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' THE WORLD'S CR15SSET OCT. 12th. 1916.
r pp 3 T J'tilizsr tk Why-, "Continued from pae 2. i "when nail thaj twn and two of all flesh went into the a'rk ' mala and female, and then said there was- but eight souls sved. , - " - . . For there is no mistake but wbat Cain bad a' posterity and t.wo an two of them went into the -ark as well an did the created peo ple who was numbered with the beastsas we aba I) prove later on. Men may reason and theorise tut those arguments above are plain bard Bible facts. So we ay to our readers there was a people in the ark that did not iiave a living soul. God said that , they were a people that was not a people, And it was for this reason 'that God spoke through Isaiah and said.. 'Sing 0 barren thou that didst not. bear; break forth into singing and cry aloud thou that didst not. travail with child; for more are the children of the des - 0ate than the children of the married wife saith the-Lord' (Ia.54-1 The barren was the married wife the man and woman who 3od placed in , the garden the characters spoken of as being desolate who had many more children than the married wiN, was the male and female created on the sixth day, who was not shut up in the garden, but had dominion over all the earth. They were desolate of salva tion living soul so the Reader will clearly understand bow the a.iaJ r.u n n i -1 l across the flood: that Is by being cambered with the . beasts, as we shall prove later on. Now the great stumhlicgblock to the many i,' the aentiles not having a Jiving soul, before the coming of Christ. Now then we think this is a poor thing to stumble over, for we can yet re member, before our late war, and during the war, and after tbe war, there wax a prevalent opinion, that tl)e Negro did not bave a living soul. And we must acknowledge that they were in the form of man. This idea was gathered from tho idea n-enented In the Bible that the aentiles Iwe shall call the created people Gentile, here after) was numbered with the beasts as we will in the future prove. . - Therefore, upon these grounds , we olaim the proof of our point and will substantiate it still more as we pass on with our other subjects that is to follow, ts Dear Reader if you will only layasidoall prejudice you will ee tbe truths as tbey are in Christ Jesus' and drink n the aweets of a Crucified Lord. So . .. ..... i we take up tne point or tne Gem tiles being ' numbered with the beasts, that is. "THE CREATED MAN NUM BERED WITH THE BEA8T, . Glancing over the past, we , notion that the ancient looks of - time has been stood uo'before us and w shall now enter upon the -task of placing before our read -era tbe fact that the Created man who was Created on the -sixth day. and was given domin ion over all the earth; were num bered with the beasts. And the llrsi scripture that " we shall -notice on this point is that God 'Created this man on the very day 'And God said f Let the earth bring forth the "living creature after his kind cattle and creep ing thing and beast qf the earth after hia kind ; an"d it was so. And God made , the beast of the earth afterbls kind tvnd cattle after their kind and every thing that creepeth upon the earth after his kind and God saw that it was good. And ood aaid Let us make man in our image after our likeness and let them have dom inion over the flsh of tbe sea, and over the fowl of tbe air aud over the cattle and over all tbe earth and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth. So Ood created man in bis own Image In tho image of God ere at ed be him male and female created he them. And ood blessed th6m and nod said unto them Be fruit ful and multiply and replenish tbe earth and subdue it and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the fowl of the air and over erery living thing that moveth upon the earth." aen. 1-24-28. After we learn with our start ing point tbat God created a man on the day that h8 created the beasts of the earth. We find again tbat ood speaks of them as beasts, in this language: "And surely your blood of your lives will I require: at tbe hand of every beast will I require it. and at the hand of man. at the hand of every mans brother will I require tbe life of man." Gen.9-5 ,''At tho hand of every beast, ' shows to us that thoro was in tbe form of man, some one who was numbered with tbe beasts or called beasts and in order to confirm this fact: Tbe next scripture that wc shall present you is this. ! ''I sat J in mine heart concern ing the estate of tbe sons of men. tnat upa mingt manliest them and that they might see that tbey themselves are beasts." Eccle. 