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raMmanKnamn P 1 5 tor Russell Right,. God and IJis Christ is the one I thct quickened tl em from the1 dead as.He says, i ("As It is v.ritten. I have made ome Circle Column, the tout Md world began. oi many whom"ho telii who nuickereth nation ) eci he Continued from Cresset No 29 aeh us that it could n oi' until it did exist ivo Sf m e. Hence this th'"'S.e things though they , a niiui o q htm r, God RinrP dpc,i aRd' ealleth I. W W , i i , woien u' were. Rom . 4-17 Tn this tic is where the Genti les was made a quickening spirit Hence, let usreadas'God speaks. "Howbeit that which was first, (the Gentiles) was r.ot spiritual but that which was natural, (the Gentiles ) and afterwards that which was spiritual,'' (the Jew) j flang jour mother's portrait give her husband wise counsel ovtr the mantle, Bid unholy and sympathy in his business j inirthstand back from that thre-1 difficulties, She can take entire shcJJ. Consecrate' some spot in charge of the money expended . that rojm wih the knee of pray- for the.house and do it in such a Don't let all the sunshine in ei ' tlle memor.V other days, business like way that will give came to worse, to g nature become c'oudv sinro von a fiber's c unsel, a mother's : her husband infinite satisfaction, hansome house, tr.l o crisis because 1 e"--knew ti at at homo was a cheerful, sympathet ic woman who , :s Ihmking of him all the day long, and would bo ready and willing, if worse 1 up her room in a are growing older. love and a sister ' call it home, confidence The strenth of nation is iu the intelligent and well c rded homei ! of the people- of the Shirt' machine. Reason tr r.ot he spok in the osit secret did exist ii of the world. Yes. and as the God had set the world in Word says. ' The rirst man Adam ! heart. As it reads', no one is useless in this world who lightens the burdens of it for another. She can earn a little something Pack street, and ; for herself perhaps, and at least .... j she will have the comfort of The busy man must havesomrf j knowing that whatever happens, pleasure, some recreation, fomejsha wiU-fal' on her feet relaxation. He ought not to have it on the street with gossiping' chatterers, or at the gambling it- There are men defeated in life the sun shine, the on "Song sewing Tn the work ble with the dissolute or wanton. I because they have at hon e an j thd fjowers Hence. The first, innn -n; f the beginning thejearth earthy," (the Gentile.); How much of your success do their you owe to your wife? It is only ought to bo pure, elevating. ! just to own this fact before her j stimulating The man that is so He ought to find it at home, He ought to do something in which his family e:ould have a part, It (the maele man) the see first compleato man) was n living soul, (this is one nd man Adam was (this made a qnickenmg spirit. is the second man) Now, you will ask, how do you know this' And wo answer the Word of God teach us this fact. Because God says . "Howbiet that was not first which is spiritual, but that which is natural; and afterward that which is spiritual.'' (1 Cor. 15 4(5) "He hath made everything be- day by day' lt wi" make her hap considerate and equiposed, that unsvinnathetic or uncongenial , wife. And many a man has passed safely through a financial each other, man iero God lets birds sing and make happy love to hould not be the only saddentidlobii ct autiful in his time; also he hath set the world in theirlheart so that no man c:iu find out the work that God maketh from the begin ning to the end. Ec. 8-11. We turn again and react. The second man is the Lord from heaven. (1 Cor. 10-47.) (The Adam the Son of God.) Luke 8-88, Here is the two men complete and the secret kept hid from the Ye-s that which was first was beginding of the world, but is py and keep her youthful, will make this matter no second- a ry affair, but; give it the best He is a selfish being who bav-! thought of h's life, .will make a ing trouble in his trade or call-! better mfm a moral citizen, more ing or piofession, always brings ! considerate husband, more love his trouble homo for the nurnose i ln" lainor. Me will find Ins family of making every one else miser able. s then could to Christ, for itual, and for now mi.de manifest. No wonder the opponents of truth are so uneasy about 'this ns was unrist, matter, and crv out he c aims to ly with the spirit-1 he Christ. When they see their uperstition, Unkind words do as much harm i as unkind deeds. Many a heart has been wounded beyond cure many a reputation been stabbed to death, by a few little words. not spiritual, Th not have ri ferencie Ho was always spi :' r, v fill e . n tfl.v 1 then you do ax ral part oi uhri VVnwl nltilnhi loonh imn lint Tin ' 1,., !,., U., ,.s,u I from the Wisdolli of its Vftl'V sin .. .... ,.. ....... u.i v n IJJLU H'C.y 11UVO UCCM I luiu so i was befor all things, even before j long are getting weak and then ! lui;'e tauht us, we should start the earth was ere'ated. A living find out according to scrinture. ! afresh on the race. " Spirit, As He says. it can not stand up much loneer The Lord possessed me in the j they fear. For they s e, and ou r When the hobby horses of The past is fixed, No tears can wash away its facts. We should waste no regrets upon it; but ties strengthened, so that'as'his children. grow to manhood and womenhood, nojplace will be so1, attractive to them as the fireside at home, A girl who is brought up to earn her owp living never will "just settle down to nothing." She w ill understand the value of money, havi.ng earned it, p.ndcan READ THE OBEFSET ! before his evei lasting oeginning ut tits wa works of old, 1 was set up frol from tne beginning, or ever the earth was. When there were no depths, I was brought forth; when there we're no fountains abounding with water, Before the mountains were settled, befoie the. hills was I brought forth. While as yet he had not