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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 29 January 1904

or y + I c fri1 I l b L oM f 4d1 III r I HF I M 1 1 lzr s t JJ 110 if4 A 1 C Aj I B A PTIST IBI v OL XXVI NO YLO U ISV ILLLh FRIDAY N UARY 2i > 904 ESTABLISHED t 1 879 I CONSOLATION I l HaL t hu forgotten Gull w h > gives the rain t P e tciiu H id merciful the long show e rr pour Un parching fit ids where dust aud Fin drouth wire Fore Yet will thltitt i yea watch but the night I agnlu Peace ou till shadowrd hilU and sky IH I die p reIlanI r shall i ot ihiue hurt bo CO ufot ted with II It I nleep and lulled ol At e u lth he I cotnfotled pain Before thy prayer the heavens ate Iru I z i > u bill Nor yet to cool thy tfctts of fountains I h till 1 j N bV11 h ItllI His word shall net ht ktVftal vlu l Wuut uopt tad earth ga pltk J it yea r lerioou 1 What hope ham thou wuose comfort hbaii be aoou Liti i unit Y TOUIOIIOW where th upland lieluaii black iuou shall g forth and look ou life Coinc oaCn i i alt tat a hull lultOW BetiUttUie yet Ugaiu artcbLauultiulioWretOlitueyetalaiuriUll...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 29 January 1904

Z r 4 b 1 q I ° A 11IRICAlN 15 VFTIST FKIDAT JAKTJABY29 1904 > I AMERICAN I BAPTIST t KSTABUBHKD 1879 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDA OVPICIt 710 FIFTH ST LOUISVILLE KY II jIB j I I ot YA in f ttdVstaCa 125 u > MONTHSIf 75 I > KBRS MONTHS 40 MTOMB COPY F1t8891 r > yaw r tay floe who wiH Mad MM aYe tame n + 8 f It fb 4tta > ea tiM btMi ff yoo papa chows u > what at yon ten paW It erne bath M ftCeut ana i greet for payiMBt II proper credit feu not been p with B rwo 01 p rake from time er ppent ttiy us Ahl P lifT os prosaptfy of toy titling la Post Olfi e CI 4drue to that they nay be w > ttret c t Delay titte of paper 1 FRIDAY JANUARY 29 1903 1lac uld hkr In I ik those Con t ntlMJI1Itvhu > rkly clum t lhil the Atr American Council i > 4 itthe prtpT orgmnzition to look al I 1ter 1 Southern disfranchisement ami t the suffrage question What ha s the Council ever done in its long existence along this line1 To our mind we tnay he wrong it has nit rnrh past i rr olutiiins an...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 29 January 1904

lAMEYt 1 j = = = J AMERICAN BAPTIST JIJUDAYJANUAlh I 10 J4 Vomen as Well as Men 1 Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble t Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dir I ouragea and lessens ambition beauty vigor I Iand cheerfulness soon J J y disappear when the kid neys are out ot order I I or diseased Kidney trouble has becom so prevalent v that it is not uncommon bornL L t I 1i J afflicted with weak kid iiia If the child urin ates too often if the fine scalds the flesh or if when the child aches an age when It should trc able to Introl the passage it Is yet afflicted with dwemnj depend upon it the cause of a aifficulty is kidney trouble and the first 9 should be towards the treatment of f 3e anportant organs This unpleasant rouble Is due to a diseased condition of the idneys and bladder and not to a habit as coat people suppose mist supposeWomen t with kidney and bladder trouble remedyFho Cho mild ana tuo immediate effect of 41SwampRtwt Is soon realized It is sold oy druggists In fifty fT...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 29 January 1904

= = oJ t N 1 1 0 1 i AMERICAN BAPTIST FRIDAY JANUARY 29 1904 I I 1 I JtsOasI I S > M 1t IV VV 1ti i SUNDAY FEB 7 11SUNDAY 11 A SABBATH IN CAPERNAUM t I Mark 12134 r Motto Text 1 He laid l his hands on every one of them and healed I themLuke 440 Our Lori had been tempted fort f + davs in the wilderness had ivtnrn I Ied aud called the first four it post tl to I frcm their nets to be fishers of turn frI I to Galihe Galiker I I A nttthfv 1111 i rust Ctifiiininn I A town upon the sa rotst whiri our Lord mnde his home pfter heir + InK Niz tit tli Josephu menliijii Itour It It has been so entirely de stroyed that its site is not certuinh known And straightway on tin t t Sabbath d y he entered into tin synagogue and taughlClniI never lost any ime in his work when he could he went straight straighta way to that wjrk Syruwgnt 1 1 were the Jews gathering place k I worship en the Sabb tth day 1 hell 1 1i i worship was simple consisting > psalms sung prayer and reading c 11 i eonlutcntsfht...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 5 February 1904

