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A; ril 22, 1915
Now Is the Time to Get Rid of These
There’s no longer the slightest need of
feeling ashamed of your freckles, as the
prescription othine —double strength—
is guaranteed to remove these homely
Simply get an ounce of othine—double
strength—from any druggist and apply
a little of it night and morning and
you should soon see that even the worst
freckles have begun to disappear, while
the lighter ones have vanished entirely.
It is seldom that more than an ounce
is needed to completely clear the skin
and gain a beautiful clear complexion.
Be sure to ask for the double strength
othine as this is sold under guarantee of
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Study of the Book of Romans—No. 7
Subject—Man and Law.—Romans
7-1 to 25.
Man Must Die to the Law.—Rom.
7-1 to 6. —Man is bound by the law
so long as he lives, just as the wom
an is bound by the law of God to
her husband so long as they both
live. If the husband dies she is at
liberty to marry again. So by faith
we die with Christ, and thereby be
come free from the law.—Rom. 6-6
The Law is Holy, Just and Good.—
Rom. 7-7 to 14.—The law is the School
Master to bring us to Christ.—Gal.
5-24. The law reveals our real con
dition to us. It was not given to
cleans us from sin but to make known
to us that we are sinners and need
A Wretched Man.—Rom. 7-14 to 24.
Paul here gives the picture of a man
who is wretched because of his Im
Ist.—He is Carnal sold under sin.—
A CONVICT PARDONED.
(Continued from page 12.)
he turned, looked at us from head
to foot, and began to appear wild.
He couid hardly believe it. He lack
ed faith—just what the sinner lacks
when Jesus holds out a pardon for
him and he does not accept of it.
We feared it might affect his reason.
We told him to go to the warden’s
office; that his sister was there, and
entreated to see him: his heart was
melted; he ran weeping, and we felt
just as we shou.d feel if we were to
see you melted into tenderness be
fore God. We followed with a light
heart and a quick step, and found
him in the arms of his sister. O
what joy was in those hearts! She
had brought him a new suit of clothes
and his striped dress was cast away.
If you will come, poor sinner, and
receive the pardon of your sins, “your
filthy rags” will be taken off, and a
robe of righteousness will be given
you in exchange. We came home
with the pardoned young man, and
we saw him rush into the arms of
his mother; we saw the tears flow,
we heard the endearing words. “My
son, my son, Omy son! Thank God,
he has restored my son!” The son
exclaimed, “My mother, my dear
mother, I am a better man than I
was !” The wounded heart was made
whole; our hearts rejoiced in what
we had accomplished as we received
the benedictions of that mother and
son, and left the house. If you have
a Christian mother on earth, she will
receive you into her arms, erring
child, if you seek pardon and come
out of the prison-house of sin. If
you have a mother in heaven, she
wi 1 be permitted to rejoice over you,
for there is joy in the presence of
the angels of God “over one sinner
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THE GOLDEN AGE
By B. Lacy Hoge.
2rd.—He did that which he hated.
—Rom. 7-15 to 17.
3rd.—His will was right, but he
could not do what he willed to do.—
4th. He could not do the good he
would do but did the evil he would
not do. —Rom. 7-19.
sth.—Sin controlled him.—Rom. 7-
20 to 25.
6th. —He could not deliver himself.
7th.—His weakness was in the flesh.
Rom. 8-3 to 4.
This Impotent Man became a Man
of Victory.—Rom. 7-25; Rom. 8-2-4.
Christ in him was the Victory.—
Col 1-27; Gal. 2-20; Phil. 2-13; Eph.
3-20; Phil. 4-13. With sin on the
Throne he was impotent and could
not do what he wished.—Rom. 7-17-
22. With Christ on the Throne he
was victorious and could do what he
wished. Rom. 7-25; Phil. 4-13.
Tnat young man’s pardon was re
corded in the office of the Secretary
of State; your pardon will be regis
tered in heaven by the recording an
gel in the Book of Life. Come then,
O sinner; repent and find pardon
through the blood of Jes-us. Come
now; begin to pray now; break off
from your sins; believe now.—Se
TALKS WITH MONEY.
(Continued from page 9.)
the ordinary church or denomination
al walls, or for any other kind of
walls. Os course, it is the first duty
of every Christian to care financially
for the support of the church of
which he is a member. Beyond that
1 am delighted to serve my posses
sor as an agent for his use of God’s
tenth, to do anything, yes, anything
that in his judgment will honor God
as a faithful steward desiring to do
the most possible good with God’s
share of his gains.”
“Your answers indicate that I am
to be guided by my own judgment
in the selection of objects to which
to give the Lord’s tithe. Do you
mean just that without qualifica
“In substance, Yes. You must
never forget that your stewardship
for God’s share of your gains is to
God alone, not to other men, not to
the church nor to any cause of the
church. If you are wise you will
realize and act upon the knowledge
that team work with other stewards
in behalf of objects in which they
and you are alike interested will, as
a rule, accomplish more and better
results than individual effort, but you
cannot turn over to others the re
sponsibility for the wise use of God’s
share of your income.
‘Remembering that administering
God’s tithe is a combined act of wor
ship, prayer and stewardship, you
cannot delegate any of these duties
and privileges to others.”
“Is it not probable that, with the
liberty you advise, many people will
make mistakes and not spend God’s
tenth of their income as wisely as
“Apparent mistakes, yes, but while
they may appear to be mistakes to
you, they may not to God. His stand
ard of judgment is impossible to you.
He judges motives; this you cannot
do. Besides, experience is a veiy
important part of God’s method of
education and training, and mistakes
arc always an important element of
(Continued on page 15.)
EAT LESS AND TAKE
SALTS FOR KIDNEYS
Take a glass of Salts before breakfast
If your Back hurts or Bladder
The American men and women
must guard constantly against Kid
ney trouble, because we eat too much
and al! our food is rich. Our blood
is filled with uric acid which the kid
neys strive to filter out, they weaken
from overwork, become sluggish; the
eliminative tissues clog and the re
sult is kidney trouble, bladder weak
ness and a general decline in health.
When your kidneys feel like lumps
of lead; your back hurts or the urine
is cloudy; full of sediment or you
are obliged to seek relief two or
three times during the night; if you
suffer with sick headache or dizzy,
nervous spells, acid stomach, or you
Lave rheumatism when the weather
is bad. get from your pharmacist
about four ounces of Jad Salts; take
a tablespoonful in a glass of water
before breakfast for a few days and
your kidneys will then act fine. This
famous salts is made from the acid
of grapes and lemon juice, combined
with lithia, and has been used for
generations to flush and stimulate
clogged kidneys; to neutralize the
acids in the urine so it no longer is
a source of irritation, thus ending
Jad Salts is inexpensive; can not
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good kidney flushing any time.
This is a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or six doses will break any case, and
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
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