8-18. ' This scripture needs no expla nation, we only need to satisfy the mind of the reader, that this scripture was only applicable to the Gentiles, to prove our point. And to do this we shall refer you to this scripture. ''I sought in mine heart to give myself unto wine, yet acquainting mine heart with wisdom, and to lay hold on folly till I might see what was tbat good for the sons of men, which they should do under the heaven all the days of their life." Ecclu. 23.. This teach us plainly tbat it had to be some body outside of the people who belonged to the formed man (Who we shall here after designate as Jews) For Soloinan knew the end of the Jews. God's law to them taught Soloman this fact. Wherefore we see that he gave himself up to drink and folly, until be might see what was the end of the created people. Or in other words be threw himself into the attitude of the Gentiles so that he might find out their end. And in csncluslon he said: that God might manifest them and that tbey themselves might see that they were beasts. But this is not all we shall still further our claims by pre senting to the reader this scripture. ''Many bulls bave compassed me strong bulls of Bashan have beset me round. They gaped upon me with their mouths as a raving and roaring Hon. ' 'l am poured out like water and all my bones are out of joint my heart is like wax it is melted in the midst of my bowels. " My strength is dried up like a potsherd and . my tongue clerveth to my jaws and thou bast brought me into tbe dust of death. For dogs have compassed me the assembly of the wicked have inclosed me tbey pierced my hands and my feet. I may tell all my bones tbey look and stare upon me. QTbey part my garment among tbem and cast lots upon my vesture. -Psa. 22-1218. There is no one can say but that Cbrists crucifixion is set forth in this prophesy for they piarced his hands and feet and upon his vesture tbey did cast lots and then this proves tbat the characters tbat crucified Christ were numbered wilb th beasts as bulls and cogs: then our next point, will be to see who it was that crucified Him; Many will tell you tbat it was tbe Jews. But we say to you tbat tbey only condemned Him as tbe following language of Christ will show. "Behold we go up to Jerusal em, and the son of man shall be betrayed unto .the chief priests and unto tbe scribes, and tbey shall condemn him to death. And shall deliver him to the Gentiles to mock, andto scourge and to crucify him nnd the third day he sball rise again.'' Matt. 20-18-19 This tells you tbat it was the Jews who condemned Him and that it was the Gentiles tbat crucified Him, And by this then we prove tbat tbe Gentiles were numbered with the beasts. Bat yet we are not satisfied we shall ask you to read this; 'Then (ed they Jesus from Caiaphas unto the ball of judge ment and it was earl t; ami they themselves went not into tbe judgement ball, lest thev should 'Beeflled, but tbat they might at theTpasKover." St John i8' 28. Yes the Jews here was doing u st what Christ had said tbey should do. an recorded in Mat. as well as Luke. That is that they should condemn Him to death, and deliver Him to tbe Gentiles to mock, etc. As you will find in tb6 following scrip ture. "Pilate then went out unto them and said what accusation bring ye against this man. They answered and said unto him If he were not a malefactor, we would not have delivered him up untotbee. Then said Pilate unto them, Take ye him and judpe him ac cording to your law. The Jews therefore paid unto, him, It is not lawful for us to put any man to death. That the sayings of Jesus might be I f ullfiiled, which he spans signifying what death he should die. Then Pilate entered into tbe judgement ball again, and called Jesus and said unto him. Art thou tbe Kicg of the Jews? Jesus answered him. Sayest thou this thing of thyself, or did others tell it thee of me? Pilate answered. Am I a Jew.' Thine own nation and the chief priests have delivered thee unt'i me what hast thou done. St, John 1829 to 35. Continued to page 4. i!!iSfIIEI!!!l!ISHI!!llllll!illl!!lliiiIIQll!iill IliHililiiiiSiiiiiliiiiHillHIiOilili;- ! Make the Clothes that make the Man Chicago's Best Tailors Now at Your Service ALL CUSTOM MADE Not Mail Order Clothes ESS BUT- GRAND SPECIAL Fine Blue $ f Q OO Serge X Omul Perfect Faultless INDIVIDUAL Tailoring to your correct measure Each suit cut by hand one at a time and measured four times by expert Tailors before it leaves our establishment.' Only All Wool -Fabrics used in our suits whether it costs $16.50 our low est price, or $35 our highest price. 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