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BIBLE EXPLORA TIONS.
The Lord told Gideon that if he had
any fears that he would not overcome
the Midianites, he could take his ser
vant with him down to their camp, and
he would hear what they said, and then
he would be satisfied.
So Gideon went down to the valley
where the hosts of the Midianites were
encamped “like grasshoppers for mul
titude.” When he came near to one
of the tents, he heard one man telling
another a dream that he had had. He
dreamed that a cake of barley bread
tumbled into the host, and came
against a tent and threw it flat upon
the ground. The man who heard the
dream said : “This is nothing else save
the sword of Gideon, a man of Israel;
for into his hand hath God delivered
Midian and all the host.”
When Gideon heard the dream and
the explanation of it, he worshiped God
and went back to his men and said :
“Arise, for the Lord hath delivered into
your hands the host of Midian.” He
then divided his three hundred men
into three bands, and put into every
man’s hand a trumpet, an empty pitch
er, and a lamp or torch in the pitcher
and told them to do just as he did—
that when he blew his trumpet, that
they should do the same, and say,
“The sword of the Lord and of Gid
“So .... and the .... men that
were*.... came unto the .... of the
.... in the beginning of the ....
watch; and they had but .... set the
.. ..; and they .... the .... and .. .
the ... . that were in their . . . . ” and
every man stood in his place around
the camp, as Gideon had ordered, and
each one blew his trumpet and broke
his pitcher and held up the lamps with
the left hand and cried out, “The sword
of the Lord and of Gideon.” And all
the host of Midian was greatly fright
ened, and cried and fled, and became
so much confused that they began to
kill one another with their swords.
The men of Israel of three tribes
gathered themselves together and went
out after the Midianites, and slew large
numbers of them. But Gideon sent
messengers to one tribe to gather at the
fords of the Jordan and slay those who
came there, and they took many oth
ers, two princes, one of whom they
slew at a rock, and the other at a wine
press, and then carried their heads to
Gideon and his band of three hun
dred men crossed over the Jordan pur
suing after the kings of Midian, and
his men were hungry and faint, and
asked the people of Succoth to give
them bread, but they refused to do so.
Gideon told them that when the Lord
had given the kings into his hand,
then he would tear their flesh with
thorns and briers. He made the same
request for Oscod, of the men of Penu
el, and they also refused. And Gideon
told them that when he returned he
would break down their tower. He
continued to pursue the kings of Midi
an till he overtook and captured them,
and “discomfited all their hest,” which
was 15,000 men, all that were left of
135,000 that they had when first at
tacked by Gideon and his band of 300.
On his return with the captured kings
Gideon did to the men of Succoth and
Penuel as he had said : tore the flesh
of the former with briars and thorns,
and beat down the tower of the latter,
and slew the men of their city.
He then asked the kings of Midian
what kind of men they had slain at
Tabor, and they said, “As thou art, so
were they.” And Gideon said that
they were his brothers, and if they had
spared their lives, so would he now
spare the lives of the kings before him.
He then said to his first-born son, “Up
and slay them.” But the youth hesi
tated, because he was so young. The
kings said, “Rise thou and fall on us.”
And Gideon arose and slew the two
kings, and took away the ornaments
that were hung on the necks of their
1. Who was the father of Gideon?
2. Where did the Midianites flee
3. What three tribes pursued after
4. What tribe watched the fords of
5. What princes did they capture
6. What were the names of the kings
captured by Gideon?
7. At what place were they captur
8. Who was Gideon’s first-born son?
9. What do you think was the se
cret of Gideon’s great victory over the
10. What gave his little band of 300
11. What would greatly add to the
power of our churches and schools and
other forms of Christian effort?
12. What is always necessary to suc
cess in any enterprise where numbers
Name these things.
No. One —By S. E. D.
1. A god of the Ammonites whom
David went after.
THE CHRISTIAN INDEX AND SOUTH-WESTERN BAPTIST: THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1881.
