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MONDAV. SEPTEMBER 19. 1901. mmm --5 HOLMES TALKED ON "SMOjy BLOOD" LARGE CONGREGATIONS AT THE FORENOON AND EVENING AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH. ANDRLWS P8EACI1LD H MORNING Regular Pastor Conduct Night Meet ing, at Which Ht Gives Sermon on Salvation Through v Christ. nvi-r m'-. I In oiixl: have III'' I Ill-yen-. la iJirno i(jiiKrKiiil" nti'i"'l'l mtvIi h nl ili" CIiiIhiIiiii liur Ii l.-nliiy liiorniiiK u"l vi "iuK r i In forenoon Km hi-riiKHi a jm-ui li ly U v. Mr. Aii'lnwH, u vMiIiik jmiior. Mr. J. II. Uol h, lit- n-KU- liir miKlor imnlueii il Hi" iii"" ""K "' uk-lit. Ilia Hiil.J t uh Hiivoil hy Wood." Mr. Unimex Ih'kiiii IiIm H"rnnm by xplalnlliK III" nii-aultiB or Hi" l rin til IiIh hiil.Jiil. Kalvmhiti wiih ili-lliii'il ii:i "n iicllvtraiut) from ili ynw.-r uf bin." From viirliiiiH ijiint :il l him "if i i rliiliiri. it w;m bliuwii llmt hlixxl" 4. wan vi-ry rri iin'iiily lined "'"'' .lOiioocji ileum in.- Ii'"- Tln l"W"r r.nld: "Itul II"hIi wlili il".' Uf" I'"" ('T."w1ili'li In 1,,M"1 Owri'it, hIiiiII lout,- liil a biilinimtn-.' 'I kiKiw il; dial liiall tied III l lilun mm ll. I'l I, li rli-n i'U I"-'. . Doctrine in Heaven, 'I tlmi'l I. now li Ui"-y "i"l i,h i in. man lini I 'l'i know ili.'i il'" liHiriiii' kiiii.-iiiiiiiiiii l.iill- in II. an ii J.-mi riirl.-i hlnil hU lil'ni'l in my . U"' and "In- Imw il "i iliuili h no iiioim ni.-r liillnl 1.1 UK' Ill illlprtll llli-. I mu nuiiii lliiil ) lnihlii uiul lliiil i- luiklil li4V- It liinily.' uii ri" rtiu'-iiml Million ' W Vnrk ii fi mrH MK'. h"ie a number if yoiinu "" i,r' I'"""" i..r i lit. iiu ii f of tin ll' in". ""'y Htm- ini.t Hi' ir il.'- t'l'iii. "" nil III') i.ii-l.iliHK iil'l.' I"l"i" "'"i II..- I'M in nl II lii'l i'i "r '! '" of age, whose wasted form lnllutc. ih.ll ii-hi h w l"'l ' '"' I l.liyKk-liui i'.li'lii. 'l " " III M poor Ilium- I l'i- ly I'U'I li ' Mink ho low llii"i !"' Ii" l'"l "' ...... ..I I. for UKI.IIII1 UII Hill ' nf av I ni; ! yu uol cut." Forgiveness Under Old Testament. 1 "Sltrl"S;btnictlvi; vt life. Tint I iiroi.Ti'jf bulil, ,lTlio inml thai Klnneili ' il hIiiiII ill"." Tint yielding i ! liroiiKln wllli It ili: 'I' hiIi ol llio hoiiI. iJi-iilli iiiouiih Hi'imiiiliim. Wliuii wu Ko lo lliu cemetery it in Hi lay 'y inn hoily out of which Hi" houI lias jriiin;: A Iriind mi'" Halil to in", "W'lK'll I ill", If you UllOlllll ClllllllKt t ln Imicrii! Kt-rvlc', I wIhIi you wimlil say Id tliosi! In iill'-iiilaiK'o tliat 1 am in llio Imily wlK'ii Hi"y low.-r It into llm kiuvo and llmt I will hUti llll-IC till llio Il'-Htricclloii IIIOIII.' llllt I HIllll HH IMIl'll UH I WOlllll HI! to iiIoiikii you. I couliln't nay that for 111.) Hcilpliiii'H plainly K'lK'li Hint llio life ami liody aio m'liaiaiod nt ilialli. lint Willi! III"!! d""H "'It'iuli" ni""" wlion iiipll"il lo Hi" houI? Vfiy "I'-ai-ly, "A Maturation. " Wo aio promis 'd Unit til" liKlilooiiH Hhall liu li"'irn "IOK"llll'r Willi Uii" of ll HiiiiKM." Thai, "uii aliiiiidiint entrawi!" Hlmll Iio ours "Into tlio "vt-rlasliiiK kinK iloin of our Urd unit Savior .Icsiih nirliu." Tli.i full iiit'Jisuro of nappi nt'SK hIiiiII liL'lonu tot tlw rcdcijniL'd; ln.'alli of