah)? Comment: Observe the dif ference in the Old Testament and New Testament spelling of the same names, (b) What had Isaiah (Esaias) prophesied concerning John and the Lord? Compare Isa.. 40.31. (c) Which verses in Isaiah 40 beauti fully describe the Lord in prophecy? (d) After Jesus had been bap tized. in what affectionate words did John refer to him? tCopyright. 1923. Louise Harding Etrii.) MISSION IS PLANNED. Rev. E. C. Jennin. Visiting Arch bishop. to Conduct Service. Rev. Edward C. Jermin. arch deacon of the diocese of Michigan, will con duct a mission at the Church of the Incarnation, 12th and N streets, dur ing holy week. NEW THOUGHT. National Science of Truth Association “Die Truth and Your Business” CHAN. H. WATTS of Philadelphia. Speaker—St % DAY', at 8 P.M. “THE UNIVERSAL CHALLENGE.” JULIA SEATON—AT 3 P.M. SPECIAL HEALING MEETING. Wednesday, at 8 p.m. ADA RAINEY. LEADER. THE PLAYHOUSE 1814 K STREET N.W. ' A cordial invitation Is extended to all to attend. New Civilization Church 1731 ETB ST. N.W. LEAGUE FOR LARGER LIFE, at 8 p.m. Julia Scton, M. D.» Speaker Subject—“THE NEWEST THOUGHT.” Dr. Seton speaks at the Playhouse, 1814 N n.w., at 8 p.m. Subject— "THE ETERNAL CHALLENGE,” EVERYBODY WELCOME. • t f t t iti rw v ■ society of Washington Viva M. and Gamctt January Christian Metaphysicians NEW HOME. 1326 Eye Street Northwest (Near th® 14th. and H Streets stop of both carUnes) Consecration services and Inspiring Lectures and Sing ing even’ night at 8 o’clock for one week, beginning tonight. Sunday, 8 p.m. "THE POWER OF IMAGINATION" Literature and Reading Room Personal and Class Instruction in Christian Healing. CENTRAL UNION MISSION. CENTRAL UNION' MISSION. Central Union Mission | 622 Louisiana Ave. N.W. John S. Bennett/ Supt. THE MISSION OF THE CHURCHES Services every night at 8 o’clock. Sundays—3 and 7 :45 p.m. Sunday, March 11. 11 a.m.—Service at Occoquan Workhouse. 3 p.m.—Mission Chapel; Calvary Baptist C. E. in charge. 7 ;45 p.m.—Mission Auditorium. Inter-Church* Quartet Come Hear Them WILL YOU HELP IN THE BRICK SELLING CONTEST 7,000 Bricks at $5.00 Each —Will be on sale from March 15 to April 1, in order to raise the $35,000 needed to start the new building. Make checks payable to Merritt O. Chance. Treasurer, and send to THE CENTRAL UNION MISSION, 622 Louisiana Ave. N.W. WOMEN WILL SPEAK. Mrs. Lake and Miss Kaminski on Missionary Society Program. Mrs. William Alien Wilbur will lead the devotional service at the an nual meeting of the Woman’s Mis sionary Society at 11 o’clock a-m. March 13 at Calvary Baptist Church. Mrs. John Lake, a returned mission ary from Canton, CWna, and Miss Mil dred Kaminski, who is Christian ! Americanisation secretary of the At lantic district, will speak. Officers I for the ensuing fiscal year will be I chosen. Mrs. L. Ballenger will pre- I side as hostess, while luncheon will | be served by the Ladles’ School Clr j clc. NEW THOUGHT. All Students of Truth Are welcomed at the residence of Mrs. Annie E. Carter, £605 Mozart place a.w., ; Every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon at ! —36. during March, for training in personal ; healing, Bible Interpretation and Studv Course* i m Practical Christianity. Miss Filler and Miss Neafle, teachers. Voluntary offering*. • National Center of Christ Healing 812 17th St. N.W. Meeting*—Sunday aervlce at 4 p.m. I _ Wednesday, Sympoaium at 3 p.m. I Practitioners; Emma Gray. Geo. £. Ricker nnd Leona Feathers. BIBLE QUESTION CONTESTRETURNS High Standing of Excellence Reported of the Answers Received. Returns received during' the past week from the first ten of 100 ques- * tlons in the fifth community Bible question contest of the Bible depart ment of the District of Columbia Fei! eration of Women’s Clubs give lnd,’ cation of considerable interest, a cording to those in charge. The high standard of excellency u, the answers, the committee in charg*- states, is a credit to the contestant? It is pointed out by the committee that references should be given. slight deduction will be made for th omlsslon of references. fAllowance will be made for omissions In ques tions 1 to 10). Certificates will be presented to all who attain a ratio* of TO per cent or more. Suggestion* to Contestants. It is recommended that contestant* follow first the account as given b. ; Matthew; if the answer is not found there, to turn next to the book of Duke. If the answer is found in othei than