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(To be continued )
NEW MARKET.
Dec 28, 1914.
David Carrier left Friday for a visit
with his sister, Mrs Lowell Fawley,
and other relatives at Peebles.
Ambsla Shelton and wire, of east of
Hillsboro, spent Thursday and Friday
with the latter's parents, Rev J.
nollingsworth and wife.
John Luck arid wife, of Lynchburg,
were the guests of J D. Van Winkle
and family, Thursday,
A. N. Dunn and family, G. G. Rob
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j of Chas. Tice and family, near Buford.
P. S. Bell and family had as their
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j and Forest Emery and family. They
also entertained a number of relatives
at dinner Sunday In honor of their
son, Mack, who Is spending his vaca
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Oscar Pigott, of Springfield, is spend
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I Roy Harshbarger. wife and daugh
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Effort McCoy and wife, of Miller's
Chapel, and Ervln Carrier, of Danvijle,
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Ed. Williamson and family were the
gnestsof relatives near Belfast a few
days last week.
Clyde Holllngsworth and wife, of
Springfield, are the guestsj-of Rev J.
H. Holllngsworth and family.
John custer, of Chillicothe, 111., was
called here last week on account of
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Nelson Barrere, wife and son and
Martha Barrere spent Friday with
Homer Catlin and family.
Aunt Harriet Roberts fell against
the stove one day last week, burning
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She is getting along very nicely.
Mrs. Margaret Gibler Is the guest of
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Mary Ellen Stewart has sold her
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LESSON FOR JANUARY 3
GOD'S PATIENCE WITH ISRAEL.
LESSON TEXT Jurist 2.M3
GOT DFV Ti;XT-X sill hinl their batk
fillcllm?. I will loe them freoly. Hos 14 4
This year we again return to the
history of the chosen people and fol
low them through the reriod of the
Judges, the days of the monarchy un
der Saul, Darin" and Solomon, and the
divided kingdom In the times of Eli
jah, Amos. Hosea and Jonah, down to
the time of Daniel during the cap
tivity. I. Another Generation, vv. 7-10.
During the days of Joshua Israel
servpd Jehovah, but his Influence did
not last long after his death. Ever
and anon God must needs raise up
a Joshua to lead his church. We
have another "Joshua" Jesus who
Is ever with his people and we do
not need any earthly leader (Ps. G2:5;
Phil. 212). Still God is working
through human agents and in every
crisis raisps up his spirit-clothed
leaders. No doubt this "another gen
pratlon" honored .ToBhua as a hero
but they did not follow In his obedi
rncp to Jehovah It Is easy to dls
i libs Hod's mighty deeds among men
In calling them mths and traditions,
or to dmy thp "accuracy of the rec-o-ds."
Doubtless the Israelites fplt
tln-Ir obligations to their neighbors
and feilow-trlbesmen. but they lost a
realizing sense of their obligations to
God.
Sin of Idolatry.
II. They forsook the Lord, w.
11:13. Backsliding Israel Is a prov
erb Over and again there was a re
turn to true worship and just as
often a forsaking For centuries Je
hovah bore with, forgave, restored
and punished this "stiffnecked" peo
ple, until the final overthrow and cap
tivity burned into their consciousness
the sin of idolatry The reason for
this was their disobedience In not
putting out of the land "the gods ot
the peoples that were round about
them." Liberality of this sort always
results in spiritual ruin. A nation's
ideals about God not alone determine
Its moral status but eventually its
physical and temporal welfare as well.
Their way was not evil In their own
sight and doubtless they were con
sidered very progressive, and their
course an evidence of greater wisdom
than that of their fathers but it
was "evil in the sight of the Lord"
We do not understand that theso
Israelites took up the worship of
Haal, the sun god, with all of its
abominations at once, but rather
sought a combination, a compromise
worship, which of course led to the
inevitable forsaking of God Verse 13
indicates the base ingratitude of
such a course for he it was "which
brought them out of the land of
Egypt" (Titus 2-14, 2 Pet. 2:1).
III. The Anger of the Lord, w.
14, 15. There is no anger like that of
outraged love. We are apt to forget
the other attributes of God, those of
Justice, holiness and purity and that
God can not look upon iniquity (Hab.
1:13). The light men enjoy only
heightens and makes more black their
offenses. God's angc can "wax hot"
and here he "delivered them into the
hands of the spoilers that spoiled
them."
God Keep Hie Promises. '
IV. And the Lord Raised Up
Judges, R. V. vv. 16-19. These wero
men who Mt the bitterness of tho
distress of their nation. God keeps
to the letter his promises, both of
blessing and of punishment, but "In
wrath he remembers mercy." These
judges had higher aspirations than
simply to Judge, for they "saved" the
people. We who live in this present
dispensation of grace have one who
is now the savior but who shall yet
be the judge. I'hnt these righteous
leaders of the people had a difficult
task 1b suggested bj verse 17. The
hearts of the people 'went a whor
ing," lusted after the things repre
sented by Haal and Ashtaroth, which
history tells us were too vile to bo
enumerated. The judges secured for
the people of Israel their rights ac-
cording to the mercy of Jehovah. At
the same time they were rulers, and
as such secured for IndMduals tireir
rights.
Tho worship of Jehovah always
taught and Impressed moral and
spiritual truth and required the con
fessing and forsaking of evil. Theso
Judges were God endowed and did not
prostitute their gifts. They were God
led, saw Israel's need and had cour
age, faith and zeal enough to show
Israel that the first thing they needed
to do was to forsake the evil and re
turn to a life of obedience to God.
Their equipment was in that "th
Lord was with the Judge" (v. 18).
Notice that God was with those whom
he "raised up." Of course not all
of the time, nor all ot the land at
I ill times was thus torn nnd belnff
punished as Is clearly suggested by;
j tho stories of Ruri Hannah and'
samuei. Aa Jenovah was with tho
Judges, as they wero exercising fidel
ity in their obedience of his word,
they brought to the people deliver-
. ance as long as they lived (v. 19).
The word "repented," which Is In
I Terse 18, Is one which signifies grleJf,
and sorrow.
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