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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 15 April 1904

r r r Vi ga V r = = x = j > = = 1 1 i S 6 Ik ir ri I t F V H C Ii 6i > i < c r 51C J V z x m itfERICAN BAPTISr o 4 VOL XX VI 1 TOKY FRIDAY APRIL 15 1904 ESTABLISHED 1879 QUIT KICKING I Quit kicking jut henuiHo you think Pius id worlds Koinu wrong TlmrtiM always noim i ilng somewhere Or huiiiiu SH and song llfHlden you never made Uw orld lifcn mtlitMiiu IH not your own duct kicking lake what lioppeiiH and And just j reap what you have short Quit kicking When the play in had a It nifiiiliiT what youvo lost Sunn other fellows gain and so In Humming up the cons t tins thul 111 the end we know Vuat other tutU have known I UfHiillV WI lake them an they come Wi reap what we have sown tjult killing man The worlds uot hail At leant it could lie worse we II vt and dream thntn worth the while We ponder thenuH an 1 verse We KliiK and love we hate and feel We laugh Hometitues we weep So all the pulsing passions am Compared in the sweep Of what we an and vhat we feol I Ijuit Killing IIIH...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 15 April 1904

rs r > y fF yl h 7L 1 ri T Pftr A fPI f i AvIlfllUOAN b llIt l FILlItf Pti IS 14 I AMERICAN BAPTIST 1 KSTAItlI HKn lS9 UIIUSH I > EVER 1R IDA ONF1CR 710 FIFTH ST LOUISVILLE Ky I RiDR71i0 sm YBAR In advance 125 aa MONTHS 75 VHRKS MONTHS 40 10ONB COPY PRI who win send as 6a names ODe yeet to nay one s II tlbclefJOUpaperhows a what The date OB tbeikbe you paper bah a receipt and yae OQ VC paW It s1es as qut for payment If proper credit has not been gnu within two or r e wicks from Woer payment notify UL AtM d chule ia Pot Offi e 01 f ify us propt any dress Ie that there any be to error or delay r fclvenr of paper c mailed lir regularly Thl paper tUb crlberli until a definite eider to dlaconiliiue te received nbscrlptlon paid In > d the iii full to the time the order IN iyez FRIDAY AIRi15 1 1 94 Tin Legal Bureau DC the Nation al AfroAmerican Council has sent a strong appeal for funds to assist in breaking down one of the most objectionable of the discriminations practiced in th...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 15 April 1904

T7r I r i c T = T 7 > i bI f AMERIOA N BAPTWT AY APBIL 151904 The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing in this country most danrjrois because so decep ° Many sudden i r ths are caused by i heart disease hearti ii i failure or apoplexy c r are often the result 1 YNA I Y of kidney disease If II I fl Iof I ney trouble is al j kV 1wed 1 to advance the I llal Mdreypolsoned LI blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselve say down and waste away ceP hy cell Bladdm I troubles t ihvays result from a derangement of ti t due s and a cure is obtj lner quickest I s proper treatment of the kidrsys If yv ti fey ling badly you ran make no mlstnV y taking t Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the Ml kidney liver and bladder remedy It o irrscts jiilily hold trine and scald lug pll t in p ssug Inc overcomes that unphaant necei iy I 1eing c mpelled to go oftsv during Ih r a cif i ret t up many times during trir rI I The HM and the BXlinoiliimry sffjct o tiflp fi vt t is soon rMl...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 15 April 1904

Ti I 141 1j1AlaJflQ APRIL 1fln4 r I L Sunday School Lesson SUNDAY APRIL 24 THE MISSION OF THE SEVENTY Luke 10 116 MOTTO TEXTPray ye there fore the Lord of the harvest that he would send forth laborers into his harvest Luke 102 Our Lord is about to set out for the first and last time on a tour through the cities and towns in the Southern part of Galilee He could give but little time to each place When he was about to go for the last time through the northern part of Galilee he had sent his twehe apostles two by two to prepare the people for his coining His time being short it was of great consequence he should find tht minds of the people aroused and their hearts interest II After these things the Lord a f > foin ted other seventy also Seventy from among his disciples other than his apostles There is probably an allusion to the seven ty elders of Moses Num 1116 And sent them two l y tiv An arrangement very kind to those sent among hostile people They could encourage and strengthen...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 9 September 1904

