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Greenwood
Enterprise
A complete I*ews Service for
Negro Citizen: of Greenwood and
LeFlore County
Errest Fielder, Editor - Advertise
ing.
Rev. George Harper, associate
editor.
(Send news to either Mr Ernest
Fielder, 308 Avenue H, or Rev.
G. Harper, 511 Avenue G, Green
wood, Miss, or phone tc 2619-J,
for advertising rates and other
information).
Greenwood News
SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON
For June 24, 1956
By Rev. Geo. A. Harper,
511 Ave. "G", Greenwood, Miss.
THE CONTINUING MISSION OF
THE CHURCH; Acts 27-28. Print
Acts 28: 16. 23-31.
MEMORY SELECTION — Go
therefore and make disciples of
all nations, baptizing them in the
name of the Father and of the
Son and of the Holy Spirit, teach
ing them to observe all that I
have commanded you; and lo, I
am with you alway, even unto the
end of the world.— Amen. Mat
thew 28: 19. 20.
PAULS ARRIVAL IN ROME:
“And when we came to Rome,
the centurion delivered the pri
soners to the captain of the guard:
but Paul was suffered to dwell
by himself with a soldier that
kept him”. The word “we” used
here for the last tim£ in Acts, in
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iicates that Luke, the companion
af Paul, who used the word “we”,
came to Rome with Paul.
Paul was attached to a soldier,
tf the regular custom was follow
ed, he was attached with a light
chain which permitted him many
movements of the arms and hands.
Think of the privilege of this
soldier in being chained to the
Apostle Paul!
PAUL’S WORK AS A PRIS
ONER: “And when they had ap
pointed him a day, there came
many to him into his lodging; to
whom he expounded and testi
fied the kingdom of God, persuad
ing them concerning Jesus, both
out of the law of Moses, and out
of the prophets, from morning
till evening”. Here the pronoun
“they” refers to the Jews (Acts
28:17). Palil had sent for them to
come to him because he wished
to present the gospel to the Jews
first, and then to the Gentiles. He
speaks of persuading them. This
was the same type of argument
as is reported in Acts 13:30-39.
“And some believed the things
which were spoken, and some be
lieved not. And when they agreed
not among themselves, they de
parted, after that Paul had spoken
one word, Well spake the Holy
Ghost by Esaias the prophet unto
our fathers, Saying, Go unto this
people, and say, Hearing ye shall
hear, and shall not understand;
an dseeing ye shall see, and not
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same as that in Mark 4; 11, 12,
and explains why Jesus used par
ables as a means of teaching.
“For the heart of this people
is waxed gross, and their ears are
dull of hearing, and their eyes
have they closed; lest they should
see with their eyes, and hear with
their ears, and understand with
their heart, and should be con
verted, and I should heal them.”
THE CONTENT OF PAUL’S
PREACHING: “Be it known there
fore unto you, that the salvation
of God is sent unto the Gentiles,
and that they will hear it.” These
are the last Luke-recorded words
of Paul. It is fitting that they
should proclaim again one of the
dominant purposes of his whole
ministry, that the gospel of God,
who loved the whole world,
should be carried to the whole
world, and ndt be confined to the
Jews. “And when he had said
these words, the Jews departed,
and had great reasoning among
themselves. And Paul dwelt two
whole years in his own hired
house, and received ail that came
in unto him, Preaching the king
dom of God, and teaching those
things which concern the Lord
Jesus Christ, with all confidence,
no man forbidding him”. There is
no historic word on-how Paul’s
life ended. <But from what we
learn from his letters to Timothy
and Titus, and from early his
torians, it appears that Paul was
released after two year. He spent
four years traveling and preach
ing (when he is believed to have
reached Spain), and died in Rome
during the persecutions of Nero,
about A. D. 67 or 68.
PRACTICAL POINTS ON THE
LESSON: The calling of the
church to evangelize is to con
tinue until Christ returns the
second time to receive the church
to Himself.
We anticipate smooth sailing
in the work of evangelizing, but
rough seas and storms encounter
our labors. However, through
them all we will reach our de
sired heaven. Prosperity ■from
God’s standpoint in the present
life for a saint does not mean
luxury, ease or wealth, but a
success in the accomplishment of
God’s will. WE can outwit all
our enemies when we accept all
things coming to us as being al
lowed by the Lord for our good.
The apostle Paul would never
claim to be a prisoner of the Jews,
Gentiles or Caesar, but that he
was the prisoner of Christ, which
enabled him to live on top and
not under circumstances.
-o
Rev. J. S. Saffold, of Percy St.,
is out of the City, on vacation in
Chicago, 111., and Detroit, Michi
gan visiting children and relatives!
and friends. His children are Mrs.!
Martha Griffin, of Chicago, and!
Mrs. Carrie Stout, of Detroit. We
hope he may have a very pleas
ant vacation.
-o
Mrs. Arnett Morgan, of Scott1
Street, is in Aberdeen, Miss., on
vacation with her son, and we
hope she may enjoy this vacation
and soon return to her post of
duty.
Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Collins and
family motored to Los Angeles,
Calif., to attend the National Sun
day School and B. T. U. Congress.
They left the city June 17th. We^
hope this family may enjoy this
trip and return safely.
-o
Rev. A. W. Moore, Mr. and Mrs.