llio houI iih'Hiw Hi" losa ol ull tliL-ue si'imratlou from Ilium. Life for Life. "In tlio BUfiillccs of the old TfS Iniiii'iiL lifn wan Kiven for lil'f. IX-ulli wan llio pt'iialiy for llio violation of tlio law; but tlio guilty wuio mid thai, if tli"y woiiltl bring a ct'rtaln liliid of am null ami sucnliit) ils lil" Ihi'ir own jilt) would bo spared; but (bin Hlioddlne of blood was only val uable: us u typo of iliu mii'iltlinK 'ii tlio blood of Christ, and lioiifo wlit!ii a lito was glvou for Iheiis an llllilliuls blood slleil-il repieseiileil to tlieiii tlio impanilion of life ihroiiKh tlio "oinlng icik'cmor; Chrbils blood lito was to bo tho paynicnl of Hit! dt'iiih penally for ilitiu. When thi! Jewish I'assover was In uliiutod tlify woru (old to slay a rei lain kind of a lamb ami to .sprinkle Us blood "on thu two Kid" posls and iIik upper post ol llio bouse anil when I see Hi" blood, 1 will pass over you ami the plague shall mil be up on you lo destroy you." Tho pivsenee or thai blood said. "A life lias already been taken and wo are free from dentil." Cuyler tells us that I here is a legend that on tho night of the l'lissover, a yomin Jewish maiden tile llrsi born in the family was so ' troubled on lior slt-k bed that she could not sleep, "l-'atbei," she anx iously inquired, "aro you sure that Ibe blood Is i here?" He replied thai lie bud ordered il sprinkled mum the lintels. ' ' "Hut the rrsllesd Kill would not be . gatlslle.l until lie took hot' up and rallied lu-r to llio door to see lor herself and lo, I he blood was nut there!. The order bad been ui'Klert-i-il. but bet.ire midnight llie lather bad Imsleiieil ami put the saereil mk ili of protet'tion nil the door. The l.-i;euil may In' f;tl..e, but it teaihes the imiHirtalil lesson t" eerv sinlel soul that may be she.'lered under the alniiiiiK IiIikiiI of Jesus t'luist. The Blood of Christ. "I'aut nays. 'Tht' waj;es of sin is dtatli, but llie Kifl "f "'"'I is eternal life Ihroiili Jesus Cluist our Lord;" mid .main. 'All have Mini.,) ami rome f-lii n-t of the nlory of (io,.' An,l John Kas, 'The M.mmI of J.mis "h I' i -I lli- . I.-.in. lii ii-i from nit nil." or lie 111.- ol rhii t is t'ii-n as our ran nun; lie our iiilf ii 'ii . nul w ln-n in ilialh cotitioiits us, lie dies in our V'iui". 'Wi'lio'it ihe hbeddnij; ol l.li" iln ie i no n -niisMcin. "Tin re in a i-il l..ion siory of N.-irMil.-nti's lime iih nrl to a ni;n hit l.;i!'o-, . a- a i oiim iiU an. I did not n.mt to lo to Hie 1 t . . i . i In, I ,it h id wit. i t ol-in).'. i- -. 1t l-o in his -Up. The I r . -I i ! .iio i1 the ri t-'i'i vit in Ij " ii.it'ii- .in. I i -in "i !ath in a nnam ba'i;e. 1 tttt niter n ft i ' - ll'e t inH ..r v .o; ; ?!' nun ar1 ly no t .- ! 'l tiUTi :n 1,'ior.. j .' H-"if'l Tin f . til lo mix- I n (.: tii'i- rm. ! ni-nt V"i ii-i n-' " It T' I li-y l i l I ;:rn ih f'!''. Vo-i ht. l'ttt aim mi'l I'm- ' ' ll.l-l I il. 'l :- '. 'I.- I'll )!-l 'f'. -.1.1 V,' a tm"l mil 1ft Ii.- i l.!,l-t el l ' H ! .! l till 'I Pilll " l.'ll l I'l - ' ' ;i- .. I ).,i i', 1 1 tr f f-.r iit.H i" -I tim-li-i) taiHiF Ix-'-n t-- 'i .t 11.,. f.t 1 ill.fl c Tlf in. ! 