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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 4 November 1904

or 1 < J j 1r 1 r t i 1 rr j I i ICI i 0 2 e iJ iji Iya Ii 1 I I ta Alt i rJj II RICAN BAPTIS f j i I L N T S Pub H = X + r VOu Xri ESTABLISHEDI I79 NOT A8 I WILL I Blindfolded and alone I stand With uukuowa thresholds on each handS Tbe darkness deepens aa I grope Afraid to teat afraid to hope i Yet tnli one thing I learn to know Each day more clearly aa I go Thai doors are opined Rays ire made Burden are lifted or are laid sy a i me great law uuseen and stillB Uofatnomed pmpose to fulfill Ulet aa J will de Blindfolded and alone I wait l If Lruaa etemjt too bitter pin to late 1M heavy burd na In the load Aid too few helpers on the road Aid joy la weak and grief la string And years and days ao long to long Yet this one thing I earn toknow t Haoh day more surely aa I go Teat 1 am glad the good and In S chaugeloaa laws are ordered still a Not ae 1 wll Not at I wIUIUtb sound growl sweet Each time my lips the words repeat Nut aa 1 wUIItb I darkest feels Mace safe than light when this ...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 4 November 1904

i I J i ii p ffi tP 1101 t II k 4 EiTiiB l BAPTIST I gcsTABu8HJCD j rRSTABLI8HKD It t PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY OFFICE I I t 710 PIn ST LoursviLLE KY i 3IIB = I 125t 75w w t sCNREfl VHRBB MONTf3sssl0 5QTONB COPY FREB8 JN Jeer N ts1 aee who will seal i bs asu a f rbe dMO M eM total eI lOG paper shows h what it e rp hsvs pliL II rates both n receipt sad eqadt tot Mtmc 1 propel CHdit baa DOt beta ties willMa two Of J At 10 17 UIpa d a chaar ia Post OlD GI Jdr ss 1s tbt tMrt ay b 0 rrr or delr w dftf7 of pspst = rr U paper la regularly miler l 1 + it > mb criberH until ttdeiiut I order is dlnconifnue IB re ceic MI to d the subscription lnltl 11 i tois the time the order in lull to jtvea aFRIDAY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4 1904 IN the N tional Baptist Union of last week Rev RH Boyd DD Cor Sec of the National Baptist l P Hoard has considerable to sal ay about the action of the Na tional Baptist Convention relative to the plan of Coopeiation with the Southern Baptist Convention In reviewing the acti...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 4 November 1904

MVIUM4fIJC3 DBrAMIIMIMQBBOi M 0 j I AAMiIIf l1l I uP 1i JIiwQ LL J j t j1 a JJ1pu lt i t r 1 i 1 V L 1 I I oj AMEBICAH BPTI6T FCVIBIIE 41904 w iI Ntiw w ojJ t r r 0 an In + 3150 I and blad c uiowledge so + k Kilmers Swamp 3f romedy fulfills evrry eantit n pm In the t1 hl1Cdl and every part llyl l passingto to c J cifccu fwiovL a e of liquor wine or beer andrverct nsu that unpleasant necessity of l > eH g co ipclicd to go often during the 1 day and to pet up many times during the nigh Te mild ald the extra ordinary effect of Swamp Koot is soon realized It stands he h ghest for its won itjderful cure of the most distressing cases If you need a m dicnt yau i tould have the I Oast Sold by druc5 ts 115 i = ardl 1 sizes you may have a simple boile cf thb wonaeriul discovery r > y I and a book that tests l f 1y crOfO about It bvtl selt C 1 I q bsoutely free ty r1J 1 Address Cr Kilmr 110m It Sw rpRoot Co Bmphitmton t N Y When writing men lift rwdUjgthjg ncroiL ofer in this paper Dont ...

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

t r i c 2 Kings 1 2 415 ar s Motto Text We will not for sake the house of our God Neh 1039 Neh1039We We learn from Chronicles that the sons of Athaliah that wicked woman had done much injury to 1 the temple besides taking out its vessel 1 of gold and silver and giving them to Baal King Joash or Je hoash his name is spelled both I ways had the repair of these iuju ries greatly at heart and be gath ered ths priests together in a meet ingVerse Verse 4 Jehosh makes a speech to the assembled priests He des ignates i three kinds ofmoney which were to be reserved for repairs and not used in the regular temple ser vice The money of every that vccount Whenever a census was taken every man over twenty was required to pay a poll tax of half a shekel Ex 3013II The money that every man is set at This was the redemption money made to redeem the first born And all money that cometh into any mans heart to bring into the house of the Lord All the free will of I ferings which were made in money Let 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. — 11 November 1904

