King's Business - 1928-03


March 1928

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him for instruction along moral and ethical lines. He had not been able to give them copies of the Hindu sacred books, but had to expurgate the books carefully and even then had not found in them what he wanted to give these young men. For example, Krishna, one of the incarnations of Vishnu, and one of the most popular gods in India, lived a most notoriously wicked and vicious life, and in one o f the Puranas the readers are warned that he was a god, and that they should not attempt to do all that he did 1 Such things as these had to. be left out o f the Hindu books,: and there wasn't much le ft. after that This guru had seen a copy of the Gospels^and knew them to be of a sort that copld be given freely to anyone just as they are, and that they would have a wholesome influence. What a tes­ timony to the Word of God given by an unbeliever!”

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M arch 14, 1928 T ext: Luke 24:26-27

In the city o f Washington there is a unique and remarkable copy o f the Constitution of the United States. If'o n e examines it closely it appears simply a chaos of irregular lines and peculiar lettering. But when the visitor steps back and views it in proper perspective he is suddenly surprised to see the face o f George Washington looking out upon him. The lines are so spaced and the letters are so shaded as to make a good like­ ness o f the Father o f our country. And just as Washington’s face shines through all our early history, as crystallized and reflected in the Constitution, so does the glorious face of Christ look out upon us from the pages of our Bible.

Triumphs of the Cross By W. C. Stevens The reader will be instruct­ ed, encouraged and quickened by a reading of this splendid­ ly written little book, which treats on the deeper lessons of the Cross. It shows very clearly what the Victorious, Sacrificial death of Christ on Calvary’s Cross purchased for the believer, and what tl>e be­ liever’s standing and priv­ ileges are as a new man in Christ. A book that all Chris­ tians will find help and com­ fort in.- Paper 35c

The Message of the Lily

By Keith L. Brooks For those who want an out- of-the-ordinary,. yet decidedly appropriate Ea s t e r remem­ brance for friends and loved ones, we recommend t hi s touching little s t o r y of “Spike" and his Easter lily, and how this homeless, lonely little shoeblack found the Sav­ iour one Easter Sunday. Bound gift book, style, with fancy tissue jacket. Paper 15c Who Is The Great I A M ?

M arch IS, 1928 Text: Prov. 31:25-28

One day Henry W . Grady left his editorial room and went to his old home to see his mother. His first words were: “.Mother, I have lost my religion and I have come back to you, where I first found God, that you might lead me to Him again.” She took him upon her knee and told him Bible stories, singing lullaby songs to him. She gave him his bread and milk at the table as when a boy; leading him upstairs to bed, she said, “Now pray the same prayer, ‘Now I lay me down to sleep.’ ” In the morning the son said, “ It’s all right, mother. I’ve found Him again where I found Him in my childhood.” And with great joy he went away to his office work. Are you a wanderer from your mother’s Christ? Return to her and to H im ; go back to the starting place. a s M arch 16, 1928 T ex t: Psa. 37:7-9 When Napoleon, in 1812, proposed his conquering career in Russia, the Russian Ambassador said to him, “ Sire, remember that man proposes, but God disposes.” Napoleon, in his arro­ gance, answered, “ I want your master to understand that I am he that proposes, and I am he that disposes.” God did not stir from His throne, but sent one o f the small­ est messengers, a snowflake, to punish the blasphemer. Napoleon retreated from Moscow. He had already lost 100,000 men by sickness and war, and when he forsook his retreating army he had but 25,000 soldiers left. The officials reported to the Russian Emperor that they had buried 213,51-6 French corpses, and 95,816

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