King's Business - 1941-05

May, 1941

TH E K I N G ’ S B U S I N E S S


The King s Business The True-to-the-Bible Family Magazine \T h e Official Organ of THE BIBLE INSTITUTE OF LOS ANGELES, Inc. LOUIS T. TALBOT • MILDRED M. COOK Editor-In-Chief Managing Editor

Theythat didthe King's Business HelpedtheJews!

Motto : “Unto him that, loved us, and washed us from our sins in his own blood” (Rev. 1:5),

“And all the princes of the provinces, and the sa­ traps, and the governors* and they that did the king’s business, helped the Jews!” —Esther 9:3 (R.V.) If ever in their history the Jews needed'your help, they need it now. A Hitler in Germany, a Stalin in Russia, persecution in Poland, bloodshed in Rou- mania—the age-old cry of the Jew pierces the heart of every true child of God — Wohin sol Ich gehen? Where shall I go? Can you afford, as a bom-agaln follower of the Lord Jesus Christ, to shut up your bowels of mercy to that haunting wail? The old time heathen of Haman’s day, in the hour of Israel’s distress, helped the Jews! Can you do less than those Godless heathen did? And do you know a truly better way to help the Jews now than to point them to the only cure for their troubles, the Lord Jesus Christ? Think it over; then write us. Some day you’ll be glad you did. The promise of God is still valid, “I will bless them that bless thee.” Gen. 12:3, Our world-wide testimony to. Israel is worthy of your faithful prayers and sympathy. Your help is always needed and appreciated. “THE CHOSEN PEOPLE,” be­ loved by B i b l e students for its helpful information on prophecy and the Jews, is sent to all con­ tributors. May we hear from you? AMERICAN BOARD OF MIS­ SIONS TO THE JEWS, INC. 31 Throop Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. I do want to help the Jews. Here is $.............................. Use it as God directs, to make known the saving power of the Lord Jesus Christ to Israel. Name ...:.____ _________________ _ Address ............................_................. City--------------- ..... State________

Volume XXXII

May, 1941 -

Num ber 5


Ransom D. Marvin, Staff Artist Around the King’s Table —Editorial ___ _______ _______ _____ ...___170 Significance of the News —Dan Gilbert _______ ______________..........171 Getting the Best of Jealousy — Clarence Edward Macartney...... .......... 173 The Lamps Are Going O u t !—Herbert Lockyer .....................................174 What Does Military Life Do to a Christian?............................ ...........176 “By the Side of the Beautiful Sea ”—Adelaide IV. Locker ..................178 The Baptism with the Holy Spirit —Ruth Paxson..... ______________ 179 The Junior King’s Business —Martha S. Hooker ________________ 181 Bible Institute Family Circle_____ ____________________________ 183 International Lesson Commentary__ ___________________________184 Notes on Christian Endeavor —Lyman A. Wendt, Ethel Wallis, William W . Orr, Morena Holmes, and Adelaide W . Locher ..... 194 Daily Devotional Readings________ ____________________________ 200 Our Literature Table________ ________ __________ ± __________ 207 SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: ‘‘The King’s Business” is published monthly. $1.00—one year; $1.50—two years: 50 cents—-six months; 10 cents—single copy. Clubs of five or more at special rates; write for details. Canadian and foreign subscriptions 25 cents extra. It requires one month for a change of address to become effective. Please send both old and new addresses. REMI1TAJSCE Payable in advance, should be made by bank draft, express or P<^n 9“ ce ™oney order payable to ‘‘The King’s Business.” Date of expiration wiii show plainly each month on outside wrapper or cover of magazine.. ADYERTISINU—For information with reference to advertising in ‘‘The King's Business, address the Advertising Manager, 558 South Hope Street, Los Calif., or our eastern representative. Religious Press Association. 1108-10 Colonial Bldg., 13th and Market Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. MAIfUSCRIPTS—‘‘The King’s Business” cannot accept responsibility for loss or damage to manuscripts sent to it for consideration. Entered as second-class matter November 7, 1938, at the post office at Los Angeles, California, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Acceptance for mailing at special rate or Postage provided for in the Act of February 28, 1925, embodied in paragraph 4, section 538, P. L. and R., authorized October 1, 1918, and November 13, 1938. THE KING’S BUSINESS 558 South Hop« Street • Los Angeles, California INFORMATION FOR SUBSCRIBERS

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