King's Business - 1954-06

MARTHA S. HOOKER, Editor Associate Professor of Christian Education, Biola Bible College year, had gotten lots of brightly-col­ ored candies and had hidden them all over the patio. “ Listen!” she called. “ The candy is in all sorts of places—in the wall, under bushes, behind rocks. Ready? Go! . . .” “ Dick, look!” Lucho came running. His eyes were bright black buttons as he held something small and shiny out to him. “ It must have fallen through the hole in my pocket when I was going over the wall,” Lucho explained excitedly. “ I thought there might be some candy between the adobes but this is what I found!” Dick looked down at it. He could hardly breathe. His beautiful engine! “ That night your father said our sins are not hidden from God. I believed it. I asked Him to forgive me, because I have done many bad things,” Lucho admitted. “And I have been praying He would help me find your engine.” Dick felt his ears getting red. Lu­ cho had been praying, but Dick had felt so low about it, he hadn’t even bothered. But that would never hap­ pen again . . . “Say, Lucho,” he said smiling, “ looks like the plane is part yours now. We’d better get busy and as­ semble it so we can fly it together.” Contest News A Girl Named Jill Once there was a girl named Jill. Her parents weren’t Christians. Jill didn’t have nice clothes and the chil­ dren at school made fun of her. One day a welfare lady told Jill she would be going to live with some other people. Jill wondered what they would be like and if there would be any children. The lady took Jill to her new home. Jill was surprised that night when she saw her new foster par­ ents give thanks for their food and also the little children prayed at the table. On Sunday all the family went to Sunday school and church. Jill learned about the Lord in her new home and two months later she accepted Him into her heart. Now she is hiding God’s word in her heart. This is a true story written by Jill Sowards, age 12, Chehalis, Wash. We are happy to send her one dollar but even happier that she accepted Christ as her Saviour. Maybe you have an interesting story to tell of how you met the Lord. Address your stories to J r . K in g ’ s B usiness , 558 So. Hope St., Los Angeles 17, Calif.

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$5.00 Send today for NEW BROCHURE which lists in detail 14 other courses. A 4 * ON JEWS and JUDAISM BY REV. M. ZEIDMAN ( Copyrighted) THE VOICE OF THE LORD Q— What is the "Voice of the Lord" of which we reod in the Bible? A—It is the Holy Spirit expressing the will of God audibly to Christians. Matthew 3:17. Q— Do Jews believe in the Voice of the Lord? A—In Judaism, the Voice of the Lord is considered to be the utterance of the “ Shechina” or Spirit of God. It is referred to by the Rabbis as the “Bath Kol” , or literally, the “Daughter Voice” . Q— Are there references to the Voice of the Lord in the Old Testament? A—Yes, many: for example, Psalm 29, where the Voice reveals the omnipotence of God; and in Isaiah 40, where the Voice proclaims the urgency of publishing the Gospel or Good News to the Hebrew people,— “The Voice said, Cry . . . (verse 6) . . . and again the Voice said ‘O Jerusalem that bringest good tidings, lift up thy voice with strength; lift it up, be not afraid; say unto the cities of Judah, Behold your Goa!’ ” Again we read in Exodus 19:19,— “Moses spake, and God answered him by a Voice.” Q— Are there references to the Voice of the Lord in the New Testament? A—Yes, many; for example, in Matthew 3:17 we read “And lo a voice from heaven, saying, This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.” John 12:28,— “Father, glorify thy name. Then came there a voice from heaven, saying, I have both glorified it, and will glorify it again.” Acts 9:4,— “And he fell to the earth, and heard a voice saying unto him, ‘Saul, Saul, why persecutest thou me?” Q— is the Voice of the Lord to be obeyed by followers of the Lord Jesus Christ? A—Of course! The God of the Old Testament is Jehovah, He that is, that was, and shall be. The Messiah of the New Testament is Jesus, the same yes­ terday, today, and forever, Who commanded His followers to “Go into all the world and preach the Gospel to every creature.” The Scott Mission buys quantities of food wholesale at low rates. We buy at a saving which results in more food for those in need. The Scott Mission workers personally pack the food as well as the clothing parcels. Every item is prayerfully and carefully wrapped, with a Gospel tract or New Testament enclosed. The flood of prayer and volume of loving ministry directed toward the Jewish people is bringing results. Your prayerful support will be greatly appreciated, as we are obedient to the Voice of the Lord, proclaiming the Gospel of Christ to the Hebrew people. Charity never faileth.



REV. M. ZEIDMAN, Director

J. H. HUNTER, l.l.D ., Chairman of the Board

Brethren: “M y Heart’s Desire and Prayer for Israel is that They Might Be Saved.” My offering for evangelizing the Jews is $...................................................... Please send me free of charge, literature on Jews and Judaism. Name........................................................................................... ............. _______ _ Address............................. .................................................................

JUNE 1954


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