1 Ijlfli ITt,' Kai'l U' tnH, 'j-ofl HiUt ! kary .UU I II. ..I llie till IV ll"H Die bin s life wax in tl'-' ir.iiisinlhi"ii (,r m IiI'mmI li'Hii lb" ''"l '' In nli by ni ri-oii. -i Inld Ibe voillia III"'!! "f !'" ",'"1 riT llii re was In lb" person Kiipplyiu tli. IiI'ni.I and Hi' " a.-k"d II was liny of I ""I" Unit would risk his III,, inr ib" Mil'"' '' '"" ',n mil a ninimiiU lusliiiilnii a htioiiK hiMily vihiiik ii"'" Ki"PP"'l lorwi'i'l snvlliK Ibal h" woiilil b" KllKl of lb" il'Mlor llioimlil bin I'loo'l W""1'' "H' wi-r. Aa ain rv on bin arm wai np. n-i-d ii iid Jnliinl lo llio rorrespiiii'llnt? vein I" th" Ih'J's hiiii. by menus of a mho in ihe " nt r of whleh was u Kbiss Klobe. Afl'T a few pul.-allo'is of tho li'lirt Hie rich li'iilihy blond bemin I" l"i re Us way lino tho body of the bid and alter awhile n smll" was seen on lb" Hl'H. 'I bis opera was repeated for a series "if days II lb" I"! began in urow HiroiiK tiKiiiu but lb" yoims man bad Hluidily grown weaker un til, when Ii..' retired nl"r lb" last nHT;illnii Ii" l""l"d nn walked, lie luul I n Imparling lif" to another. Tlilu a.iiu a nnbli! Hiirrlfleo for 111" sake id a boy. I bit l""l lo Calvary. Jesus tlu're not only risked His III" for us, but died in our Ulead." WHAT OLIO IS. Entertainment to Be Given by Ladies of Episcopal Church. "The Olio" tonight " Magnolia I'ark Is an I'lileilalniiieiit under Die direc tion of Hie ladles of Ihe fipiscopnl ehiiffh. Miss M. Creeiiwood naiuv. num.- nle of the .Marlyn m-iiooi oi .m.ho.... Wa.slilngimi. I). '.. mid pupil or lanio is Now York lenehers, appears upon u' prnejTin us n ailer and Impersonittoi-, and llie public IS assuren oi a n-." slore for ilictu, for Miss Hardy Is truly an artist. Th.. imiLi'iiin s nterslierseii won several musical numbers, rendered by snino or tho best talent of III" "it'. Tlw. tmi-k niivilio-i is nleasaiil. and is ciniforiably seni.'d. and i-vi-iiinir Is nnuiiised to unio. Adinissioii 2 a iieiiKiiiiin all who will cents. SAMSON WAS LIKE PEOPLE Of TODAY A SERMON ON SPIRITUAL AND PHYSICAL STRENGTH AT THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH. mm BACK f ROM VACATION Pinches at Forenoon and Evening Services at St. Mark's Church to Fair. sued Congregations. .1. W. Itbl.i'V ami family plumed finiii Iheir Hip In Ihe St. Imis i mi 1 1 n Saiiird.iv, mid jesii-rdny Dr. Itb-ker m i ilpied hi-; neriihtnmeil place iji llie pulpi .it St. Mark's Kpist-opal i buich, all' r an ubsi-tico Unin ihe ciiy n Iwn weeks. ir. illel.er pn al lied yi slei'dny im nil In e; mill last eveiiliu; In fi lr si. '.oil i-ongieKailim, a largo iiuni her nf nifUih'Ts nf Si. Mark's still be-in- nut nf ll.e eiiy. Alusir was fur aisii' d by iio- regiibir tlmir, iiuder I he Ii nder hip of llie new cliuir master and niuaiiisi, I'ioI'i ssor Kilpairick, of W a biui'.inn, l. C. .Mr. Kirkpal rick I t i -ii la i it u the choir and rapiilly ,; l tin-,- ii liiio lino mii.sieal trim. I.ai r, howevir, ii will bo in in li iiuprovi'd, invili In the ndililiun n memliers linW mil ill the eiiy i I i ir vacations. Talk on Samson, llr. liiek'-r talked ye::t-rday morniii; on Sninsoii, comparing his life, bis sir'-nnili. his sinning, l is repentance and bis Una! reward lo the same ipial- liies In be l in ti in man nf today. I in n clor hoi;. in his disciissinn hy lelling nl