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THE MEDINA SENTINEL, MEDINA, OHIO.
PAGE TEN Medina; Ohio, August 4, 1921 I IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL JundaySchool Lesson ' (By REV. P. B. F1TZWATER, D. D., Teacher of English Bible In the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.) (. 1921, Western Newspaper Union.) LESSON FOR AUGUST 7 PAUL IN CYPRUS AND IN ANTI OCH OF PISIDIA. LESSON TEXT Acts 13:1-62. GOLDEN TEXT Ye shall be witnesses Unto me both in Jerusalem, and In all Judea, and In Samaria, and unto the ut termost part of the earth. Acts 1:8. REFERENCE MATERIAL, - Matt. 13: 11-33; "28:18-20; Mark 16:15; Luke 24:16, 47. (PRIMARY TOPIC-Adventures of Paul and Barnabas. JUNIOR TOPIC Saul Silences a Sor cerer. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC Paul Begins His Missionary Travels. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC Paul Becomes a Missionary. This marks the beginning of foreign missions as the deliberately planned enterprise of the church. I. The Gifts of the Church at Anti och (v. 1). Young as Antioeh, the new religious center, was, she had prophets and teachers. Such are essential to church life. Indeed, they are never absent from the true church. In Epheslans 4:8-15! Paul says that when Christ as cended lie gave gifts unto men for the purpose of perfecting the saints unto the work of the ministry. II. Barnabas and Saul Sent Forth (tt. St, S). While the Ave ministers were pray ing and fasting, the Spirit of God com manded them to send forth Barnabas and Saul. The work of evangelizing the world was laid so heavily upon these men that they refrained from eat ing In order to seek the will of the Lord In prayer. This Is the kind of tasting that meets God's approval. From the fact that they were directed to send forth those whom the Spirit called, we learn that the real call to Christ's service comes from the Spirit The Spirit calls and the church sec onds the motion by sending those who are called. They sent the very best men from the church at Antioeh. III. Preaching the Word of God In Cyprus (vv. 4, 5). We are not told as to why they first went to Cyprus, but we Infer that It was because It was the home of Bar nabas. It is most natural that those who have heard good news should go with it first to their kindred and friends. As thes went forth Uiev preached the Word of God; not civic righteousness, current history, philoso phy, etc. The great need today 1s Spirit-called and Splrlt-filled men preaching God's Word. IV. Withstood by Elyrnas the Sor cerer (vv. tt-12). When Barnabas and Saul by Invita tion were telling Sergius Paulus of the Word of God, Klymas maliciously sought to turn his mind from the faith. This is the first obstacle they encoun tered. This opposer is the same one who came to Adani in Kdeu aud to Jesus in the wilderness. He is the enemy of God and man. .He now seeks to bar the gospel as it enters upon its career of the conversion of the hea then. Saul denounced him in the most scathing terms, calling him the child of the devil, full of guile and villainy, and ; pronounced him the enemy of all right eousness, accusing him of perverting j the right ways of the Lard. Happily, the deputy heeded Saul's ! teaching and believed the gospel. It ! was in this' connection that Saul's j name was changed to Paul. V. In the Synagogue at Antioeh In ! Pisldia (vv. 15, 10). From Pnphos Paul and Barnabas went northward to Perga. From i Perga they went Into Antioeh In PI- j sidia, where they entered the syna gogue on the Sabbath day. Though he was sent to the Gentiles he does not depart from the order of begin ning with the Jews. After the usual reading of the Scriptures, upon the Invitation of the rulers, Paul deliv ered the discourse recorded In verses 17-41. This sermon Is worthy of care ful study. It consists of four parts: (1) Historical (vv. 17-23); apologet lcal (vv. 24-37); (3) doctrinal, (w. 88, 89) ; (4) practical (vv. 40, 41). It sets forth, the missionary message for all times and lands. Its essence should ever be the same. In this ser mon he presented the glorified and risen Christ as the Savior from sin, basing his proof upon the testimony of living witnesses and the Inspired Word. VI. The Effect of the Sermon (w. 42-52). , Many of the Jews and proselytes requested them to speak to them again. Almost the whole city came to hear the Word of God the next Sabbath. This great crowd Incited the jealousy of the Jews. This jeal ousy could not long be restrained; It broke out In open opposition. This opposition was in turn answered by Paul's rejection of them and turning to the Gentiles. Three Wraps From -France KHKaMiUMnU AM: A Question of Right But Peter and John answered and said unto them. Whether it be right in the sight of God, to hearken Unto you more than unto God, judge ye. Acts 4:l!t PHOTOGRAPHED right on the spot were these three summer wraps from France, the spot being Auteull and the time the opening day of the races. At the annual event, where fashionables foregather, the costumes worn are at least as interesting as the races. Everyone goes to see and nearly everyone to be seen, for here are presented the modes that Paris has determined to launch upon their journey around the world. A long and a short cape, and an ample, loosely adjusted, straight-banging wrap, that is quite as simple as a cape, reveal the Ideas In summer wraps that have found a welcome everywhere. It is the cape this sea son that has Impressed Itself on the imagination of the public and made a demand that causes all wraps to be more or less capelike. Once an Idea gets across in this way it remains only to develop It in innumerable Ingenious ways, to make it a universal fashion. Each of the great French designers has played with the cape Jenny made one of black "crepe morocain" and lined It with pretty colors. II reached to the bottom of the skirt and hung in two long points at each side that almost brushed the Instep. It fastened at the left side with a cut steel button and was worn over a frock made of the same materials. Silk and fiber silk in the heavy crepy weaves make beautiful wraps. One of these Is shown at the right of the three pictured in a garment which may be worn almost anywhere, The short cape-dolman at the left, In white, with black figures, Is a smart affair for smart occasions. The delightful summer wrap at the cen ter of the group might also be made of crepe and the popular canton crepe will make a fitting background fot the rich embroidery In heavy slllf done In two colors that embellishes this splendid wrap. comiawr n vdtun Htwtm uwoti fteDailu Plain Dealer 'SUM !2o (et Contents 15Fluid Prachnjj 1 CASTBRli t fAura o nun r.F.NT. 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