Centre Democrat. (Bellefonte, Pa.) 1848-1989, May 15, 1884, Image 6

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    TIIK SUNDAY SCHOOL.
Prom th* New York Observer.
INTERNATIONAL LESSONS'
lit HIV. Illtlt U.USOIT, 11. t>.
May IS.— The Uproar at Epbeau*.—
Act* I'J: 23 —20:2.
OoLOkn Text. —Why do tho heathen
r*ge, sud the people imagine ynin
thing. —Pa. 2:1.
It was now "about the time" of
those scenes in Ephesus in connection
with which "tho word mightily grew
and prevailed." It was moat likely
the month of May, when great numbers
of people would bo in the city for the
celebration of tho famous Ephe*in
guinea. Some months may have elapsed
since those who used curious arts burn
e I their books. In this part of the nor.
rat ire we can notice only a few of the
many points suggested.
1. A not uncommon rjfeeinf growing Vhrist.
i.in work. — Though :t was probably a
t me of great festivity in connection
wth the games in honor of Puion.
"There arose no shall stirabout that • ay."
The Way. it will be remembered, was a
phrsse which had come to be used to
de ign ite tho religion of the f.ord Jesus, '
10 tho way of salvation, way of I
life, the way to It aver; suggested, per
h.'ps, by our Saviour's nllitision to "the
straight and narrow way," and to
himself as" the way."
A religious revival and aggressive
church arc* sure to make a stir. The
careless are Mitred to thought ; the des
pondent to hope; lifeless disciples to
newness of life, and settled unbelievers
to wander, and . ften-times to derision 1
and o| pos;ti.in. It our relig-.u- work
makes no "stir," may it not be because
it lacks the zeal of earnest convicton
and consecration.
2. The kin'l of i' "titute /or true rr'i/ion
which originate in humane hearts. — The
stir spoken of wasamong those who had
t do with the worship of Diana. The
i> ana of the Ephesian* was not identi
cal with the Greek goddess of the same
name represented a fair form bearing
a bow and weaim • the garb of huntress.
I was a rude many br- s-ted female fig
nre carved in wood, and black with age, 1
more like a Hindoo than a Greek idol. !
lhit sightly or unsightly, the religion !
it represented was the worship ot a
senseless block, instead of the living
and true God. The claim, often put '
forth by defend- rs of idolatry, that the
i 10l "as not regarded a' the real god, ;
fiit rather*- symbol on ideal r pre
senta'.ion, i- an .iftei thought, and i
here d-nied. Demetrius assumed the
opposite. llis charge ngsin.- 11fie • 'hr. '
ian t .ehers was that they -oil that
"they he no go I wh i are m ide with
bands"
Tie hummlv d vised r-d' - on of the
great body of t!ie people, wh-thT
Greek or A-iitie -ill -' i'uted an image
mads with ban Is fir th" true God.
Nor was this all the prinup!** i 0, ,(
ate i with it alw ais t.-nel in 11.- direc
turn in lic.atod in the F; .tie to the
Romans (1:2'.-2"< . An' ili-m wi- a
chief element of the v. rship of the
Ephesian Diana. And this is a mark
which all fsl-e re'igions come a: length
to bear : the worship rendered is to the
"Creature more th%n the Cieatnr."
3. ll'Ait it it u ~h ?'<j h mien the
work of Chri.it. '< in in ! fiat hearts m I
in the world. — The ' ui-ne-.of I>em rius
was to make small models of the Trm
pie of Diana with 'he imag< >f th god
le . As these w re set up in houses !
an l worn upon the person - objects
of worship or *< charms, there was a
gicat sde for tin- i. IMgrims and
trngcr, who g ithei d it Ephesu* at
tins M-.i- .n of the y ir, tn-i-I tr.ifli •in
tins.; silver shii'.'s b th lively *n I
|u.i.itive. T1 • "erafism.-n" -killed)
and the "workns; " unskilled l.i 1 ■r- r
abke fiuind tbeir uisne - vry profit a
file. Ibstui'iie the wmk of the
< hri tinfi t- lehet beg uning to Ull
derming. lleiir-. the opp* n.
D -metritis 1 eglfj, f.is -eerh by r•
niin lin t his l,< ar' r < that tneir craft i< in
danz'-r. Ni -t h> . '• * ■ tb.• ir
•Uja rititio . t
"This Paul la'! ; i ran tded the o
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this se adds a (ei ; j ]lo th- ir
|ati i#t in : "T t!
temple of the „• I '
destroyed."
I in. iiiu.ii, |
live s| ,i I ■ i S
other col hi
s.di ry ; • v i:
All'l Lett r ft I . s ,t. bide Til
re. l mi ne 1 I w >s Ifldmess.
Much wl li b '! ' • i
leal an 1 p tr<> i is only a covert
ten tinrei igt i* ut f, y ■ •. < wb-.
puiitloi w rd) i< ith o : t-.vf s, wh - h
are the real on s.
Dems'trius wa uit i -nor tit of h im.n
nature. He ut Mil I. 'tc i are
moat readily and j ow. fully t: oved.
