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"TO THE LEAST"
SHALL BE GIVEN!
By ADA WILKERSON.
Ever since Joshua died Mary Ann
Penrose had been saving up to buy a
new altar cloth for the church.
Joshua was Mary Ann's husband,
and he had been dead ten years. In
life Joshua lmd been a treat trial to
his wife. He was a carpenter, and a
good carpenter, when they were mar
ried. He had built their little home
himself, and presented it to Mary Ann
on her wedding day.
"That's how I come to still own it,"
she said the day she told me about the
"Josh would a' sold it long ago if it
hadn't been all mine. He hit me once,
when he was in liquor, 'cause I
wouldn't sign It over to him so he
could sell it. But I wouldn't. I was
always Arm in that, no matter how
much Josh wanted money for pain
"The place where he busted his
shoulder once when he fell off a scaf
fold always hurt in damp weather, an'
Josh just naturally took to drinkin' to
ease the pain. It's a blessln' the Lord
never sent us any children. He would
a' sold the clothes off their backs fer
drink. But when he waa himself he
always said he wouldn't ever take my
home away from me.
"Goodness knows I had a hard
enough time to save money for the
taxes. I used to hide it In the old
brass teapot I kept 'way back in the
corner of the cupboard, an' he never
once thought of lookln' there.
"But since he's been dend I miss j
him. Poor old Josh! He was a good
husband, an' I always wanted to give
somethlln' to the church as a memo
rial. I thought about one of them
fancy winders, but they cost too much,
so I settled on an altar cloth, white
satin, all worked In gold, like the old
one, only lots nicer, with more gold
and some pieces of glass that look
"I saw one once, when I was visit In'
In the city, an' I have my mind set
on one like it.
"It would just do me good to set in
Grace Chapel every Sunday an' see
one of them handsome white and gold
cloths hangln* over the pulpit.
"I had mey fer it all saved up—
a hundred and fifty dollars—in the
teapot. Teapots Is safer than banks.
An' I was a-goin' togo to the city to
git the new fixin's, when along come j
that poor, forlorn woman, Mrs. !
Quick, sellin' buttons and thread, lace, j
darnin' cotton and needles she had in
a basket. She told me she had tramp- ,
ed all the way from the city. Her j
husband was killed workln' on the
railroad, and she was tryln' to git
money to buy her baby some clothes. ,
"Poor soul! She was staggerin' j
sick when she come to my door. I
Just had to take her in—she was a
nice, clean little woman, too—an' so
white an' miserable lookln'.
"Of course, I had to git the doctor;
but he couldn't do nothln' to save <
her—she hadn't had nourlshin' fond
or the right kind of livln' for so long. ,
Her strength was all gone.
"Both of us did everything we could,
and Miss Artman come over to help,
but It wasn't any use. Doctor said
the baby had taken all his mother's
vitality—an' you ought to see what a j
husky little fellow be is. He's asleep '
now, but when he wakes up I'll let
you hold him a while. He's just as
pretty and bright!
"His mother give him to me before
she passed away, an' said she wanted
him named for his father —David —so
I have named him David Joshua
"It took all the altar cloth money
for medicine for the mother and
clothes for little David —and the fu
neral; but Josh, he'll understand that
my memorial to him will be the up
brlngin' of the llvin' child, 'stead of
the altar cloth.
"Last Sunday I went to church ear- ,
Ir, before anybody else was there —
and I told the Ijord how I had to use
the money I saved to decorate his
house. And it seemed as I knelt there
and looked at that old cloth a-hangln'
over the pulpit that the gold looked
brighter and better than it had fer
a long time, and it seemed when I
had finished tellln' my story to the
Lord, it seemed I could hear a whis
per through the silence, like the
tree* outside the window were
a-whlsperln' together, and it seemed
like It said: 'lnasmuch as thou hast
don* It unto one of the least of these
tnjr children, thou hast done it unto
"80, I guess the Lord understands,
Drew the Line.
