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· Los Angeles, California, April 9, 1908
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Lo~:d.iuu .. l.mak.e : Th~~eli::tc.mf!,;::_- :,.- · -- A living, bright reality- More preeent to f'aith'•
Lo~:d.iuu
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l.mak.e :
Th~~eli::tc.mf!,;::_-
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A living, bright reality-
More preeent to f'aith'• villion keen
..
Than any · outward object seen;
More dear, more intimattdy nigh .
Than e'en the sweetest earthly tie.
. THERE is behind .the
message of every
true preacher the
power that
made the world ;
;Love's
Begettings.

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is recorded. All trtie prayer must have a divine .source .

EYen in this Spirit dis.p'ensation, .no merely' hum.an i>.r~er

is available. Paul tells us that

"we know not what we

should a .sk for as we ought'' without the Holy Ghost's inter-

cession. How needful then that at all times we should be ''filled · with the Spirit,''. so that He might plead through us according to the will of God. These are the

that

are

· pray."

always

answered.

.X

~~~Qrd,

teach

pray~rs

. us

to

R.

P.

. What W: e are and What We S _hould ·Be.

What a wonderful thi.ng is lo.ve. It is · not only· an OFTEN. in the quiet of our meditation we have to hang

; offensive and'defensiv~·power, but it -is also a begetting: o~r head in shame that.ih the·face-or'"the··mighty~,provi.::

-: force: It produ~es in .the ' person who has if; ifnd alw l-ii sions of atoning blood, and the marvelous possibilities held .

the person upon whom it is bestowed . It is often said out in the precious Word for God's children, we . ~re not

th~t "Love will find

expedie~ts, but aiso

a way," and is not only prolific in its

persist~nt in its efforts.·

It .

is - con-

stantl'y begetting within a man wpo

has_ .

it· new beautiEs

of character, developing the nobler traits of pencnality,

leagues

for

the

ahead of our present experience

and

efficiency

Mas.fer's

ser\'ice.

It startles · ·us w~en we .get

glimpses of what we ·can be and what we should -be, and

put it .alongside of what we are.

When the promises are

and creating within him new emotions and new aspira~ "exceeding abundantly above that we can ask or think,"

£ions until he is not only a glory to himself, but a ·being · and so many pilgrims going on ''at this poor dying rate,'' .

to be chosen for fellowship · next to · God Himself. But

love beget'> also in the orie on whom · it

is

bestowed.

It

it makes us feel like having the altar call before preach- ing the . sermon. Surely in this dispensation of the Holy .

. has a marvelous power to ·draw out the nobler trait~_of Ghost, · this age of "Better things , " we should be moving

another and to subdue those contrary to its nature.

It is

a key that will

bring every string

of· a

discordant soul

· into harmony, so that it will resound with the very musie

ahead quicker than what we are. A Christian · of today, cleansed from sin and filled -with . the Holy Gl)ost, ought

to be the embodiment of

the close fellowship

of Enoch,

of heaven. It · will beget the chord of hope in the dis-'· "' the meekness of Moses, the faith . of Abraham, the bcld-

com·aged, will strengthen the faith of the weak and will ness of Elijah, the faithfulness of Daniel, the humility pull a soul out of the "Slough of despond," and · bring it and fearlessness of John the Baptist, and the meekne~s

to the cross in triumph.

0 beloved, shall we not let love

outward

toward

and lowliness of Jesus . a It ar.

have its full sway in our ow!'l souls and

the · souls o't oth~rS>? The best thing , the mightiest thing, · the 1'nost glorious thing iri eart~ or heaven is LO.VE. Get A Deadly Blight.

Say,

brother,

let's go

to

the

R.

P.

-,

love, and then-get more ojit.

The Divine Source of

R.

P.

  • X A DRY, fruitless, emotionless, self-satisfied holiness profession is one of the "blights of death" that we u,~ to fear these days. To be in this condition . and · sit unmoved and unresponsive to the most earnest and most convincing presentation of the truth is to say the least, a most critical condition for a soul to be in. This spirit of

Prayer.

coldness and hardness amounts many times

to

presurnp-

 

tion "wheh public tests . are given-for this class of holi- ·

ness professors are the first . to rise ' under every test

and

.

are :a constant blight Upon and perversion of our holy life

AT the close of one of those seasons of communion of the Son of Man with the Father His ·disciples carne unto Him and said, "Teach us to pray, as John also taught his disciples," and then was'l;>orn the pattern prayer for all

mankind for all

time . We have thuught with .some inter-

est of the statement in reference tQ John's prayer, which he taught to his disciples, and wonder what wer,e its

requests, . and why it })as not been recor_<l,ed fo:r example,

and fellowship,

and if

not stirred up and rooted . out will ·

the same

as "Our Father." · We

hav>e Christ's.

