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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1883)
The Review says:
«poken and fearless in its positions.
“ In view of the pressing call in
J. T. Rowe, editor, and G. W. Rice,
Faith cure* In oar county is a co-e iitnr and publisher. §2 00 per the far West for mission help, we
faith-cure woman physician. A rear. In clubs of 10, §1.50. Ad- suggest that our wealthy churches
certain man who is a member of a drew, Editor Review, Cincinnati, or «end their pastors West for the
Notes and Comments.
salaries of said pastors to be contin-
rie»; »Trying to hare a tumor co |
his neck removed by faith. It
The Christian-Evangetuil is an ued, during a kich time of three
wonld perhaps be profitable if be excellent paper. Every issue con months, more or less, the pastors
would first try and remove the im tains a variety of useful and inter can “ recuperate their wasted ener
moral tumor by faith in God, re- esting reading. Its editors are J. gies and recover their nervous pros
Change of scenery,
.......... ... TUra ii a .kind (A h i nz by
“ Let Pi t -kLiiarri.-on, B- W, Johnson and J. tration.”
c^r’liiid ch ang e o f
means uncommon among'preachers.; filthy communications proceed out IT. Smart Editorial contributors,
This a grave charge, bat if true, it of yoor mouth. ’
N. S. Haynes, S. Ely, J. W, Monser, work, will do them and the home
should be expoeed, and if false, it |
J. W. McGarvey, B. L. Radford, and churches more good, and give the
can harm no one.* K »owing where- ' It is quite probable that there Thos. Munnell. 82.00 per year in cause far more strength, than if
r Ik»/™» ^tabh-hed
they were to remain at home,
a r *? feartem o f tbs
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consequences. Breach era are quite at Lexington, Ky., for our colored §1.25.' Address, Christian-Evange preaching to empty benches, or
seeking recreation at the seaside, or
food of each other? society, and brethren, to be taught by the' stu list, St. Louis, Mo.
in the mountains.1 We say plainly
when together, have many “ preach dents of the Bible College We
er’s secrets ” to relate to each other. trust that all of our colored breth
and decidedly, with apostolic prac
Many rd these relate to absent ren will unite in sustaining this
tice as our guide and our model,
4-page supplement, presents a fine
preachers, especially to their de-
that wealthy churches, as well ss
array of articles. The editors are
ffcts and- weaknesses.—They—if
those in moderate circumstanets,
DrTJ W. CoxTFrof. It Turner; and
they were to confront these men of
that will not send their preachers
fihir, Italia«, Texas. e*Jit- Tboa Munnell. We greatly admire out to evangelize among the |>oor
“ whbin ttiey s peak, t he y w ould b e
ed by 8. H. Howell, 50 cents a the lovely spirit of the Timos. 82 OO and the helpless, and take care of
all smiles and compliments.
per year. Address, B. H. Cozine,
Again they affair t/r eacn other ,
Mavfixal months during
of their own work. They state its educating, and there w no better
the year, are not the churches of
slow progress, Ac, Ac, but if you educator than a well edited reli
The Gospel Advocate well says,
were to put their statements of gious paper. ~
Our churches everywhere should
their own work, or paper and they
heed this advice. *We are not in as
While we should give special heart betw’een a disposition to obey
would deny it
full sympathy with the wants of
It is quite a fashion to reprut attention tn the elevation of the God, and a desire to go in some the West as we should be. As it
everything a success, when there colored people, we should not forget other way. As the one or the other is only a matter of distance (noth
are many failures. Few men love the extreme indigent whites. They gains the supremacy and will be ing more) we should arouse to
the truth at all times. ’ E-»f>eciany are suffering furlighLAndiefiQ«- . the perfectness juf jjupxmjmad e on greater activity in sending thagos-
our heart?.” In the same paper E.
if it relates themselves and their rnent in thousands of fields.
pel to the heathen. We ought to
G. S. says : “ Christians put them
work. These things ought not to
Will those who oppose missionary selves in an unenviable light when support ten men to every one we
now have in the field. Let the
societies, give os a “ thus saith the
If a young rnan is free to speak, Lord," for their opposition ? To be they prove plainly that they love good work go increasingly on. Let
and deals wholly in truth concern consistent they must <lo this or be neither God nor a good brother. no time or pains or means be spared,
And they do this, as certainly as
ing these matters, he is apt th be silent.
till all the earth rejoice in the hope
the word of the Lord is true when
come quite unpopular in certain
of the gospel.
circles. He will lose the friendship
Every man’s calling or profession they force an organ, into the church,
We endorse Bro. Harney’s words
of those about whom he makes should be consecrated to God. We and thereby wound and drive out a
fully as They indicate a good heart.
should pray to him every day to
Another abomination is the many prosper our crops, trades and busi
If the spirit pervaded our ranks we
eulogies we read in the papers, ness, as well as our preaching and ’ sides, and he who wants an organ, would be far more effective for
some of theur are true—from the church work. If our live« are or he who does not want one should good:
heart. But many are written only rightly ordered, every thing we do be considerately treated.
* But let none mistake his part
to further the writer’s schemes; will show for his praise. W? must
in this matter, calling upon God as
and while he is writing, he hates learn to plow’, sow, and reap, wield
in extremity when no extremity
the man he is praising. This is the hammer, shove the plain, con
exists, and before he has used his
hypocrisy of thc*meanest sort, and trol machinery, all in the name of
own means to further the ends of
no man can continue to practice it Christ.
the gospel. Wherever God has a
bearance for one other, we can people and a work, he has provided
without being corrupt, " Speak
! soon adj ust the question to the satis- the abdity to accomplish that work,
the truth at all times,1 is the uner-
Among Our Exchanges.
faction of all. Dug.natism should or he will not hold that people
ring rule, and when we swerve in
the least from its severe simplicity
The Christian Standard is cer , be laid aside.
responsible for it; 'and when they
we start the downward road to tainly the largest paper we have,,
have done all they can, and God
* ^e Christian Foundation ably does not give the needed aid, be
degradation.' OuF Father is called and its quality and character are |
* the God of truth," and Satan, " the first-class. Bro. Errett’s editorials ' rcv*t‘ws 1 tof B. Hobbs on baptism, assured he does not deem the work
father of lies." When we lie, we are alone worth twice the subscrip- I He H ^ie friends champion, and necessary.—xV. E. Evangelist.
adopts the views of Dr. Dale. Bro.
are of the evil one. Let us speak tion price. * To
We can not call on God too often,
the truth, the whole truth, and 82. In clubs of 10, Si.25. Address Walker publishes a series of Fort- nor can we depend on him with
nothing but the truth.
Editor Standard, 180 Elm St., Cin | night lectures, which are good. too much confidence. The only
Their spirit is excellent and their trouble, as the quotation indicates,
The best thing in the world is to
scope sufficient to make them pro- is a failure on our part to do what
J I he A. C. Review is always out- fitable for sclf-iuiprovement.
be a Christian.
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