11 iat much I s. . i m o
Wh tis fraw, rif i, j ! ir, t<> •. i'
a thV '•> • ' '• 5 t
B•< n c ill alii 0ab1 -k tb a j*t
from Christ because they cannot part
with the world. So men oppose God's
work when its progress interferes with
some traffic, or scheme, or policy of
theirs. It costs too much to be for
Christ, and therefore many are againat
him. Not a few in our day have precise
ly the spirit which actuated Demetrius.
™*4. '1 he gain qf mingling candor ami cour
tesy with our fidelity. —The speech of
Demetrius was successful. It is seldom
difficult to arouse a populace by appeals
ol self-interest, prejudice and pride. The
city was filled with confusion. The
mob, failing to find Paul, seized upon
two of his companions and with them
rushed into the theatre, a vast structure
semicircular in form, open to the sky
used for shows of gladiators and wild
beasts' fight, us well a* dramatic enter
tainment.-. being of vast size, holding,
according to some, .Ml.tMMi persons, it
was the natural resorts of crowds.
Ku-hing to the defence to his com
panions, Paul might havejbeoii torn in
pieces but for the interposition first of
"the disciples," nn l then of "the Chief*
of Asia." These chief officers, or Asi
arch-, were men of wealth, whosuperin
tended the games. They were high in j
honor and influence. It seems that
they were friendly to Paul. They knew j
' where he might be found, and sent him
warning to tako care of himself. The
town clerk, too, the personage who had ,
the charge of State papers and presided ;
over public gatherings, came forw ml |
as the Apostle's defender.
It has been noticed that I'mil was of.
ten befriended by persons high in office
as Sergius I'aulus, Gallic, Felix, and
Festus. Some ol these very Asiarch*
may have been sc. r t deciples. Sonn
how Paul commend. 1 himself to stu-h
men; no doubt 1\ this candor and
courti -s and the evident self-forgetful
ness of his ,-pirit. Put these friends
were not so much of his making as of
God's overruling. They were raised up
for his protection and help. God cares
for those who do his will and trust his
care.
fi. A /'oirc/u! rex' asf SMS humanpa.i
lion. —The argument of the town clerk
was fourfold. ' This uproar is undi/nifcl
un ust,/ahlc. since nothing canbp proved
against tin- accused tinn/v/A.. try, for the
rea-on that thero ar<- other means of
redre--; and per 'out, inasmuch as for
it we sr.- liable to l-e called to account. j
, It was a wise and -kilful addre-s to an
excited mob, and led, step bv step.
! along up to that ronsiberations which
i was sure to hare grcste-t weight -
No doubt it ia true that "newt peopfi
stand in awe of m- u . ju-lgment rnor
than of th - - judgment of G >d." 1 it
there jn every man'- lo irt a sen,,. 0 -
i. couiitabiliiy not eay to wholly i-radi
cite. To this i. i i'e to make our n|--
j peal when other c. nsi b rations fail. It
i-often a restraint, where it doc net
wholly turn wandering feet f -m s.r.fu''
paths.
ra 11 Tt< At, SI u I.JTIOXS.
I. S- .me pe p|p wsnt relig -US ; .
Paul h lieved or egg re i • r-1 'n
which should make a >i r.
2 If we serve God tor earthly gain,
wherein are we b. - ter than D- metrurs
who seemingly s.-rved 1' n i i u t! w
■ same reason ?
13 That cannot be a true ni.gion
which does n-d interfere w h d -hot. t
hurtful wiy* ofgiin : tlo- 'rue w '! drive
the false and evil out.
I. An ignorant andi- % klr | pti'oi ••
is the ever ready tool of the enem i so!
•'hrist *nd |goo-l our - ifofy is in < • u
verting the | -pulace.
.'). We see how to preach the go|.-P
in hard place,. !'iul did not a-. I the
religion of the l'.plie,inis ;',T . he
preach wl '"nri-t,; find ng I'hrist, m-r.
had no further care for id-'D.
6. I position to fhrist is vain. Not
withstanding the uproar, left a strong
church at Kphesu*.
Hack on Tunc
■ 'As soon as forty eight boon are up
I'll be back," said the young man,
hurrying o(T to c itch the tr tin, r n l ; r -1
was the lst In- cmplo/er saw ol l.r-n
forrt\ s did daj>, when he w.dked in
grij "k in hand, an Ia I m i tmb*
on bis face, remarking:
"Hack on time."
"Hack on time?' 1 roared the exosper
at-d eat ploy •r. "I>-> }u > - ill s x days
f->rty cigbtboursT"
"t>f - ourse I do. V, bat < !-<- do you
".aveyoulo-t tl." i." • of your men
lal faculties, or are you trying, - . to
take DDK ,rrar.tab ■ Id ertii * with me?"
"Why, lam surprised. - t told you 1
warp d t.cty • gbt hou t" rcrea ion.
.
riainly, and I gave -t t • you."
ei. ut hour . I >. <1 . t 1"
''Well, eight in'o forty i .'it goes six
'dm -. mid I've been gone ; ght hour a
Jay for si* day-, *<, joa see I'm on
I time,"
II " r . o .<■ ij may I* • -d i
h iw tciii b sutler ing ni-y iMtfiitor d, by
lib d- ft> i
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