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ST. JOHN’S A. M. E.
The Friendly Church
The service at St. Johns last Sun
day was very g»od. Rr-v. Bryant
preached both nr.ming and evening
His text «t the morning irvivce w^s
taken from Ish. 53 chapter, 11 verse.
From h** subject Satisfied, he left
many thoughts that »hould be long
remembered- Some of which are as
follows: When one is not satisfied
with his work or position, he is net
usually very successful- Christ is sat
fied with the church. He be’icves it
will come out alught in the end
Christ Is not satisfied, however, with
all things people do here on earth, j
but will be pi fused with those that
get cn the other side by giving their
service to him- The man or the wo
man that is out in the world should
give church thrir fight and service
that he m"y be satisfied with them.
His subje-et for the evening service
was Today. From this he pointed
•ut how important -some days of our
life grow to be- 1 he day he put
moat stress on wss the day when one
puts dewn sin and taker* up religious
ness- The sick of the chifcch. we flre
sorry to report. M’s. W. White,
MJ -s. Gterge White. Mrs- Rose Lucky
and brother Hill. Rev- Bryant will
go to Bethel A. M ■ E. next Sunday !
to help Rev. Williams in his quarter
ly meeting and on the third Sunday.
Rev Willows’ < hoir will come to St
Johns to help Rev. Bry’nt in his quar
terly meeting- The visitors last Sun
day wore Rev- Cole, Nebraska- City,
and Messrs- Sheet and Johnson of
Omaha Visitors are always welcome
at St- Johns. Read your Omaha
Guide £:r Church and Social news
29th and T. Streets
Sunday school opened at the regu
lar time., 9:30 with the usual num.
present- The lessen w«s discussed
with much Interest and comment.
Worship services began at 11:00
o’clock with our acting Pastor Rev.
F. J. Goodlett in charge. He read a
beautiful scripture lesson. His mes
sage was one of interest and inspira
tion to all. “The Stream of Life, Its
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currents and eddys”. Many beautiful
points were derived from this sermon.
B. Y- P- U. was opened at 6:30 p.
ny Many became enthused over the
ld>son about Mission. Its purpose
and helpfulness w-ere thoroughly dis
cussed. The evening period of de
votion was a congregational service
with c-ur acting pastor speaking on the
“Issues of Today”- Visitors and
friends are always welcome to worship
with us at the Bethel Baptist Church.
Rev. F- S. Goodlett, Pastor
Mrs- J. C. Collins. Reporter
The first quarterly meeting of the
Nebraska Conference of Woman’s
Mfte Missionary of Omaha District
No. 6, met at Mt- Zion Church in
Nebraska City, November 23, 1934,
Rev. D. M. Cole, Pastor- The meet
ing was very inspiring and well at
tended- We wish to thank all our
; good co-workers who tried to Co to
help caflry on the work of the master.
Someday we hope every Missionary
Sister will be able to attend. Then
wo will feel that our prayers have
been answered. We are trying to in
spire and infill In the hearts of
every n,other and child the need ®f
great missionary workers- The pas
tor's present w'ere. Rev. L. P. Bryant.
St. John. Omaha. Rev. W. S- Mefccalf,
Allen Chapel, S. Omaha, Rev. C. A
Long, Quinn Chapel. Lincoln. Re
ceipts of first quarterly—$58.#0.
Mrs. S. Bryant.
1st Vice President of Nebr. Corp
Mrs. Anna M- Kinney, Secretary
22nd “nd Seward Street
Sunday school opened at the usual
time with Rev. J. T. Reagan pre
siding . A wonderful review was
riven by Mrs. D- Turner, who stated
h-,t people should find their talents
and perform them, rather than get
angry at others who perform theirs.
At 11:00 O'Clock our pastor Rev E.
H. Hilson brought to us a powerful
gospel message. His subject was
“He Died”, 1 Cor. 15:45.
The B Y. P. U. opened »t 7:30
with a very good attendance. Group
number seven, Mrs- A. B- Matthew,
captain, gave a wondeful missionary
program. Mrs- Matthew is cur new
group committee. The chairman of
the 'program committee, Mrs. Bertha
Mae Patterson, has arranged a very
interesting program for next Sunday
You will miss a treat if you fail to
aftend. At eight O’Clock the pastor
brought another gospel message. A
Christmas program will be gven by
the Sunday School and B. Y. P. U
All visitors welcome
Rev. E. H. Hilson, Pastor
Minnie Harris, Reporter
26th and Burdette Streets
Sunday was a great day with us at
the Temple. The Sunday School was
better, if possible, than Usual, but it
is always good- It seems to grow
bdtter and better. At 11 o'clock the
pastor brought us a message from the
text, “Woe unto me if I preach not
the gospel”, 1st Cor.. 9-16. We need
not say we had a good time, for we
did. In the afternoon at 3 we were
the guests &t Clair Chapel, where Rev.