Saiuson's ureal Kireiigi Ii, pbysicnlly a .id sniriliiallv. Ibis, be said, was the till nf Cod. lite physical sireni;ili was .liven him to oermlt him to !" dud s work. As lon.n his spiriiiial strength piiysical B llie Death of P. G. Furey. Mr. 1'. (!. Furey died yesterday at his resident;" at half pnt two o'clock of heart disease. II" had a slight attack before iind bad b""n feeling unwell for several dayys past. The deceased was Ihirly eight years of am. and was born in Donegal coiinry. Ireland, lie came to Texas sixl i years ago and bus been in nonunion! twelve yearn. Mr. Furey was a prom- years ilgO 111 iM IKS .Mill Kill ei in. ,in lllliernlan ninl was well up In the order. lie was of llellville, Illinois. throe children wore lOinniotl used five. three, and Che body married seven To Ihe couple 'o born. Kdwnnl , Cornelius, aged Helen Dora, six nionilis. Is awailing Ihe arrival of Mrs. Furey s lather or neiiviiie. Il linois, who will determine uisposni "i Ihe i-eiuains which probably will be seal to that placo lor internieiii. in . . I 1 . ... l -1 olio) Ml rase inieriueni it im.ki.- ... ..-. burial will take place under tlio aus-pb-es of The Ancient Order of Hiber nians. New Golf Champion. l'eaoe ball! her victories no less re- nowneil lliiin war. n i .....nn.. pusliini; Kuropalkin back across Man- r-lini'i.i on Satnrdav. II. Chaudlci- l-.an of Chicago was at New York heai.n;; Frederick llerreschorr. a Urookhn youth, lor Ihe amateur pdf champion sliin of America. (lyanin's victory over Kuropalkin probably excites no more rejoicini; anioim the sell pos sessed Japanese than does Ivm i's tri I'll annum his inliniring fellow students at Harvard and bif follow sliidints at Harvard and his l.ll.nv members of the Exunmr Country Club of Chicago. Tho new champion who i onh :'" v. ars nlil. has all i-xt i .nu diu.u re- l ord as a golfer. He played hi- lit -t j M-liiiolboy mat. h at Kxnioor in l:"'l., and won it. Within ibe 'a-1 lin e1 v.ars be has played 1 1 ' niatehe- of; which he has won V. halved IU" ;:n.l lo-' 1: He won the Western ; and the Iniereolleciate cbaini'ioi. iiik j l''u. the Harvard i haniinon-'iip 1 I'm" and the Western .mi l r , haiii.nnhi in Atmiist .f 'h: T. ; He Is a steidy an. I totre ra'''M i ' i t I a l.ii'ii.iio iilavt r. He has ! "vn as he retained lie retained hi.-. ii'iiili, hut when lie losi fnrmer be also lost the latier. Tho Same Tody. Thus it is, the rector. said, with man of today. As lonir as bo remains true to the doctrines of (lie church and Cod, he will have xtrcngtli willi which lo liiihl evil. When bo willfully deimils iii .in bis Christian life bo will be- shorn oi Ins strength ami will not lie nine to n sist temptation and sin. In liiscuss Ini; Ibis phase of tile question, Dr lllokor said Samson was like til" I'hiirch member of today In that he did evil without absolutely turning his back on Coil. lie did no! d"iiy Cud and bis teachings, bill simply departed from the I nristia!! life, like many church members, who viola'o iheir vows to Cod and the church willunit baviim ibe church or cnilinn them selves off from an apparent aflillnl ion with Christ utility. . Unconscious Loss. This, the rector said, is frequoni iy done without the