M. L. Leverson, Mr. W. H. Harris,
Mr. Charles Frelix, Rev. B. T.
McSwine, and others who are at
tending the Congress, this week.
We hope all of them may enjoy
a vrey pleasant trip and return
safely back home.
Mr. Frank Sample, of Scott St.,
who has been in thj^ hospital in
New Orleans, La. for some weeks,
is now back at his home again,
much improved and his many old
friends are glad to greet him.
-o
In a ceremony at Turner’s Cha
pel A. M. E. Church, June 3, 1956,
Miss Myrtis Grey Johnson be
came the bride of Mr. George
Barker, Jr., of Waukegan, 111. Th<
bride is the daughter of Mr. Stev»
Johnson, 208 McGee Street. The:
wil lmake their home in Wauke
gan, 111. Their many friends wisl
this couple a successful life.
-o
Rev. T. Anderson of Chicago
111., and formerly of this city, is
in the city visiting relatives anc
friends this week, and he also
was a visitor of the Minister’s
Alliance this week.
—_o
Mr. James Campbell motored to
Chicago, 111., to the bedside of his
sister, who is ill, and his many
friends hope he may find her
much improved, and that he may
make his trip safe.
-o
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Meeks are
the proud parents of another fine
boy, Michael Meeks, who was
born in the Greenwood Leflore
Hospital, the past week-end. Mrs.
Meeks and the boy both are do
ing fine.
-o
The funeral of Mrs. B. Mc
Lemore was attended at Turner
Chapel A.M.E. Church, Wednes
day, June 20, 1956, Rev. M. R.
Mozee, officiating.
-o
Mrs. Charlie T. Stansbury left
the city June 8, 1956 for Califor
nia to visit her daughter, Mrs.
Rayford Brown, and to attend the
National S. S. and B. T. U. Con
gress, which hold Annual Session
in Los Angeles.
Mrs. George W. Corckett of St.
Louis, Mo., made £ telephone call
to her sister, Mrs. Elias Brown
low, notifying her that her dau
ghter, Mrs. Henry Lee Lenard,
who has been confined in the hos
pital for several months, was now
at home and doing fine.
-o
Mrs. James W. Robinson and
baby girl, Shirley Stynne, left the
city June 15th to visit her sister,
Mrs. Evaline Sutton, in Los An
geles, Calif., and to attend the
S. S. and B. T. U. Congress.
-o
ITTA BENA — The Rev. Mer
rill W. Lindsey, instructor in Soc
iology at Mississippi Vocational
College and pastor of Wesley
Methodist Church at Greenwood,
Miss., received the honorary de
gree, Doctor of Divinity, during
the commencement exercises at
Rust College, June 6.
Rev. Lindsey joined the faculty
last year serving in the Depart
ment of Social Science. Prior to
his coming to MVC, he had pas
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pectively and the School of Min
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five children. Two of his children
are enrolled at Rust College and '
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lege. This year, he served as the J
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ence held at Minneapolis, Minn.
Mississippi Vocational College
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faculty members for his outstand- 1
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his fellowman. *
■-o-^
Hazlehurst News;
(Too Late for Last Week) r
Temple Church News r
Regular services were held at J
the Temple Church Sunday, June '
[ 10th, 1956. Scripture-Rev. Lenard^
Watson. Prayer, Pev. Jim Mc-;e
Kenzie, sermon by the pastor. !c
Text: Philippians 3: 13-14, subject^
I'm Pressing. Sunday night, Scrip- ^
ture, the pastor; prayer, Bro. *
Charlie King; sermon Rev. Len- v
ard Watson; Text, Judges 16:28. jj
Collection $57.50. Encouraging;
words, Bro. Charlie King. It
Our Copiah County *nd adjoii
ing counties which convened Jur
4th thru the 8th was wonderfu
for such a short notice. We wis
to thank each and every one wh
helped us. Monday night, Funen
Home operators and Insuranc
agents, with Mary Farley i
charge. Rev. W. M. Levi preache
a wonderful sermon. Remarks b;
Mr. T. O. Winston. Collectior
$29.27. Tuesday night, Barbers am
Beauticians, Mr. Herman Davi
in charge. Bro. Jim Hamptoi
taught a wonderful Bible lesson
Collection $10.00. Wednesday
night, Housewives and Publi<
workers, Mr. Johnny Johnson ir
charge. Rev. W. M. Walker was
:he speaker. Collection $21.00
rhursday night, Teachers and
roung people, Mrs. Evelyn A.
dunter in charge. Rev. J. A. Bry
»nt the speaker. Coll. $13.15. Fri
lay night, the Preachers, Rev. J.
r. Woodson and Rev. Porter N.
Vynn in charge. Rev. Wynn was
he speaker. Collection $12.15.
rotal for the week $85.57. The
lames are as following who help
id us to make this program a
iuccess: Messrs T. O. Winston
17.00, H. Lomack $1.00, G. M.
iyons 50c, Dave Brantley 50c, Er
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nany others that I have their
lames. We wish to thank each of
ou who helped us to make the
/eek a success. May God’s rich
lessings flow upon each and
very one. You are always wel
cme at the Temple Church. J. T.
Voodson, pastor. Our thought, by
dary Farley. — We ought to
hank God, For what He is to us;
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