Conwell is pastor- Hero Chrst Tem
ple furnished the Choir music for
them, and Rev- W. S. Metcalf brought
the sacrament sermon. Again we had
a good time, and in the evening one
of our new licentiates brought us the
message, and indeed it was a mes
sage ths^t brought surprise to the
ipost sanguine .mind. This young
man will make a power in God's hands
if he keeps the all on the altar. The
Church, in a general way, is moving
on in good shape. Visitors »re al-,
ways welcome at our services.
The Rev. John S- Williams, pastor
of the Hillside ehurrh has started a
sends of sermons on the twelve sons
of Jacob. Next Sunday the subject
will be “Dan. the Deceitful Son”. The
public is cordially invited to hear these
sermons. On Sunday, November 11,
the choir, assisted by members of the
Bethel Baptist Church, gave a sacred
concert at the First Presbyterian
church. TekamaK, Nebraska, end on
November 18 another concert at the
Westminister Presbyterian church 35
and Woolworth- On Sunday Decem
ber 2, this chorus will sing at the
Grace Presbyterian church in Council
Bluffs. On Smnday, December 1, the
members of the Parish will celebrate
the 14th Anniversary of the Church,
together with the dedication of new
carpets and rugs which the women of
the church led by Mrs. Helen White
are preparing to offer. The entire
| pulpit and choir stand will be covered,
the entire floors painted and varnished
and a new runner thirty inches wide
will be laid down the main isle. In
the afternoon the choir from the First
Presbyterian Church of Tekamah, Ne
braska, together with the Presbyter
ians of Omaha, are expected to be our
guests. 0* December 30th: there
will be presented the beautiful Christ
mas Cantata “Glory to God” by Key-;
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St. BENEDICTS PARISH
The Sisters are in need of old cloth
ing for te poorly.clad children that
are in attendance at onr school- Anv
contribution along this line will b*
greatfully received- Call Webster
5223. and we will be glad to call for
anv thing that you care to send|
The executive Committee of the P
T- A., distributed candy to aJl the
children of St- Benedict's school, last
Wednesday afternoon, as a Thanks
Altar Somety is planning a large
Christmas Bazarre for the near fu. j
ture the (fate will he announced next J
we“k . A beautiful ouilt will be
raffled off at that time. Manv dainty j
Christmas gifts may be purchased at j
a low price, and valuable nrizes will
bo given away for the lucky “Tango”
game- Watch for the date.
A sewing class will be started soon
under the direction of Miss Lena Paul
an accomplished teacher of sewing
and needle-art. sponsored by the
board of education. All who are ip.
terested, will please give their names
to any member of the Altar Society.
CT,AIR CHATTEL M. E.
Church and Sunday School ware
•■veil attended. The Sunday School
Finance Banner was taken by the
Adult Class. Rev. Conwell preached
from the text “My Soul Followeth
Hard After Thee. O Lord”. There
were quite a few visitor* present
whom we heartily welcome.
Sunday afternoon the Young Peo
ple’s Choir had the finishing up of
their "Wa-ste Raly” which was finite
cMircesafu] in RT>ito of the rain. Rev
Preston nreached from the text: "Big
Le«ons froih Little Followers”.
Sunday night services were also
well attended in spite of the rain and
STATEMENT of publication
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v he Act of Congress of M&reh 8.
1933. of The Omaha Guide Publishing
Co Inc., published weeklv at Omaha.
Nehraska. for October 1934.
State of Nebraska
County of Douglas,
Before me. a Notary Public ln «nd
or the State and countv aforesaid.
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who. having been dulv sworn accord.
7 t0 ,aw- denoses and says that ho
1« the Editor of the Omaha Guide, and
that the following is, to the best of
his knowledge and brief, a true state
ment of the ownership, management,
etc., of the aforesaid publication for
the date shown in the above caption,
renujred by the Act of August 24.
1912, embodied in section 411. Postal
Laws and Regulations, printed on the
revejrSo 0f this form, to wit.
1- That the names and addresses of
the publisher, editor, managing editor,
and business managers are;
Publisher, Omaha Guide Publishing
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Editor. Boyd V. Galloway. 2418-20
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way, 2418.20 Grant St.
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Omaba Guide Publishing Co., Inc.,
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(Br REV. P. B FITZWATJBR. D. D..
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Institute mf Cbicay*.)
G, Wectcra Ncwspcocr Uulos.