actual knowleilue ol the mail. As was the case with Sani soii, the churchman Ireipioiuiy does uol know tluil he has lost his strength ut.til ;i time oimios when h" needs il lo help him resist teinplal ion and sill. Then be discovers his strength has gi.ne from him. jusl as Samson found his strength bad depart ed when lie iried lo rise up and free himself from his captors, alter the long locks had heel) cut off. Dr. Illeker took up the phase of Sam son's life dealing with ills captivity and in :i ish itii-n I . when lie was placed la the treadmill and compelled to the work ol' a horse. Ho toiled at this in soliiinle. and had an oiiporluuily to think of his tans, his past life ami bis future. Duriii'i Ihe process the knowl edge of his remissness came to him. and he repent, d. He asked Cod's for giveness and p'cilnod himself to Him lor Ihe fill ure. The result was that wiih the return of his spiritual slionglli Ciitue his old pJtysieiil strength, which he finally used to break Ihe columns of the temnle and bring tho structure tumbling down on I he heads of his eneiuieit. Powr "f Ev'l. Ihe pa --lor urged that the church men aivvavs retain their spiritual s I ri n. Mill hy remaining true to the church and In Cod. in order Cult lllev may have slivngih with which to re sist evil. No temptation is ton great and tin evil too strong in its influence over man bin thai they may be con ip.i iv, I by him it he has in his heart an abiding fai'h in Cod. v. .Id ogjaphic uluaiiin lit , I ha I I. - lit lonll IJl.u i. lul .III''. Tin Will wink U his in-! only Hie ni.i lianir i noun. .ii. Inn uln ilie tMiiKi'apInc i i.iiii-ui. Life tin- cul.iiir wlm i in .ins ill! ttti.-.tilll ill 1,1 hlnllllig III ii, ui Lie, mi iiii luttpin.ii.i r may have ihe i v li k i l a iioiiiliiialt-diaiigli" I. .UII ill some lb lulls, bill lie is I-' -M..llb!e lol ihe whole Milk, VI I lllrt H llllli.t nl l himsell. 'l l.e ol'nr pi illiiele l'i llui I.I..I- liiillilo lol' linlll IIU ill Ihe prndili'linn nt u II. ap. The- -i tin such ihing as (i in rv. If n mail Vrt-ll i IIIOIII II -, ill VI hie. I lo I III II n.ll n niii, ilnie, ho may have Hum If he i.U.S lie- bi si i ilU leii.lili' 'lie I I'l". (nil nf llie IhiisI inapt, from ll.n Iii. .i n I, uii atlas .-.In .1 giving u gen eral view nf Ihe KuKkinn. Chlm si and .luplllli "e empires. Cnvellliu so lil a territory on on.- sle-. l, Hie s tile ! . nn'i'sturily very tiinal). Il Is I J llli, II. illl II, nr uboul :l.'i stutille llllies I I an inch. It Is of course impnsslbi ' 'n myc in hi-li deiiiil mi so small a scale, hill Ihe broader features of .1.! phases nf Ihe gengrapllV of llie who!.! noi tin in mid i-eiiiial region of As1 1 ami of Itusslu In Kuropc are given mi clearly thai liny rcn'ly P.ive them selves Upon III'' liileiilion; alld we know thai ibis r pi' seniai ion of ll"' loci 4 Is up o date, for the figures l:i"l am pilnieil in llio coiner of the plat... The allusions made here to III" mot hulls of niii- Cennau house are hy no im mis conllned to it, mr oilur map prod, h i is of that cniiniry equal nr have inarlv iitiniii'd tn th" same .1 feetive ri'SllllH, Our own cnininercial liiiip linuses .lie making i ncnuiagiiig progress in the onality of their work, hut the maps ilmy give ns will show holler resul i if they set before ibelil the highest stainliirds as somet i.lng to he iimilly nl tallied. Wo have much in b arii, aiid many processes to revise, before our nrdinnry mni products liocnii'o re alTy gnnd. One trouble is Unit Ibos" wiio order map plates usiia'ly '.vain. i hem In ti b reii i hurry: good or had, Ibev iniisl be delivered in a few weeks. 