The American. (Omaha, Nebraska) 1891-1899, October 07, 1898, Page 4, Image 4

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Tbe President of the United
will arrive In Omaha Tuetdey evening,
October llth, kt 8 o'clock. 1U will b
drlrtn at orv to tha city hall from
whera ha will rrtlnw tha mon.tnr
rade arranjrml In honor of bl vlU.
Tha pooplfl of Omaha and our llt'
ort will lar aslda all nartt nroludli-na
and via with whether In doing honor
to the cbU-f executive of the nation.
The President will remain In the city
until thelStb.
What hai bocoma of Himwater.
I'raaldent McKlnley, allow u to In
Iroduoe ouf a-stlnf mtyor, Convict
President McKlnlny I right In ay-
Injr that the war I not ended until
peace ha been t flldally declared. We
upixme thU Is tha real reason why
Colonel Ilryan'a regiment ha not been
dlibanded. Tbe President evidently
purpose to take no risk.
At the riwotlon Uindored to Mr. I
Craoiln New Vork the other day, Oen.
eral Joe Wbelr Mlnltouatt remarked.
"The of American arm.eome.
olely from the aoldlcre' ramory of the
women they have left behind." What
. rand old aoldler General Whee,
mu.t bet Ha I. both bra.a.nd .alla.L
Ila at once eiemollfl. a .olandld iM
of aoutbera chivalry and an mW
' I
trpa of American patriotism,
lira tha fallanto'd soldier!
It haa ben hoodlerlum rather than
Drysnl.m that be made the republican
party a minority party In Nebraska.
anoinaon.y nop, o the party lies In
A tt.t- .,.. - .. 1 ii I
DomfttUrbow aniou lby irmr he to
ia-s inmi inua uijiiaMiraVfJ III rMMMJIftPal. I
$uib thidUe Ui tho front -Urnih I
help to nominate and elct for tha office
of mayor of Omaha tba king b neon-
trlcter b-KHl'er of Nebraska!' In ao-
oeptlnglhe nomination f r mayor the
Hae' protege announced that the ao- la
tlon of the convention w tha beginning
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of a campelgo to redaem Nebraska " but you till love blm, and would do al
ii la pretty lata for JUxewater toturo most anything to ava him. Hut If be
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American Bible Study.
Wtunr.n i,
Tbamcond wja I past, and, behold '
the third woe cometb quickly.-Itev.
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A close analysis of that sentence
show conclusively that there I to be a I
short period oetweeo tha end of tba
second woe and tba comtnenoement of
tbe third. This opinion la baaed on tha
word, "la patM and 'cometh quickly."
A thing that la past la not present, and
a tolng that cometb Isyctlo tbe future
although approaching. This I further
borne out by tbe seventh vers of tba
tenth chapter, which read a follow:
"It it In tba day of tba uventb angel,
when he shall brgla to sound, the myt
tery of God shall be finished, as ha bath
dVclared to his servant and propbot."
How ha God spoken to hi servant
and prophets? Goto the 2th chapter
of Isaiah:
14. Therefore, tbua ealth tbe Lord
God, behold, I lay ia Zfon for a founda
tion a atone, a tried atone, a precious
corner stone, a sure foundation: He
that belleveth shall not make bait.
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V t ft' (. ., 0 ttWtt !. I t
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I ,l joiif- r -e t 1 1 H ah
t.!t fc evt "
n t-dl it S !! ! wM a
t ttvt,if mou'f thl !
Il,r..rh, ih I m tfcall r tiUa
tea a hy It.
