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THE OKOLONA MESSENGER.
ii lnlica i OF vjy ii is jt ii iixj ii ii WHAT MONEY IS FOR Foreign Missions $20,000,000 Home Missions $12,000,000 State Missions $11,000,000 Christian Education. . .$20,000,000 Orphanage $ 4,700,000 Hospitals $ 4,800,000 Belief of Aged Minis ters $ 2,500,000 For Baptists is at hand to make a more intensive application of the Gospel and its institutions throughouj: the bnd and in all parts of the world. The need is urgent everywhere. Doors of opportunity closed for centuries are open now and the people are calling by countless millions, "Oome over and help us." One billion people who have never heard the story of Christ, but are willing to do so, will perish in ignorance and sin unless we help them. The Expenditures Per' Year for State Mis-? 'n nons tor the Next Five Years Pastoral Support . . . Church Building Sunday School Work. . . . B. Y. P. U. Work Work Among Negroes . . . Work Among Indians. . . 40 Asscciational Mission ' aries . '. . . . .$ 40,000" . 30,000 7,000, 5,C00j 2.BC0 l.oocr, 47,50? n Total 8133,00; B APTIST GUIDE POST "As the Father hath sent me, so send I you." "The field is white Already unto Harvest.' "Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel -r'- r- r creature." 7lilpN Proposes to raise $75,000,000 in cash and five-year pledges as the basis of be ginning the Master's work in a really worthy way, beginning at home and extending to all parts of the world. It is a big task but we trust an infinite God who has promised to' hear and answer prayer. Read God's promises and then go on your knees in quest of faith and courage to do your whole duty during . i .1 BAPTIST GUIDE POST "The field is the world." 'Speak unto the Children Israel that they go forward." "All things are possible to h that believeth.' ' When cash and five-year pledges will be sought. 180,000 MISSISSIPPI BAPTISTS Are to go on trial before God as to their part in this campaign. The trial begins with sunrise prayer service Sunday, November 30, and continues through Sunday, December 7. They will be tried upon their love for Christ and His cause; their loyalty to Christ and His institu tions; their liberality to Christ and His wo-v'- r obedience to Christ and His commands. WITNESSES WHO WILL ' Y IT CAN'T BE DONE The covetous man, the pleasure-loving man, the Indifferent Christian, the libertine and Satan himself. WITNESSES WHO WILL SAY IT CAN BE DONE The Presbyterians, who set a worthy example; the Methodists, who went beyond their goal; and all people who love God more than they do their money. ONE MORE WITNESS IS TO RE HEARD FROM- YOURSELF. THE JUDGE WILL BE THE LORD JESUS CHRIST. GOD EXPECTS EVERY MIS SISSIPPI BAPTIST TO DO HIS DUTY. 1 i 0 DEC J ii r- "if MISSISSIPPI S SHARE t $3,500,000 n BAPTISTS OF THIS STATE ARE ASKEI CONTRIBUTE THIS SUM DURING THIJ NEXT FIVE YEARS TO BE AP- j PORTIONED AS FOLLOWS Foreign Missions $91 Home Missions 56, State Missions 6i Christian Education 9f Ministerial Relief Orphanage i Hospitals llr i f i i, i i I X I i X