r r > h a C 1 h e I IIt I It v + w AMETCAN BAPTIST w 11v 11 l uLrJO E 1 v ESTABLISH ED 179 i THE HOMESTEAD ON THE HALL t Pilr fertile field and prassy meaap t And orchard slows between A verdant lawn and garden jars BjiKhrimd by forest green Kjru + earliest sunbeam BUd ibj brow And Spring first killeR thrill y All ataie l + + vea tbee well I trow I Ifalr homestead on the hill For many years Ive wandered far btidcrane and Ices new l t t memory shone like con tact stetb 1still p luting back to you f Bach lovely pat some awry holds Aud all my pulses thrill 4 r With oiemorle of past days and loves j P tiwett homestead on the hill These DOC kl my dear grandparent loved These tt < wera their beauty gave J To feet ve scenes of days of grltf f To bridal or to grave B iob duty sorrow Lope or joy That a womans the may Ill Youve sewn my mother meet them all Old homestead on the hill Til tree my brittle act with care A though to leave some sign Some symbol ever pointing whole The stars In...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 5 February 1904

T 0 c r U n L c = r t trttt 1 AMERICAN IS UTEST FRIDAY FEBRUARY 6 1904 f AHERICANBIPTISTBSTABUBHRD i BSTABUBHRD 1879 PUBLISHFD EVERY FRIDA OJTFlCtt 710 FIFTH ST IoursviuE KY ° 3IIBaa L1 E a1D a L23 i 3 MbKTHS 75 j THWW MOUTHS 40 J MTONB COPY PlUm 0 y M afy1y w will s ss Naasa r n tillt IhMldrer pipsrsbo rs It be bef f ssu fit payout It rdrcr 1f doe rasa p wftbfo two 01 aArM MatvMtf7m Aw adas pwFy 01 say bsp Ie Pot D m a a1a Alar PitI d FRIDAY JANUARY 29 iga 3 dal sass WHbTHER Gov Vardiarnan of Miss believes it or nut he has made himself the Prince of Dema gogues by the notorious references to his colored constituents in his in augural address as Cover nor of thatM state Gov Vardamau hardly be lieves what he has said him561t and he 01 ust have been p laving upon the prejudice and ign0 ranee of men J of his own class rath r than to con I vince sertbus acth ughtful people I i that vcatior hail the tendency to fasM triasinaJl instinct in any I I CM All history is aRainit such a I 1 theo...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 5 February 1904

T 7T l2 C t fr J roAN BAPTIST FRIDAY FEBRUARY 5 lP04 J tfiMntti as Well as Men I Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble I L RUM trouble preys upon the mind dis uot aad IMMCII ambition beauty vigor tand cheerfulness soon j r MSSti v J i disappear when the kid j neys are out ot order I or diseased l Kidoey trouble baa becom so prevalent I that it Is not uncommon I for a child to be born afflicted with weak kid w neys If the child urin area too often if the ftee scale the flesh or tf when the child sachaa an age when It should be able to 11ICh 1 the passage It is yet afflicted with + 4wetting depend upon IL the cause of < e difficulty is kidney trouble and the first ep should be towards the treatment of p see important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the tidaeys and bladder and not to a habit aa moat people suppose Women as veil as men are made mto with kidney and bladder trouble remedyIe the mild ana too Immediate effect of Swanawftact is soon realize...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 5 February 1904

r = r I J 1 i b + c L = L1IL 1 r I I AMERICAN BAPIlol BIDAY FEBEUAET5 1901 t h t L t 1 nnaD School a t atop I IeIv a SUNDAY FEBRUARY 14 I OUR LORD FORGIVES SINS Mark 4Q 112 Motto TextliThe Son of Man bath power on e > rth to forgive sins Mark 210 Am1 again he entered into Ca pernaum after some daysH e had been preaching through the tcwns of Galilee The whole region i ne was deeply stirred and so far the i rulers and pharisees if not friendly had made no opposition to him And it was noised that he was in i i t I the house ItProbably the house which he made his abode when in i ns I Capernaum which was now his dwelling place A crowd quickly Yd gathered around him They filled the room in which he sat the open i of the house and even the entrance Not so much as about the door 1 has refer nce to the open hallway Ifit houses were built round an open court and a passage led thru the front to the street And he preached the word unto them That was his great businesspreach i ing the word Th...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 12 February 1904

