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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 4 December 1903

r l i 1 I I lY f J f AMERICAN BAPTIST VOL XXV NO 49e IJ ILLE KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 4 1903 ESTABLISH 1 1D 18lB THE UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY Could we but BDOV The laud that ends our dark unoPrR lain travel Where lie those happier hills and Meltdown lowci Ah if bryouud the spirits inmost cavil Aught of that country could surely kuow Who would not go Might we but hear Tin hovering angels hig Imagined chorus Or catob betimes with wakeful eyes and clear One tad lent vista of the real before us moment given to see With one rapt and hear Ah who would tear Were we quite sure left friend who To find the peerless Ui lonely celestial stream AS Or tho by some pure To gnzo in eves that here were love litODlj This weary mortal coil were we quite Who would endure Edmund Clarence Stedman BAPTIST FORGETFULNESS I hare been thinking for a long time to write a abort series of articles for j publication in your paper but una voidable business has made it impoaai ble to do to sooner I hardly can spare time at th...

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 December 1903

< AMERICAN BAPTIST FRIDAY DECEMBER 1903 AMERICAN BAPTIST ESTABLISHED 1879 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY OFFC 710 FIFTH ST LOUISVILLE Xv s IIJ t3ai U YSAJt in advance 125 It MONTBBII 75 VHRBS MONTHS 40 > MTONB COPY PlUm 0 ysat M aay OM1aG 4Nud M AvaamM 1M The dale ca MM UtMl fy paper bows Nwhat teas roe bn paW Ik wa both M a reed t and a nqvm for payatst If proper credit has DOC been pna wltllU two or t4 woks froa tlae d pep eat etlfrc AHo Ufr as promptly of may ebap ta Pat Offi r dress so lad tMn My bt ao errs or Mxf to anr of paper FRIDAY DECEMBER 6 1903 c cA paper fa regularly raaiM f itamtacriben oath atefiulte rder to too mtiHW ill received lied Ike nbacripftteB paid in tall to die tine the order fie ivsmTHE THE report of the Superintendent of Education of Mississippi give i some interesting facts upon the I question of public education in that state which may be studied with profit by persons interested The report shows that 403647 children are enrolled in all the schools of the...

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 December 1903

I aMERIOAt BAJPTIOT > IUDr DECEMBER41903 JverWork Weakens Your Kidneys lfraltty Kidneys Kake Impure Blood AH tne blood in your body passes through ow kidneys once every three minutes The kidneys are your v blood purifiers they flK 1 ter out the waste or impurities in the blood If they are sick or out dof i f I i their work Pains aches and rheu matism come from ex cess of uric acid in the theblood blood due to neglected Jdny trohbls neglectedt K1 u v u uhle causes quick or unsteady least lt and makes ono feel as though thougilb ilb art trouble because the heart is kidneyzotorid jouortd blood through veins and arteries urinaryrn arteriesIf kidneysu ax nw mouern science proves that nearly nearlyI I < t utional i disease hwe their begin beginam begindif if v f s sick you can make no mistake y rh oCr wring your kidneys The mild std the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers arapRoot the great kidney remedy Is Ca realized it stands the highest for its ncEerf ul cur a of the most distres...

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 December 1903

AMERICAN BAPTIST FRIDAY DECEMBER 4 1903 r ftr 99 t 4H1 St tljouif t5S9B t i atsicsie icrti i e ewt9 ran SUNDAY DECEMBER 13 THE DEDICATION OF THE TEMPLE i Kings 8 III 62 63 Motto TextI was glad when they said unto me Let us go into the house of the LordPa1221 The temple was the most beauti ful building ever erected by man and at an expense ol labour and money that staggers the imagina tion 150000 men hired from the other nations and 31000 Israelites worked for f years in its building quarrying the stones The skilled workmen who directed were from Tyre David had gathered one and a half billion in gold and nearly a billion in silver which was used in the construction The iron and brass were beyond compu tation The precious stones were in profusion All that man could be was done to make this temple a worthy foot stool for God Then Solomon assembled the elders of Israel and all the heads of t tribes the chief of the J at hers of the children of Israel facto king Solomon in Jerusalem The ...