'I In n. munv of our inapmukcrs bav.- not learned how to generalize on their small atlas sheets the Inforinaiioii contained on large scale surveys, and tile result Is Hint they benefit lil tie, for example, by ihe splendid lopograpl'ic sheers issued by our government. There are not ii few oilmr weaknesses ill our methods I hot help to give commonplace results, hut some im piovenient is evident from year io year. m. RAY TALKS ON PAULS LIFE PREACHES INSTRUCTIVE SEIt MON TO LARGE CONGREGA TION AT M. E. CHURCH. solo By tins. Ciiiwi nmi i Bible Instructor Occupies Pul:t ami, Urge Hearers to Itiitata Faith j and Trust ef A.icitle. ffTrinwanaf.aa-11 LAST SERMON THIS EVENING DR. O. W. RAY WILL HOLD FINAL SERVICES AT FIRST METH ODIST CHURCH. PREACHED THERE LAST NIGHT Addressed Congregation on What Necessary for Man's Ultimate Salvation Other Meetings. Is Afler conducting two iiililc study classes each week tiny for two weeks, ami yesterday filling t'lie pulpit of Hie First Methodist church at boib ser vices, Dr. C. W. Hay, l.'.ie b inerant pieaclier and Miliiieal iiistnn lor from .Nortii I exns, w ill close his visit in l.eaumont willi a special service in the First .vlethodisl church tonight. Ib'. Hay will preach a forty-mmute sermon on Life and Immortality Uiiiught to Light." and it is expeet.-d a large crowd will be out to bear llie eonchulili.g address. The meeting will begin ;it ,S:l."i o'clock. There will aiso be special music. Meeting Last Night. THE MAKING OF A MAP. Chief Reouisitfs a Trained Geogra pher's Skill and Plenty of Time. New York Sun. A tatiiou i ni. any a il- I ; ti' mi of mapmakers In 1 -;ert- that th rim cai i ngi aphii- i iii. I-r. Hay preaem d last evening at t'uo MelbiKiist cbiircli on the lamiliar parable nf Ihe you. Ik ruler who went In Christ and a-ke I. "What shall 1 do to be saved?" After describing llie si die bet vvei'n the yniilig king and Ihe Savior. Dr. Hay abruptly said: "Christ ti Id him lo sell out." The pninj made bv Hie speaker was thai rue voimg man had asked an hollo,-1 question ami had got ten an honest ansvv ei noi. perhaps. acny ihe Kind of an answer b, wanted, inn honest just the same. This. Dr. Kay declared, is always the ri Mill when one asks an hntiesi ques tion of Cod lie gets an hom st reply. rco.i'e Today. Tlie trouble with many people today. ti:e ipeaker said, is that they ilmi'l "sell out." Tin y IbiiiU lin y do. hut they do not. They tlmik they ure liv ing Chri-.lian liv.s. I.i caio-e Hu v go to church, and b.Ii. ve I ley .il., v the I i.. . u... i... i Il.lll.ll.tlt.l... II.-. I. III. ,.1. It. I. ll. M-. v don't ' s. II out." Th. v do not i n fiotn a'! 