· That is

b.e the entering

wedge of our decay.

Many of these pro ,

· ··-enough. If John's had been recorded it ~ight have con-

fessors . say, · "Well, that doesn't touch me." But; ·

flicted with Chrises, · or · drawn"attention from it ; so · its

broth~r, it ought to touch you; it .rnight be better if .you

omission is .in line with the humility of John, who 'said,

were a little more ."touchy"

on

the

matter ,

even Junto

"I must . decrease, but He must increase." John was a

conviction

as

to

your

state;

They are

sapless ·· trees,

man filled . with the

Holy Ghost, certainly, but no prayer,

fruitless branches, which Jesus

says

should

be

ctit

off

. even from so pious a man, can be· a pattern fol'> au · men. . Jesus was God as well as man, and therefore His prayer

was fro~ a divine source; and a safe pattern, and therefore

from 'the vine. They · are n 'eitner· "cold nor hot," but a.re

"lu~ewarrn," and are very m~ar the "spewing" procES~?,

unle'ss they r~pent

. .

"Lord, is it I?" R. P · ·

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2 .

Nazarene ~.Lessenger

[.April 9,

1908 .

Contributed Articles

 

Then

wh~tsoever ye

ask ye .shall

 

overleaping . the

Roman

custom

in _

 

receive, according to your faith in the

order to .make doubly sure his

safe-

JOHN'S CASHIER.

riches of His glory.

 

keeping.' Not

satisfied with this, he

 

¥-

$

$

places a guard

of four . quarternions

. c.

v . LA FON-TAINE .

THE

PENTECOSTAL. NAZARENES.

of soldiers OVtlr the jail;

sixteen men

In

these days of · financial strin-

Aimus<r N , NILSoN.

·

divided into bands of four each, and .

 

. gency' when the .banks refuse to pay

Ye Pentecostal -Na20arenes,

the day

divided

into~four watcp(;!!LQ( ~

  • ou·t-their- gold-to - the- deposi tors;-who -

-ca llea OUt b'y- God tostaria - -

- si'x ho\irs-- each. would

not--Impose on

 

are the · real · owners , . and even the

For holine ss and purity,

them excessive service, necessitating

tellers look with suspicion upon checks

Go Obey forward, your . onward, Lord 's ·command! upward, and

sleeping on duty, which meant

death

presented by rightful parties, · it is

charmingly refreshing .to find a cash-

Ter- w-no

never -aisnonors -·a- check

or - -

turns away a person who

pr;es'ents a ·

.

Shout

freedom

o'er the land;

for a Roman soldier; and yet Peter

Cr.o_s~,_moJ.mtairrs, v ·:rlleys, .plai na and-~e"--·.eScaped

-Naturally enough is the

Ye nobl e , faith .ful band!

question, How did he escape? . Simply

No m~tter what_your ~n'my say-s,

by tfle

miraculous · power of God, in

"promise to pay ."

The Apostle John

No matter what he thinks,

answer to prayer,

which ·'was offered

had such a cashier.

He was connected

It does not

m at ter what h e do es,

by the Church without ceasing.

with a bank that never did and never

Nor what

excuse he brings;

Go on your way and run your race,

 

.

The never-slumbering eye

of ·God,

can fail. It's riches are the untold

wealth of the universe. The Apostle

With pati e nce, set before,

It

may not be so many days

beholding_ Peter

so

soundly

s leeping

between two soldiers, w bile the saints

Paul banked at the same institution,

and on one occasion he exclaimed, "0

 

Before

the race · be

o ' er.

are holding an

all-night of

prayer at

Remember, " Naza·ren es," the way

the home of

John

Mark,

sends His

the depth~ of the riches, both of the

That J es us trod alone,

angel to awaken and lead -Peter to

t'he

wisdom a:pd knowledge of ·~od! how .

Was not

a

w ·ay with .roses spread,

a stone

. , -But thorns, and many

 

. great

iron

g~te, which

,opE;!riS

of

its

.

· unsearchable are His judgments , and .

His wayspas_tfb1di~gout." _

 
 

_

Th a t l ed to· Calvary,

 

. t>wn

· hastens

accord,

and Peter

walking ou.t

to

the

prayer-~eeting· and

 

·

Speaking of

his · confidence in the

 

.

Wh e r e on the

cruel c ross he

died ·

testified that God ' had delivered him.