J v b f r i t Jlff t rA f T m 4 lf l 1 AI e A ERICAN BAPTIST 1 VOuXXVI NO XLV LOUISVILLE KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 11 lyo4 ESTABLISHED I 79 JI r1tScf ° II SLAVERY yo o L 8a Op fromalsvery c2W o l A a qrn With bin brawny ariL e l th Dormant bralu at hint for Not allowed to swell aud thjkpr > Th twn upon his own resources Luosed aa a viprous make Not frioud to bid him welcome par himself untaught to think IIiI iI Up from slavery came the Negro Whence hunted with the blood i bound I Lashed until the crimson fluid Cried for justice from the grQund 01 what a lowly mark of pity Must have been the sons of Ham When tboj merged from onalua of bondage In this Gods freedom land Up from slavery Is the Negro In the congress hall of brain Coping with the tamed and famous With ability not ashamed Abreast hell keep with the worlds march onward A component part of her upward glide Till she forgets that the Negro was ever Up from slavery Composed by Jesse Merchant 1216 Jaukiou st Louisville Ky Vagaries o...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 11 November 1904

jf > 8 AWERI01N B1PTIST NOVEMBER 1904 L A1E31GAN t BPHST KSTAHUeilKD IS79 FUBLISHFD EVERY FRIDAY OllfllCK 710 FiiTii ST LoursviuE KY I m m YEAR in aavam 125 H MONTHS 75 > HUBS MONTHS 40 IIirONB COPY FkBB use year W atay 0 who wm send s Ere oaau uta utaIbo Ibo dtt 01 tb Ubel M gob paper bows to what toy yea Env pts3d h P a both as a receipt and equ tt for pyne t f poop r cndit baa DOC been pUt lritbta two of t w lewd tror pyent notify nt AHc f d u change in Post Offi o of Wlfy to pcosptfc ay Jdrftu to bat tMe tsq b4t 0 rte or i < Iar tar i ft et7 et paper r tliU paper m regularly m ne s 1t8b crlber8 until adefluit t order te discontinue in receive swd ike anbscrlptlon paid hi mil e the time the order It itTea PRIDYY NOVEMBER 11 1904 Never have our people of al 1 shades of f opinion been more in terested in the results ofan election than they were of that of last Tues day and never have results ben more assuring and satisfactory Without regard to political affilia tion or cmi...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 11 November 1904

I t t 1 AMEEICAH BAPTIST 1iJIIJJ 1 lf0 I Satin zda Hare Kidmey Trouble TronblaI I ow To Z cud Got Rill a bottle or comm n glass with your later and let it stand twsntyfour nouns a dment or set tling Indicates an Qtunhealtb condi tion of the kid QtW I neysJ if It stains ol l yo > linen It Is Hi i I nej trouble too r frequent desire to pass It or pain In 7 tA back u alsoI vlncingpruof that the kldne13 and bud alsor bladziOf ziOf What to Do ere ls comfort ° ft In the knowledge so r SOett Swamp Poot tlo great kidney remedy fulfills every WISh In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys tver i bladder and every part partthe the urinary passage It corrects Inability to 1old 1 water and sc Aiding pain In passing j jW or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant BecessUycf being compelled to go often faring the day and to get up many times J Muting the night The mild and the extra extral l aIhed It stands the highest for Its won ul cures of the most...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 11 November 1904

I I A M V J IfJAJ JfM 1 JWTOAY BTOVEMBEB 111904 I SUNUAY SCHOOL LESSON L SUNDAY NOVEMBER 20 r ISAIAHS MESSAGE TO JU DAH i Isaiah 11 9 16 20 Motto TextCzase to do evil learn to do well Isa 116 The vision of Isaiah the son of Amos Isaiah was a young man who was of royal 1 blood He proph esied in Jerusalem for more than a forty years He began in the reign of Uzziah in which both Judah and Israel were at the height of pros perity Israel was ruled by the great Jeroboam n by tar the greatest of I a the kings who ruled in the northern kingdom Uzziah and Jeroboam had extended their kingdoms till the two embraced all the kingdom of David Wealth increased greatly and the worldly prosperity was equal to that of the golden days of Solomon But the usual consequences ces followed the great prosperity Jeshurem waxed fat and kicked The people in their pursuit of riches forgot God The vices of prosperity ran rampant as is shown in the burning words of Hosea And the punishment of their corruption dru...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 18 November 1904