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 December 1903

nt A l J lii A 7 Jp r 1tT r Il I l 1nt AMERICAN BAPTIST VOL XXV NO 5 1 Qj LOUISVILLE KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 1 8 1903 ESTABLISHED 187ft SOME OTHER DAY There are wonderful things we are go ing to do Some other daya i And harbors we hope to drift Into Some other day i With folded bands and oars that trail WI watch and wait for a favoring gale To fill the fold of an idle sail Some other dayL We know we must toll if we ever win Some other day But SlY to ourselves thetes time to begin Borne other day i And BO deferring to loiter on Until toe Jut we find withdrawn The strength of the hope we leaned upon Some other day And who j we are old and our raoe Is run Borne other day We fret for the things that might have been doneSm S another day We trace the path that lead us where The beckoning hand of grim despair Leads us to yonder out the here Some other dayl WOMENS WORK We reached Owentou by stage lIn i from Sparta on Saturday night Septd 38th at 7 oclock and fonud our way to the home of deacon V...

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 December 1903

r = rr 1 c C c r3fr t rf f 4 J I L AMEBIOAN BAPTIST FRIDAY DECEMBER 18 1903 AMERICAN BAPTIST RSTABLISHBD 1879 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY i I 710 FIFTH ST LOUISVILLE KY 1 I S3DR s try YKAR in advance 125 i r MONT Hst 75j j 4 THXRB MONTHS 40 90ONB COPY PRBBa DMywr tomay oMwhovlMod v dvs Bmt J tdffef tdffefThvdtt 1 n akin OB t1ae label ef pca paper thorn tewhftt tfatyeakaTtpiU Ik wa both as a receipt lUte 1 B request for prm atI I If proper crdit fcu DOC bed fives withia too or 1 3S waka olD tlae1 pyetMtifyQs Ato Ulfr us promptly of uy bang ia Post OS 81 MdrM to that tMn iwy be BO mr or da1arI I T > fcT < rjr of Mpg FRIDAY DECEMBER 18 1903 c Thin paper la regularly mailed f its bNcriber until atefittltv Htor t dlaoeniinne ia received sad the anfc cripti M paid in fall to the time the order ia area areaTHE THE changing of the Educational Board of the National Baptist Con vention from Washington to Nash ville has precipitated an interesting discussion and has raised other questions whi...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 18 December 1903

11 4Jr f r f S e Mi1t8Od1V BAJPTIBI 1UDY DECEMBER 1903 XerWork Weakens Your Kidneys jtafculfliy Kidneys Make Impure BlmL AH tne blood in your body passes uV gh OOr kidneys once every three minutesin n ft8 kidneys PM your blood purifiers II I ey fil l I ter out the waJte or impurities in Hi blood r I If they are slk > or ont i of order they fail to do I workI I Pains achftsandrheu matism CIIe from ex r cess of i < ilc acid in the > blood dje to neglected neglectedtfdn3y K < 1 > v it uhle causes qulk or unsteady tear lt andmakes ons feel as though thougiisi iisi jeart trouble bCa se the heart is jvn Corking in pumpInV thick kidney kidneyMUorid sotsor d blood through v J and arteries urinaryrChn arteriesIt fO njs er to be traccu to the kidneys JUt nw mouern science ves that nearly nearlyI 111r I < utional disease I have their begin Sing In tidney trouble S If va 1 LI I sick you I A11 make no mistake 0 y > 1t vet i Coring yotr Wdneys The mild tend the extraordinary ...

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 December 1903

c r sR w sf f r I AMERICAN BAPTIST FKLOA Y DECEMBER 18 lUUS 4 t iI St llf 15518 d iiumcrllR i + REVIEW Lesson I October 4 DAVID BRINGS UP THE ARK 2 Sam 6 112 Golden Text Blessed are they that dwell in thy housePs 844 Analysis I Seeking the Ark Ver i 2 II Carrying the Ark Ver 35 III Sin of Uzzah Ver 69 IV Refusing the Ark Ver EOII V Its Final Removal Ver 12 Lesson II October n GODS COVENANT WITH DAVID 2 Sam 7 416 Golden TextThy throne shall be established forever2 Sam716 Analysis I Refusing a Request Ver 47 II Rehearsing the Pas Ver89 III Blessing Israel Ver IoIi a IV Promise for FutureVer ii a16 Lesson III October 18 DAVIDS CONFESSION Ps 51 117 Golden Text Create in me a clean herat 0 GodPs 5110 Analysis I Praying for Purity Ver 12 II Confessing Sin Ner 37 III Asking for Assurance Ver 8 12 IV Finding His Service Ver 1317 Lesson IV October 25 DAVIDS JOY OVER FORGIVENESS Psalrn32 Golden TextBlessed is i he whole transgression is forgiven whose sin is covered Ps 321 Analysis I The Bles...