Pat had been at work for three
days digging a well, and as the fore
man wanted It finished within the
week he had promised Pat another 1
man to help him. It was getting on
Jor aleven o'clock, and Towser, the
foreman's bulldog, was looking over
the edge of the pit, when Pat said to
hlmaelf: "I'll have a smoke."
He had just filled his pipe, and was
•bout to light It, when he glanced up
and beheld Towaer'a handsome fea- j
Slowly removing the pipe from his
mouth, he said: "Be-e-egorra, Oi've
wor-rked wld Germans and Hengar-r
--rrlana, and Oi've worrked wld Oltal
lans and niggers, but If a man wld a
face like that oomes down here to
■work beside me Ol gets up."
The Way to Date.
"You say you hope to become
gaged to a suffragette?"
"Well, I'm going to aubmit the ques
tion to a referendum oonsistlng of h«r j
two sisters and her parenta." |
JESUS FATHER OF
He Will Give His Earthly Chil
dren Everlasting Life.
IMPORTANCE OF BIBLE STODY.
Pastor Russell Says Scriptures Are
Self -1 nterpreting—Texts Once Dark
Become Luminous —Jehovah Is the
Life-Giver of the Church, but Jesus
Will Be the Regenerator of the
1 >u'r fun-father
had much less op- j
portunity for study than have we. j
Not only is education general today, j
but the facilities for study are emu ■
mon. Every home has at least one
Bible and good light wherowltli to
study. Moreover, the curse of toil is I
lifting; less sweat of face is required i
to earn our dally bread; consequent l,\ !
we have more time at our disposal ]
wherein to ascertain the things freely
giveu unto 11s of God through I lis j
Word. And what beautiful and con j
venient Bibles we possess, with ideal' j
print, marginal references, concur ;
dances, helps, etc.! God be praised j
for such privileges!
Bible students are learning to use
these mercies anil are being blessed j
in their use. The Bible is being j
studied as never before, and being al
lowed to interpret itself, one passage j
throwing light upon another. This, j
evidently, was the I >ivine design. Bill j
in addition to all this, we have the ;
thought that now is God's "due time" I
to grant blessings and enlightenment j
to the world along secular lines. All j
this enlightenment is coining, we be j
Here, because we are in the dawnina j
of a New Dispensation, which shortly
is to bring more wonderful tilings. I
However, we are still in what St. I'e
tor terms the "dark place," wait in:' 1
for that "day dawn" to grow mon |
clear; anil we do well to take close !
heed to the light upon our path, which J
falls from our Lamp, the Bible.
Christ Not the Church's Father. j
Item after item of Divine Truth be
coming clear, sheds a radiance on otlie
precious truths. Old, familiar Si-rip
tures have a telPfold significance. Otu
text is one of these. No one will dis
ptlte that it refers to our Lord Jesus J
Christ. lie shall be called Wonderful. I
Counselor, the Mighty God, the Kver
lasting Father lor the Father win I
gives everlasting life I. the Prince o j
I'eace." Those titles are still prophet ;
ic. Our great Redeemer has not yd j
become the Prince of Peace: for pi-a. 1 \
has not yet-come. We are still mult" j
the reign of sin and death. Our lie j
deemer has not yet become the F.vor j
Only the Church has yet been dealt
with, and Jesus is not the Father of
the Church. He is our F.lder Brother'
or under another figure. He is our tie
trot lied, and at His Second Coining i
to be our Heavenly Bridegroom. The
Scriptures distinctly tell us that Jesus 1
is not the Church's Father, or Life
giver. St. Peter sa*s. "The Cod ami
Father of our Lord .lestis Christ * * 1 j
hath begotten us." (I Peter i. j
Jesus testifies to the same effect. Aft
er Ills resurrection, when speaking to
Mary, lie said. "I ascend unto My Fa j
tiler, ami ymr Father; to My God. .-11111 1
your God." i.lohu \\. 17.1 The St rip j
tures never mix luures after such :t
manner as to speak of .lesus as the
Church's Father, atnl then to intimate j
that He would become Bridegroom to
His own child.