i N 0 r If f l y b r3ti f 0 i I 1 i T 1 < > WlO I > < l > y A IV IT U l A Xt O A TVTnTCr TVTnTCrAMrLKlCAN i VO XXVI NO XXXV I LOUISVILLE KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 iyu4 ESTABLISHED 79 11 = Jog ri 1 d I dk cL U 4U hs 1M It ynutl Some ones reset of right III I has In it you Some one lives a life nf ease Doing largely I an they pleann Drifting idly with tbt breezt IH it you I himt IB it you Some one proud y looks behind him bit you 7 Borne one full of good advice Scams to tbiuk it rather nice In a hasbeens paradise Is It you Some one trutB to luck for winning fSOIUtt i IB it you Sums one craves a new beginning hit you r Yl e 1 never bad l Such a chanc as Jones lad It d Some likewise quite a cad is it you 1 I So mo ones terribly mistaken IH It you Some one sadly will awaken Is It you Some ones working on the plan That a mastmful I Hun DoeIlDL help to matte the man I Hit you Some one yet may awake a killing J f And its you youtar l Some one needs but to be willinl Aad its you S...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 9 September 1904

A Ip A < i > c I t AMBftf GAS B APTisf SSETEMfiEB 9 t i o4 I T AMERICAN r BAPTIST ESTABLISHED 1879 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY OJtlICK 710 FIFTH ST LOUISVILLE KY F sRaso D Yau In a 125 I S MONTHS f f 75 I CHIN M01vT1IBffjo I toNB COPY FRBB 01w Ira 1 otf wm fd w ina oed irIM f > rM1M1tieI fal yw mptr show Ie elate ry lIMe pii n et + rbotltth as e rec ad rq tt far + p t It pIOIC aedit t o ao bee gia wkYa t1lO n ANbinstNIpj ttMd4o A4t I u7 us piiiI d y cbqe III Post OS ddree w tIaMro at b etIW or 4eJar ie rlrfPSPS1I Thi r fwper fa regalmrly aaI1fM1 lUMritacriben nmtil a deficit Hter to aiaoeatlnae to receive cad Me atecripUM paid ID i tall e the time the rer fa < 1Ti 1TiFRIDAY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1904 We had reasons to hope that any further discussion of the Baptist Womens Missionary Convention or its work wou Id be unnecessary bu it seems that some of the friends of Convention persist in making mis tatements concerning it Here is what the Torchlight says of the General Associati...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 9 September 1904

y ys 1 i M AhlICU8APf18TSamltlD 9 loot y w 1117 M L I tll l f Mt3 Hare Kidmey Trouble algid Bout Kmow it Xetr To Flat eat I Wl a bottle or common glass with your ritlr aM let it stand twentyfour hours a segment or set tling indicates an o unhealthy condi if tion of the kid I V neys if it stains 0your J linen it is I evidence of kid ney trouble IsI I frequent desire to 1 pass it or pain InI I I tne back is also Movlncing proof that the kidneys and blad 4v are out of orderWhat bladI I What to Do There is ccmfort In the knowledge so glen expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kRIney remedy fulfills every with in curing rheumatism pain in the beck kidneys liver bladder and every part parttI tf the urinary passage It corrects InabUty It bold water and scalding pain In passing ft or bad effects following use of Uquor trine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant MCaIIty of being compelled to go often Wring the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra ordi...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 9 September 1904

j TTT Vff + > T V > I r AMEttlOAJf BAJPTISS 4 iMDATTSEPTEMBl it 0 1904 71 Of II WOI 0 Y SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON SUNDAY SEPT 18 ISRAEL REPROVED Amos 5 1415 o r MOTTO TEXTClSeek the Lord and ye shall JiveIIAmos 5 6 I I Amos was a shepherd and a farm I er living at Tekoa a village 12 miles south of Jerusalem Both Judah anJ Israel were at the height of prosperity Uzziah a eood king was ruling Judah He had conquered the surrounding nations extended his dominions and forti fied Jerusalem The great Jeroboam II was ruling in Israel Wealth had flowed in upon both nations But corruption and sins of all kinds were rampant in Israel Amos a II poor shepherd of Judah was sent by God to Bethel to reprove Israel Although unlearned in the schools and a hardworking farmer Amos was familiar with the Scriptures as so many farmers have been He knew his Bible by heart so to I I speak Amos went to Bethel on I the soutnern border of the northern I I kingdom 25 miles from Tekon Ar Bethel was one of the g...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 16 September 1904