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

c ry7Y y ryy ry t L4 r I 1l I t f r 1 AEtI it T t t J i IU I 4 B t HA31H31A WI JDI IJ r 1 r t THE NEW YORK i I t CJ UBLICLIB 1 u Jl L1BRRYT f 279084 h I VOJIXXV1 NO Iti e It LQISVILLE KY PRIDE A AR1 1 AoTOn UCNOX A ESTABLISHED ItT9I LOVING MY NEIGHBOR 1 w V JNKIOUBURV I WF I JJ I ehntihl A brolber tar tetttngIn + rtre dir I trM ft And I Should I turn hull ievft him I tioiufortle sf When 1 might be A meaaepgjo gopeauthIpltet HIIW could 1 ak to have what I a e Died lu my own hoar of bit terneen supplied 1 II I might slug A little lojiBjfolo other a itiiutiue h rJJiPr Aud I shojjlcf Heal my lips and sit apart > Wueu I might bring A bit of Buunblue for lifes ache and stnatir j Bow coul Ihope to hiiveifi Y grief re llevrd If 1 kept llent fbtb tty brother f i grieved I IAd to 1 ku w I Tuat the lay J b 1 loa wherein I fall to If ud A helping band to some wayfaring friend I But It I Chew A burdeti lightened 1 bj a cheer 11 stud Then do 1 uo14 the J olden boura well l spent ti lay infi tt...

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

iii 7u 1 Tl iT I ANTCANBA1T rJ NTTABY 1 1994 0 l AMERICAN BAPTIST ESTABLISHED 1879 I PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY oFFICE 710 KIFTH ST LOUISVILLE KY T11RtOw m < YBAR in a vance 125 jijc MONTHSIf 75 VMRHH MONTHS 40 < JfiTONB COPY PRBR9K Doe year to ay one who win Mild > bw names Jko64 Jko64Tb The date em tkc label yoa paper show u what was you kmre paid It wYes both as a receiot and b rcqntst for payment If proper credit has not been irra wjtbin two Of mte weeks from tilDer pye t notify os AK kwdfy ut promptly of nay change ia Poet Offi ci ddreta 0 that there may be BO error or debs iv ring of paper FRIDAY JANUARY i 1904 VOL XXVI NO1 LAST week conditions anden vironments gave us the opportunity and blessing of looking backward and commenting upon our past record and achievements and this week having crossed the threshold of a new year we are privileged in looking forward t gather fresh hope and courage for the contest that confronts us Our paper the oldest in our denomination 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. — 1 January 1904

t lJ f r FBmwY JAN ARY 1 Iool1 lumen as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kvinev trouble rrivs uoon the mind dis out ages and lessens arnbitio beauty vigor arc cheerfulness soon J kidt i rn r tne arc out ol order dlllkLJr f orduaed L Kicnty trouble has 11 J oenoin so prevalent prevalenti J i A T hu it is i not uncommon for a chila to be born r Q t = afflicted with weak kid Jt I 4tnc 4 i s lithe child urin I II art too often if the rine scalds the flesh cr if when the child achej ar ace whPl it should be able to antrl the pat it Is yst t afflicted with taetir r a grad upon It the cause of e aifMcjIy kciey trout k and the first ep shoulu be towards the treatment of ese imp lIt organs This unpleasant rouble is d ie to a dicased condition of the Udney and bliddrr and not to a habit as nut people suppose W > men as well as men are made mis ret r 10 kjnc and bladder trouble remedyfhs 1 fhs Mud t and Un I Ut of SwampRoot fSx11 reiiued hr > J oy druggists in fifcN tent ...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 1 January 1904

= 1E n Prb k T 1 IOAN BAPJ 1 iP = 04 Ie 1 r Irrtvo v ogr 4 4 t 4tuBda c t 6 A Pt r 9 9 M SUNMJAY JANUARY IOTH THE PREACHING OF JOHN THE BAPTIST MATT 1 1111 u Motto Text Riipttnt ye for the kingdom of turivciiMS at hand hi ffctvi lfiI JIlt John fhi IirJ > l tsf pftafhinx in the t1 her ttrss of infiii u Thi das when I InSrfph and his tam lwre living in Nizinfh as to d in the clc + sin 1 VITS 01 l rhapter sec nd I John was Lulu thjrbtIrS ofit t having been living in tilt desert that is in the wilt 111111 ibric i ptrt of the utniiUN fur > Mine nne This was I Ii < tit apptranrt as a pieacher art 1 titibtt i 11 IHSO Luke is the on Y t pd l vhich gives any account of Juhn before he began his preaching The wildcrne of Judea vas a name given to H region lying west of the Dad Si Ia and including part o f the JijJr tn vallfy ftffitit jr lor rat kingdom of 1111 htli haUlThe Greek word translated repent means u change of thought and of purpose True repentance changes our opin ion of our...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 8 January 1904

