THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. LESSON III, THIRD QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SERIES, JULY 19. "Text of the Lton, I Sum. xil, 1 3-25, Memory Verses, 23-25 Golden Text, I'Sftin. xll, 24 Commentary Prepar ed lij- nev. D. M. Stearns. ICopjrisM, 1933, by American Press Association. 13. Sow therefore behold the kins whom re have chosen and whom ye have de--tlred, and, behold, the Lord hath set a king over you. In verse 1 vre hear Samuel saying, "Behold, I have hearkened unto your voice in all that ye said unto me and liave made a king over you." Now he says that the Lord did it, -for he was the Lord's representative. If believers would accept the truth tha,t we are liere In Christ's stead our HVes would tell more for Him (II Cor. v, 20; John xriL IS). Israel now had a king, like other nations, but they had put a man In the place of God, for Samuel re minded them, "The Lord your God was .your king" (verse 12). When we re member Rom. vl, 10. "To whom ye yield .yourselves servants to obey, his serv ants ye are to whom ye obey," we -should be able to see If we nre putting any person or thing In the place of God. 14. 15. If ye will fear the Lord and serve "Hlnj and obey His voice. But If ye , -will not obey the voice of the Lord, but xebeL j Although they have sinned and God ! "has given them their desire, yet here la t .a way of blessing still left to them. Je hovah must and will be magnified ei ther In blessings upon an obedient peo ple or In judgment upon the unbeliev- ( ing. He redeemed Israel from Egypt ' that they might keep His command- j ments and serve Him and be a peculiar treasure unto Him above all people, a ! -willing and obedient people enjoying j His goodness (Ex. six, 4, 5; Isa. L IS, 19). Obedient service was the way of Messing, disobedience the way of the J hand of the Lord against them. Moses alled heaven and earth to witness j against them that he had set before 1 Ml 1 L I Hi I; 4UIU UlillU. UltUUIJ, lng, and he entreated them to choose iif e (Dent xxx. 19). 15-1S. Now therefore stand and see this great thing which the Lord will do before Your eves. So Samuel called unto the Lord, and the Lord sent thunder and i rain that day. and all the people greauy ieared the Lord and Samuel. A. deep conviction and hatred of sin Is a grand thing for any child of God, . . , i i.n . lor oinerwise one may usuii; lamper j -with sin and crieve the Spirit. It was a. most unusual thing to have rain dur ing wheat harvest, and that the people ! might hear God's own voice disapprov ing of their action and not think of it , sls merely Samuel's disapproval he said he would ask God to speak by sending thunder and rain that day, which he did. and God so answered him. and the people saw Samuel's oneness with God, and they feared greatly. It was some- strained to TTve in His fear and servo Him with the whole heart. In verso 7 he said, "Stand still that I may reason with you before the Lord of all the righteous acts of the Lord, which He did to you and to your fathers." Com pare DeuL Till, 2; Josh, xxill, 14. To us the word would be. Consider tho love of God to you In the great redemp tion He has provided and let His love constrain you to receive nim and yield fully to Him for His service, a reason able service In which we prove the good and acceptable and perfect will of God (Horn, xll, 1, 2). PRETTY COSTUMES. Linen REMIUM TICKETS GIVEN ON ALL SALES EXCEPT SUGAR AND FLOUR FISHER & BELLOWS COMPANY Rose Pink and Pale Green GuTns Sack Coats. Rose pink and pale green nre leading shades for linen gowns, and these are always dainty and cool looking In sum mer. A smart fashion is that of little waist coats of kid embroidery or old brocade for morning wear over blue or black serge skirts in company of a short i sack coat or bolero. 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Tet turn not aside frcm following the Lord, but serve the Lord with all your heart. The special manifestation of God in the thunder and the rain at such an unusual time seemed to convince the people that they really had sinned In asking for a king, and they entreated Samuel to pray for them that they might not be punished. The power of the Intercession of Moses and Samuel Is seen In Jer. xv, L where the Lord speaks of a time when even such as they could not avail. That time had not yet come, so Samuel urges them to turn to the Lord and, being forgiven, to serve Him henceforth with the whole heart. What precious words for us are these: "If we confess our sins. He Is faithful and Just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all un righteousness" (I John I, 9). rt 22. For the Lord will not forsake His people for His great name's sake, because it hath pleased tho Lord to mako you His people. When once we become the Lord's re deemed people, no power can pluck us out of His hand (John x. 27-29). and where He begins a work He will finish It (Phil. L C; Ps. cxxxviil. 8). He knows us thoroughly before He chooses us, and, having chosen us. He will perfect us, but He may need to chasten us, and that He will not fall to do as He sees that we need It Consider Amos ill, 2; Heb. xli. 5, 0. He testifies repeatedly concerning His rebellious Israel that all heaven did or will do for them Is all for His name's sake (Ezek. xx, 9; xlv, 22, 44; xxxvl, 21, 22). Jeremiah prayed. "O Lord, though our IniquiUes testify against us, do Thou It for Thy name's sake!" (Jer. xlv, 7.) For His name's sake we have the forgiveness of sins (I John II, 12). 23-23. Only fear the Lord and serve Him in "truth with all your heart, for consider how great things He hath done for you. 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