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TUB LESSON TEXT.
82. And tt came to pass, aa Peter passed
throughout all quartara, ho came down,
also to tha aainta which dwelt at Lydda.
83. And there he found a certain man
named Aeneaa, which had kept bis bed
eight years, and was alck of tbo palsy.
84. And Peter said unto him: Aeneas,
Jesus Christ maketh thee whole; arlae,
and make thy Bed. And ha arose Im
mediately. 85. And all that dwelt at Lydda and
Baron saw him, and turned to the Lord.
Sc. And there was at Joppa a certain
disciple named Tabltha, which by Inter
pretation ia cauea uorcaa; wis woman
waa full of good works and almsdeeds
Men she did.
87. And it came to oaaa In those daya.
that aha waa alck, and died: whom when
they had washed, they laid her In an up
88. And forasmuch aa Lydda waa nigh
to Joppa, and the disciples had heard
that Peter was there, they sent unto
him two men, desiring him that he would
not delay to come to them.
89. Then Peter arose and went with
tham. When he was come, they brought
him Into the upper chamber; amd all
tna wiuowa stood Dy mm weeping, ana
shewing the coats and garmente which
Dorcas made, while ahe waa with thenv
40. But Peter put them all forth, and
kneeled down, and prayed: and turning
him to tha body aald: Tabltha. arise.
And aha opened her eves: and when ahe
aaw Peter, ahe aat up.
at. Ana ne gave ner nis nana, ana lin
ed her UD. and when ha had called tha
aalnts and widows, presented her alive.
42. And It was known throughout all
Joppa; and many believed In the Lord.
Ana it came to naaa. that ne tar
ried many days In Joppa with one Simon
GOLDEX TEXT. Jesaa Christ
maketh thee whole. Acta OtSd.
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Building Up of the Church. Under
this head we will notice briefly: (1)
that the churches had a brief respite
from persecution; (2) that they (ths
membership) were being edified; (3)
that they walked In the fear of the
Lord; (4) that they walked in the com
fort of the Holy Ghost, and (5) that
they were multiplied? Persecutions
can't hurt the church of Christ.
This Is the unanimous voice of
history. In fact, it has always
helped the church, by weeding
out the faint-hearted and those
who are not entirely loyal and
leaving the true disciples to give to
other strong men a notable object lea-
son in courage and loyalty to truth.
But the time of persecution ia not the
time of greatest growth In the
church i for the reason that the
persecuted . have not the same
opportunity for open preaching, nor
indeed the time for it, as in times of
peace. This first period of peace for
the early church probably lasted four
or five years. During this period the
church grew in knowledge and grace
"were edified." To "edify" is literally
to build. Thus the church wag "built"
up, not so much in the matter of size
or number of members, but built up
in the virtues and graces that go to
make up Christian character. This
was done through the preaching of the
apostles who told them of the life,
death and resurrection of Jesus. The
church grew also in the fear of the
Lord. This "fear" is not the "painful
emotion excited by apprehension of
danger, or apprehension of God's
wrath" as according to Webster, but
reverence. It is the going about the
ordinary duties conscious of tha per
sonal presence of God. If our course
is a right one there is pleasure and
comfort in the thought that God Is
ever near. "In the comfort of the
Holy Ghost" expresses a further
thought. Just before His crucifixion
Jesus had said (John 14:10, 17) t "I
will pray the Father, and He shall give
yon another Comforter, that He may
abide with you forever; even the spir
it of truth." It Is here that the Chris
tian man has the advantage of the
man who ia not a Christian but Is try
ing to live an upright life. The Chris
tian possesses, or rather Is possessed
by, that inward Spirit of God, aptly
named by Jesus "the Comforter." Jt
most naturally follows from the fore
going facts that this waa a growing
church, not only in the matter of
grace, but also In numbera. The
church multiplied In numbers, and it
Is not improbable that the number of
churches, even, greatly increased.
Healing of Aeneas. Of Aeneas we
know little besides the fact that he
was sick of the palsy (paralysis), and
had been confined to his bed for eight
long years. Peter did not heal thla
man. It waa the risen and ascended Je
us who healed him, for Peter said to
Mm?" '"Jesus Christ maketh thea
whole1.? ' And the man arose from his
bed the flrat time in eight years. Pe
ter must have used this Incident as m
text for a sermon, for we are told that
all - the townsfolk "turned to the
Salslng of Do real. Dorcs waa
woman who had become a disciple of
Jesus, and she lived in Joppa, fihe
was well known for her good works
and alms giving. We are told that she
fell sick and died. Peter was sent for,
and hs Came, kneeled down arid prayed.
It was again the power of God made
manifest in the giving of life. "And
the Lord God formed man of the dust
of the ground, and breathed Into his
nostrils the breath of life; and man
became a living soul." God gave life,
God takes life and God can restore
life. This incident, too, was for the
furtherance of the kingdom, for
"many believed in the Lord."
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Fleeing from responsibility Is hid
ing from reward.
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tench us long-sufTeriraj.
Heaven is the only place where there
are no hypocrites.
Common sense is often but common
sympathy with all.
When prosperity falls on the evil
heart It but nourishes Hs weeds.
He who publishes his sin cannot
claim the nromisa made to him who
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