= r TJ ci t i i I p 1 J > A r M FIR I C < tent t Af T ST W T w w > f t TC 0071 J 1 i IW J oOf r t14 br 0 BJJ qJt User BJJI I Tt flJ r t tr t I vo xxvi NO Y qjA VAJXAJ fft eJ 1 t 1 aESTAnLI8H D18 f ONE OAr JT A TIME Tfo T t I W carry too oft u the burdens tba t reer Wa uitint rot thin day nor the next dy to bea How ofttu wo borrow tbe ill wt b plore And shrink torn for wots tbat unver darkru our door Such wurry a sin let I b quit of the crime tHr illng t ohN day just on dry at a i time A dad at a tlmtbata oougb if we Itnrw i 10 spend all our Itr ngtb on and anx ious thought tIO I 11 Ita tuk and it trials its varied dt mand Are ail wa can bandlr wltb one pair of baud Each day filly lived makes the record ubliiUf God pvrfntls us slowly one day at a time t Iraca I let lomJI roW nand waiting I r say I I And deal with eat < b one when its name la Today TodyI I < aUon tha uture can ask r h doli g ones brat with toiay and its tusk Lifes higheot aid beat thats tbe peak wr must...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 12 February 1904

C uT q L f AMEKTCAN ft > TTST FRIDAY FEBRUARY 12 1904 J I AMERICAN 84Pfl S KSTABUBHKD 1879 1PUntTSFi1D J fl 1QFPIC 1 710 FIFTH ST LOUISVILLE Xvla i saraa t t y In advnnfx 125 as M LNTBSII 75 VHWtt ICOHTHS II 40 11oe f 0 COPY PRBBWl OM year Ie My a a whoteiItlead p ia u a I eas The d + cats y9V paper shows ct what I t andI I i rqu Rlar ptymtnt If prop r credit ku mot bed gea within two ot tr t vet Iron tine d f18CAa notify us A zc arr tr ot of u thing ia Post Offi a el I f Jdrep 0 bat t aal be 110 erne DI oeJar tr I per p A 1KCDAY FEBKlARY 12 1903 1 tTUREC years ago by suggestion I I off re4 by Dr C S Morris tht 11 Foreign Mission Board accidental I ly planned a rally for November te on Bible day This was to some extent getting on the Publishing Boards territory Secretary Jor dan called the attention of the Board to it and at once sent an apology and the mistake corrected r i ut to our surprise last week then appeared an announcement in the National l Baptist Union to the el i t p...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 12 February 1904

r h t 1t r or i 11 k r c r i c 4 I S AMimtIOAN BAPTIST FRIDAY FEBRUARY r A Vonien as VVeM as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble prays upon the mind dls dlsf f 1OlJ 1 t Iand cheerfulness soon I lp disappear when the kid neys are out ot order or diseased diseasedKidney trouble has becorn so prevalent that it Is not uncommon jf for a child to be born i 4L 4e afflicted I with weak kid L e ncys If the child urin ates too often if the tine scalds the flesh or if when the child ta hes an age wher it should be able to mtrol the passage it ts < yet afflicted with d7ettlng depend upon it the cause of f e difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first ap should be towards the treatment of oft t rouble is due to a diseased condition of the Y Udneys and bladder and not to a habit as poet people suppose supposeWorn men are made mls with kldne and bladder trouble remedythe the mild ana uo immediate effect of 5wamp Root is soon realized It is sold oy druggists in fifty cr k Ient...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 12 February 1904

r = r I riT I o may NO S d 1 w li l = IT 1 it A A f081 i dEltlCAB RAPflo < IXIDAY F E114ClA1LYI J UCJ4 I Ii1 I 11J I 3t1 tlael ti 1 Il f a c I 1 1w If 1 1 f O 40 4 abf f i a OUR LORD AND THE SAB BATH Hh 1 Matt 12 U 13 h reMotto well on the Sabbath dayMatt I 1212At At that time Jesus went on the Sabbath through the cornThe time was during his work in Gali lee The Sabbath d iy of the Jews began at sundown on Friday andlo closed at sundown on Saturday Corn means either wheat or barley There were no fencesand the pathsg lay through the grain fields Andp his disciples were a hungered and b gin to pluck the ears of corn bhand and to eatIt H thought they had been to the synagogue to pray er The Jews were accustomed tT gJ before breakfast Luke tells us the disciples rubbed them in theirn handsBut But when the Pharisees saw it Thess m y hive been following the Lord or merely going home from the synagogue by the same pith Behold thy disciple do i that which is not lawful tc do upon the Sab...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 19 February 1904