L frL frI lLIUfL L 01 I AMERICAN BAPTIST THE TIFW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY VOL XXVI NO II d H LOUISVILLE KY FRIDAY JANUARY 8 1804oR LIJWOX A40ESrA6 LISHED1879 THERE IS NO UNBELIEF There l no unbelief AuoHver plants a seed beneath the t sd Aud walt to see It push away the olod I Trust lib lu Uod Them In I no uubellof j WhoeAwr ilay when clouds are In the I sky Be natleut heart light breaiceth by a id hy hyiriiHtH trusts the Meat High Therein uu uubeif Vlowvtjr nets ueath winter field of r > V The It u in narrestof the future grog duds power iun t know There Ir l uu uubelief I Who ver LIeS dowu uU his couch to sleep touteut to lock eaob aeuae in slumber deep KnowN God will keep There IH tin unbelief Whoever say Tomorrow the u kuow The future trutt that power alone He dares disown There in no uub lief Tar brad that looks on when dear eye lids close Aud dare to live when lift has only goer Gods aomfort known There io DO unbelief For thUH uy day and ulgbt uuconaci touulluuHly Tue umri live...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 8 January 1904

r T J11 L ilo r I I + t 1 AMERICAN BAPTIST FRIDAY JANUARY sl 04 AMERICAN BAPTIST ESTABLISHED 1891 1 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY QLFIeK tio KIFTH Sr LouisviuK Kv 1 1R7tltl9 < H VEAL in advance 125 t MONTHSII 75 triitim MONTHS 40 oNE COPY FREE OM year M say ooo who win Mad o a fi we names ufts uftsThe The date OB tbeUbelrC yoa paper shows tc what ae JUG kayo paW > r sees both as a rceiwi and request for payment II proper credit baa not been gives with n two 01 re weeka from timef payment aotily us Asc cit tu promptly of any chinf is Poe Offi c 01 ddra to that Ibert nay be ao error or oel r a Avery of paper FRIDAY JANtARYS 190 1 < = = = rUU paper la regularly tour O i1MNtlb8Crlbe1rM until a delta If sr + er te dlacoiiiinue is receive and die subscription paid 11 l tall to the time the order I Yea z Tilt terrible calamity In Chic J K I last week which resulted in tilt death of hundreds of prtph hav caused a general I inquiry int > the matter of the safetytt Itrletud1 ttces in the...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 8 January 1904

r f L = r 0 r > r J IwT J 0 ICAS BAPTIST FRIDAY JANUARY 8 1904 r omen as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls curoges and lessens ambition beauty vigor 4l 1and 1 cheerfulness soon ii disappear when the kid > neys arc out ot order zsr or disea ed t Kidney trouble has become so prevalent i j that it is not uncommon for a child to be born V afflicted with weak kid neys If the child urln ates too often if the rtne scalds the flesh or if when the child uhej an age when it should be able to intro the passage it is yet afflicted with u wetting depend upcn It the cause of e difficulty IS kidney trouble and the first = p should be towards the treatment of ese important organs This unpleasant r uble is due to a diseased condition of the uoncys and bladder and not to a habit as not people suppose l omen ss well as men are made rols i oaivie with kidney and bladder trouble aid both nd the same great remedy rue mild and the immediate effec...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 8 January 1904

1 J a 4 AMBBIOAN BAPTIST FRIDAY JANUARY A 1904 i 041Yf 41Yf R i APT SBda Saqqf 115SBB d llatirAtiuic AIs piV A I SUNDAY JANUARY ITH THE BAPTISM AND TEMPTATION TION OF THE LORD Matt 3 13 4 n Motto TcxtH And lo a voice front heaven saying This is my be loved Son in whom I am well I I pleasedMatt 3 Ii Then cometk Jesus from Gt1i1 lee to Jordan unto John to be bap tized of himOur Lord was livr iug in Nazareth of Galilee and was i now about thirty years old John was baptizing probably at the ford near Betbabara But John forbade him saying gc I have need in be baptized of thee and comrst thou to t11tA tes timony to the sinless Hie the Lord had led in those silent thirty years John 1 preached baptism as a symbol of repentance and he knew that he was a sinner though his had been a life utterly free from all vices grcnl t I or small But this kinsman 01 hi needed no repentance Suffer it to be so now for thus it becometh us to fulfill IIrigh t eousness Our Lord obeyed all the commands of 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. — 22 January 1904

