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BMtnwilf lla0mMM,LSr7:i77cw.u.l I leta'i'iaijiain; a.si s 'i ICriaSSfciifaiia, s.n"K .SIMM nyamiMnwnMr. l 1 MIIMMt ,i ; ABB BVVRIBR 9m?mp- . 7 r T1 A . "- . rvoiiiui'u -- r& J3o"4 Green, f& -Mddj ' 60 'YEARS' i.V.CXPEmENCE , 1 !YtJ!isM H ' am" 1 I ZLmBHaak.aV 74 rvaaaaaaaaaera aayoei ftnl eauajcaBa afpensBBkv caa Jdttfflicfl t-kr iw w . 2lm?aff0o e& WOE TO YOU RICH "' BLESSED YE POOR The Philosophy o These, flit Master's Words, Is Shown by Pastor Russell. Ars ths Won and ths Blessings Prss nt or Future7 God It Very Rich. Many of God's Servants In the Past Wsr. Rich Why Classify at All? Why" Contrast Rich and PoorT What Blessings Have the PoorT Riches of Wealth, Riches of Hoijor, Riches of Education, Do These All Bring Woes? Poverty of Education and Earthly Goods and Earthly Fame, Do These Insure Blessings?"' 4 Asbevllle, .N C. July 20. A large Convention of the International Bi ble Students Asso ciation Is being held heap stu dents of all ages giving every evi dence of knowl edge of the Scrip tures. Tastor Russell spoke to day, from the text, "Woe unto you that are rich! for vnnr onnanletlon. ye have received And He lifted up Ills eyes on Ills disciples, and said. Blessed be ye poor: for yours Is the Kingdom of Ood'-T.uke C-20. 24. - " The PaMor beenn by declaring that bis address was not Intended to arouse class animosity. Although not rich, be could sympathise with the rich In their position, as well as with the poor in theirs. God. who Is Tery rich. Is nble to sympathize with both classM. The savior Is also able, wno ocing rich. f,or our sakes became poor, that through His poverty we might become rich In the, truest sense. Some of God's faithful In the past .were very rich Abraham, for Instance. Never theless, during this Gospel Age, not many great, rich or learned have been called to the .blessing now offered. Its recipients have been chiefly the poor or this world, rich In faith. The Master evidently Included riches of wealth, honor, -education, etc., in His statement He implies that all now possessing a by of these blessings will 1r more or l,esa hindered from obtain ing God's Highest blessing, and more or less subject to woes. We nre not to mippose that He meant that at cleaJU the rich would be thrown inte evef iHHtlnC torture. These woes nnnertaln to the present life. At the close of the Jewlitti Age, tnlajclass experienced se vere trials; and our Lord intimates Hint at the close of this Age the same class will have similar experiences. Wrath to the Uttermost Upon Jews. Wrath came upon the Jewish people to (he uttermost, in the End of their Age. (1 TheBsnlonians 2:1G.) Ttios,e woes did not belong to a future life. That tribulations come to all in the present life' is undebatable. 'But the most tcrrlble'forebodings are associat ed with Imaginary woes of the future IIIC 1UIIB VUUliniJ IU Dl.llJlUICi . are glad to set aside this nightmare of the Dark Ages. The Jews, whom our Lord addressed, did not realize that tb'ey were living in the Endof their Age, and that a great settlement wajs about to come. Sinil larlyv we are living In the End of this Gospel Age. and a settlement Is now due. Jesus foretold the crisis of the Jewish nation. His message gathecad out from tffat'natlon all the Israelites indeed, and then the nation was given over to Itself. The Divine Hand which hud guided them loosed Its hold; uud human passions accomplished their overthrow in anarchy, which caused their downfall. A. D. TO. So we understand that the Kud of this Age has'couie. and God Is gather ing His Elect As.soqn us this Is ac complished, God will permit mankind to wreck their present civilization. As the 'rich of Jesus' day suffered most keenly, so the rich will suffer most lu the turning time of trouble. Compensations In Nature. The! Pastor then showed that both rich ttlid poor have compensations'. Tho rich have trials nnd perplexities that the poor know not of. , Ttie.v nlxo bare many more temptations to make them lejs likely o seek the priceless things ot God's Kingdom. But we are not ,to understand that God is partial to the poor. He Is choosing n special class, and the conditions surrounding the rich and great make them less susceptible to His message and to the cultivation of humility. The experiences of the poor are most favorable, apparently, to the cult! vat Ian of meekness, gentleness, patience- and love qualities God esti mates greatly. Some poor, however. Instead of be ing drawn to God by poverty, cultivate a spirit of hatred, mlillce and strife. Such turn away from Him. Tbe'class described by Jesus as "ye poor" are those hungering 'and