Lessen fer December 9
THE CHRISTIAN AS TEACHER
LESSON TEXT—Matthew 7:24-29;)
GOLDEN TEXT—Study to show thy
self approved unto God. a workman
that needeth not to be ashamed, right
ly dividing the word of truth.—II
PRIMARY TOPIC—Jesus Our Teach-'
JUNIOR TOPIC—Jesus the Great j
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP
IC—Learning From the Master Teacher.
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP
IC—The Teaching Church.
It seems that the lesson committeei
dec!tted upon a title anti then sought
texts to lit it. It is very difficult. If
not impossible, to make the texts fit j
the title. Regardless of the strained
effort required to make this adjust
ment, two vitally practical Scripture
passages are before us from which j
to set forth vital truths. The follow
ing practical lesson plan is suggested
I. Jesus the Master Teacher (Matt.
1. His method of teaching (vv. 24-'
27). In his application of the so-called
Sermon on the Mount Jesus used a
most striking; simile, namely, the tw<*
a. The house built on a rock (tt.
24-25). This house endured the
storms and flood became of Its secure
and abiding foundation. The > wise
builder will see to it that a safe foun
dation is provided before he proceeds
to erect his house.
b. The house built on the sand (tt.
26-27). This house collapsed with the
Impact of the storms and flood because
its foundation was Inaecnro. The fool
jish builder is the man who proceeds to.
(build his house without consideration
of the importance of the foundation.
By house In this figure is doubtless
meant human life and character. And
by rock la meant the teachings of
' Christ. Every man is building a house.
The fact of building is trus of every
human being. The supreme difference
is not In the men who build or the ma
terial used in the building, but In the
foundation upon which they build. The
foundation determines everything so
far as man's destiny is concerned. A
time of tooting will surely come t» ev
ery life. The matter ef Importance is
as to whether we are building upon
the foundation which will withstand the
coming storms and flood. The one who
i builds upon the words ofrJesua Christ
! is eternally secure.
, 2. The Impression made (tt. 28-29).
The people were astonished. The con
tent of Christ’s teaching as well as hla
manner of teaching was In contrast
with that of the scribes. The teach
j lng of the scribes consisted In the rep
etition of the words of others, while
Christ’s teaching was In his own words.
The Christian teacher should give forth
a positive and certain message because
he sets forth the inerrant and eternal
words of Christ the living God.
II. Apollos the Teacher Who Needed
to Be Taught (Arts 18:24-28).
Apollos Is a striking example of
many Christian leaders today. Many
are gifted, energetic, and highly
trained, and yet are Ignorant of the
real Christian message and Pcntecosta'
1. Who he was (v. 24). He was an
Alexandrian Jew, highly cultured,
carefully instructed in tfie Old Testa
ment Scriptures, energetic and elo
quent. He was a believer in Jesus
Christ, even familiar with his life an j
2. What he lacked (v. 25). He was
only a diseiple of John the Baptist.
He was therefore Ignorant of the
meaning ef Christ’s death, resurrec
tion, ascension, and the gift of the
Spirit as outpoured at Pentecost.
There are striking parallels to this to
day In the Christian church. We have
many good men eloquent asd highly
cultured who know only "the baptism
of John.” They insist upon the in
tegrity of men in public life, gocial
Justice, and even call upon men to re
pent of their sins, but they seem to
k-now nothing of the meaning ef the
death of Christ, the necessity of the
new birth by the Spirit, and the Pen
tecostal gift. They are pleading for
social justice and a higher standard
of ethics, seemingly not knowing that
these are by-products of the gospel and
are meaningless and impossible with
out the proclamation of the gospel of
Christ which centers in the person
and work of the divine Saviour.
3. Who instructed Apollos (v. 2G).
Priscilla and Aquila, humble Christian
tent-makers, were lastrumental in
showing the great preacher his ignor
ance and leading him Into the truth.
4. Result of his ministry (vv. 27-28).
He was provided with credentials and
had a fruitful ministry. He mightily
.convinced the Jews showing that Jesus
was the lies'-’ h.
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In the Oounty Court of Douglas
In the Mattec of the Estate of
Samuel Houston, Deceased.
All persons Interested in said mat
ter are hereby notified that on th®
27th ray of November. 1934, Joseph
D. Lewis filed a petition in said Coun
ty Court, praying that his final ad.
ministration account filed herein be
settled and allowed, and that he b*>
discharged from his trust as adminis
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ville. Ky.. arrived in the city Thanks
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wife, who is ®n accomplished musician
and three lovely children, Lois, Tem
ple, and S. J. McIntyre Jr. All of
the children a&e now In Long school.
Rev. McIntyre has a very sweet little
family that I am sure will adfl to the
spiritual interest of the church. We
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