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Kelly Tells How Lydm
to follow, nut- 14. .
rru ' tOO much fnr mo
iaries may be ah . Cross axix11
De able tovexDlain w I-
explain what is
! Who knit
stitch and. n' L :, .l oss-
"iay be able rn tii
r.rt, N- J-t"w about three
1 guiierea irom nervous break
down and pot so
Lvl weak I could hardlv
r.wsslQ stand, and had head
df aches every day. I
tried evervthincr T
. . - . O '
y could think of and
& was under a Dhv-
Vf .had u:
sician's care for two
3. A girl friend
used Lvdia R
k ham's Vetr-
vauie compound and
She told me nhrrnf
Jit. From the first
L7to feel better ZnA
now I am well nvi
iS. able to do most any
kind of work. I
nave been recom
mending the Com-
The reason this famous root and herb
remen.w i.yuiak. Jrinkham's Vegetable
Compou; 1, was so successful in Miss
Kelly's case was because it went to the
root of hov trouble, restored her to a
nonr::;. : . aithy condition and as aresult
her rur , ousness disappeared.
e itt, '
t Soap 25. Ointment 25 A 60. Talcnm 23.
! frc of "Cntlcwa, Dept. E, Boston. "
DfX'FSY PTMENT. Qlrei quick relief;
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Bids., Bo 20, CHATSWORTH. OA.
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high above the birds was the foHow!
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By REV. L. W. GOSNELL
Assistant Dean. Moody Bible
TEXT Paul the agecL-Philemon 9..
Old age is. dreaded by some. True,
the physical man may decay; the keep
ers of the house
may tremble, the
strong men bow
grinders cease be
cause they are
few, and those
that look out of
the windows he
darkened. But in
spite of all this,
'Paul the Aged"
may accompany a
Christian old age.
Doctor Cuyler at
cheerful he was. Thf -en
xninppias was written in his lattpr
years and from prison, yet its watch
word Is, Rejoice. Dr. Th
Jer in his autobiography, "Memories of
nigmy i ears, says: "There are some
f " v
do you want?
He Got It.
will take anything
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Ti ' inan a SVnm onrl -so o 4-U ,U 4- 1
age. For myself, instpnri n 1 k:
a matter of sorrow or pain, it is rather
an occasion of profound joy that od
nas enabled me to write in my family
record, Tour Sore Years'. The Octo
ber of life may be one of the most
fruitful months in all its calendar;
and the 'Indian summer' its brightest
period when God's sunshine kindles
every leaf on the tree with crimson
and golden glories."
Notice how sympathetic Paul was
wh-ii old. Shakespeare declares, !
"Crabbed age and youth canot live to'
gether," but Paul managed it. He de
lighted in young life and had Mark 1
and Titus and Timothy about him. '
uha a secret of perpetual youth!. !
Some Accomplishments of the Aged. I
Then, too, this aged man was busy. 1
We understand the feeling of John 1
i vti wmcn mm to pray, "Lord
let me not live to be useless." We re- !
j call that Michael Angelo did his great- !
; est work at siy-seven and at ninety '
i was an eager student and cried, "O
for another hundred years !" "Para- 1
; dise Lost'" was written hv Milt o I
j years before his death in old age.
j Paul was busy with his writing. It
: was just at this time he wrote to Phile
! mon, calling himself "Paul the Aged,"
1 that he sent forth his most glorious
epistles Ephesians, Philippians, Colos
sians. Many aged people by writing
letters of Christian counsel or cheer
might make their last days wondrously
fruitful. If they can no longer write
ith comfort, they may send forth
printed pages like leaves of healing.
Paul was busy with his reading. He
bids Timothy bring to him, while im
prisoned shortly before his death, his
books and parchments (2 Tim. 4:13).
What an opportunity age affords to
browse at will in our libraries. The
books we have longed to read for years
may then be enjoyed. And how rinh
they become in the light of the experi
ence of life Especially, "What glory
gilds the sacred page."
Paul was busy praying. Truly, he
prayed without ceasing and especially
in old age, spent so largely in prison.
So long as this ministry is open, no
one need feel he has outlived his use
fulness. Indeed, it is the very minis
try neglected by those bearing the
burden and heat of the day. How the
Lord seeks for intercessors !
Paul was busy with his preaching.
True he was in prison, but he preached
to his guards. So that throughout the
Praetorian Guard Christ became
known (Phil. 1:13 R. V.). We are re
minded of such an invalid as Bella
Cooke, confined to her room for years ;
but her bedside became a Bethel to
thousands. The aged may be "Chris
tian conversationalists" and may rival
clergymen in tSeir usefulness.
Finally, Paul was hopeful. "The
JACKSON COUNTY JOUENAL. SYLVA, N. C.
im?ioved umroBM internatiohal
?r of EnSlkh Bible in the Moody
Bible Institute of Chicago.)
(Copyright. 1918, by Westem Newspaper
LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 8
tion1)'7 be USed With temPerance applica-
siaSsfSTEXTS-1 K:ngs 21:1-29 Eh
wi??1;? TBXT-Have no fellowship
21 toTo A RSADING-Rornans 12:
TE??S.NAL MATERIAL FOP
Stt-ErRS-Ifuteronomy 9:18; Psalms
SiiiTrptv141-481 Romans 7:145
The robbery and murder of Naboth
is one of the darkest of human deeds,
f ailure to recognize; the righteousness
of Naboth's position, and to master his
own personal selfish dpsirpo Pocnu
in this dark deed.
I. A Notable Example of the Tri
umph of Evil (I Kings 21:1-29).
