King's Business - 1929-03

THE KING’S BUSINESS Motto: ‘‘I, the Lord, do keep it; I will water it every moment: lest any hurt it, I will keep it night and day." Isaiah 27:3. PUBLISHED MONTHLY BY AND REPRESENTING TH E BIBLE IN STITUTE O F LOS ANGELES Volume XX March, 1929 Number 3

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Table of Contents

Review and Comment................. ».................. s...... i .................. :...... 115 The Resurrection of Jesus—Considered from the Lawyer’s Viewpoint—David Lee Jamison, LL.B...................... 119 The Message of the Cross—Rev. John Wood............................. ,...123 Seed Thoughts from St. Mark—Rev. Wilfred M. Hopkins.____ 125 A Great Scotch Preacher—Prof. John Bissell Trowbridge........ ...129 The Language of the Heavens—Rev. Fred H. Wight................... 130 Striking Stories of God’s Workings..................................................133 Heart to Heart with Young Readers—Florence Nye Whitwell.....136 The Junior King’s Business................................................................ 137 Homiletical Helps for Preachers and Teachers............................. 139 International Lesson Commentary-fpDavid L. Cooper....................140 Notes on Christian Endeavor—Alan S. Pearce............................... 145 Our Literature Table.................................. ,..................... ................149 A Book a Month............................................. 150 Daily Devotional Readings......................... 151

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