y or v i Irj ott Iit I f Y v I AMELAN j BAPTIST I f I 1 VOL XXVI NO VIII r iii f LOUISVILLE KY FRIDAY FEBBUABY 19 J904 ESTABLISHED 1876 I jTHE j THANKFUL HEART = Dull moods are ours when low and dim About us clings the brooding mists No beast bare we for lifted bymn No eye for bills of amethyst Ho feeling of the dear blue sky And steadfast slurs that burn above Dull moods when coward fears draw nigh And clutch the tender arm of love But these are as the passing cloud Against tbe splendor of the sun fo thick our Fathers mercies crowd 80 swift to us His angels run His table In the wilderness Before our foes is daily spread And In oar time af sore distress We still have Christ the living breedl Bright mornings wake with lift of lark And light that flushes all the way Sweet evenings pale to sheltering dark For Heaven has watched us all the day And rough or smooth the pilgrim laud Is safe for ns who walk this raid Aye grasping firm the Fathers band And thankful faring home with God < ...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 19 February 1904

T = 0 i = = c J7 Ii 7 V iIii 5 b i r l d i e w A vf ERICA N WrPTI8T l FRIDAY FEBRUARY 19 1904 1 a Lu 2 I 1 KMERlUUMTlST R I TI t sTABLlMfD 1879 tPCualtt f > hVERY FR1DA 1 j vI JICL R1y mBDQS I f Itx i VSK in advance 125 f4 tx MONTHS tt 75 VHKBII MONTHS If 40 40I I J0ONB COPY FRBIitI fti e V 1 One year ta ur oo who win tend es blJct t f f 1jSas i blJcti i tTb sitS KB the lehe1 j yoa paper ehowt to trhat 1 we yso tare pud It u lea tcth s a ueet and andI I 4 tuna JW payment = + 1 proD credit baa not been gir within two ot j J I re wee a from time of p j utnt n uy ns A CI i I 1t fter u pro npttr at an 0101 it poS e UI I fJdel w teat ttn may 0 eroe c r seer ir of pooper I fi i = r 1llRln 1 1 V lEMKfKV I 19 190 t r rr i It Is I allot 1r Cllirnn tf f this t paper llapp i ir Iii iirliolrt from the vn If 1 t M I Ijt O J iJmioit 1 lliCKiiitn K J in Jw uh ht ta t ks tht L 1 Jiixillc Min 6 IT I J ns < I I ucf 1 s It 4 t 1vrclJ to task t because t that body Ii has approved the suggestion t...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 19 February 1904

T 1iF r T2 3 fk I wi T7 7 I L AMERICAN i BAPTIST FKJLDAY 1 FEBRUAKY r rn 19 + t w 1904 w Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble prrs uoon the mind dls o irages and lessen l uinuiiion beauty vigor < i 1Sa1 Iart1 t cticermmess soon iV 1 tfn disappear when the kid neys are out oi order or diseased diieaedKidney Kidney trouble has ¼ bccom so prevalent tya t it Is not uncommon l for a child to be born 49 afflicted with weak kid i tit = IICS If the child unn aces too often if the me scalds the flesh or if when the child inches an a je when it should be able toi i intro the p agc1t Is < yet afflicted with tdwetting dspsnd upon It the cause of e difficulty is kidney trouble and the first yp should be towards the treatment of esc important organs This unpleasant rouble is due to a diseased condition of the Udacys and bkiiidcrand not to a habit as nost people suppose Women as well as men are made mis uh Iridn1 I and bladder trouble remedythe The Mia ana...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 19 February 1904

r I r r 0 L lL > s 1 f t 1lIrJ i v YirI 1 J x r J ldt l ili il i ttit A N H A t idl IUl1 v j RR Url1 i I J I J IIrol Ii a o Sunday So ool a Lesson t SUNDAY FFBRUARY 29 i u I HEARERS AND DOERS OF OFI I 1 HE WORD I MATT 72129 Motto Text = Be ye doers oi the word and not hearers only James i 22 Not every one that saith unto me Lord Lord shall enter into I the kingdom of heaven Kiug dom of heaven here has reference to the Heaven after death and not to the kingdom set up by our Lord on earth The repetition of Lord shows that the persons expressed great earnestness But their conduct showed it was only lip service Men profess religion and do it honestly who are not really regenerated like the stony ground hearers No one shall en ter Heaven who has not taken the Lord as an atoning Saviour and also as Lord whose commands are to be obeyed But God cannot be mocked by lip service But he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven As that will is expressed in the commands given us in ...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 26 February 1904