I J A E Po RICAN BAPTlStr 1V qo eElOe J oW BE k VXKuXXVI NO XLYI LPUISVILLE KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18 LOOt ESTABLISHED Hs79 THE HOME DAYS ° When the golden rod has whispered OrWben Or the maple leaves are red When the n bins ntllt is empty And the crickets prayers are said r lu the silence and the shadow L I Of the swiftly hastening fall I Come th dear and happy home Jays II OtjB we love the best of all r Then the house hold gathers early it And the fire light leaps and glows r Till the old earth in its brightness Wears the glory of the rote I I t Then the grandsire thinks of stories And tbe children cluster sweet Aud the floor Is just a keyboard For the babys patteing feet If lbs rain drops dance cotillions On the roof aud on the eaves If the chill wind sweeps the meadows Shorn and bare and bound iu sheaves If the arowflakes come like fairies Show in shoes of silence we Ouly crowd the closer closer Where the cheery kindred be Oh the dear moo of the mother AH HBO tuokn the laddies in Ob...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 18 November 1904

r 1 p w S to nrwrnvs nvtnr HOVRWTO is JJXM i < t h a = = = AMERICAN BAPTIST ESTABU8HRD l89 i I PUBLISHED KVRRY FRIDAvI I QVlICR 710 FIFTH ST LoursviuE KY oJ mRl B apt VuJt In advance 125 sjt MOtnBSII w 75 VHRKU MONTHS 4a IiirONB COPY PER t Dae yet a ay ODe who win tend ell Ii n tra iftr rb dM > WtiMh6el pa pi erhows tD orbit tBeyopkv Fki It w r as both n a rcceiot ann qntst fee pByracBt If proper ewdk has DOt been r 9ft with n two tf ttfI w rrtaer pnent notify ilL AJ airy aIKt ptij d My change is Poet Offi e a 4drtt ablt thee maT b o rYe cr dljr y brctr et pap r h Tbte paper la regularly midI f + s Itseabscriber8 until adelwlf order is dlHConit nne it reoolf + < s l I t anbHcriptlon pall a and tfce time the order i e the tell ej1vea FRIDAY NOYKMUKK is 1901 THE vote oi the American peopU in the election last weeK was virtu ally a vote of confidence in its Ne gro citizens and is the highest trib ute ever paid to them if the mag nificent majority given to President Roosevelt i...

Publication Title: American Baptist
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 18 November 1904

p l 1XERICJ01 BJJlliT 1IO9J WEll JIltlOt a Yr Y f AomBoada Hare Kidney Trouble ad Dont Know it itlow Mow To rind Out Pill a bottle or common glass with your ftUr and let It stand twentyfour hours a r M sediment or set I tling Indicates an JI unhealthy condi iYrrion of the kid rtY5 if it stains four linen It Is f evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain In tno 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 Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish In curing rheumatism pain In the tack kidneys live bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability tn hold water and scalding pain In passing k or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant atcessity of being compelled to go often Awing the day and to get up many times Curing the night The mild and the extra Ordinary effect of Sw...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 18 November 1904

IIJIIIIIII f n 1 of 1 i J 1w 77 T1 + r BAFTIOT WVD4T NOVEMBER 18 1904 SUN DAY SCHOOL LESSON SUNDAY NOVEMBER 27 TEMPERANCE Isa 28113 Motto TextcThey have also erred through wine and through strong drink are out of the way Isa 287 There is no lesson more needed i in the world today than this in inI I which Gods wrath against the drunkenness of Israel and Judah is told For unless there is a change and that a speedy one the civilized races will perish from the face of the earth seltdestroyed by alcohol and opium If there were no hell disclosed in the Bible all trueheart ed men would feel there must be a hell when they read of the men who send millions of gallons of rum 1 to Africa from Boston C C Woe to the crown of pride to the drunkards of EphriamSa maria was a beautiful city situated on the top of an oval shaped hill surrounded by very fertile lands God had been very gracious to Ephraim in the portion of his in heritance Isaiah admits the beau ty of the luxurious city but pro nounced...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 2 December 1904