A 4 r it I 1 J 0i 0 V I l I AMICAN = rBAPTIstr y a 4 t 4 J r VO XXVI NO XXX 0 A LOUISVILLE KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16 ISJu4 ESTABLISHED 19 0Q 0 Mi THE AFROAMERICAN HYMN Tuue AMKRICA BY C o H THOMAS D D LL B Sault at thn AfioAmericau Council at St Louis Sept Oth 19U4 w 4 Gteat Gud of Nation we > U tvu wet lo offer Tneev Our ohnutnf praise t Of mtoroi H j at we sing Our preHfUt sorrow biiiiR A ad l tiysurt promise Wtaak fuinil DlenH the rnoe of WHiline Who to Thru a e praying Wnen er they well rbeu lei us alimi To r ami tu fre df iiis light And in our Utirisiinu tuiglit Pnr God tend Right Whit now our fears arise 0 watch IUou orr our HveH Come plead uur cause Lord Ho i of truth anti gracI Jl > thU despised rerun > Chair motley furs to face And never foil Whlltt In the sunny hotue Under lie suoiuhtug sun 8tayII II then with an upward xlrlile I With luve lor racial IlrhleI CUlulllunuAly gllelI Now and alway I ICUlulllunuAly I grace abound Whereer our race IH found f The wnle world ...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 16 September 1904

t 5 I AMERICAS BAPTIST SEPTEMBER 161904 1 AMERICAN BAPTIST KSTABUBHTO > 1R79 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAv OFFICE > 710 FIFTH ST LOUISVILLE KY ern aft YKAX in advance 125 j Jt MONTHSII 75 THW MONTHS II 40 SJFONB COPY FREE 0 7 M 1 one wUIcS as In usu 4D 4Drbe TIM 4 > H B tt hM l iP paP daows M what fet JOT ten pit Il e bah as s receipt aud rgsaat brMysat If ycor t dk Iw MC beta cirtB witbi two 01 rawiwGtos i Ml aaKify as Atal ur w pM d PaVebaage Post 0tI Mre a tWttMr t lw v enw er deiar fa IIaftr7 of MpK 1JMre 1J Tkte paper iaregolftrly > main N lta1NIerIben until a dearite rder te 4118c8nUna8 U received d tke BulMcrlpUem paid fin fll ie ire time the order to r 6 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1904 THE next denominational enter prise that appeals to the Baptists of i this state is the Baptist Womens Educational Convention which will convene in the First Baptist Church Lexington Ky Thursday Oct 6th This convention has now been in operation for twenty two years and during these years it has ...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 16 September 1904

a 1 I DIIIIoIrIlPrIft SimHBI116 1904 0 Troubleit it itaaa Dont Know it tow To Fled < hU 1 r Wl a bottle or common glass with your ri u2r and lst l It stand twentyfour hours a sediment or set I tling indicates an condlI I tlon of the kid V neys If It stains 1 your linen It Is evidence of kid y 4 i ney trouble too 4frequent desire to pass It or pain In J ino back Is bo convincing proof that the kidneys and blad bladdarareoutof r I orderw l w iiat at to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge co octen expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Hoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wtsn In curing rheumatism pain In the thetick tick kidneys llvei bladder and every part putof InabUty to hold water and scalding pain In puslnr i or bad effects following use of liquor Mine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant caaslty of being compelled to go often oftenduring timesua UmGUrlJr curing the night The mild and the extra eztrar r SwampRoot Is soon soon81tzed won wonderful cases It you need a medicine ...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 16 September 1904

t tA l p a v It MlEBICll r BAJPTIB1 k iBEBAYSEPTEMBEKle 1904 1 > u J i q 1 REVIEW r SUNDAY SEPT 25 1 H z222OI a THE KINGDOM DIVIDED i Motto Text Pride gt eth beI fore destruction and haughty spirit I before a tail Provo 1618 Outline i Rehoboams Folly 2 Israels Rebellion Lesson 2 I Kings 222533 JEREBOAMS IDOLAThY Motto Text Keep S ourselves from idols I John 1521 OutlineI Jeroboams Fear 2 Jeroboams Sin Lesson 3 II Chron 14112 ASAS GOOD REIGN Motto Text Help us 0 Lord our God for we rest on thee IIII Chron 1411 Outline The Idols Destroy ed 2 Prosperity and Peace 3 God Delivers Asa Lesson 4 II Chron 19111 JEHOSHAPHAfS REFORM Motto TexthDeal courageous ly and the Lord shall be with the t good II Chron 1011 I Outline Jehoshaphat Reprov ed 2 Jehoshaptyats Righteous Reign Lesson 5 I Kings 162333 OMRI AND AHA li Motto Text Rigfcteousness I exalteth a nation but sin is a re I proach to any people Prov 14 I i 34 OutlipP1 J The Reign of Omri 2 Abab anf lbelh f v Lesson 6 I Kings 17116 GOD T...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 23 September 1904