'lo ir old. ol.i.'i -t ion.,.;. Dr. W. (!. Hay, llio bible Inst riictor who has been ciiliducliiig a si l ies nl bll.le classeK at llio V. M. C A., co'i dueled llio loniinnll services III ill-' First Meihodlsi clinrcli yesterday. He wus Ki'"'"''"-''! by u packed cliurch and wu- accorded perfect ni ionium ihroiiKhoui his forty mhiui" d's- colli se, which was ll iesserlllli"ll "'II Iho life ami I illl li nr 1'iiul. A lealure of the si rvlee WUS tile speeial IllUsie which consisted of tin ;un h' tn by lb" choir uml a vocal solo, "Cniisld'-i' ihe l.lllk'H," hy .Mrs. ClieiiauU Oilrleii. The Text. Dr. Itny spokt! o luff itehiil.-li'.v Dr. Kay f-poko from llm lexi, "Fni1 I reckon Hint the siiiTi.'rliia' 'f I'tcsenl lime are not worthy in be cnmpnreil will the glory thai shall be revenleil in us." Tills nnswer of I 'ii u I to t'lm questions put him vvb n he was (iidiiring snfl'ei'lngs for his I Cod's sake was extensively elnboral- "d upon by Dr. Hay, who u-ed miiny lilting ami impressive" illustrations and drew pointed applications for the use of Christinns today. He showed in the outset of his sermon that l'ttiil was a man. of intellect, enliure and capacity and stood high among T"is tiiople the ,)ovs. !lo was a big man and what Im did attvnciftd in tention. What lie did was lo re nounce! his faith in the ili.et flues of his people a ml leave his comi'ry lo go out and follow Chi-ist. Description of Paul. Dr. Hay described the rouiin eialioii of his former faith by Paul, and his departure from his form er people and quoted his text to show why such action was taken, "Cor I reckon that lit rsiii'ierings of the present time are not worthy to b" compared with the glory Hint shall lie -nkUTH AR Oi) II. X CMIIIIMTH ri voa!e, in us." The sp-aker then took tin the life of Paul, lo show the great hardships, great perils and great sufferings Unit fell lo his J. Ho described his shipwreck, llie in cident of hi. being stoned and left for dead, his whipping in public, an.! his imprisonment. After each de scription Dr. Itav asked the ques tion: ''Why tiid Paul submit to all of these tilings, when be could have been relieved of lliem by donvi.ig Cod?" The answer eaeh time vns 'but Pun! "reckoned tba' tin' suffer ings of ll.e nrosonf time are no worthy tn he cnmpnreil with Hi' gl.irv Unit shall bo revealed in ns." Paul at Roce. Paul's entire life, -trnight up to ill's linnltv coming lo Home, where b" lay '.villi li is head on the blr,.-!;. awak ing the fall of the oxnem ioners axe. was described by Dr. Hav. As Mi" execution was about to take place Paul wns asked why Im consented to suffer this death. The reply was the same, that bis siilf'-rini"- nmcinit ed to nothing compared lo the glory of the home which .Tv.ii'nd him. The npnl lent ion of Paul's life to th" nresent dav. Dr. Hav said, explained for "tie thine, wbv preachers tire satisfied io be poor men ami to Buffer! while ntht'rs sucreed in nialerii;! ilitnos. They reckon their -uff"'it!':s count for uptight compared lo Hie irrandimr of Hie reward "'"'v will re ceive for doing Cod's work. In enn-clnsb-n Dr. Hay urged that -nfferl.ig if nil kinds bv r 11 noonle should no: ,i,..,r them from following Cb"ist l in choiil'l Polo ther-i oe'l5', Hi"'! t -i.,T,; oro nnth'n-i roiniired to 11." - tor-'-T i'-t wl'i !.. r ,-.-aled to tlmm 'n their henvrn'v homo. 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