bank wherein his we~lth was placed ,

John says,

"This is

the d-eposit that

To

ransom you and m e!

No wonder that at daybreak th.!'!~e was

So fri en ds ,

be .not .dismayed . at all,

.

Wh e n ·tlie wor.ld "looksdown~'.on you,

.

. no small stir among the

soldiers

and .

we

have

in

the

bank --:- that if ~we

   
 

people generally. · ..

Prayer and · 'faith ·

had prevailed; God brought things to

present any check or promise for .any

It n eve; was a friend

of God,

.

amount, according to His word ; He

honoreth

we know

it;

and if He

honoreth it,

that

we

have the amount

And always . was untru e. But praise the Lord , if His you are,

What else c.an you expect?

They c rucified' the Lord Himself ,

pass,

and

Her_od

being

1

1

comp ete y

foi led , rallied by calling a mass-meet-

ing

and

delivering

an

oration

with •. ·

.

that we des1re of

Him .; ,

(1 Jno.

5 :

And you they won't

respect.

·such

eloquence

that

the

people

14, 15.) .

But n ever mind ; the day will come;

shouted,

fla:ttered

and

praised

him ,.

My, what marvelous riches! What

It

may be n e ar for you;

going so far

as to s·ay that

it was the

 

untold

resources!

Enough to supply

So just prove faithful to the

end;

voice of

God

and

not of man.

·

H"

1

Our

· all our needs, ' 'according to His riches

in glory by Christ Jesus." (Phil. A:

19.)

Indeed it is such a spur to faith , as

you present a promise · of the word ,

and, after the manner of banking,

His promises are true! And at ,th e yonder "Eastern Gate, ••

Your "c amping ground" near home,

He'll meet you when your work is o'er,

And bid you w e lcome home.

So fight and press the battle on,

·

And on, unto the

end,

God, who wi-ll not permit

IS g ory

be given to man,

sent

His

angel

to

to

smite

Herod ,

who was

immediately

eaten by worms 1 and died . But the

word of God grew arid multiplied.

Faith , comes

by hearing

and

hearing

··· · you

ask, .

''What

is

my

balance, .

please?" to be told that. "His grace is

sufficient (2 Cor. 12:9);

and that you

Depending always on His arm,

Of strength,

He will you lend.

L~t "holiness" your wat c hword be,

by the word of God : Let us stand on

the word and

trust to

the ·. cleansing

· are not

overdrawn

bt~t · you

may

ask

in your account,

and

receive

that

your joy may be full." (John 16:24.)

This heavenly Cashier says

that

"He is able to make all g r ace abound

Be sur e

to

exalt the blood,

Let " Vi ctory!" be your battle cry,

And glory give to God .

CHO. -Giv e praise and glory to our God;

Ye Nazarenes, be true;

 

blood

to

make

and

keep us,

''not a

peculiarly holy ; "

people.

but a

holy

peculiar

,jC

,jC

,jC

"BE. THEN DO. "

to\Vard you; that ye, always having

Preach full salvation through the b lood , · And God will hon9r you .

 

J .

w.

GOODWiN.

all sufficiency in all things, may

Oakland , Cal.

 

The

quality or

character

of

our

abounafO ·every good work."

(2 Cor. ·

,jC

$

,jC

work depends upon the quality or

 

9:8.)

The inflo.w of divine grace and

ANSWERED PRAYER.

character of our inner life.

It is pos-

power , of love

and glory, is mor~ than

T .

s . MASHBURN. ,

sible for people to -dO

better

than

enough for · all

our need.

What a

wonderful

privilege

to be .

co~nected with God.'s unfailing wealth

of g~ace, but, as with a · commercial

bank on earth, so with the glory bank

of heaven·, you must ha-ve your mime

and signature recorded , that the cash-

.

ier may know that you are the right-

ful person entitled to draw from the

'K ing.'s treasury.

Herod

Agrippa -I., grandson of

they are, but it

is quite improbable

Herod the Great, ·was orie -of the most

that any one will be better than they

cruel of all the Herod rulers . For do. Yes, there will · always be mis-

proof_of

this we have

only to look at

takes · even by the b.~st of sain:ts~·but

his attitude toward

the Apostles · and

even our mistakes and blunders, if

the Church in A. D .