r r i 1f I 1 II t 1r ir t w i ic + t 1 1 t i T rt IT R IC AN 1 r BAPJ Jlft I S t tj r f VO XXVIBNO XXXrA 1 cz LOUISVILLE KY FRIDAY SEPTESllSBR2i iyo4 ESTABLISHED 1879 iI I OODSRESTI I i I OODSRESTR 1Relt 1 t1 reelhis sleeping after pain j When light are down and curtains Close we sleep I Tue stare watch OB their pale rays faintly keep Their unseen vigil oer the slumbering one Not deathbut rest tbe music of tbe sbores i His angels lullaby of sweet repose We should not weepUd well God f1 VIk know 1 1 v r Aud it is I sweet to sleefI I Such strenuous living ow the pulses throb Lifes little triumphjdysIt cares aud pain Tbe wondrous walking of the busy braino 1111 it in I time to rtstl1t calls UB homeh Tbluk not of death but zest J Morn peaceful aud proiouiid that desa 4I tuot t dream t 1In 1 halfuucousclous pain It t should uot seem Tbat dreadful pai ting surely he knows best I TlB hard to Hay goodbye hut not I I good night f I We all must some time Bleep at close of J day And If the wta...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 23 September 1904

i p 9 f tL 1InIdLflLnIrIm1giIEIIi4 I k F = hr r JI I Ur r AMERICAN BAPTIST I ESTABLISHED I879 TPUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY OJPICIC 710 FIFTH ST I oursviU3 KY stass Q YBAS in adtaaee 525 M2UO ITHii 75 THSJC ICojrrsa 40 COPY n l OM 1ft d I one wrlltMMtirlyo py + otawae li Saolow1s sNi w at + cti < aan told e If MteteAte iroe oaehoswitl0e two of w bsi 4Mil asStri us AlII r N MtPr t Poet OA i ioo w I11M lilro a4 M M sues er M 1Ihtr7 XU paper terogedarly mailed e iaBMBMcrUaen vmtil 4tealte order t 41o atae to received 0 sSMl the nbC 4ptlea paid iai hill to tie Urn the order to a w eeit eeitFRIDAY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1904 IN the report of the Home Mission Board to the National Baptist Con vention in Austin Texas last week the Board affirms that after three years earnest toil we are compelled to bring this magnificent paper back to the convention and say that our Board finds it both unprofitable and impracticable to publish it under the present arrangements The paper met with flattering succ...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 23 September 1904

TTr 7 i 1f i t 7 r J > i i 4i tr r hl 1 41r i Jft1J + iI r f iftit IfP r > I i c 1 < l C I > i > 1 fc I I a n1on1ItrnIk il iOt Jf JJ I r 1 J Ut oft I l < L broP t r UI J f IL tn1 aft Kidney Trouid aad Bomt Know it B > wTo Find et 1 Pitt a bottle or common glass with yourI I dater and let It stand twentyfour hours a I sediment or set tling indicates an i unhealthy condi tion of the kid r V neys if it stains Syour linen it is I evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain In me back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order orderWhat What to Do There Is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp SwampRoot Root tie great kidney remedy fulfills every wlah in curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys Ivtt bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects InabUty to hold water and scalding pain in passing It or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleas...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 23 September 1904

tf 11 I 1 01 to < tC AMEiUcAX D pj T umDAtSEPTEMB IR 319 J 44 SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON SUNDAY OCT 2 2 Kings 2 1222 Motto TextULet a double por tion of thy spirit be upon me And Elisha svw itEHshas ascension which was the sign that a double portion of his masters spirit would be granted him And he cried my father my father It is evident from Elishas devotion that Eijah was a very lovable man The stronger the character if it be also tender the deeper the devo tion it receives A noble man is stern and relentless toward sin but kind and loving to the penitent and the good goodThe The chariot of Israel and the S horsemen thereof Elijah was the strong defense of his people against idolatry hence Elisha speaks of him thus What a wall of pro tection this man was about the be lievers in the land He was thei champion standard bearer More terrible was he to Ahab and Jeze bel in his invisible armour than a host of Syrians and Philstines He was the phalanx and bulwark of Is rael Krammacher Christ...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 21 October 1904

