King's Business - 1940-03

March, 1940

T H E K I N G ’ S B U S I N E S S


JUNIOR KING’ S BUSINESS [Continued from Page 98] New K. Y. B. C. Members

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The follow in g have read through the Gospel according to John and are now members of the K n ow Y our Bible Club: ABERDEEN , S. DAK .: Edward A ck er- son; Laverne Johnson; Janet K och ; Elbert M orton; B everly Miae P etlig ; Phyllis Thom pson; Anna W alker; M ildred W eb­ ster, and Gertrude ¿nd Mary Ann Y oung (E lizabeth McCall and Ann H ollenbeck, leaders). BEAUTY, K Y .: Louise Blankenship; K atie Lee B ooth; Glendine C ook; Mary Ann D empsey; W anda Maynard; Bessie, Ollie, and Sherley M cCoy; Mabel Park; T otsy Perham , and Caroline Seleigh (Mrs. R ose Lee Barr, leader). GILMER, TEX .: Frankie M ontgom ery (R . H. W ilson, leader). HARTFORD, WASH .: Ruthie Clutter (Mrs. Peter J. Brashler, leader). RANDOLPH, N. Y .: Joyce, Sherman M. and Shirley Mosher. SANTA TECLA, EL SALVADOR, C. A.: L. Jean Zelaya. SIMSj N. DAK .: Joyce and Lucille L ar­ son (Mrs. C. O. Breeto, teacher). TACOMA, WASH .: Patricia D oyle; Shir­ ley G allagher; Nancy Lee H ale; Rosem ary M artepson; P atricia P ietila; B everly Sanis; L ouella Sanderson, and Lois Stokes (Mrs. A. G. Schafer, teacher). TYLER, MINN.: * Elmer and Gladys Christensen; Joseph D enny; Phyllis John- sen, and V ivian McGandy (V erna Jensen, teacher). Jesus said: “Take ye away the stone.” IV. There Is the Stone of Inconsis­ tency. This stone can assume various shapes. Sometimes it is seen in our home rela­ tions. We cannot divorce our home life from our public service. We may try to do it. There are men who preach and teach the Word and enjoy fame as ex­ positors of the Word. They are public successes, but private failures. If I have no influence over those round about me within the four walls of my own home, God help me when I come to a public platform. How do you stand in this respect, my friend? If God cannot use you right where you live, you will be of little use to Him in the great world of need. Suppose you leave home in an irritable frame of mind, saying something that is not Christlike to some one by your side. How can you expect God to pour through you His love and gentleness when, later, you are conducting a public meeting? It may be that if you will make amends in this direction, there will be a change in spiritual life that will surprise you. This stone of inconsistency may ap­ pear also in our business life. You can­ not persuade me that God is going to do very much in a church where deacons are found piously standing at the door on the Lord’s day, but engaging in crooked dealings In their business life throughout the week. We need to be straightened out on some of these things. We are to have a good report of those that are without. How do some of us stand in respect to debt? STONES THAT HINDER [ Continued from Page 96]

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There are honorable debts, of course, and God knows all about them. But too often Christians are pathetically careless in this direction. We read in John 1:4: “The life was the light of men.” Light always illuminates. Not only our profession, but also the life pulsating through our testimony, must bear the light. Jesus said, “Take ye away the stone.” We read that they took away the stone from the place where the dead was laid, and that Jesus said, “Lazarus, come forth.” And I say, men and women, that we can have a revival, in our lives and in our churches, when we want it. When we face honestly those things which we know to be wrong, and bring them to the blood of Christ for cleansing, when we cast away every stone in the path to His progress, then will come the display of divine power and the re­ newal in us of spiritual life. Evangelist Eilers Leonard Eilers, “the preaching cow­ boy,” recently conducted meetings in the First Baptist Church in Fullerton, Calif., and in the Atwater Park Baptist Church, Los Angeles. His schedule for the next few weeks is as follows: Feb. 25—March 10, First Baptist Church, Montebello, Calif.; March 13-24, Oak View Homes Baptist Church, OJai, Calif.; March 31—April 28, Nampa, Idaho and vicinity; May, First Baptist Church of Fellows, Calif., and the First Baptist Church of Ventura, Calif. If any reader is interested in corresponding with Mr. Ellers concerning meetings he may be reached at his permanent ad­ dress, which is 124 No. Florence St, Burbank, Calif.

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