Jshovah. Father of the New Creation.
We must remember that t lie Church j
ceases to be human, earthly. She be- j
comes God's New Creation. She is lie
gotten of the Holy Spirit now. and will
lie born from the dead by the Hoi*
Spirit power in the First Resurrection,
to the Divine nature. She will lie like
her Lord, Ills Bride. (Revelation x.\i.
S*. 10; Romans vlll, 17.) To her, "old
things pass away; all things become |
new." Under the begetting of the Holy |
Spirit she becomes in the present life j
transformed by the renewing of her
mind and sets her affections on things |
above, ller perfecting 111 the resurrec j
tion is clearly stated by St. Paul, who 1
says that in the resurrection each seed
hill have its own kind of body.
The human, or Atlantic seed will i
have human bodies; but those begotten j
again of the llol\ Spirit during this
Gospel Age become the new Seed, to
whom will be given new spirit bodies j
Thus fbey shall be made like their g|o !
rifled Savior or Bridegroom and lie 1
"like Hi 111. * * * see Him as He is" I
11 spirit being. DeS-rlblng tile Sp ritual
Seed and Its resurrection. St. Paul says
"It is sown in weakness; it is raised in I
power; It is MIWII In dishonor: it
raised in glory: ii is sown an nnitta! j
body; It Is raised a spiritual bmh
There Is an animal hotly | luminal;
there Is a spiritual hotly" ude-ti.i
heavenly. I Corinthians xv. I,'t. If
Jesus the Second Adam.
After the exaltation of the Church b,\ j
Ihs Flr>t Resurrection. nc\t will follow
then wakening, liolpiiitr. Mossing- up
lifting of Immunity In uciicr.'i I: lull that
work will Im> exclusively in the linuds
of flit* glorified Siivim-. St. l'nnl as
nun's us that tin l I'atluM - will put all
tiling's into subjection to tin- Son. for
the very work of lilossing anil assisting
llic world of mankind for whom lit*
died. Then the Son will deliver up the
Kingdom authority to the Father, that
Jehovah "may lie All and in all." But j
during tile thousand year*. absolute!
control of the world will lie in the
hands of the Great Messiah, who will
put down all things opposed to the I >i
vine will, and lift up the willing and
obedient from sin. degradation and the
St. l'eter tells us that at the Second
Coining of Jesus I'ivine blessings will
be showered upon the earth "Timesof
Itefreshing shall come from the pres
ence of the 1/inl: ami lie shall send
Jesus Christ." He tells us that the
heavens will retain Jesus until the
destitution Times, of whieh (.Sod has t
been telling us through the "mouth of
nil Ilis holy I'rophets sinee tlie world
began."— Aits iii, ISKM.
The Second Adam's Children.
The lilble teat-lies that Jesus is the ;
Second Adam. The tirst Adam had the '
privilege of being the father of .-t'lui- !
man race. In the image and likeness of
iiod and blessed with everlasting life,
to enjoy a world-wide Paradise. All
this Adam lost by disobedience anil l
came under Divine sentence of death. !
called in the Scriptures the "curse."
He can- ot extricate himself, and there
fore cannot extricate his children from
this calamity. Neither can any of his j
children get free from the curse, nor
gi\e to (Sod u ransom for his fellows.
Jesus left the glory which He hail ]
with the Father, anil came into the j
world a Man. He did not become a j
sinful man. Oil the contrary, Iho j
Scriptures tell us that "The- Man j
Christ Jesus" was "holy, harmless, nil- j
dellled and separate from sinners." j
He had the right to produce a human i
race as instead of Adam's race: but J
this was not the Father's Plan. In
stead of starting another race, Jesus |
gave His life sacriliclally. I" (Soil's j
"due time" this sacrifice will be made |
applicable to cancel all the claims ot j
Justice against mankind on account of ;
in harmony with the Father's Plan. |
Jesus purposes that -is the Second
Adam lie will take over the Adamii ;
race, anil adopt as many of them as j
may be willing as His own family.