uride the earth, nor the field nor the highest par!; of the dust of the world. When he prepared the heavens I was there, when lie set a com pass upon the face of the depth: When he established the clouds above: when he strengthened the fountains of the deep. When he gave: to th3 sea his decree, that the water should not pass his commandment: when he appointed the foundation of the earth. Then I was by him, as one biough up with him and I was daily his delight rojo'cing always before him." (Prov, 8-22 to SO.) You will see by Ibis that Chr ist was b"f ore the Jew or the Gen tile, a spiritual being; The', efore, it was the GentUe end the Jew spoken of here, 'as the first and second Adam, Christ was the quickening Spirit that quickened the Gentile world from the dead: they are tne ones that was made a quickening Spirits How were they made a quickening Spirit, Piease read. For as the Father raiseth up ths dead, and quickeneth thetn; even so tne Son qu'.ckeneth .whom he will. St. John : 21. A's please r ad ajiia. Verily, verily, I s.'.y unto you, The hour is coming, and 'now is, when the dead shall ho&t the voice of the Son of God: and they ! that heir shell hV Marvel not at this, for the hour, is coming in the vtbicu a'l that pre in th-1 glares shall ho ;r his voice. St, John 5 25 23 For God says' this It is the spii itchat q'l'scWencihi the flesh profife tli nothing; the words th.it I sp.ak unto you, they are spirit, and they are life, St. J In 0 01 Let the path of life start whence readers knotf, that we have given it may, and let the way be nothing but the pure scriptures ' at.ocm nrl tWmr if if. .-. n0. re are sunny fields far up the for our. proof, which uncover all their superstition and self esteem And places the two men before the reader in the characters of the Jew and Gentiles. With those truths before us, we ask the readers to pass with u our next issue. heights, for those whoihave faith and resolution to climb them- To Be Continued. TAKE NOTICE Let the conversation at the to table always be bright and cheer jfuh And just here, let us say, 'cultivate an excellent deport f ment at tha table alway p, for however polished you may be, if your table manners are neglect ed they will surely betray you, Let each member of the house hold do all in his or her power to make home the brjghtestraDd happiest place on earth. Any party or parties wishing to ask any questions through this paper upon any subject religious ly or otherwise shall be treated as a friend. But in no case will the Editor allow any siang or slang phrases go through its columns. CLU B PATES. The truest and most respected of all neighbors, is the one who always speass well of everybody who devotes the largest share of her sympathies to her own affair is chary of administering unso licited advice and who always waits until her social and kuseful capacities are re-quested, and never renders herself officious eveu in her most sanguine efforts at proving to be a good neighbor. With the exerchse of much pa- ! tience. the model parent will gain ; th love and obedience of the Any one who will make us up child without harshness, or what a club of five Subscribers, send J some one has designated 'physic us two dollars and hold the fifty al persuasion,' and instead of try ents for their labor. Or a Club mg to r.eit goodness into child- 'jf ten or more at the same rate. ren WW mae their natural ten dencies and-possibilities the sub ject of tarnist studv; then by kindness and erentleness, so trai.i these as to secure a harm onious dtvelepment physical, mental and mora1, the normal activities will be directed into laudab'e channels and a desire crra'ed to do what is required. Ti.ouyh you rnay be ct iff from your early as j.ochtc, cine! though you may be gr prated from all your kindred, young man, is there not a r. om some where that you ; can call ycur own"' Though it be ' the, fourth hstory of a third (:lass boarding jboiis"0, into th un room getter 'bo 'Us, picture laad a. harp,- 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE 3d MI3 Bl Trade Maaks Designs CopvniaHTa 2. A nvons sendlns n sketch a::d dosrr'-.t:gn mdj enlolily r.acertniu ot oilmon kp wbotlior an Invention In probaMy pnionta"- j. (ciiiraunlca tions st rictly coiill(o:illl. nHnOBOOK on intents unit froo. Olrtost neop- y lor eeurutg patenta. I'dtonts taion f-.,ouKh Munn & Co. receive fprcinl nr.Hct, -Uhout chnrao, In the hnndanniclv lllnatrstod weekly. I.Wt clp. nulntion of n iolentlOo Jouruuli 1 crips. M yeiir; tour momcs, duiu ujiui vnpw Or- ":. ' .flee. (Si V WaWpton. I a TAKE NOTICE DEAR FRIEND Don,t think because we are not located in a city that We can,t sell goods at city price, or less, High rents, big salaries large expenses, must all be made from the profits of a city business. And if you trade there you must not forget that you pay for the priviiedge of doing so. It is different with us and the . act that our business is continually increasing is ample evidence that the people appreciate the advantage of trading with us. Our expences die small and so are our profits. In the city expencesare large and profits are in pioporti n. When you buy from a mail order house you have to Pay The Express or Postage on a small eiuantity and The Rates Are high. "Wet buy in large quantites and freights a small item When you spend a dollar in the City that dollar is gone from this Vicinity forever when you spend with us a part of. it stays here and is converted into taxable property, anel there fore aids your schools, your churches, your roads, lind com munity at large. Please remember that the buyer of this firm is never leepy stupid or indifferent when he buys bargains that will yield us a small profit and saves you money. We can supply you with all they have in any general store, call on us get the worth of your money in dry goods: Croeeries' Felt-boot-anel Sir es Ilats and Caps &. Yours Respectfully, G. G. PARIS Brushy knob Mo.