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SALEM, OREGON, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1925
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,A :eet of fire Hudson closed cars recently completed a remarkable test in Portland. In drives
over all kinds Of roads it was found that the general average of the cars was over twenty miles to the
gallon of gasoline. The test was officially checked1 by newspapermen and police. General gasoline was
used in the test. The upper picture shows the officials checking on the fuel, and at the bottom the
cars lined up in front of the General gas filling station at the start.
yourselves, and to all the flock
over the which the Holy Ghost
hath made you overseers, to feed
the church of God, which he hath
purchased wit is own blood.
29. For I know Us. that cfter
my departing shall grievous
wolves enter ia anion? you. not
sparing the flock.
3'. Alo of your own selves
shall men arise, speaking perverse
things, to draw away disciples
31. Therefore watch, and re
member, that by the space of
three years 1 ceased not to warn
every one night and day with
mend you to God, and to the word
of His grace, which is able to
huild you un, and to give you an
inheritance among all them which
33, I havo coveted no man's
silver, gold, or apparel.
3 4. Yea, ye yourselves know,
that these hands have ministered
unto my necessities, and to them
thst were with me.
35. I have shewed you a!l
things, how that so labouring ye
ought to support the weak, and to
rememler the words of the Lord
Jesus tow He said, It is more
ble3sed to give than to receive.
36. And when he had thus
spoken, he kneeled down and
prayed with them all.
37. And they all wept sore,
and fell on Paul's neck and; kissed
38. Sorrowing most of all for
the words which he spake, that
they should see his face no more.
And they accompanied him into
After the uproar at Ephesus,
the Jews laid wait for Paul to
destroy him. This ilot obligated
Lim to retrace hi3 steps through
Macedonia instead of taking a
more rapid sea voyage. He tar
ried with the disciples at Troas,
meeting with them around the ta
ble of the Lord, and speaking
words of encouragement to them.
In order to be at Jerusalem on
the day of Pentecost, he did not
go to Ephesus, but sent for the
elders of the church at Ephesus
to meet him at Miletus. The pic
ture of Paul's farewell to the
Kphesian elders is a very touch
ing one. His object in this ad
dress has been so well made by
Doctor Stifler that it, is substan
tially reproduced here.
. . I. Paul Reviews His Three
Vears' Ministry at Ephesus
1. The Spirit of His Ministry
( 1 ) He was humble, "serving
with all humility of mind."
(2) He was tender, working
for them in tears .
( 3 ) He was faithful in the
face of trials which befell him be
cause the Jews were lying in wait
for him. '
2. The Diligence of His Min
f 1 ) He made known every
thing whieh was of profit unto
them. This every true minister
or teacher will do.
(2) He taught both in public
and in private. A minister's
work is not done when hia pulpit
ministrations are over. The effec
tiveness of his public work is
sometimes determined by his
touch with the people in their
..(31 He neglected no class.
whether Jews or Greeks. The
Christian minister must te ex
ceedingly careful here.
3. The .Theme of His Ministry
21. ; ' " . .' ; .
This was repentance and faith.
Men and women need to repent of
their sins and believe on the Lord
Jesus -Christ, :
II. Pant Presents the Present
State of Things 3-27. .
1. His Immediate Purpose. 22.
This was to go to Jerusalem.
The constraint of the Spirit mov
ed him to go forward though he
did not know the things that
should befall him there.
2. The Shadows Lying Across
His Path 23.
Though-bonds and afflictions
awaited. "him, he went forward to
his work with undaunted courage.
3. Hia Fixed Purpose 24.
This was to complete his mints.
try which was to testify the gos
pel of the grace of God which he
had received from the Lord Jesus
4. Sorrowful Prediction
Those among whom he had la
bored should see his face no more,
5. He leaves No Debt -of Obli
gation Behind 26-27.
He was pure from the blood of
HI. .Paul Set Forth Uiq Kpbe
sian Elder' " Responsibility. 28-
1. Motives to Dutr -25ly " -
( 1 ) They ; received their call
and commission directly from the
Holy Spirit. ' - - -
(2) The flock for which they
'must care 4 was purchased- -with
the precious blood 6f Christ'.' - "v
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(1) Grievous wolves would en
ter the flock and mercilessly de
vour them. '
( 2 ) False teachers' Would arise
from among their number. . ;
3. - Incentives to' Watch 31.
Paul's own example for three
years he watched' night 'and day
with tears. -
4. He Commends Them to God,
and His Word -32.
He ; knew1 that this W"ord was
able to build them up.
5. He1 Was Unselfish In His
(1) H1 did not eoveTT""any
man's sliver, gold or apparel. ?
(2) He labored with Ms own
hands and taught, t,.' .
..IV. Paul's Prayei" 36-3S.
Having spoken these words he
knelt and prayed with them all. s
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Sabbath School Lesson
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I.KSSOX- FOR OVKIBEK 8
Paul's Farewell at Miletus
LESSON TEXT Acts 20:18:38.
GOLDEN TEXT "Ye ought to
suport the weak, and to remem
ber the words Of the Lord Jesus,
hoV He said. It. is more blessed to
give than receive." Acts -20: 3 5.
. 18. And when they were come
onto him, he said unto them. Ye
know, from the first day' that I
came into Asia, after what man
ner I, have been with yon at all
seasons.. . ; ... -
4.9. EervlEg"the hoxA witli all
humility of mind, and with many
tears and temptations, which be
fell me by the lying in wait for
the Jews .
20. And how I kept back noth
ing that was profitable unto you.
but have shewed you, and have
taught you publicly and from
house to house.
21. Testifying both to the
Jews, and also to-thte Greeke, re
pentance toward God, and faith
toward our Lord Jesus Christ.
22- And now, behold, JU g
fcmvnrKtn the- :pirlt unto Jerusa
lem, not knowing the things that
shall befall me there. .
23. Save that the Holy Ghost
witnesseth in every city, saying
that bonds and affliction abide
24. But none of these things
move me, neither count I my life
dear unto myself, so that I might
finish my course with joy, and
the ministry, which I have receiv
ed of the Lord Jesus, to testify
the gospel of the grace of God.
2 5. And now, behold, I know,
that ye all, among whom I have
gone preaching the kingdom of
God, shall see my face no more.
26. Wherefore I take you to
record this day, that I am pure
from the blood of all men.
. 27. For I have not shunned to
declare unto you all the counsel
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