fJf 7c7 1 1 G nfa i fil f f b C i < Ie i rit t I 0 i II I 1 II ir r I I 1 AMR1CAN BAPTISr 1 1 II oJ s F t 6 VO Xa e LouisVILLE KY FRIDAY > DECEMBER 2 1904 ESTABLISHED 1879 = = = F it MY SONG AT SEVENTY J J 1 IIV IIKNRY I MORKHCUSE D n I sh g a snug at seventy jvr OVrfl twing with thanksgiving l My ullh Kbunezer trace i p r life U I worth the living A jarful brarl my fallow men I IU4U on at three score year and ten Th tranuieut blossoms of the spring Hae noW their golden fruitage tempeNtsk 1 1 I I1tnKI L I 0 UAH d ap and firmer rootage A rI caed joy my fellow men Abide at three score year + aud ten Tie heat and stress of summer time Give plave to file more sober I Vita cltarbl skies a d views sublime o lu cool and bright October Autumnal oueer my iwllo N men three score years and ten In here at By wear and waste through who de algu The granite gets ita luster Aud pruning of the rultful vine trlug grapes In richer cluster The lain 01 low 0 murmuring men Appears at three Heart ye...

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

e + I m 9 L ° tLr 1Pi > J AHBRIGAN BAPTIST DEGEMBEB 2 If 04 ii rAMERICAN r BAPTISiT IIIi II ESTABLISHED 1879 IiItSTABLI8UBD Ii Ii 4PULI5iTD EVERY IRIDAv OlIICR II 710 FIFTH ST LOUISVILLE Kv ge R ti vu YfeUt to advance 125 i > MONTHS 1 75 73o rJCu1tKS c MONTHS t o 1IirONB 1 COPY FRBB LtDee 7tar Io y OM who wIId a i n inset f ad i1e i The dlMea thellbelefJGP papft shows to lrbat ae yea kttttpdt It I both at a receipt and J I i grist baL 11 1 proper UdiI Iuaot been pna within two ot f N vtebkesitisstof paJlllCDl DOttfr IlL Abe tlIr su ycopt it tnf duutp fa Post O6 a at dn Ie thatcbw sear b1e serer or delay ss S17 a pper I II ° j 1 TIlls paper is regularly mailed 11 adeniteI I II rder le discontinue IB received a ad the nbacrlpUoa paid in fvll e tile time the order I e urea t FRIDAY DECEMBER 2 1904s LAST Friday State University had been in actual and continued operation for twentyfive years and its Quarto Centennial has been cel ebrated in a quiet way during the week and will clos...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 2 December 1904

r8 tf1f I < 1 r 0t 4vV f 4h JI tr J l tt i f 7 1i l j C ICd IA ECIJI 2 1104 IIV II i II 11 t The Cause of Many DeathsI I I 1 E Thero Is a disease prevailing in this i country most dangerous because so deco P P1t i JIf J 1L 1t t VI Many sudden 1Ld d ths are caused b Y it heart disease pneumonia diseaseheart failure or apoplexy are often the result A tof t kidney disease If J kidney trouble Is al 7 i lowed to advance the Ij j kldne y pol son e d blood will attack the I ti vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste I t away eel1 by cell < 1 I oneBiaddei a derangement of the kldns and a cure Is d 1 yi i treatment of he kidrsys If you are feeling badly you ran make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers Ktlmersw w r l bladder remedy It orrects Inability to hold urine and scald Ing pain in passing it and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to f go ofteiiduring the day and to get up many i times during the night The mild and the I l extraordinary effect o...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 2 December 1904

pv jllt tf 4vgnIaA BAPrIft tfniDAx DEOEMBEE 2 1904 rl I I I oo Pu L SUNDAY SCHOOL I ± LESSON I SUNDAY DECEMBER II CAPTIVITY OF THE TEN TRIBES 2 Kings 176 iS Motto TctThe face of the Lord is against them that do evil It i Peter 312 The lesson is a warning to na tions as such For God deals with nations as units and takes ven i geance upon them for national sins There were good men in this king I dom of Israel among them great prophets But their goodness only saved them as individuals God says speaking thrrugh the mouth of Ezekiel in regard to corrupt cities which he had resolved to pun ish though these three men Noah Daniel and Job they should deli er but their own souls by their righteousness saith the Lord God1 And another great lesson is that God punishes with special severity nations which have been greatly blessed They sinU against the the greater light and their guilt is therefore aggravated Again this was Gods chosen people dear to him for their fathers sake If he did not spare...