1" rrm-r Hnii trkr til I tY l
h-tlh pfH was Jm I'htlst- It wet
lr.i, ll A UImI, yit the hutUt
eriitflitd't Irmiiln, tli Jrw, rej srled
Hint TrtuM era wrafe ho knew
ami a r t d II im the K i nf hmn
God had two promising, for h ndr-rd
of )tr, totetottr them, hid Ihcy wera
mutlly from the poorer cletsee. The
tniMirnm'. The aep'n or weir grin,
wht a IN wm cruolllcil, wilt never
be krown. Nadmibtmaey of thera lout
hetrt nd Ml away from bit Uachlngs;
bultiril knew, from the beglnnlag, what
should h the result of Chrltt' visit to
earth. Tblt I ihowa by the wri n
u nlh " r"' '" ''
,h rlBhlaoumtii to the
PIM",BWI- u n pnwiy
of r'n.loln; rlRbUouooM U tha re-
w ork Ibrough
Hut It li not tbla phate of tha aubject
that we donlro partlmilarl, at thli time,
looonvldor. Whao will tha royitery of
Coi nnUhed' Md whit " tU
tery, are the quettlona wa would coo
aider. Tha twenty-flmt and twenty
second veraoa of the twenly olgbt chap
ter of Italah read:
21, For tha Lord ahail raise up at
In Mount Ferazlm, Tie ahall be wroth
at In tho Valioy of Clbcon; that lie may
do III work, III atranue work, and
hrlnir 1 nana hit aat. hit itranira act.
22, Now, therefore, ho ya not toorn
rra, lt your band be made at -ocr, for
I have hoar I from the Lord God of
hola eontutnptlon, even dolormtned
uHm tho whole earth. (Tba revlaod
verclon une ooniunimatlon for oomuiDp
Hon, and the marginal note u 'a land
for enrth )
ou U JU " w vum ,lr"D" wur"'
a.. r.A I I . . i . . . .. t.
,tr,n-Mt when U mroih wheo
it i . I .a,
,,a w ma wn" 11 ' " w,lD l"
l a j . a. j l ii a
01 1M wam '"a ' lmo"0
" n,, "ra ",,nf G W0U',,
D,ucreM' n,""a 'n Dec'UM D"0,a
knthlnf that wa. wronf, de.troy blm
froro lh "f tb' "rlhi thBl Uod
wouId ""l b,v' B,,da tbU "rth- would
a . i a . i a m i I
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I not have commanded him to multiply
If Me knew 'rom the boglnlnf bow many
m lllton) were to suffer In case tha world
M "'Ji " a
that Ha la merciful, Just, foriflv
Ie. And ao ha Is. Hut let us look at
lhUcM,k, Mlionil humtB being.
I flaikii U m asnta htwa aa Vuiar is jwlwl aa Vi k
ivmw'i jwh ueu M'
dM!i not cl M 'ou would 'B,, tliemto
boji robh! bo fcUyi out Uto fti
I nlril yltirilaai a'la aia1nWal I la. as
profane langu;o, Vou get angry per-
har, but you do nut cease to love him
because hedoee these thing I Vou tell
him they are wrong and ak h Ira to
turn from them, and ha may do io for
time; then ha may return totbero,
may be even wore than be was at first,
I..- si wiw- y um h)'"' miiv avaa
yru could to reclaim him, are you re-
ft a could
i because ha would not be saved?
rbo will say G d would be unjust
-after warning tho people, after setid-
It.. Ill.ft,,n ln-rth tri .nff. n,1 din to
re9 thm from their aln-lf, afHr lie
determined to give tbem power to over-
come evil, and they refused Ilia offer,
Ha became wroth, aa In tha valler of
Glbeon, and performed Ilia strange
work, HI trange act? Suppose you
were In a boat, drifting out Into tba
ooean, which wa being (wept with a
storm, and you bad neither sail, nor rud
der, nor oars, and tome one standing on
shore threw you a Ufa Una and told
you to make It fast and that he would
draw you In to a place of safety, and you
said, "00 you won't; I won't treat you;
God wouldn't make me and then make
a itorra that wou!d destroy me; be I too
loving, too kind, too merciful;" and
you refused the offer and drifted
out to where tbe storm wa raging In all
It fury, and It struck your frail boat,
upset Hand you were drowaed. Would
tbe man who threw you the HfA-'loe be
responsible for your destruction? Cer
tainly not. And Old I like that man.