the two books named, the nan of the book and the number of tb chapter will be indicated. Tlv prophecies of the Old Testament ar the remaining books of the New Tes tament will be used as refterer.ee books. Children twelve years of age en-i under, who answer one division o r each question correctly will bo marl ed 100. Toung people between twelv. and eighteen years will receive 1C ■ for any two divisions of each que: tlon; seniors above eighteen years t ) age are expected to answer all for divisions. Pinned to the contestant's pap<- there must be a sealed envelope, co: tainlng the name of the contestar. age. street address, section of cit\ birthplace and birth date. Each cot’ teßtant Is requested to name Un church, Sunday school, or other o: he or she represent* (Seniors above eighteen are privi leged to omit age. If for any ream they so desire, by saying "abo eighteen.” Method of Awarding Prises. Awards will be much the same a.- In previous contests; for seniors, $: and S 5; for young people, betwee twelve and eighteen years of age, ?r. and $3; for children, twelve years old and under, $3 and $2. If funds per mlt, there will be given a specia * award to the person above ninety years of age having the hlghev rating, also to the organization hav ing the largest number of contest ants. Any version of the Bible may be used. Including the Douay. Paper* are to be addressed care of Genera i Federation of Women’s Clubs, 1784 N street northwest. Contestants are requested to see that envelopes carr- - the proper amount of postage. All papers must he received by noon o*” the Saturday following the publica- Uon of the questions. Twenty Sunday schools are repr<- sen ted in the contest. Answers to the first ten questions together with the second ton questions are printed In an adjoining column. TRINITY CHURCH SERVICE. Rev. D. R. Covell to Speak on “Dig- . aster and Indestructibility.” At Trinity diocesan Church. David Ransom Coveil will preach tomorrow at 11 a.m. on ’’Disaster and Inde structibility.” At 8 p.m. there w-ill bo a special service for Crvptic Mason* at which Perry Weldner will speak on "Fidelity.” At this service there will be a special musical progra.— and the general public Is welcome. Rev. J. J. Dimon will lead the dio cesan class in Christian social service at 8 p.m. Monday. The topic is ‘Th-A Christian and Industry,” and several experts on this topic have expressed their intention of being present to take part in the discussion. Tuooflav night at S o’clock Dr. D. C. Main will give bis fourth lecture on "Psycho analysis’’ in Trinity Communltv House. This lecture is free and open to the general public. The topic th-*: week is "Domestic Relations.” FRIENDS. Friends Meeting 1811 Eye St. N.W. Meeting at n a.m. First day (Sunday) school—lo a.m All ARE INVITED, FRIENDS (ORTHODOX) 13tb and Irving sts. n.w. 8. 8., 8:43. Meeting for worship, 11 a.m C. 8., 6:30 p.m. ALL WELCOME UNITARIAN. ' (ALL SOULS’ CHURCH I FOUNDED 1821. Ulysses G. B. Pierce, D. D. Minister. f SERVICES IN B. F. KEITH S THEATER During Construction of New Church. 9:4B— Sunday school. 11:00 —Morning worship. Ser mon by the minister— “THE NEW SINAI— j Its Sanctions” | GOSPEL PREACHING at 7:45 pan?, by ' CHARLES F. REIGNER OF BALTIMORE. MD. Jn the Assembly Hall, 14th 6T. AND PENNA. AVB. 8.8. All Cordially Inrlted. * CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE / CHURCHES OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST’ BRANCHES OF. THE MOTHER CHURCH, THE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, IN BOSTON, MASS. First Church of Christ, Scientist* Colombia road and Euclid at. Second Church of Christ, Scientist. N.E. Matonlc Temple, Bth and F at*. N.E. Third Church of Christ, Scientist* Masonic Temple, 13th at. and N. T. are. Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist* The Arcade. 14th at. and Park rd. SUBJECT— “MAN” SERVICES— Sunday, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL—II a.m. WEDNESDAY EVENING MEETINGS— -8 o’clock. READING ROOMS: ISIS F ST. N.W.. Hoorn 6UB— 0 to v (except Wednei.l*. , 9 to 7, and Sundays and holidays, 2:30 to 6:80). 148 EAST CAPITOL ST.— Hours, 11 to 8 (except Wednesdays, It to 6; Sundays, 2:30 to 0:30. Cloatd holidays). COLORADO BLDG.. 14tb and G Sta— Honrs, 10 to 9 (Wed., 10 to 7, and bun. and holidays, 2:30 to 6:30). THE ARCADE, 14th and Park road I (Second Floor) 10 to 0:90 week days; alaa 7 t* 9 p m. (except Wedneadaya).