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37. Statements of the authorities
>f the cities of the United States
the majority of fallen wo-
nen of the cities owe their first
pepsin that direction to the ball
38. There are parents—not Chris
tians—who, when young, were fond
of the dance; when they became
heads of families, would not permit
their daughters to attend. Why ?
39. What would be a preacher’s
fluence, if found to frequent the
The singing at the last State
Meeting was considered the best we
hAVe eve£„ h&d^.and, to saw the
Popular Hymns were used .is a
sufficient guaranty. The work is
the best selection for such occasions
that we have seen. But we would
have had goodl, yes, first rate sing
ing if any other good hymn book
had been as universally distributed.
Almost every singer on the ground
was supplied with a book.
vote more than one Sunday in a
month, while thev need some one
one-half or three-fourths of his
time at least. Bro. S. has a brother
there who is principal of the public
schools. When Bro. S. comes we
will, probably, put that fourth of
our time with the church at Syca
more, which will give the brethren
at Sycamore preaching twice a
proposes to be, that its words, that
its divine origin is becoming more
evident. May holy lives commend
it in ^very~ da\ “"Hfe/ whtte each .... .
shall be able to give a reason for his
CONDUCTED BY PROF. W. E. YATES, A. M.
. All matter intended for this department
should be handed or Bent to Prof. W. E. Yatee,
The State Evangelist is now at
W cc T h T^
without ceasing, and for everything State Evangelist, has been quite fore the brethren have been meet
It is a principle of human nature
give thanks,” what would be the successful. The meeting o resulting
o ing in a private school building, to dislike restraint. We like to be
feelings of the Christians if a pious in twenty one additions to the but since the meeting has begun free. A man will work harder for
minister should go in and pray for church. Bro. Henry Shadel will be they have rented the Baptist for himself, than for another; he
Jliahop of that D-ocesd, and devote rh 11 reh and are holding their meet takes more interest in that which
all his time to the care of the Hock. ings
o in it. Bro. Me. writes us that k^d oes7 THie'Ts
40. If the ball-room is not a suit Bro. S. is a voung man of strength, that city is a hard place to work ; working at any time he may choose.
able place for a pure hearted young mental, moral and physical, and he but he has one grand assistant in The hireling who slights his day’s
tedy yifreorU mi iy i s not tbo
4k<UlarUx..wh»j8„a^29J*...? ‘nS?14. labor done for another, generally
best break the bread of life to that a good preacher, and has not a
for a pure hearted young man.
4. People generally believe that people, that, as babes, they may jealous nor dnvious spark in his and executed for himself.
So the child, when the teacher
it is wrong. If a preacher should grow- thereby, -.. He is an earnest, heart His good works are well
arranges his work in such manner
known. Lord, bless the work.
state on a funeral occasion, that the faithful worker and never tires.
as makes him think he has some
lady or gentleman was an accom
When we readn£_the__&UCCess_Qf
Bro. Hartly wishes to withdraw part in it, usually prepares his les
plished dancer, the friends would
the General Missionary. Convention his appointment at Butte City, in sons with more care, than when lihl
be greatly insulted.
42. Where spoken of in the scrip- which lately held its meeting at order to give all of his time to the work is marked off in the form of a.
Ciacinnati, we were full of the de- work in Chico. Butte City is in task. The child-mind is naturally
tm^exoept. iu tbo
of John the Baptist, dancing was : sire to be present, at least, at one of ISolusa counTyTan^w
1. Rejoic:ng over divine blessing. such ..meetings. Dollars and cents has lived for a number of years ed, the lesson—work is not so diffi
2. Men and women never danced cannot make an estimate of many and besider, where he began his cult. It is easier to lead than drive,
together. 3. It was always religi of the great benefits that come to firstwork? pietjre thren wfH need- - and mere effectual----------------- - —
the human soul by being associated a preacher soon to hold a meting ' If on the play ground the teacher
with those who are ^thoroughly for them and to enter on the work. should assume control of the child s
educated in head and heart. Those They will probably not yet be able amusements in such manner as to
4^ etrp1ojT a mfln «11
tjpaerbut bear with it the appearance of re-
Christian love, sacrifice and work there is work at other points near striction, the child immediately be
are like the bubbling chaldron, that by. The brethren at Butte City comes dissatisfied. It is not then
seethes and quivers because of a have decided in a very substantial play, it is a task. As some one
Sister S. E. Teal and her bus- fire within. May this inflaence, manner to hold Bro; Hartly and says “ Work is that we have to do,
play that we do not.’’
band, who is known in Colusa like leaven, reach every other par also “ the fort.”
In the schoolroom the child has •
county, as Captain, have moved ticle, till all of God’s people be
from our midst to Ashland, Oregon. thoroughly infected with the
A Christian Woman’s Missionary the same disposition to be free to
They think that Sister T. will have * Go, preach the gospel ” desire. Society has been lately organized ‘manage for himself. The knowl
edge gained under suggestive rath
better „ health. Our sister united Cnrist came to purify unto himself at Modesto.
er than compulsory measures is ..
with the congregation in College a peculiar people zealous of good
President J. C. Keith has entered much more valuable to the learner.
City about the first year of its or works. If the disciples of the Lord
ganization. We trust they will are not zealous of good works they upon his fifth year with the church It is not only more lasting on ac
at Colusa. His work is entirely count of its vividness, but more
realize all their anticipations in our will not be that peculiar people.
satisfactory. He gives them only useful because the mind tends to
sister State. We will miss their
merry cheer. We wish them suc
A move was made in the General one-half of his time ; his obligations repeat it work and thus the next
cess and a large circle of frieftd*h— TTbnVcñtFoñ"^ ^5tabireh-®ebttFeh to-tbedCnIlfigftJififiJLhim a half of time the mind springs to its labor
building fund, an enterprise that is his time at this place, so that he with an eagerness that simply
Bro. Hand is in Shasta county in greatly needed. B n... th is means can not do as much preaching away means education itself.
We can all remember the t-ue
a meeting. A cry has been sent to many localities can be assisted by from home as he would like. There
us for several months ; neither Bro. the income frowr^uch a fund, and are several points near us where teacher who used to instruct us so
Keith nor myself could answer the thus can destitute places be assisted they are calling for help, and we easily and naturally, by getting an
interest in us for all our work, and
in building churches.
; are doing our utmost to supply
them. We can do no more than we can also remember the task
Bro. Hand delivered in College
Bro. John Sanford is expected “ all our might ” to help them. master who simply marked off an
City some of his religo-scientific
People are wanting the Bible and allotment of work, and left us to
discourses that were very instruc
its doctrine |>ure, they are seeing our “ lesson ” and misery.
tive, and a general satisfaction was We promised that if he would come where the facts and truths and
The children should be made to
expressed. He ought to be busy
principles of the gospel are obeyed, feel that the teacher is a helper a
all the time. He wants to wear oy,t give up to him our appointment at that this gospel is just what it co-worker, and not simply an over-
We are unable to de-
in the Great Work.
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