He la standing oa tha shore above; He
ha thrown you the life-line andaek
you to make It fast, but you reply,
' ft " lltikl'Wi fr;. .! I
' n t ( tlH )!: , t
te'ti ) ( t.i IV- elf
t ll aot Wi'v I ft lvr j t . li il
an i tuts i r jo ir ir tin i a (.ih t.i .
ej am e ) m th la I tit lis i p lrf
tat iltroy rtr A UI, Hw, anil, wad
Ihe wo't 1, lha hiiU wh drt k t c
III rtiminsadmenU an4 wl.ii rVI
t.i.1.1 Hi wl 1. Vim will Hn,1 ta lit
twaty-fiHirth ehanier of Mtl'hrw, ih
htrtnlh rh.trr of Mark enl the
twenty test ehapterof L ike thH' llt
forrb l'a lit aeo mil cinlntf, anl th
end of the world, lie gaveeertaia s'gnt
hy which they thmil.l know that 111
second coming wat retr at hand. Ha
Id: "Thaiua shall be ds-kincl, the
moon shall not give har light, ail the
start thai! fall from heaven." All these
thlngt have ooma top um. The tun was
darkened May 19, 17X), tha moon did
not give her light the eight of that day
or aa (l..d reckons, the night of the
noil day,) and tba star foil from heaven
Nov. I.I, 1813. Then Chrltt, (pricing
to those who would see the latlgn,
ay: "This generation (hall not pa
till all thete thing be fulfilled " All
what thing? "The algn of thy coming
and tha end of the wjrld." What I to
be tbe manner of hit oomlng? He I to
come "In the cloud of heawn with
power and great glory," And what la
tohabpen? "Heaven and earth (bail
pat away, but my word thall not pais
away." Hut what does He say just be
fore that? "L-arn a parable of the fig
treo: When hi branch 1 yet tender,
and putteih forth leave, ye know that
tdinmcr Is nigh; so llkiwlse, jo, when
ye shall see all thoie thlngt, know that
It I near, even at the door." Tbe
Apostle did not see, with their physi
cal eye, the sun darkened, they did not
tco the moon when It refused to give
light, neither dl 1 thny tee tbe ttar fall;
therefore, Chrltt (poke, not alone to
them, but to ua also, of thelatt dayt,
when he laid "je". Abraham Inher
ited tho earth by faith; hli teed shall
Inherit It In fact; likewise the A pontics
by f tilth, awtboie(lgn(of Cbrlit't too
ond coming and there will be tboo
living, who saw tbe last tigr, who will
ae, In fact, Chrltt' seoond coming.
This statement wilt be scoffed at, but
you will oe that Jetu blmielf foretold
that very thing. He tald: "At the
daya of Noah were, ao (hall the coming
of the Bon of Man be; for, a In the day
before the flood, they were eating and
drinking, marrying and giving In mar
and KNEW NOTuntll tbe flood came,
and took them all away; HO B II ALL
OF MAN HE Thin (hall two bo In
tba Half; the one thall bo taken, and
the otbor thall be left; two thall bo
grinding at the mill; tho on? hall be
taken and the other left " And In Sec
ond I'etsr, third chapter, third and
fourth vertea It I it ted: "Know tbla
first, that thero shall coma In the last
day acoffar, walking after their own
luttt, and taylng 'Where I tho
promt of 111 oomlng? for ilnce tbe
father fell asleep, all thing continue
a they were from the beginning of
creation.' " Tbl wa written thirty-
three year after tba crucifixion of
Chrltt, to applied In no way to any
other event than tbe actual, visible
second coming of Christ, And i'aul,
1, Tbessalonlans, chaptar V:10, yi:
"For tha Lord himself shall descend
from heaven with a ihout, with the
voice of tbe archangel, and with tbe
trump of God: and tbe dead In Christ
hall rise first; (17.) Then we wblob
are alive and remain shall be caught
THE CLOUDS, to meet the Lord IN
THE AIR: and so (ball we ever be with
tbe Lord." That waa written twenty
yeara after the d ntth tf the Savior; af
ter he led captivity captive; but we
have yet to bear tbe Drat man (ay that
Peter'a prophecy haa boon fulfilled.