T w w I Fw F b r I AMERICAN BI I 1 VOL XXVI NO IX LOUISVILLE KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 26 1904 ESTABLISHED 1879 A SONG OF DUTY Sorrrw comes and sorrow go s LUe is I flecked with shine a 1 rser erS e Now the tear of grlev ing flows A o Now we smile in happy hour A c Death awaits us everyone Toiler dreamer preacher writ r Let us then ere life be done I Make the world a little brighter I w Buidenr that our neighbors bear IBUldeD I let us try to make them Chains perhaps our neighbors wear Let as do our best to break them Prom the straitened brain and mind I Let us loose the binding fetter Let ns as the Lord designed Make tbe world a little fatter Selfish brooding sears the soul Makes tbe heart a rest of sorrows J Darkening the shining goal Of tbe sunIllumined morrows Wberefoie should our lives be spent Dally growing blind or blinder Let us as the MMtet meant Mike the world a little kinder Denis A McCarthy in Good CouL el i I 1I1lplue Sore Throat Theres no telling what a sore thnnt will do If y...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 26 February 1904

= I AMERICAN iatxMj3T FRIDAY FEBRUARY 26 1904 r V J 1 AMERICAN BAPTIST K3TABUBHBD 1879 I PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAI I OJPICB t CIO FIFTH ST LOUISVILLE Kv U YuJt In a Lag M 75 MOBTHl t > 40CH > IrOn COPY FRBB 0IIII aet M en aN wto will esd M f v luaus I a ifUf fte iMw thekbdf tom paptsbowatewhM krMate ttts a a recet aad u pt eaoncltkaseeb she wkW twO 01 t1eM er aS d 1a9 + atdfy us As erv cI1 ef R1 reap Post 0 w did Mr8 8a7 M w errw ow dekt M Itax7dQapssFRIDAY FRIDAY FEBKUARY 26 1903 In the very best feeling and in a spirit of entire fairness we c lied I attention two weeks ago to the i ict that the National BapTist Pub lishing Board was about to issue an Easter Service and express < i our fears that this would lessen I the effort for Foreign Missions s which is made annually for tha thework ° nor do we believe now that it t was the purpose of the Publishini g Board to intentionally place a sin gle obstacle in the way of Forei n Missions and we accept with en exPlanatiot n I made...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 26 February 1904

I l3mAN DAPlieT MD 2 FEbuRy 261904 Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble prays upon the mind dls ourges and lessens ambition beauty vigor 1i1and cheerfulness soon 1 disappear when the kid neys are out ot order or diseased diseasedKidney Kidney trouble has bccom so prevalent if j that it is not uncommon for a child to be born t afflicted with weak kid = ncs If the child urln ate too often if the rine scalds the flesh or if when the child aches an age when it should be able to jntrol the passage it Is < yet afflicted with idwetting depend upon it the cause of e difficulty is kidney trouble and the first sp should be towards the treatment of ese important organs This unpleasant rouble is due to a diseased condition of the Idneys and bladder and not to a habit as nost people suppose Women as well as men are made mls with kidney and bladder trouble remedyThe The mild and tno immediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It is sold oy druggists in fi...

Publication Title: American Baptist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Baptist. — 26 February 1904

0 0 ATVfPSBIOAK BAP riKIDAT FEBRUARY 26 14ne Sunday Shcool Lesson SUNDA MAKCIIY 6 THE LORD CALMS THE j STORM i Mark 43541 43541i MOTTO TEXTHe maketh the storm a calm so that the waves thereof are still Ps 10729 And on that dayOur Lord had been preaching to the multi S tudes gathered on the shot c of Lake Gennesaret He sat in a boat far enough from the shore to be se n and heard by all After speaking so long he was weary And when even was come he saith unto them let us go over unto the other sideIn this way he could escape from the multitudes that thronged him and have a night of f throngedrt rest And leaving the multitude they take him with them een as he was in the boatThat is he rowed of without going on shore As the Lord finished his speaking they started And other boats were with him 0 IThe boats on the lake had gathered round where they could hear him as he sat in his boat t and when they started across the sea they went also It would seem that there were quite a number oi thes...

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