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 December 1904

f r i 1 I I 3 I I D I x < I AMERICAN 6t BAPTISr i I I i L z y rVO I i XXVI NO XKS3 LOUISVILLE KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 9 1004 ESTABLISHED 1879 I rHAVE r FAITH IN GOD i God never would seud you the dark ness If He felt you could bear the light gutdt I t ing baud J If the way were always bright And you would care to walk by faith UCould you always walk by eight S i he Mends you the blinding darkness And the furnace of saven > fold heat TIB the only way believe me T kelp you oloae to his feet I For It Is always BO easy to wander When our lives are glad and sweet Then neotle your hand in your Fathers AndsloR if you can as yon go Your tong may cheer a me one behind yon Whose courage is slukiug low And een If vour lips do quiver I God will love you the better HO Selected I WOMENS WORK I Knir Tlitt teller should have proceeded the one I A uWished in the Uu i iutue of this paper We reached Rd House Sunday Sep t tember 20th at 1180 a m found Mrs Amelia Hugeleys carriage in awaiting for uw Hr...

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 December 1904

34oM JIJ ir c M Ii r > lti 1T C i + Ct C f9l r I AMJffilCAH BAPTIST DECEMBER 9 1904 t w UERICAN BAPTIST RSTABU8HED 1879 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY OFFICE 710 FIFTH ST LOUISVILLE KY 4R YtaUft in advance 125 > > MONTHS 75 fHRB MOUTHS > C 40 MTONB COPY PRBBa Dee Ie a > v or wUllnd fir aasw 0 4 1Ite dWe a W Midyear paper shows a what r1r It MTVts both M s receit and what lM i J pcofar m tfcaBOt beta gtota within two ot mw fcsffWI JMef mraeat Mtifyus Ayr w j a e1 err deep ia Post om a a Mrne M ItrttMnR M M enw or debt i K7nr M paper oatyw I11III payer Is regularly mailed 11IJ1leerl1 uniil a definite r4ert4iiM BtlriueU received sad tb avaacrlptiaa paid In Vtt N Ike the the enter it LITellFRIDAY FRIDAY DECEMBER 9 1904 A case of peculiar interest was tried in this city last week when a white property owner attempted to evade a specific contract to sell a peice of property to a purchaser because at the time he made the contract he did not know that the party was a colored man and ...

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 December 1904

T JrI i AIIDI AlI BAP118I DIf T V III g f j Jt < ar J The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a aiseas prevailing in this country most danperous because so decep I Mil II teU dccepI I c i ths are caused by heart disease Tumonia heart filure or apoplexy t rare often the result t Ift I t J Aii ii inc i l trouble Is al I k I 1 wed to advance the ygj Houeypoisoned blrod will l attack the vital organs or the thekidneys wav cell hy ceL j Bladi i troubles away result from i n ran rent of tii iGy anti a cure Is obtpmer quickest t hv 9 rroper treatment of ho youal If aii maka no ml tag taing Dr KilmerV SwampRoot ths f nt kidney iiver and abladder II I sonnets Inability held urine and scald ant Piii in passingI mid overcomes that unpleasant necessity being v > mpelled to to Mtan luring thi d mid lc get up many ilnsK during ths iih Thr + ild and the xiranrdiiiMry t effect c1 vmpR t Is soon valued It stated il j Hist i r Its won I etfvlI is d ths nv ires its i cases IIruRt t is I plrta n...

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 December 1904

w 1 I i I < 4 i r t > < 7 t 7 I 1P w 1 > I 1J1Jiit it h t 1 dti1 1t T i 0 l j iid 1 t id < j i S r > f MJmiOAK SAFTI8T KIDAY DECEMBER Q 1904 I tlv 1 f f I > SUNDAY SCHOOL I 3 LESSON SUNDAY DECEMBER 1 8 1ISUNDAY I REVIEW VIEWI I LESSON i 2 Kings 21222 ELISH SUCCEEDS ELIJAH Motto TextLet a double portion t1of thy spirit be upon me2 Kings J 29 29Outline OutlineI The Accredited Prop het 2 Seeking Elijahs body 3 Healing the WatersI I LESSON 2 2 Kings 417 THE WIDOWS OIL IN CREASED Motto TextTrust the Lord and do good so shalt thou dwell in the land and verily thou shalt be fed PS37 3 Ps373Outline CutlineI The Importunate WidowS 2 Increasing what she had 3 Providing for the Future t LESSON 3 2 Kings 42537 ELISHA AND THE SHUMITE Motto TextThe hof God is eternal life through Jesus C hrist our LordRom 623 Outline I Seeking Elisha 2 Gehazis Failure 3 Restoration of the Child LESSON 4 2 Kings 5 114 ELISHA AND NAAMAN Motto Text Heal me 0 Lord and I shall be healed save me an...

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