In tbe twelfth chapter of Hebrews,
verse Z'j, 20 and 27, It Is recorded :
"See that ye refute not Him that tpeak-
elh: for If tbey escaped not who refuted
Him that tpake on earth, much more
hail not we ctcape, who turn away
from Him that warmeth from
heaven; whoso voice then (book
tbe earth, but now He hath promised,
laying: 'Vet once more will I make to
tremble, not the earth only, but alto
! wltv Bir tttftt, ) ' '
J...n a--I ( l n, j It
; t a t-i aft I tM ' f.; -
J Ha r,i .-.-,1 4 t'S'M't Itrttla'Ua,
tt iptr i, ,.. It n, tl -,
"AM I fc l.t .l ahea tal ri-i .t the
t'tvh t-tl, a1, 1, tn-r,i aat a gr at
aril i) iii; r,m (.,,, I. mrrm k
y as aritiq-iaka I LltVm, N, I,
IIViJ ai l Hie sua Wan. a H'a k at ark
e'oth if hitr, al th Rokm hteawe a
Muni; j fne tut and m ma were In list
con J I I. in Mar !. I T t J aid th a-s
t brava fell uatn the ealh, erra a a
flg tr rat th her unUmfly figt, ahre
she Is thakea if a tulgbty alad. Tl
a'art fill In that manner N iv. 1.1, im
An4 the heaven departed as a crill
mtva It I rolled together; and evri-y
mo.irt in and Island were m ived out of
th-lr place " The heaven hat not d-paru-d
a a acroll, but when It c,oei,
"the great day of HI wrath IS coma,
but then It will be too late to ok
Christ. When the heaven depart ycu
will have to moot your Uod. Aim you
ready? We bate obeyed the command
of the Prophet Joel, and bare sounded
an alarm; the cay of the L ird I near
at band. If you are unprepared, re
member, ' Chrltt came Into the world
to save dnners," and "hi Is able to save
to the uttermoat." Will you let Him
save you?
One of a Series of Articles
on the Subject by Rev.
A, I). Fairbanks.
Uufore, or In connection with reading
thli article, that tho Btbh Student
msy preierve clearly ai d critically the
oreoodlng line of argument, he should
read Luke xvll:20.)7. If from the 21t
verne to the end of the chapter there It
anything that I foreign to a direct an
wer to tbe question propounded by the
Pharisee, It certainly cannot bo tut
ploloned by any itrlklng break or di
vergency. Nor, aa It appean to mo, by
anything that li even dimly apparent,
I there the lean chance to ground a
claim that any thing but an antwer to
tbe quettlon In tbe 20 th verie I thought
of. Chrltt In turning to hi disciples
to add rest them employ language that
can convey no othor Idea tban that he
la punulng the answer to tbe question
of the Pharisees. To lose tight of thl
or to fall to discover it, li a mlsa io vi
tally Important that It I more than
probable that he who doe loto, or fill,
will find himself befogged in hla effort
of eoropurld in, scripture whh torlpture.
Of no let consequence 1 the fact that
that which the PharUee call the
kingdom of G jd 1 hero made to mean
"one of the day of the H jh of Man," or
"HIday,"ori('day In which "lie I
revealed." H-e vere, 22, 21, 2 ond
.10, H jch a ttate a I represented In
verie 20, 27, 28 and 29 I by our Ad
ventlit brethren unanlmoutly urge! as
that which thall Immediately procodo
Christ' moond oomlng. So that tbl
answer mutt necessarily be a reference
to tbe second appearing of our Lord.