44,

and considet"

there is the . right inward

sthte

how

he

murdered

James

with

the

through ·g~ntleness and -meekness and

-sword, and thrust

Peter irito -prison, · deep hU:mility;· may more clearly man-

placing him hetween two soldiers

ifest the life of Jesus. Wrongs

and binding him

with

chains,

 

thus

righted and mistakes confessed have

.

April 9,

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1008] ·

·

Nazarenti..

.

.

Messenger

.

·

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sometimes brought

people

to Christ.

This is a time

of

great

deeds.

And

there is a growing passion to do some great thing which will give notoriety

and for the bestowment of some

.

honor.

What sacrifice, . what priva-

tion, -w bat end'urance ·is .:

..ofteii

und~r­

gone with ·seeming pleasure in the mad rush for wealth, position arid·

honor.

All

this

doing when

put

in

th e balances of God weighs nothing.

· · Works

are

motives.

weighed

· by

·hidden

Gnd does not despise works, but on

the other hand commends them. Even a cup of cold water in the great

reckoning . day

r ew ard.

is

not

to

And we are told to

iose

let

light so shine that men

may see

its

our

our

good works and thus ·glorify our

Fath-er

..

in · heaven . But -hidden

motives enter largely into the compu-

tation of our wor~s.

The poor widow

·of whom we read put . only two mites

into the offering, 'b\it it was so· clean

and came from such motives that by

so me unseen touch if was

..

made .to

weigh

more

and

go

farther

in . the

courts·of heaven; than ·au the · thous-

ands given by all the rest. And did you notice that the cup of cold water

"

· must be

given

in

the

name

of

the ·

Lord if we get any retu'rns? Even

our preaching and praying and testi-

fying may mean nothing to our credit

in the final reckoning day . If we

preach or pray ·to be seen of men that

.

OUR

MISSIONARY · WORK. · . especially nice clothes of hers and ' I asked

her · ''Where

did -you

get' _such

nice ones·

INTELLIGENCE ABOUT HOPE SCHOOL.

The letters recently received from the widows· and m:·e .mbers of Hope

fr.om?"

and

she

said,

(mother) gave

from

them tp

the hospital in."

Banarjee an~ saw tears

"Mrs.

me

to

Banarjee

come home

I

turned to

Mrs.

in

her eyes,

so

I

School have

been

and - satisfactory . .:

..to~tne.:.

.

most ' encouraging suppor.t.ers..: ·

a~4

friends.

Some who we~e c~n-

tributors to the School before It came

· sent ~o~is _away an~ th~.n asked _lie~ wh;v sh,~

·The wa!l

c~g. She s~ud, I a~ crym~ for Joy:.

mght--tha t- Dons-was-setzed- wlth-cholera- -

:Mrs. Banarje_e took her off to the ·hospital at

once at 11

p.

m.; but

she

wa-s

unconscious

to us, but who do not belong to our and the nurses told .Mrs. Banarjee that she

church · had felt somewhat inclined

was dying.

They said they would not admit

to -' disdontinue . .

their . : dongtions . . ' · but

. upon recetvmg _ ~he . mspirmg . letters

· her \lnless clothes ,were left·fo~-,J~x!E.!L!t!.f.~l!!

after death.

It was a

very long way• home

...

to fetch clothes, s~ Mrs. Banarjee promised

~--

froin the girls and members. of the School, most · of them · have deter- mined to continue their support.

Indeed

the

letters

,

. bl~s~ed Impulse

to

have

·

the

. given . miSSIOnary

a

·

'if they would admit

her she

would go and

buy some clothes and r e turn at once.

She

f~rgot in her sorrow that it was aimost mid:- . mght But she and left that the all hosp1tal the . shops praymg w_ould al}d be closed. found

one Hindu shop open, but they had onfy_'ex----

Splrit among our people generally.

pensive clothes and

. The latest word from Mrs. Ave- had in her

pocket. .

just double the pnce she The Hindu shop-keeper

toom brings a request for earnest · ask ed her why

's?e

was looking

~o sad; and

prayer on behalf of the School.

·

.

.

.

.

They

why She told she h1mandhe w:as buymg _sympath1zed clothes ~t that_late w1thherand .hour. ·. .

are agam threatened With siCk~ess · said, ''Take. them "'h.~lf P,rice .and may y~ur and ,t~ere. has been . one · · death . by God save the poor girl's life : May she come

· cholera: .