Jr r 7 i = u 1 t I I AMERICAN 4 BAPTIST I IVOL I XXVI NO 1 1LOUISVILLE KY FRIDAY JANUARY 22 1 904 ESTABLISHED r 1879 I KEEP AWl Ar r 8c 1V0 6 o 8 My boy keep away from tcmptallo It may conquer you ere you think Tu a perilous I thin to daily An1 toy with the d iuon drinkIm Many air nger than you have tarrld They wen safe and st cure they thought Yet they yielded one fatal I moment And widespread mm WRS wrought p ISo ken away from temptation Tit yo + r af > Ht plan mv dear son Do net ully your lifpM fair reprrd Ere your Oat hoods well begun For there nothing but sorrow follows In tin wake of mans ftrf drink Konrtt Ink t the first i step it may plunge brinkF i Chariot to ArcherRNnNy f 1 lie New York Tribune Review I r The Tribune Review in n hnudfome handromNew fixtpen page w rky ismi d hv The New York Tribune Association ft costs five c ntftt cots but may had I for awhol year for 1 There in no other uoh publica publkaII tine gold antwIuT fur the money It ttlven the ersnuM of rbw ek...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 22 January 1904

y p I IL Ii < r I ci 8 IAMERICAN I AMERICAN BUTIST FRIDAY JANUARY 22 1904 1 j I BAPTIST1 II I I UERIGAN BAPTIST f KST iiiisiiKn 1879 1 PUKUSHKD KVKRY lRU 1 V rtlKlCH 1I 1 I 710 KIFTU ST LorisviiiK KYc I r 3DR > 11d i i ot YEAR In 8QVJU1 t2S 1 i I 1 MONTBSr 75 MfKsa MONTHS e 40 1 9 ONB COPY PRBEaI I doe year t r one who will Mad es fivw name 1 e u > i 4IJ 4ITbe J c IThe e OB 11w label < ron paper bow is what I CM you kava paid It ertbathMarec h > t aDdI I reqaett for peaI I If proper credit baa not bon irta within two 01 I I i I week from tint el papaeat actlfy tn AIOI udty us promptly of any chiaf is POll Ufli e ot Jddrce 410 that tbet HOT be so error or oelar uI I Rvtrrof paper 0 19134t t Ill paper Is regularly mailed ilttMifcHcrlber until adeflnit eider Ie dtacozttiiiae is reeelviHf aub paid l i aloe the anbacriptlon loll e the time the order t Jieves Ji 1 One of the vtxin quest ions with which we must deal today is the c lurch and the young people This question is ...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 22 January 1904

oY roY r r iJ 111c AMERICAN BAPTIST JETKIPAY JANTJAE 22 1904 z 1 Vonien as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by a 1 Kidney Trouble IeKidney trouble pr n ys upon the mind dirt I vigorf f Iand I cheerfulness soon J I 1 1 disappear when the kid 1nays I neys are out ol order 1J 1 or diseased s Kidney trouble has becom so prevalent 0 that It is not uncommon s for a child to be born U afflicted with weak kid neys If the child urln ates too often if the line scalds the flesh or If when the child tot t I mtrol the passage it is yet afflicted with I siwetting depend upon It the cause of 9 difficulty is a kidney trouble and the first so should be towards the treatment of ofr rouble is die to a diseased condition of the lidneys and bladder and not to a habit as i not people suppose Women as well as men are made mis th kidnev and bladder trouble remedynu Hie rnltf irw u immediate effect of j ofSwampRout t oy druggists In fifty KL t cent and one dollar 1 nut You may have a lanple bot1a by mallt n t...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 22 January 1904

J lt l 1 E rrT t1r lI = trf I 7 I AMERICAN BAPTIST FRIDAY JANUARY 22 1904 t 4I I t i r T Innhubaol I icsious I 1 vv r JSUNUA J JANUARY 31 I D1SJ i I THE LORD I CALLS FOUR DIS CIPLES t Luke 5 III II 1 Motto Text l Ifc continue in 1my 1 word then are ye my disciples John 83 1 r And it came to pass that as the Apeople l pressed upon him to hear the word of GodItspeaks I well Iifor these men of Galilee that they t were so eager to hear the Word ol God And it is i the only thing which men will hear for any length of f b the lake of fI f I I time He > tood t bv icniifiarct Tins is called CIi mereth in the Old Testament from its resemblance in shape to a harp It is also called the sea of Galilee and the sea of Tiberias It is aI I at beautiful sheet of clear water through which the Jordan flows on its way I tll t the Dead Sea It is only a small I allf d not quite seven miles broad at its widest But in the time of our Lord l it was the center of activity in that region many towns on its i...

Publication Title: American Baptist
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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