Here, at tbl point, It will be well to
notice that "thl day of tho Sun of
Man" furnlshet an occasion for a charge
to hla dUclple exactly Identical with
the one given to them In Matthew and
Mark, to bo heeded on the occasion of
Jerusalem being aurrounded with
I'lea, at thl dago, take plenty of
time to oomlder whether tucb a charge
would bear any Important relation to
tbe event of Chrltt' coming to ralso
th righteou dead and to "change In
the twinkling of an eye" the then liv
ing righteou. To my mind, the olalm
that tho event of Christ' econd com
ing, according to common conception
of It, fuenlshea aa occnslon for the
charge, "not to como down from the
hotite top," to enter the houte for the
purpose of lecurlng any of it furnish
ing, or to eater the field for a coat In
case It bad been left there, I utterly
void of reflective consideration. It 1 a
olalm that evlnoe evidence of the ab
sence of a sound mind.
Such a coupling turns the whole
thing Into a glaring absurdity. Then,
next and last, and not least In value, 1
Christ 'i answer to tbe question 'Where
Lord." See Terse 37, which answer.
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unlfti )ou otlr tt for a lojr Vou ,OMj( ,,u
Una ,tnr If ou t.tnl t fc.fti rostf.l on CAri;n,
the Infot motion . pnUincl trt It t otumrt vs. tt b ttoith
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elgfal la whtt-h there ' ail ha 10 tit a
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other Iff Ivo wnmo fritidlrg Io-rctb-r.
on. io he taken aid' h eihr
le'lS two m a In the fH.1, Ai O rUt,
In tbe way of thowlng hen and where
tajt; "Wheresoever the body I
th t er will the eaglea be gathered to-
pr-'ho-,,' Head now from veme 15 la
Matthew xxlv, to 29 Inclusive, and It
roust he notlo-d that tbe expression,
"Immrdlate'y after these daya," relates
to all described In vertct between the
loth and the 2tth. The 2Sib verse
stands there as an Irrevocable, unim
peachable testimony 1o the effect a
above shown. Aa the 2tih of Matthew,
tho 13h of Mark and the 21st of Luke
are reproduction of the same thing, I
think we cannot do lost than to produoe
their language on the lame points com
parallvely. Luke xx':20 21 22, ny
"And when ya shall are Jerusalem
compared with armies know that tbe
desolation then of Is nigh. Then let
them which are In Judea (loo to the
mountains, and let them which are in
tho inldtt of it depart cut, and let not
them that are in the countries enter
thereinto, for these be the dnyt of von-
geanoe that all things whluh are
written may be fulfilled." Luke can
not mean by this language that the
event named willmaik the end of all
ti nt was written, the full realisation of
all the prophecies, but he did mean
that It marked the finish of all that
was first, that which wat ceremonial,
merely typical, tho preparatory to the
final or last. It marked tho end of the
old covenat t and the time of the new.
It was tbe end and the beginning. Tbe
ond of tbe old dispensation and the be
ginning of tbe new. The finish of
David's temporal or earthly rolgn, and
the beginning of bit spiritual relgo In
bit (uccessor, Christ. Of this feature
of the subj ot, In a future lettor, I shall
treat extensively. The word, "For
these he tbe day of vengeance that all
thing which are written may be fu
filled," It appropriately and most help
fully enlarged upon In MalachI 111:1-6.
Head it carefully and with a free uo of
the reforencca. The entire chanter
might, In thl connection, bo read with
profit. Tbe8lttchaptorof Italah Is a
forecast of that day, I have not space
to reproJuce cither of theso chapter.