. The~ faith

and

heroism

of

out of the hospital well and strong, wearing

our precious missionaries in

Calcutta

are a source of great thankfulness to

.

every lover of the work. A little glimpse 'of _Sister Banarjee's devotion

can

one

be gathere9- from an extract from of Sister Avetoom's recentletters

these

ve~ cloth_es. "

our God 1 s good mdeed.

~

$

And

so it

was.

Oh!

C. E. AVETQOM.

~

.

'!' 00

.

GEl IN L~E~ .

of

God s

"" . ::

·

.

many bemg d_efeated and

c~Ildren are deceived . theEe

to Bro. Adams of

First Church, Los

d~ys, Simpl~ because they

are

not

Angeles, who supports

four

girls

in · a~tve to the Iss~e of the ag~, and ~he

Hope School.

Mrs. A vetoom ·enclosed

him . thi.s

little

letter from

Chapola

st~ns ~of the tim~s

mightily for

God IS caii~ng

.. ~ mi~sto'_lary cam_paign

(Doris), one of his four girls. In today, a~d His .V?Ice IS heard m the

writing of

this child, Mrs. Avetoom

opportumty, therip~n:ss, thedeman?,

is all we can ever get out of all our

records a most remarkable and touch-

effort. We may give · a · cup of cold

water because we do not want people to think us unkind , or we may build

churches, schools and colleges, great public libraries, d_o great deeds of

philanthropy to be seen of men and

then · lose all we invest.

Service in

ing incident in Sister · Banarjee's

labors for this particular girl. We pass it on to the friends of missions .

Chapola! s letter follows, afterwards

an extract from Mrs. Avetoom's

letter.

MRS. ANNIE T. ARMOUR,

Cor. Sec. Mission Board.

the duty an? the privilege afforded m every foreign field under the sun.

"Many shall be cold," "some shall fall away," but those who have caught

God's thought for the effort of these

latter days, an.~ will yield themselves. a living sacrifice to that effort and go

and give and pray until "every crea-

quality is

determined by motive , "In

the name of the Lord," and is meas-

to be really good must

come

from

a

g-ood heart, so it is first be then

do.

CHAPOLA'S LETTER.

.

My dear Friend and Father:- ·

I

am

hope you are quite .well.

I

Pray for

me , I

had cholera,

God raised me up, but I

am still

suffering.

I

ured in quantity by ability, "She has done what she could." Good works

not very well yet .

but

ture'' has heard, will find themselves in a place of victory and confidence.

No . man can· shelve the missiona:ry

. is<Jue today without fearfui disaster

to his own soul and the souls of other~.

If we are right

we wi'll do right ,' and

mistakes made in trying to do right

through confession will only prove

be right and do right. The new law

got 11 Bible

slowly.

on

prize

Ps. 119:105.

day and can

~Pray that I

read it

may get

light from reading it.

· in this School.

l

I

am learning much

sin,. but

was in the path of

now I am in the way of life. I want to be

the servant of Jesus Christ.

Pray for me.

both in heathendom and among thoEe .

homeland . ·saints where

is felt.

his inf}uence

''way in the ·

wilderness" of heathendom, . and if

our willingness and determination to

sttll reads "Be, then Do." " Be ye

God is going to make a

holy," then

live holy . · We live what

I

want the Lord ' s blessing upon me.

He has

, ...

you

are to have any part or reW.ard

in

we are, and what we are we live.

: brought me here for which · I thank Him .

I

that purpose it is

high time to get in .

$

_.

$

.,c

. Two New _ T.rac.t?J., .

"WHY YOU SHOULD BE HOLY,"

·

know

when

you Jov e me.

I

· "Much lo'Ve.

J wanted Jove so much

Now I

have

got

Your little da~ghter,

lots .

CHAPOLA.

line . Indeed, beloved, should we fail ...

came here .

to see His hand preparing to' make

that'"way"- we must miss God's'J>est

AND

.

'

for us. None of us should be satisfied

" CHILDREN

OF THE OLD MAN,"

Are Words iiJ. season to the justified. Can be had from the author, ·~ev. R.

Mrs. Avetoom writes :

The other day I was very much touched by

something

happened

I was exa min ing

all

the girls'

boxes

and

Jool<ing at

their

with second-best things,

but ~11 of us

should strive to

make it· true in our

Pierce, 730 San . Pedro Street, Los

.. li

;.es

that - we \.~do. always . the things

Angeles, Cal. ;per 100 .

