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Ba'nie Morr Boggina no, TAKE NOTICE Any party or parties wiehin to ask any qneBtiona, through thir paper, upon any ubject, religi. ously or otherwise ahall be Ireated as a friend, But in no cane will the Editor allow any it ang or slang pb r" ?o tfc rough its columns SCHOFIELD & PADEN. DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE AT ' . NORWOOD MO CLOTHING HATS AND OAP8 3L.-A.DI1CS PUPLNisnnsrca- goods JEELRV HARDWARE BUY AKTJD SHIP OORDWOOD OALL AND SEES WHEN 1st NOR WOOD See Here. We the people of the Colony keep in stock Sewing Machine supplies tor all Leading Brands of sewing Machines, such , as Needles, shuttles Bobbins, Winding rubbers, Tensions springs, Belts and set screws, A'soaiWanthat understands adjusting- feed Pitmans and Plates- Or removing Frictions. Ke will do you right, And ' do your work Right, call at this OFFICE, nd ifyou have them, bring your old rubbers and did pieces of copper and brass 10 exchange with us for cur SuonUa. Yonre For Bumuhs,', . ' t , . . 5 Bom may tbooMad timt n in tb world to day, thftthia not the feitteat Ides of tho nbybty powor wielded In end by Popery lam. . The CetboUo chnroh "had great,, worldly wledom. For as we qooted In our leak article ironUae 18-Q that the chil- drea of this world ' are wiear than the chfldrsn of light. Thia being a fact we cannot aaaign their aoperstiUooe worship to their ignorance- There muatbe something else, as the root of the caase. We will tave to get in Tlew gone other reason There fore, we will have to assign the cause to some unseen power We repeat that we will have to assign the influence of the Bo- man Catholic ' chnrcb te some unseen dark pnw" r fie we will have to say that they i right; and if we say that they are right! then we wil have to ay' that protestantism is wrong- Fur t.i two differ so much, that it is impossible for them both to be right For one man to believe there la a purga tory, and that souls go there, and that the priest has the pow er to pray them -out, and tbat another man to believe right tbe opposite; tbey both cannot be right. Then in order to know tbe trnth we must learn by the Word of God the wrong. To he continued- QOOD3 QISOCEKIBB Look! Hro. OarOtnleaM taQ m wast ed (, waeeat esMikst a. wmu te bowe f laraet m4 ike soms of !Z.T !? ' l eeed ef beatut Bd. Gatwsm MMe telles what tkJ oiaua aad tbe seed of hMia m tbat Ood l going to'eoW tbe bnse of Israel aad las bouse of Jadsb whbf Jsmss Parkus. ' Those two qaeetioM 'ere ao sisMly eoaoeoied, aad both of them are yery important ones; we tbink It best to answer them is eoaaeoties. First then, the qoes- tioo is "wbat dose it toean to aew tbebosseoflsraei;and the hoass nfladah with the seed ol men.' Now lor ioetaaoe, If we was to say that, we were goto to sow oar field of wheat and field of barley with tbe seed ef talrs, we weold know what that meant, and we woold know the difference be tween tbe seed 0! talrs and the wheat and the barley. Bat this does not tell ns tbe differenoe be. twoen the seed of men, and Israel aadJodah. So we will hare to go down into tbe ander strains ' of dlyias troth, and dig ap some ol the bright gems of Christ's grand old testimonies wbioh Be spoke of whsa he told ne to eeareh tbe Scriptures, fot He eaid they were his testimonies. We And by the word of Ood that the eeed mention ed was Christ, please read. Mow to Abnluo and bis sssd were Ike iri)Uiita mule, He tl.h not. And to li. m of many; but ai of one, Aad to thy awd wbicb li Cbriit 01. l-rie, Learning by tbia that Christ was tbe seed; We mast learn whether or no, tbat He ia the seed ol men Henoe, we ahall ask yea to read tbts, Tbat the bleMlng nf Abraham might eotne oa the titoatltes through Jasui Christ: tbat we might neire tb promt of lbs Bpfrlt through faiib. Gal. 8-14 Christ tbe