thirst ing after righteousness, who have be come God's children. These may be rich or poor Id the things of this world: but all that tbey have Is consecrated, to God, In order that tbey may 'become Jolnt-helrs with Christ Thenceforth, the esteem of men. while udt Ignored, must be secondary to the Lord and HI Truth.. All that this class tony possess wll bo used to nis glory, regardless-of the fact that It will nil be consumed In Ills service. vTue yTorld knnwsnot the followers of Jesus, even aa it. unew him not. assssBsl VH HER SEVENTH ANSWER By FRANK H. ME LOON. "You've certainly transformed tho room," I said to Edith, opening tho door and walking In. In response to her bidding. It had originally been an attic. ( Tapestry hanging now hid the face of timbers rough-hewn In the days when Washington waa young and Fourth ot Julys like any other day, for the house Itself was ot colonial antiquity and there 'were-wide divans on which one was allowed to sit among dozens ot cushions done In colors -to the rainbow unknown. There was a writing desk of odd design In one corner, and a desk from the depths of which a much-used type writer wb apt to half emerge, like a Jack-in-the-box if otfe walked about with a heavy step. There was the us ual array of brass articles used tor ornamentation. "Now," she irent on ',v3rr much of what I've been able to do has been owing- to your kindness. Of course I thank you, Robert" "I shall receive my reward some day," I reminded her. "So the Good Book says." "Oh, I am speaking of temporal things." "Your mind should be above them," she admonished. you are its near au appruavu iu divinity as I care for at present" I Insisted. "You should be ashamed to say so. What Is any one. of us after all? What are our little loves, our halt formed fancies but things of a day shadows that cross the face of the great sun o't fame?" "But my love Is not a little love, neither Is it 'the thing ot a day," I contradicted,, hotly. Edith blushed. ' "You think" , "I know--" "Very well," this with resignation. On the table lay a sheet ot Edith's work done In a masculine chlro- graphy popular ot late years. "What ,1a this a map of T"I asked, innocently. ', "It's not'a map. It's the start of- a story," "Where's the rest of It?" "Oh. I, Haven't thought It all out yet," with a sigh. "Do you' know what the title Is ta be?" y "I haven't decided on one." 'Will you let me suggest a title for it?" "But you don't know what the story s about.". "Is there any connection," I asked, meekly, '."between a story and Its title?" " ''Certainly," sniffed Edith, Indig nantly. "Then there's a missing link to ?4 8ome, I. deciarea. "Those are by Inferior authors." "To change the subject, hav you sold any, stories ot late?" I asked. "No, Robert, you are more partial to me than the editors are." "Confound them; I've halt a mind to call on two or three of them and let 'em know what I think of their Judgment!" exclaimed, viciously. . "If I can't win by, merit, I don't want to win," she declared stoutly. "Edith," I asked, tenderly, "way couldn't you write just the same after we were onarrled?" "Of all the impudencel I've not said we Were going to be yet, have IT And, besides, marriage Is said to be an impedfment to a literary career." "Aren't; so-and-so married?" I asked, naming over a halt doxea'ot the best known feminine authors ot the day. ,1 didn't know whether they were or not, but spun them off at random. "I suppose so," she admitted, doubt fully., I pursued my unscrupulously gained advantage. "For the seventh time, Edith,". I .warned. "I am going to ask you to marry me." 'And tort the seventh time " she began, mockingly. "Now, Edith," I interposed. "I am only human and I can't go on this way foreyer. I have here" and I showed it to her "a ticket to Havana Shall I buy another, or. go alone to morrow?" Edith looked me squarely In the face. Her own was rather white. She li ARlt&t fid "The seventh time." I said quietly, taking ufl my hat, "That was the title I Was going to suggest for your story." J . There was a long silence. Edith's face was halt averted, but what, I could see led me to bppe. , "You are going?" she asked ta a rolce Intended to be quite steady, but still looking aWay from me. "It youjtell pa to," I replied. Another silence. "Can't you get tho tickets for a week from tomorrow?" she asked. And that was Edith's seventh an Bwer. (CopyrlKht, by Dally Story Pub. Co' Siege of Crate. Crete deserves mention of our list ,of memorable sieges, tor in Cretan his tory we find the longest siege on rec ord, besides which Troy's ten year -seem but a skirmish. 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