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THE WORLD'S CRESSET, DEC 16th. 1915. The Cresset; Mountain Grove Missouri. Route 3. Caudle Grove. Risv. L, S Garrett Editor. PUBLISHERS. N.GvGarrett and M. M. Bowers f , tmt i ' - Column - per year. ....$35.00. ....$60.00. ....$28.00. ....$14.00. Professional Cards $1.25 a mon. Locals per line lit. insersion 5cts Subsequent insersion Sets Local advertisements will be nnfil rvAarat not. VUUtlLUCU UUVil va iSPSpecial cantracls made larger Adds. of Rev, Also tell me where to find the passage where it savs, God thought to change times and laws, and wore out te saints. Please answer 'thru Jyour Col nmns, And Oblige;; 3 T" Your SlsteHn Christ iW Mrs.'Wm: A, Adams. , , Ji;u r.p-- .. WHY NOT BE A GOOD SOL D1ER? on QUESTION COLUMN. fellow manat the bidding of the lords, of earth After those lords have made their prepara tion for peace as they say. We must say that to he a good soldier. U to be follower of Paul as he was of Christ. And love each other as Christ loved us. and we -will need no other preparedness for the love of a good - soldier worketh no ill to their neighbor. Then why not be a good soldier. QUESTIONS NO. 70. 1st. How long after Christ i.ied was it till PjuI was Choosen as the Apostle of the Gentiles, and why was he choosen? 2nd. Is there any difference in the gospel 'of Circumcision committed to Peter, and the gos pel of Uncircumcision committed to Fauir We learn from the pages of the Appeal to Reason that th Post office officials are getting after the Appeal to ttenson a gain. Toe Post office Depart ment claim that the Appeal ha throwed a reflection, on the char auter of the soldier. There is one armour you can put on that will make you & good soldier, and that is this; "Finally, my brethren, be strong in the Lord, and in the power of his might. . Put on the -whole armour of Gjd, that ye may foe " "able1 i to stand against the wiles of the dev'.l." (Ephe 6-10-11) When a man dresses bimsell i this armour be then is a good soldier. In this armour you wrestle not against our fellow man; As It reads: For we wrestle jot against RrA. What was and is lira's Two Witnesses standing before flesh and olood, but against prin the nod ol the earth? 4t,h. Wbo is the beast that was: is'iiot, and yotis? Lsi as many preachers as can answer these question and let each preacher under taking to answer just answer one at a time as we want the good of all. We ,U not care bow many answer Readers show hese question!' to vour preachers and have them answer or tell you their reason and then give their reason to us for it. QUESTION NO. 3. cipalities, against the against rulers of Home Circle Column, ARE YOU EDUCATED? A professor of the University Chicago has evolved a series of questions for the educated which be vows are the best evi dences of a real education; If you can answer "yes" to all the questions you are truly educat ed, the professor says. Here are the questions; - Has education given you sym pathy witbu aUv tbe good -causes aVd"made you espouse ttoemJL- His'it made you public spirit ed? Has it made you a brother to the weak? -? Have you learned how to make friends and keep them? Do you know what it is to he a friend yourself? Can you look an honest man . or a pure woman in the eye? powers, uo you see anyming to love in the dark- a little child? ness of this world against spirit-1 ual wickedness in high places. ' (Ephe.6-12.) - 1 It is not flesh and blood that tbo good soldier wrestles with: it is principalities, and powers, ' against rulers of the darkness of this world. This certainly is true, of the poor laboring cias. for tois reason Christ said take uato you the whole armour of God. That you may be able to 'Withstand all the fiery darts of the wicked one. The principalities are cow ruling and they say we must prepare for "peace" by increas ing the navy and the army in every respect. Hence, the poor Esplee Minn. Dec. 7, 1915 Rev. L, S. Gamtt: . Dear Bro Wili you please explain thru has to get ready in mind to go your Columns, the 12th. chapter out In the battle field to kill their Will a lonely dog follow you in the street? . Can you bu high minded and happy in the meanest drudger ies of Ufe? Do you think that washing dishes and hoeing corn is just as compatible with high think ing as playing a piano or playing golf? Are you good - for anything yourself? , 1 : - Can you be happy alone? Can you look on the world and see anything but dollars and cents'? . ... t : Can you look into a mud pud dle by the wayside apd aeea clear sky? Can you see anything in the puddle but mud?