or i j = iiJj = 7 4 J iT = H < V r n > t I 1 f 4fet < o 11 t I r tol rt rti I iftjiw ti tt J w 7 H i j d4 i 1 7 4 A I fAMERICAN t BAPTIST 4C e VOu XXVI NO XLIL I i LOUISVILLE KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 21 wU4 ESTABLISHED 1879 i J b 1 i r In the Laws of Every Land K Willard urged that Miii Frances uery child should learn and recite the following little poem Editor Write 1 on the work house Rate Writ It on the school boya elate Writo it on the copybook That tile young may often look theres danger Vh ire theres drink S II Writo it on ttte churchyard mound Where the rum slain dead are found Write It on tne gallows high Writo it for all passers by Where there drink theres danger Write It on the na ions laws Bolting out the license clause Write it ou each ballot white bo it can be red aright Where theres drink theres danger Writo it on the ship that sails Borne along by storm and gale Write it Urge In letters plhln Over every land and main CWhore theres drink theres danger Write it over e...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 21 October 1904

= 1 tP 1 i l i t rfj 1f 0fI 11J jr 1 i Ji7rrj 7 1 i C t rf ii AMERICAN BAPTIST OCTOBER 21 1 1904 1 A EIrt4rAatcaxuo BAPTIST 1nABLtIlHICD IR79 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 4 OJItICK 70 PIPTH ST LoorsviLLE KY AW talas v In wivancee 125 4X KoxrBaII 75 Tmucx HOIITHS MorB3rtONE MTOKB COPY FREE ia OM yfe wba seal in a a tKw The IMfft tlftttitlMyN laPf show of wbt a yy II MQlwbotb a a resetpt aDd tgYM k IK If prsf edIk 4ot bas farts within two oc r wabtMft pajMieat Mtiiy BS MIl sty M yvMfrty l e f duct fa Pots Ofi s MIMI M ItM tiff 8M7 b M erne or 4elar ttsav rw Thla paper In refvlarly mailed r iUMtacribers natil a definite eriK to 4teo ntlm e Is receive ui tire swbScYiPtia paid in fvic ay FRIDAY OCTOBER 21 1904 THE Home Field and a letter from Secretary B D Gray say that the Negro Convention at Aus tin did most heartily endorse the present plan of cooperation between presenttween tween that convention and our Home Board Dr Gray says By some mistake the report has been circulated that the Negro ...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 21 October 1904

u i 1 I rr i 01 > t riij tWrhIitsl < wr N > ii 1 1 1 iI f J 1 < < rr t il f t f 1 AMERICA t BAJIIW OC10BFB 91 1904 4It 4ItWomen Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind db L curates and lessens ambition beauty vigor tiand cheerfulness < < ti s soon p disappear when the kid neys are out ol order or diseased ordlscasedKidney Kidney trouble has becom so prevalent f that it is not uncommon i for a child to be born i afflicted with weak kid urines ates too often if the tine scalds the flesh or if when tha child aches an age when It should bo uble to ntrol the passage it is yet afflicted with wetting depend upon It the cause of e difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first ep should be towards the treatment of ese important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the cldneys and bladder and not to a habit as host people suppose supposeWomen Women as well as men are made mls with kidney and bla...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 21 October 1904

T > r PfAtt ficti rfi r < 1 t IffItit If Jt 1lAIt t E t 0 1l Y < 1 AHEBICAH BAPTIST WRTOY OCTOBER 21 1904 I SUNDAYS6HOOL t LESSON SUNDAY OCTOBER 30 0 if ELISHA AT DOTHAN 2 Kings 6 823 Motto TextliThe angel of the Lord campeth round about them that fear him and dehvereth them It Ps 347 II Then the king of SyriaBen hadad iit the most determined enemy Israel had at this time He is the same king who wrote the I letter to king Jehoram I in regard to I Naaman Whatever pleasure the restoration to health of his great general gave to Benhadad he felt no gratitude towards Israel for it II Took counsel with his servants It We may be sure Naaman was not among those who made raids upon Israel Benhadad unwilling to lose his great ability no doubt sent him to fight other nations The Syrians planned ambushes and surprises for Israel but Elisha warned Jehoram and thus brought all the plans of the enemy tonaught and making them the surprised ones Several times the well ar ranged military pla...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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