seed The Gentiles was tbe men and the poasta spoken of. For it was them tbat waa to rsoieve tbrongh Abraham tbe promiss as he said. To whom Ood would maks known wht is lb riches of the glory of this mystery snong lbs Owtll ; which U Christ U you. tbe bone of glory. ICol. Christ in tbe Gentiles became tbe hope of Glory, And this is why Panl spake in tbie manner. And the Scripture, foreseeing that Ood would Joiuty tbe heathen through faith, preached before tbe gospel unto Abraham, laying. In tbee shall all aatlxm be bleated. Gal. g-8. , This is plain facta that Christ is tbe eeed of tbe Geotiles called men, p'oio read "Ilia eons ui God took the Daughters of rasa." (80s Gen. tt oh,) And tbey were called men'and beasts; please read. , ' I aald lu miiie heart ouncernUig .the state of the suns of man, thai Ood might iaanlfset tbetu. and that Uy might ee that they tbemaelfn are. DoSMle. JCCOlf. S-1B : Tbia givoe ne the eeideaoe of the Declaration of "the eeed of men ana . eessts to be sown la the honse of" lerael and tbe boosaor 'r' """'" "'" Panl ' . . Wat aaegar QurtloaXo.o 'r;':''t we : tbss' ato';t!4 tie lzi ' fattf Coi fers: e e tu tew.-- too;-- --.,; . art lesttlsd wy fatik, (by Christ) Tbe eeiresaK&oa (the Gaotlts) ibreO fci. (taseeghCerisQ we mm aad the seed ef beaits tbat tbe koaes el lerael aad tbe boaae ollsdak are to be sewn witb4a tbe rreat and eominr day. Tais eel la for the evideecs or aeriptare tUt protse that this day baa sot yet some. laorder to do ibis wo . . V . -a it mast sbow to tne reaaer inai we Iaraelitei did sot reoieve Christ at kie Bret eomiag as tbe Christ So weaak yoa to read. Be earns note bis owe, and ble own teoeifed bimaot. Bt. Joba l-ll. , tea will aak sow why did tbey not reci ere him? And we ahall answer, tbey eoald nett 9ot St. Joba eaye tbey could not. Fleaae read, . Therefore tbey eould aot belief e, Vwauss that Kselas said again. He batb blinded, tbslr eyes, aad bardansdlhslrbaarti tbat tbsy should not see with tbelr ayes, nor understand wlib tkir heart, and be oonvrrtnd end 1 ahould beal them. 8t. John 13-88-40 Tbie Is very plain tbat tbey could not believe and Panl een firms . tbie . etatemont. in tbie language. (According as It 1 wriltso. Qiid bath glfea tberathetpirlt of sluintur. eys that they should not see, and eara that tbeyabould nut har;) unto tbie day iRom. Jl e. : 1 . After we have read the Scriptnrea above and team tbat God closed their eyee in s aanor tbat tbey were not to see Christ. Tbe quee- tioo will arise in what manner were their eyee bhided, and we shall soswer by parables. Flense read And tbe disciple came, sod said onto him, Why speskeat thou uutii tbem In p arables f He anawered and said unto tbem Barons It la glyen unu you to know the iiiyaierles of tbe kingdom of heaven, but to tbent it le not given. Matt. IS 10 tl. . Christ spoke to them in parables so that tbsy oonld not understand him for Mark ooofirms this faot in this Language, And hessld unto them. Unto you it Is given to know the mystery of the kingdom of God. but unto them tbat are without , all these things are done In parsblse ; Tbat seeing they "if sse. snd not poroteve end bssring tbsy may bear sad aot nndsrstsndi Isst at any time dsrsti A be hsy should be converted, sad their let sbould be forgiven them, Mark -11-18. From tbe foregoing Soriptnree we learn tbat tbe Israelites were not to reoieve Christ at bis first coming and tbat the Gentiles was to . reoeive Him Henoe he bejomee the seed first f tbe - Gentilee, and then tbe day comes that the house of Isrsel snd tbe house of Jodah are to be sowo Mb Christ whieh is the seed of men. And tbie day will be when tbis Language as fulfilled, For I would not brethren, tbst y sbould bs Ignorant of this mystery, Inst ys abould be wits in your 0 a conceit tbat blindness In part I happened t. IirasU until tbs fuineae of the Geotiles become In. . v. And so all Israel ahall be eaved; si It I written. There shall corns oat of Sioa tbs Deliverer aad shall turn swsy uoRodlinesa ftom Jacob: For this limy covenant unto them' when I aUall take away their !. 