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About Christian herald. (Portland ;) 1882-18?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1883)
a ENTUCKY department
Theio is a proposition to found a
“ Widow’s and Orphan’s Home ” at
Louisville. This is a good move-
not wither in every blast, and be
blighted in every frost of pcraecn-.
tion._ The plant that strikes its
root? deep into, the earth outlives
the snow and frost and blasts of j
winter. It endureth to the spring,
when it only grows more vigorously
because of the winter’s storms and
freezings. So with faith.
work, that no one will believe false
reporta.» > »■ —
The Pulpit Treasury, No. 3, is
All matter intended for thia department
an excellent number, as indeed is
should be sent to J. W. Caldwell, West Union,
Owen Co., Kentucky.
all the numbers. The frontispiece
We had two accessions on the
We wish to correspond with every preacher
in Kentucky in reference to the circulation of 4th Sunday in August; an excellent
is a likeness of Dr. J, H. Vincent,
the H eualp , and contributions to its columns.
Send for terms.
the great Sunday school man.
man and woman, at Oak Grove.
Among the ample table of contents
They will take membership with
Notes and Comments.'
we find the following : “ A Present
Incarnation,” J. H. Vincent; «I3
Ten additions at Rush Branch.
Corinth-Academy is a nourishing
Prospects for a Bible School for institution, situated at Corinth^ there Probation after Death ?” S. J.
J. B. G.
■ CurLt«« :
“inarch Prosper] tv**
■■fîülûrpd nrpftchcr& ftpo op i favorable GrarTtcounty, K ÿ?
__________ e Board . o£ r Bishop MRrn^f=«TW:?Tfiror Terh^ '
4hat»a loeatien- is -berng -smight-nut' ’^Gtê'osTave
----------- — re secured the services
pies of God,” Canon Farrar; " A
of our efficient State S. S. Evangel
Balm for all Grief,” Dr. Talmage;
ist, Prof. P.- H. Duncan, as Principal.
“Tounges of Fire,” E. Paxton
Ten additions at Ringo’s Mills.
He is assisted by Mrs. Duncan a’nd
Hood ; “ Prohibition,” J. P. New-
Bro. N^T) suggests that a State | M iaa
J. M. Hedses.
man; u Pulpit and Pew,” C, E.
cmprrance Cfmv'entTbh’Be held at
Pinf II la one of the best
KFd~NIi75f5?tr7^dditionat I ir*n‘ctort during the sittings of the teachers in the State. Corinth is a “Deems; “ Is it a Pastor’s Duty to
StSte y0"^- This « • good | thriving town on'the^Cincinn"ati Visit,” C. H. Spurgeon, &c., &c.
This is only a brief list. With thia
suggestion. About one-half of our
number the Treasury become*_tha_J
H om H“ option,
untyis reported as ripe
h ea ar, 1 thy- d i s t riet of country, an d rë~
“ organ of all communications per
vGTwant, now, iron claci prohibition"
mote from haunts of vice and in
taining io plans, programmes and
for both halves.
toxication. For particulars address
announcements between theFaculty
Fourteen additions at Perryville.
P. H. Duncan, Principal, as above.
and zStudents of the Chautadqua
President Graham, in a recent
—S. W. Crutcher.
School of Theology.” This will
number of the Times, points out a
The Specter Bridegroom, by Ir- give additional value to it No
Caseyville, 14 additions in Au- I ^rea^ *njUIT te our cause, viz.:
Ilhberality on the part of many to ving, No. 79 of the Elzevir Library, student of the Bible should be
gust ——J. F. Story.
a tri-weekly magazine, 18_pagC8^Lwj
this excel lent periodical:—
support the gospek We have m
price two eentsr 'J:
»-¡TSend for samples. Address, E. B.
^-W4UiÆürg;-l 8- additions irr^ACP partial Jiberakty-
will give one maK abuffd&fltly/W
- gust.—J. Wrfcowterr^ "
cause he pleases their ears; but 1,227. The print is clear and beau New York.
tiful. In point of cheapness this
Glad XJhurch, 32 addition in will not give a move worthy a man
“Guard against . . regarding -
enterprise is unequaled. We re-
because he fails to do this.
commend the publications of Mr. | eac^ technical term as having a
The Christian Monitor for Au Alden as being the cheapest and sort of prescripture right to retain
Fisherville, seven additions in
gust comes well filled with excellent best. Especially are these books forever the meaning attached to it JL
August.—J, W. Harding. ' ----
1O8e_2vh° first introduced it”_ ~
No Christian suited to the masses as durable
beautiful arid cheap. Poor people 27 Whately.
ice is a cruel monster. Let us household should be without this
This same reasoning, which is
excellent journal. Being of a high I everywhere can now load their
not become-familiar with it.
order of literature, breathing the | taljlies, w*fch the richest and best followed by many distinguished
scholars, Dean Stanley, for example,
reading. Send for catalogue.
B. N. Anderson held a meeting spirit of love and refinement, the
has an important lesson for those
at Quincy with 14 additions.------- Monitor is well worthy general
who claim that immersion only is
patronage. The subscription price
All those unpleasant disputes baptism. We sometimes claim too
The tongue of a furious woman (SI.50) is low. Christian Publish which have raised between some of much. It is sufficient that we
ing Co., St. Louis, Mo.
our papers, for awhile, indicate great
or man, is a torrent, reckless and
maintain that baptize, as used in
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eviT somewhere' When a man is the New Testament during the age
Bro-.—Darsie, of Frankford, 'de attacked in public through the
livered the ^ address at the com press, he need not, at all times, re of Christ, means immersion. That
B. F. Clay closed a meeting at
mencement of Eminence College. ply. Silence often shows both a the anglicised word baptism has
Cornishville, Aug. 21st, with 10 ad The subject. “S
undergonea„changH, no one will—
was ably and eloquently handled. at one time stooped down and wrote deny. That it means now immer
So far as ourselves and our oppor on the ground.. It is to be hoped
one can deny; for use must deter
J. W.Foster recently closed *-tuntti'es are concerned, we have read
that _some».of ouK “ cutting ” and
mine the meaning of words. Hence,
meeting at Morgadore with Seven nothing better. But the very ne
cessity of all, for our success in this divine example. We have been at whether one is sprinkled, poured
line, seems to be left out, which is tacked more than once, in what upon, or dipped, we say—literature
says he is baptized ; and correctly,
. Bro. McGarvey is expected at the our constant and unreserved de
would seem to be. a slanderous
too, so far as English lexicography
next Cooperation of the churches in pendence on God. Without this no
way; but when we considered the
avaiI?r(^ P.QJife is. a success. baselessness of the charges, and the is concerned. But back of this the
real issue lies. We want the mean
character of the men making them,
We are sorry that ill health
Faith is highly susceptible of we saw that we would only debase ing of the word, as used in the
causes Bro. Neal to suspend, tern- growth. We do not fully realize ourselves by a reply. Slander and commission ; and while time and
porally, the Worker. We pray that the great necessity of its cultiva- falsehood have their own reward, usage may change the meaning of
our Father may soon restore him. tion. How it needs tò be plowed and can never barm anyone but the anglicised form, the rite indi-
But Bro. N. is too energetic. He and hoed that its’ Toots may strike their inventors. Let us be so de cated by bap tize no man can-aha ngA
will over work himself.
deep into our • hearts. Then it will voted and busy about our Master’s without laying unholy hands on a
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