Price, 20c per doz. ; $1

clothes and listing them .to see who needed new ones, when Doris showed . me some

that please Him.''- · Electric Messen-

gP.r.

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·

·

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:

a message by wire to hasten on to
a message by wire
to hasten
on
to
 
. · · . : a message by wire to hasten on to
 

Correspondence

   

Mississippi. Our last meetings were

Seattle to assist in negotiations for

a .

in Iowa. We find our circuit greatly

NORTHWEST DISTRICT.

 

' church lot in that city.

Brother . and

 

lengthened out in . the last twenty-

 

· Sister

Wallace · a~

· leading _ on

the

years,_:

__

God blessed us . in saving many

The travels of

Brother and

work here

and God

is

giving

them

souls.

 

J. A. DooLEY & WIFE.

Bro_wn hav~ brought

them

agam. to

Pro]).erty

is

high

and

the ·

Bro_wn hav~ brought them agam. to Pro]).erty is high and the ·
 

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thei-1'--home-m

meetl.llg

 

:

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:E:i\:ST- P ALESTINE;- OH-IO-· -

 

mu

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at

Ashland,

Ore.;

g. reat s_uccess.

I~son Impresse

B

d

th

cl~~e_d ~p . With

H

u

ff

· an

d

R

° -

b

_

I

emse ves

on

th

 

'

thousand dollars for a lot at

the

cor-

ner of Arora and Blewit avenue. The

e - church could not

raise this . amount,

.

God ·gave us a good meet;ing here in

which eighty-five persons were saved

'

·

 

__.__

ci!~--~~~-~~!l~_pe~p~e were blessed a~

but Bro. J.

C.

Ha

es

and

his · good

or sanctifiE;!d,

 

and. last

mght at the

 
 

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B

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J

.

ami y

0

are Naz;areries and we

ro.

--s -·h. ·tt

c

u

w

h .

0

trust will with

er,

purchased the lot for us and lets_ -the

church ha

' t

ve. 1

un

n ·

1

sue

h

t '

as we

ized with sixty.:one members to start

with and more to follow soon.

.

.

Bless

 

_o

th

·

ers

. o

f

th

e

b

e

N

th

.

f

e . nuc eus

1

t. M df

or

a

Ch

d

azarene a

e

or

.

h

urc

W

e

can pay for It.

b

·

·

usmess man

and jud

e

t

o

Bro. Hayes IS

f .

-

·

conservative

Th

L

d h

t

a good

·

d

mm

t

d

the Lord

·

-

·

We have one -of the cleanest · sane t .

,

s

were treated with

t

h

IS

.

t

h

osp1ta

.

bl .

e

.f

t

h

great kindness in

orne.

S

F

.

rom

h

t

h'

18

h'

.gthm

WI

ld'

n :t

qm

e

e

an

or

ats rfusthe.

o

..

IS

Im

.wor

amoun

.

s goods and he desires to serve

pom w: ~e~ d ~ t~ e~, w e~eBwe : God in his day and generation. Sister

.

1

.

 

and

most earnest band

of

holiness

people

h ·ere

This

will

be

I

k

.

o

f

.

h

a great Church

n.ow

anyw ere.

The

.

are people of intelligence

a~d ' high

.

were en e

an!e

m

e

orne 0

ro-

Hayes stands with

her ·husband in

- ·

·

·

·

·

·

·

·

·

ther . and . Sister

-

.

an

d

d'

- trie.

Kyle.

. They

are

,.,.· sta':lnc,I

...

_hol~ne~s pe_()ple,

.

 

th'

·

d

.

Is goo

. ·. B

··· k

wor

. d

.

H.

e IS

.

.

a

.·

·

1 .

oya

1 - .

Naza-

.

 

:standmg m

and d

,.: :

t

evo e

the City and are

d t

_o

G

0

·d

. an

d

h

. 0

1

.

as

Jpess

true

·

as_

 
 

:·-

· b

·

f

. th · · N

'

·

· b ·

d .

true to -God and the truth withoutan

mem

ers .o

e

azarene

an

an

·d

.