This, in the Bible, is called "Uogenera |
lion." Kogeneratioti means to generate j
life again. Jesus has the right to give |
lite to Adam and to his race, having
purchased that right with the sacri- !
tice of His own life. He died, the .lu.-t
One for i he unjust: and all the ri-jhts
which lie had to an earthly life He
may therefore give justly to Ailam unii
to as many of Ailam s children as will
The process of this regeneration w 11
be very different from the process o'
the lirst generation. The life which will
come to mankind will come through
the Word "My words are spirit
and are life." Whoever will hearken
to the words of the great I.ifc-give.'
will thereby receive the new life. 1
His words work in tbcm "to will an I
to do" in harmony with the laws of the
Kingdom, they will gradually rise out
of their weaknesses and Imperfections,
to perfection of human nature.
"The Everlasting Fattier."
We should carefully note' that tlx-
Mutt Jesus was not the Kverlasting Fa
ther. Ih ' Man Jesus gave lllmseit a
Hansom price a con < mmmling /./ice for
the man Adam, in order that lie might
become the Second Adam and have the
rightful authority to give everlasting
life to Adam and his children.
Jesus did not become the Second Ad
urn until lie hail finished laying down
the liatisom-prlce. So long as Jesus
maintained His earthly life He would
have no life to give to humanity: lc
lie would need His life for Himself
When (Sod raised Him from the dead,
no longer a human being, but reward
e<l with tlie Divine' nature, then He
was iu position to be the Second Adam.
His exaltation gave Him increased
power, and the merit of 11 is sacrilice
constituted the price for the life-rights
of Adam and his race. Our Redeemer
is not the Second Adam in I. He has
the rii/lit to tic the Second Ailam. and
lu the Father's "due time" lie will es
tablish His Kingdom amongst men.
and give everlasting life-rights to as
many of Adam's children as will be
come obedient to the Divine I,aw.
The Church the Second Eve.
While Adam was alone he did not
become a father. (Sod caused him to
fall into a deep sleep, and from his
side took Mother Fve to be his joint
heft' in his inheritance, and his as
sistant in the work of generating the
human family. So our I.ord has not
yet become ;i Father. !»llt lie has
gone'lnto the deep sleep of death. His
side has been wounil"d, and the tirst
result Is the gradual development til a
Bride class. And as Jesus passed
from the human to the spirit <'"iidi
lion before He could be ready to !>e
Hie Second Ailam. so the Church, as
the New Creation, must pass from the
human to the spirit condition he
fore she can fultil her part in God's
great Plan as the Second Fve.
View ed from a scientific standpoint,
the picture is complete. The ///'' of
the child comes, not from the mother,
but from the father. So our I.ord. the
Hedeeiner, is the I.ife-giver. The
(liuivh Is not the l *'e giver. But 1
mother, nevertheless, has a very im
porinnt part in the Divine arrange
ineiit for the bringing forth of chil
ilren. Si the Church of Christ is ti
ha\« a very Important part in the ,
great work of lb-generation and liesti
tutlon. The mother is the liourishcr
Hud caretaker of the children; and so
the Bride, the Lamb's Wife, co-labor
ing with tlie great Life giver, will
nourish, sustain, care for, supervise
the interests of tnaiikind in the Ite
Is it any wonder, in view of the work
that (Soil has outlined for I lis Sou and
for the Church, that lie should consid- 112
er it necessary to V.ive us lessons and s
lests in faith, in I' • .in obedience?.