2. An instructor in brass and iron.
3. The father of Zedekiah.
4. A prophetess of the tribe of Asen.
5. A messenger to Hezekiah.
6. A grandson of Saul lame in both
7. An Ethiopian eunuch who inter
ceded for Jeremiah.
8. The son of the morning.
The initials give the name of a noted
No. Two—By Emma.
1. A silversmith who made shrines.
2. A cave in which David hid.
3. A captain of the host of Syria.
4. One of the sons of the giant.
5. One of David’s captains.
6. A well to which Hagar fled.
The initials spell the name of one
who served the Lord continually.
Dear Mr. Boykin : I write to tell
you that I am' much interested in your
work. I am ten years old and in
school. I have not always the time to
make out all the enigmas, but always
find time to read the “Children’s Cor
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they are correct. I wish you much
success. Nelah Belle C.
Palmetto, Feb. 16th.
This is one of the nicest letters we
have received, for a girl ten years old.
There is not a single blot or scratch in
it, and it is well written every way.
The answers are all very good indeed,
and we are very glad to have Belle
(that’s one of the sweetest names in
the world) among our explorers. We
hope to hear from her often. Wonder
if her father is a preacher! Guess so.
Many preacher’s children fail to join
our band. Why?
We would be so glad if we had about
five hundred explorers like J. and 8.,
and write as they do.
“We are so very, very glad you com
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We are “very, very glad” that they
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After two weeks spent in the Friend
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Bethel, having visited one church,
Enon, in the Bowen. We have had
some very unpleasant weather, ano
very bad roads to contend with, and
failed to reach two appointments on
account of rain, but we hope and be
lieve that our work has not been in
vain. We expect to hear of a good
school at every church we visited, and
at some we did not visit. We have
been most kindly cared for by the
brethren and friends among whom we
have been cast. Our association with
the pastors we have met has been ex
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of co-operation has afforded us very
great comfort, and inspired us with
Brethren Bussey, Bell, Hart, Ross,
Butler, Golden and Underwood, will
have a warm place in our heart. The
first named covered our head, and the
last warmed our hands, while the others
did much to make us feel good. Time
will fail us to tell of kind words and
acts received at the hands of other
brethren and friends. Our well beloved
brother, D. E. Butler, was with us at
Fort Valley and Camilla, where we
write this,and where we have had a most
pleasant time. The Camilla brethren
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WATCH YOUR WORDS.
Keep a watch on your words my darlings,
For words are wonderful things;
They are sweet, like the bee's fresh honey,
Like the bees they have terrible stings.
They can bless, like the warm, glad sunshine,
And brighten a lonely life :
They can cut, in the strife of anger,
Like an open, two edged knife.
Let them pass through your Ups unchallenged,
If their errand is true and kind;
If they come to support the weary,
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If a bitter, revengeful spirit
Prompt the words, let them be unsaid ;
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Or fall on the heart like lead.
Keep them back if they’re cold and cruel,
Under bar, and lock, and seal;
The wounds they make, my darlings,
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From this time of your early youth,
May the words that you daily utter
Be the beautiful words of truth,
How to See a Seed Gbow.— Many lit
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Some boys tnd girls have taken up the
seed after planting it in the ground,
and thereby preventing it from taking
We may, however, see the roots shott
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grow in glasses in our windows : and in
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took a glass tumbler, around which he
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in this bellow he dropped two sweet
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what was going on under ground with
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with the peas in the south window.
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a tiny white sprout soon grew large
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The First Wrong Button.—“ Dear
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And,” added mamma, as the last button
was put in its place and the scowling
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another is sure to follow.’’
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was the first wrong deed. Then she de
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all that day because she had told a lie.
What a long list of buttons fastened
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because her naughty little hand struck
baby. The best thing she could do to
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how naughty she had been, and ask her
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er than just to undo the buttons again.
Janet thought it all over,and between
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