The Interested student oan cattily turn
to them. If he find It difficult to dl-
cover the relovancy of this choptor to
tho day tpoken of In Luke xxl:22 he
ihould read Malauhl lv, particularly
noticing, first, that the flnt word In
the chapter conjoin that which pre
cede In tbe .'Ird chapter to that which
follow the connective word In the fol
lowing chapter. "For," becauee of,
since, by reason of that which goes bo
fore, a described In chapter 111, "bo
hold the dy comoth that thall burn a
n ovun and all the proud and all that
do wickedly (ball be stubble, and the
dythat cometh shall burn them up,
talth the Lord of Host, that it shall
leave them neither root nor branch."
If this language I not ttrong enough,
expressive, or the judgment day, then
any other moaning of It In the 11 1 bio
might be received with misgiving.
"It I the Uay that comoth," that burn
etii; not a fire, purely and alone. Tbe
solution It found In Nahuro 1:5-0: "Tho
mountalni quake at him and the hill
milt and tbe earth 1 burnod at hi
preeence, yea, the world and all that
dwell therein, Who can itand before
hi Indignation? and who can abide in
the presence of his anger? His fury is
poured out like fire and the rocks are
brown down by Him."
That the ending of tberold Jewish
dispensation I tbe day referrod to In
MalachI lv:3 1 undisputably clear in
the light of the following comparison
The fifth vero readt: "Buhold I will
send you Elijah too prophet before the
coming of that great and dreadful
day of the Lord." On the occasion of
. hi it Mtming tJowa irons the moual
of tranflf uratme, tbe cMciplr having
io in Ird hi wor't concerning hit re
turn, which wer: "AaJ the Sob of
Ma shall cane la the glory of Hie
Father with hit anfeU; and thee ha
thall rtwtrd every man accord leg to
hla works. Verily t aay unto you, therw
be so no standing hrrj which shall not
lat e of death till they see the Son of
Man coming la hi kingdom " They
asked him: "Why thea aay the Scribe
that Ella mutt firtt come?" To which
Jetut give antwer thui: "Ellat truly
thall flnt come and restore all thlngt;
but I say unto you that Ella 1 come
already, and they kney him not " See
Matthew xvl:27-24 and xvll:10 11 1213
Aa to who thli E la (Elijth) 1 the fol
lowing la conclusive: "For all the
prophets and the law prophesied until
John. And If ye will receive It this Is
Ellas, which wa to come." No v re-
mind yourself again that this Ellas v
waa to ':como before that great and ter
rible day, named In Malaohl lv 1, ref
erence Mai lv:S. Five verses in Luke,
xxl:22 t0o20, are obviously descriptive
of the day, or days, of vengeance. D m't
fall to read them. The 27th verte con- ,v
found tho time of Chrlst'a advent with
It, the day of vengeance. Il It, "And
then thall they the men whose hearta
fall them for fosr aie the Sjo of Man
coming In a cloud, with power and
great glory." The next verso, referring
to the things detcrlbed la verses 23 to
10, reads: "And when these things HE-
uin to como to pass then look up, and
lift up your heads, for your redemption
draweth nigh." "These things," al
ready considered, which are unques
tionably thtnirs Immediately connected
with the day of vengeance, 1. e., the -J
destruction of Jerusalem la again re- ,
ferred to in verse. 31 and 32. So like
wise YE when ye see it ebb things
come to pass know ye that tbe kingdom
of Gjd Is now at hand. Verily I say
unto you, thli generation (ball not
pans awiy till all be fulfilled. All of
wbat? All the thlnga from the be
ginning to t he end. In the 81th verse
Christ plainly tells hli dUclplee that
that day shall come upon thorn, In the
words, "upon YOU unaware!."
Tho expression, ' know ye that the a.
kingdom of God 1 at band." See verse '
31. It evidently moan "tbe day of the
Son of Man," and must bo confounded
with Mttlhew 111:2; Mutt. v:l 10; Matt.
vlilOll 12.
A. D, Faikuanki.
(To be Contluuod.) w
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