Is it any wontli i in i. wof the work t
which lie has for i: to do for man '
kind, that He d, ■■ nvs that the He
dec .er Himself w.i -• :. en 1.-ep exper- '
ietices in suft'eiic: i! I II ■ might be a t
faithful and l: ■ ■■ •■ i fu 1 Iliv.h Priest iu ,
the things of i: ! in rela ion to hu- 1
inanity? Ah. ii" ed. whci we come 112
to lindersfand the hi !i calling of (Sod
to the Church and the grit work of '
<!od that is to In- ace i npli ed for and '
in the weiid of mankind. \> • ire auiaz-| '
ed! Our souls cry out. "True anil right-1
eons nre Thy vsys. Lord God A - i |
nihility! \\"hos!,.!| not come anil wor-|
nhip before 'I hi e * * when Thy i '
riuhteous ile:.li:■ ■- s'liill be made man
ifest!" Revelatioii \v. I. I 1
The New Order of Things.
Guided by the Divine Word, the eye
of faith may see, not only the Church
in great glory with her Lord, but also
the operation of tlie Divine Plan in the
blessing of humanity. First iu the
Klttgd an will he the Hedeeuier Him- j
self. King of and Lord of lords.
Next to lllni, as llis ijueeu Consort,!
will be the Fleet Utile Flock, the |
saintly ones of ali nations, having His I
Father's name in their foreheads. I'll- ;
seen of men. their knowledge will be
Infinite, as it is written: "Hi- shall not ,
judge by the hearing of the ear. nei-|
tlicr by the sight of the eye. but He
shall judge lighteous judgment."
Then next to these will be the Great ■
Company, w ho will do a work of super
vising the affairs of the children ot
Christ: for as a mother may have a
maid for an assistant, so also will the
Bride of Christ have these assistants.
We read in the Scriptures that the
Brlile "is till glorious within,"' and that
she shall be brought Into the presence
of the Great King, Jehovah, in raiment
"Piwrought with gold." Gold is .sym
bolical of the Divine nature. We read
that "the virgins, her companions that
follow her," shall also lie brought into
the King's presence. Psalm xlv. L"»-
As Isa.-i" t\'pi tifd our Lord Jesus, and
as Hebecca ty pi tied the Church, so He
bocca's maid, lyp-itied these "virgins,
her companions." a i ori esponilitig serv
ice to the lev ill s of old. All tlieso
will lie on tie- spirit plane Invisible
to men. The Heavenly Host will be
quite sufficient to serve the interests '
of the redeemed race, whose t egeue: a '
tlon to human jier feet lon will be their
work for a thousand years.
"Princes In AH the Earth."
But while the Kingdom of (Sod will
bo spiritual, it w ill have earl lily repre
sentativi s. who will he perfect, and
thus eiis imples of what Hegeiicratloli
will tueiin to the willing ami obedient.
These Princes Goil has already select oil
from amongst men. They are compos
ed of the Worthies of mankind who
lived before Pentecost, w hen the spirit
begetta 1 lirst came to the Church as a
result of Jesus' ,'ppeaii ig before the
Father as her Advocate Psalm xlv. Hi.
Who we"c these one time lathers who
become the eli ; Ireti: The S ripi lll'.'ll !
answer is lh.lt Al-rahani, Isaac. Jacob,
and the Prophets were called the fath
ers: that wlicn .It -us came lie \yas
the child of David and Abraham tie
cording to the tic i., through 11 is moth
er; and that 111 -e Wo therefore,
were His I I tiler - a t-' the tlesli.
But the.v are n •! His lathers ,-n cording
to the spirit. l'hey have had nothing 1
whatever to do with His present gen-,
er ition as a New Creature, l-e-jotton of
the Holy Spirit to the Divine nature
They are His fathers no lot get*. The.v ;
in I urn will get their life from the g'.o
ritiod Messiah; hence they will be His
children, receiving their everlasting
life from Him. the Redeemer, the l.it'e-
> r. the St- • nil Adam.