1 A concerning tbe gipol. . Ilittjp ara entmles (or your lakes, but ax touching the olectlun, they are beloved . for th fatbeir-Htke. Rum. JJfr-Mji). . Here yon will see that tber can. not believe tbe Goepel until, tbe Deliverer comes ont of Zioe (the Gentile Chnrob) then tbey will be eaved; tbat ia they will reoieve Christ, aed tbts Is the Intflllment of the Script are that has called lor, tbe J two ' qnr-sUoos . above. So trnsting tar labors may have tbe desired elteot oj the minds of Bro. Brioegar and Bro. Parkas and all ; We shall evwr remain our feitk .'-V; :! Ei.eW Care Is ao. iczzj- f aad I ttoatfrti ky . yoair ttzzl akm I woold ask (;C9vi: qaeettoD..; r- . :;';TOA8Wa' Pleats harmoalas tbssa two scrlp tares.; Aad aato AbssImi omn vrara W three eon, and one daughter, whose nawe vu Tow, ebe wes a woman of a fair countenance, it 8am. HSt.l And 'y-:. Now Abtalom In bis lifetime bad Ukun and reared upfcr hlmsell a pillar which le In the kln l(e; for he eaid 1 nave no eon to keep nay name to remrmberence; and he called tbe pillar after bis own name: and It la called uate this- day, Abiklom's , plaoe, 8 Bam. 18-18 -8.O. Uerrltt Under the one man theory those two scriptures cannot be harmon ised, Mow some time ago we re cieved an artiol on tfiis question frout onr esteemed friend sir. Pepue ol. Mountain Grov-t wkiob appears in this week's Cseibit. 80 after studying over the sub. jct for some time we thought the greater light ;onld be had by publishing the brother's nrtiole a- long etde of onra and have all the good together that we oonld get. So with tbe utmost reepect to our dear and es teemed brother and friend we eball proofed to give our answer ou the above appearantly contradicto ry sjriptures, We shall state first; that under the one man theory any Bible reader must say that the one' verse uontradicts tSe other; for it is a fact, that, if a man would say that he haJ three anus, and thsn say again that he had no eon, he would contradict him eelf. But thank God that we are able by tho Bible under the two men theory to give a reasonable auswer to (he question above. When Absalom left on the ao count of tbe killing of his brother Ammon : He weut to Geshnr snd there took to himself s Gentile' woman, aud three tons' were boru to him by this woman, which they like Ishmael to Abiahsjn was not oouuted in the liueage of the Jews a sons, pod would soy to Absalom as he did Abraham when He said Iehmael is not thy ,0,l,I?.i, tbTWD. thiue only on.' 80 in this same manner Abtalom had no ton ; iBenoe, he . '"" ; ,.1 .'.-'.; How Abtalom ia bis lifetime had ken and'rsared ap forUmssIf a plllar wblcb la In king's 6 tie; 1 for be said I bsve no son to keep my asms In rsmem' branee and he called the' pillar 'after hi', owe same and It fs ealw anto' tbis day Abtalom" place. 8 Samuel 16-18 ; V'i , Noither one of these three tons. oonld be heir to him and keep bit name, all vet tbey, oonld, not be eouuted as tbe.aeedyt their mother wis a 1 Gentile ; like the Xgyptiian Soid madet-i AbrahanV'?-r- From this, brother Merritt .wilj just how In , hsrmniie . thesa twq .eehptnimhias-:; show 'aiy.:aa it' is W;Utrewe metf to'tjC; right andeiieteBding ot 11$ Ucr ; teiumce, when tbey; t anal Is perpntate Iheteowti'rsie.;-.;;: .' ton will ' find y wtitea T nir'a reputation litl 3fcli'ki brtjoStinaa ern:hlm other valuabfea petnate the name and raoei T Vol douht Absalom 'a sons were dead (if he ever had any) oreiae they, were Ulegltiaaate and ; he would not own them .and reared the plllarta pernetatie hia own nae. 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