1. Ahab's covetousness (vv. 1-6).
Near the king's palace lay a plot of
ground belonging to a simple farmei
which Ahab selfishly longer for. Na
both, loyal to the law of God and exer
cising his personal rights. ' rPfnsMi ,
people who have a pitiful dread of old ??rt With U' tIl0ugh the king offered
1UU u"ai " was worth, or even a bet j
ter one in exchange. With Naboth it
was not a matter of money value, but'!
of loyalty to God and his fathers. It '
doubtless would have been gain to him j
to have complied with Ahab's desire, I
xu onerea its worth in money, or a
better one in exchange. Naboth put
prmciple before worldly gain, or even
a reputation with the kins. Abnh in.
stead of conquering his selfishness1
sulkily refused to eat.
2. Jezebel's wicked plot (vv. 5-16.)
When she found Ahab pouting she '
muuers into ner own hands. (1)
ouu taunted Ahab (v. 7). A weak man
cannot stand to be taunted, especially
by a woman. (2) A mock trial given
(vv. 8-13). The charge made against
JSaboth was false. They played the
hypocrite, nis death was secured un
der the pretense of justice. Jezebel
desired Naboth out of the way, so she
secured false witnesses against him.
(3) He was stoned to death (v. 13).
(4) Jezebel informs Ahab of Naboth's
death, and instructs him to take pos
session of the vineyard (vv. 14-16).
8. The doom announced (vv. 17-26).
(1) By whom Elijah (vv. 17, 18).
At the command of the Lord, Elijah
who had fled from Jezebel, goes to
meet the king as he entered upon the
puessum or iaboth's vineyard. He
went to take possession but could not.
God always finds a man to bring to the
sinner the fruit of his wrongdoing.
(2) What it was (vv. 19-26). (a) A
shameful death (v. 19). The dogs
were to lick his blood in the place
where they licked the blood of Na
both. There is a retributive justice in
the judgments which God metes out to
sinners. "Whatsoever a man soweth,
that shall he also reap" (Gal. 6:7).
Jezebel was to share a like fate. The
sinner should be assured that his sin
will find him out. (b) Obliteration of
posterity (vv. 21, 22). It was best
that the children of such a man should
be cut off so that there might be an
end to such a wicked dynasty. It
would seem that the world has now
come to such a state as this. The dy
nasty which is responsible for the
blood and sorrow of the world at this
time would better end and its poster
ity be obliterated from the earth.
4. Ahab's repentance (vv. 27-29).
Through his humiltation he gained
a respite from judgment. God allowed
him to go for awhile before he permit-
lea tne judgment to fall upon him. A
few years later he was slain in the
battle of Ramoth-Gilead (chapter
II. How to Overcome Evil
1. By separation from it (v. 1H. Thp
only way to overcome evil is to refuse
fellowship with it, to withdraw from
it. Lot, who had entered into fellow
ship with the Sodomites, was overtaken
witn disaster; but Abraham, who was
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A CROSS, FEVERISH.
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LOOK, MOTHER! SEE IF TONGUE
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time of my departure is at hand." he '
says, and he knows that "to depart is seParated from it, was able to deliver
to De With I Christ" Ac nQ ..j- , "ui.
' uaa JUL Jl l,
not a space, but only a line, .separates
between the believer and his Lord. "A
a syrup, and as a convenience for those who traveL
are called GROVE'S chill TONIC TABLETS" and
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Christian old age may be like the
polar midsummer days, when the sun
shines till midnight, and dips but for
an imperceptible interval ere it rises
for the unending day of heaven."
May an Old Man Be Saved?
Nothing is more pitiable than the
case of an old person who is without
hope.c But such a person need-not so
continue. Gypsy Smith loves to tell
how his gypsy uncle was converted at
the age of ninety-nine. "As many as
received him, to them gave he power to
become the sons of God, even to them
that believe on his name." (John 1 :12.)
You need not wait for some strange
feeling or wonderful experience. If
you will humbly receive Jesus Christ
as your Saviour, vou shall hp snvpd t
You may come late into the vineyard
and expect but little, but who knows
what the Lord of the vineyard may do
(cf. Matt. 20:1-16)? We heard of one
converted late in life who departed
full of joy, exclaiming, "I shall have
. Giving Wholly to Christ.
As I give myself wholly to Christ, I
find the power to take him wholly for
myself ; and as I lose myself and all I
have for him, he takes me wholly for
himself and gives himself wholly to
me, The Gleaner.
reproot (v. 11). It is not
enough to merely refrain from prac
ticmg evil. No neutral position is pos-
sioie. There must be victory over it;
it must be defeated. Antagonism of
the evil is necessary.
3. By watchfulness (v. 14).
Living in the light of Christ is nec
essary in order to overcome evil. De
ception is on every hand.
4. By a circumspect walk (vv. 15,
Pitfalls are all about us. To walk
without looking about us is most fool
ish, because the evil one is on the
alert, doing his best to cause us to
5. By a sober life (v. 18).
6. By being filled with the Holy
Spirit (v. 18).
Those who would overcome evil
must abstain from intoxicating liquors
and all the influences of the world
which unduly excite.
The Spirit-Ailed believer has the wis
dom and power to overcome.
The best personal workers are those
who have a zeal for others because of
their own changed lives. There may
be argument against some forms of
reasoning and against various cults
and "isms," but there can be no ar
gument against a regenerated life.
Every mother realizes, after giving j
her children "California S.vrun of !
Figs," that this is their ideal laxative,
because they love its pleasant taste
and it thoroughly clinses the tender
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When cross, irritable, feverish, or
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