Because of their loyalty and l'aithtul- J
nt'ss to God in their day we have the ,
testimony that they pleased (Sod. Nev
ertheless the.v c -nltl ii (i i liter into any j
blessings mill! the redemptive work is
finished. Neither could they follow |
next to the Redeemer: for that place. In i
the Father's program, w as arranged for
the Bride. Ihe Lamb's Wife. Thus St. 1
Paul tells i.s tl.a! "God has reserved:
some-better thing for us than for them,
and that they witimet us will not be
made perfect." Hebrews \i. 38--10.
But when the i liur h has been glori
fied. and the King l un shall have been
established on the spirit plane, the next
thing in order will be the blessing of
tile Ancient Worthies The.v will bo ,
the first members of the human family
to receive resurrection, which will be
Instantaneous, because they have al
ready been approved b.v the Divine
standards. Not having been begotten
of the Holy Spirit, tliey will not be
spirit beings in the resurrection, but
perfect men. As such these will be
Princes in all the earth, superior to the
remainder of the race. The Great Mes
siah will riuiioiiit them to be l'rinces.
chiefs or rulers amongst men. They
will constitute the earthly phase of the
Kingdom >f Messiah. Men will see
them 'and receive their Instructions
f,';rough them, but will not see the real,
Jesus expressed this thought to the
Jews, saving "Ve shall see Abraham.
Isaac and Jin oh .mil all the Prophets in
the Kingdom, but ye yourselves wi
be outcasts" not In K.'ngdom power,
but in a subordinate posltio.' 1 - subjects.
How beautiful, how complete. a"d how |
logical are all the arrangements of thi* I
Divine Plan for the great work of (Soil i
outlined in the Bible! When mankind |
shall come to see His Wls-toiu, Justice, j
Love and Power, who can doubt that ;
many knees will bow and muni tongues •
confess to His glory; ninl that the nutn
ber of those who must, because of love
for evil, he destroyed In the Second
l>eath, will be proportionately small!
Linens anil cotton voiles stand *
foremost in the list of fabrics for
Leather handbags promise to have
things all their own way rather than
The dominant style tendency is bet- :
ter described by directoire than any. '
Black and white chantilly is a favor
ite trimming for the frock of soft
satin, chiffon and pompadour taffetas.
Skirts with becoming yokes, shaped
over the hips and forming a panel at i
the back, are among the newest mod
Tones and shades will be mingled
more rreely than will different colors. !
Especially does this apply to evening -
which will very often be
built of rich medium and even dark
shades, lightened with chiffon and
CORDS ARE TO BE POPULAR 112
All Widths and Color# Will Be Used t
As Trimmings This Fall and
Cords of all widths and colors will
be extensively used on autumn and
winter models. Not only as fastenings
anil "buttons," but as trimmings, and ■
also to weight the borders of the coats
aud skirts. Narrow cords with pipe ]
edging and light and heavy cords will
be used for ornamental designs in the
braid style. At one time color was
the difficulty, but now the colors and
shades are quite as numerous as those |
In silk, and cords have worked their
way into a position of great impor- I
tance. Waistcoats are again to be
worn, but introduced into frocks as
well as coats, and these have cordlngs
and buttons which come Into full
play. Blue serge and blue cloth will
be principally treated in this way, and
many and beautiful will be the colors
and designs seen on the winter mod
els. As I have mentioned before In
these columns, velvet as well as cord
and braiding will be greatly used, giv
ing a very rich appearance to the
plainest materials. —Women's Wear.
The new waists are being finished,
many of them, with high crushed
satin girdles to wear outside the skirt.
Leather collars and cuffs are com
' lng in, of white or colors, finished
with wee straps and pearl buckles.
Some of the heavy lace tunics to
the new white satin gowns are edged
with ermine and veiled with chiffon.
Unllned wraps of firm Ivory voile
are much liked for warm summer af
ternoons and summer seashore wear.
Sotne of the new dark tailored suits
for autumn are livened up by collars
and cuffs In burnt orange, tan, green
rose, blue and other tones.
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