 

.

 

-

rene.

?-

b

·t

ou

· .ro.

'

4

.an

th

--

'

·

raismg.

f

u~ter. · Wallace

d

f

h'

b

set'

'ld

un

s

or t

are

e

. m

-

ready to

mg and at this time we

·

 

any I ever saw a tad they have -the ·fire

'

·

·

   

·

 

·

 
   
 

too.

N

ow

I predict a

th

·

nee

d

great · church- here.

t

h

at

·

IS

·

m

 

-

apology.

In

the evenmg I preached

.

..

Y

·t·

th.

h

an

t o

Th

qm

e

goo

e

d

a

company m

L

..

or

d

.:th

was w,

.

.

eir

.

us

orne.

d

we

we

.

had a good ' service.

. From Salerri

.

put the lumber on the

·

·

·

k'

·

d

are

S

rna mg

ttl

W

goo

h

ground .

. ·.,.

We

.

progress

dd ·

hel'e . m

h

.

ey

a pastor

lead

e.very way :. cap' able to

·

them o

Bless the --Lord

He is leading on

'

n.

·,,

ea_.

e.

e

. ave

a

·

I-tiOns

to

t . e

 

·

·

·

·

   
 

. We

expect to

t~rke charge of

our

 

11

went

to McMinnville, Ore., where

·•

· were

d'

1a

cor

d

. t

en er aine

t

.

11

y

In

.

receive

th

e

h

.

d

d

ro.

an

f B

orne o

k'

m

S

.

we

dl

y

D

.

chuhrch a~most every Sunday,

~nd m

a s

own

·

ort time we exp.ect to

b

-

Ul

10

- '

mg.

·

be

m

our

H. D. BROWN.

·

· new work in

bath

'

April

5

·

Indianapolis

.JC

JJI

..

II

next Sab-

 

Crawford.

He is

a

friend

of other

.JC

.JC

.JC

-

·

. -

HAMMOND, IND.

· d-ays.

Many

years ago we knew him

PORTLAND, OREGON.

: ,.i.~-According to engagement I came to

in the Lord's

work on the plains of · · Sunday was another great day of

this place March 7 to ·hold meetings

South Dakota. Here we had a good victory. Three sought the Lord in and wage war against Satan in Ham-

. service in a private home. We found the morning and three at night. Our

mond. We began March 8 and God

quite a band of earnest holiness

peo-

young people'-s meetings are excellent

put his seal

on

the

work by

giving

. pie.

We trust

the

good Lord · will

and so are the street meetings.

Souls

us souls

at

the

first

service.

There

lead these dear peo~;>le, both at Salem

are ~nding the .!--ord at :r;tearly every

been seekers at almost every

- and

McMinnville,

in

the way which

serviCe, for

whiCh we praise God.

Dr.

· -service, and, thank God, some finders :

shall get g -reat glory to

Him.

It

is . Go_dbey has given us some good

talks · We are looking for quality rather than

· sad to see so many people hungry for

· the last few nights and some

so\lls quantity, and urge them to dig to the

the soul food they do not get. · have been blessed. We are now look- bottom, hence may not be able to

From McMinnville we .went ·· to - Jng ·forward to ·the District Assembly . report · large numbers, but· the few

Portland

where

Bro .

Henricks

and

and Camp-meeting June 4 to 14.

Let

· who

get through

know . they

,have ·

. his faithful church . are doing excel- · all the pastors on this district rem em- something

real. .

Hallelujah to Jesus!

lent work. ' Som~ · changes are · ·now

b(;!ing made in their church property .

..

b~r that they are members of the com- I am here alone, as Bro. A.

T. Harris

mittee who are to

plan for this meet-

and wife ate in the South. taking a

.

In the .near future we expect to see

this growing church housed

own church home~=-

.

.

,

in

their

ing,, _ Let them write at once to me much-'needed rest. However, the God

at Portland and suggest any plan they

of battle .is with us,

and in His name

may have. We hope and expect to make - we propose to go on to victory.

At Sellwood, which -is a suburb of

Portland, we found Bro. H. J. Elliott .

faithlully

pushing

the battle.