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PAGE 8- The Perkins Journal, Thursday, January 21, 1993 To Be A Sponsor on this Page, Contact The Perkins Journal at 547-2411. THE PERKINS DRUG Steve and Kristy Willingham, owners Monday thru Friday 8:30 to 6 Sat. 8:30 to 1 246 S. Main 547-2079 Erner. Night# Perkins, Ok. 547-5069 P,:gSTAUP, JI 121 W. Thomas Perkins, OK DeI-Mars Food Store 219 S. Main Street Perkins, Oklahoma 74059 405-547-2555 Lonnie & Judy Tabor  T/tE CHRIST/AN BOOKSTORE Bibles, Music, Gift= Church Supplies, Sunday School Curriculum Vidt our New Children's Center. 104 South Perkins Rd. Stillwater, Ok 74074 405-372-4999 For OuaU Zk, nnme Care Caa HARMON DENTURE CLINIC RANDY A. HARMON Cmtlled Denturist P.O. Box 842 Perkins, Oklahoma 74059 West Freemen Iowa Tribal Land (405)547-2124 forAppt. ii i Mehan Union Message By t=rry rnger Praise the Lord! What a wonder- fni day. Guess what? We are going to have another baby! Many of you followed us through four pregnan- cies and births and have, expressed interest as you shared in our joy. Thought you might like to know the newest should be here in August. Pray for us, especially Lee Ann. Another day of blessings as we gathered to worship the Lord. We ceiebrated being born again by taking communion. It is a wonderful thing that Jesus did for us, and it's a wonderful reward we have because of what He did. We are facing a time of change with a new president. He is coming into a situation that is goin 8 to take a lot of hard work to overcome. Youth crime, abortion, deficits, Iraq, Somalia, AIDS education are just a few of topics Bill Clinton ts going to have to deal with. Please pray for our .otmt! Jesus needs to become a realily to everyone. He is the answer. This Devotional & Directory is made possil: by these businesses who encourage all of tim to attend worship services. B/ble Evanle/istic Temple By Elaine Bartlett A man may go to heaven without health, without wealth, without fame, without a great name, without learning, without culture, without friends, without ten thousand other things, but he can never go to heaven without Christi The cmtless multitude on high, that tune their songs to Jesus' name, all merit of their own deny, and Jesus' worth alone proclaim. Firm on the ground of sovereign grace, they stand before Jehovah's throne; the only song in that blest place, is =Thou art worthy! Thou aloael" John 3:3, "Jesus answered and said unto him, verily, verily, I say unto thee, except a man be hem again, he cannot see the kingdom of GOd." We have a revival starting Sunday with John Duren. He will be here through Friday night. Sunday nights start at 7, other nights are 7:30. Everyone is welcouml Our men had their fellowship last Saturday. Those in attendance were: Jerry Spadmum, Jerry Durbin, George Brown and Marvin Bartlett. Our ladies will meet at 6 p.m. this Saturday at Virginia Brown's home. If you would be heaven hound, you must first be heaven hem. First IJnltod Methodbt By Strum Rein The scriptures for Sunday, Jan. 24, will be Psalm 27, Isaiah 9:14, Matthew 4:12-23 and I Corinthians 1:10-18. The sermon title is "I Saw the Light." The finance committee and the mmtees will both meet Sunday afternoon at 4:30. All church leaders are reminded that the Local Church Leaders Workshop will be Saturdav, Jan. 23, at the First United Methodist in Stilltter. Also, the children's choir is again this Sunday at 3:45 p.m. "He w To" By Rev. Max Rudd Lost Creek & Eden Chapel A trip to any bookstore makes us realize that we live in a =how- to" world. Many of the bestsellers of today are in the domain of the =how-to." How to improve our self concept, how to improve our financial picture, how to improve our career opportunities, to name a few. Well, I have a =how-to" of my own that I have shared frequently in my church, and I would like to share it with you, too. And you don't even have to buy a book! In Ephesians 1:3, Paul writes, =Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ who has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places." That's my =how-m" advice! It's that simple. First, commit this simple sentence to memory. Then, when you face a difficult time or a bleak day, or just a bad mood, begin to recite this little sentence to yourself. If I am alone, I will even say it out loud. At first, you may not really be in the mood, or sense nch change, but I can tell you, if you will just keep it up a few times, you will be amazed at what a "pick-me-up" this thought can be. For me, this little sentence brings to mind God's blessings already given to me, and reminds me of God's care, it's hard not to feel blessed and full of praise. This realization may seem sim- plistic, but it is povrful enough to enlighten even the darkest situation. Before I recite it very many times, I will always be surprised by a smile creeping onto my face and a dra- matic improvement in my outlook on life. So, that's my free advice for the week. Just try it, you might be surprised. ii i wl II II I ii 11 llllll iiii ii Area Church News By La L, We opened with singing "O Worship the Lord." The scripture reading was Romans 8:38-39 by Dou8 Johnson. Prayer requests and unspoken prayer requests were acknowledged by raising of hands. It was our pleasure to have as our guest speaker college professor Dr. Jack Bynum. He began with a cheerful good morning and we replied with our cheerful good morningl Dr. Bynum had received a long distance call from his grandchil- dren sayin 8 "It came backl It came bacH" Just for a moment he won- dered what they were talking about, then it occurred to him. While spending vacation time with them, one of the best Christmas gifts he and their dad had given them was balloons filled with helium. Each balloon had a returnable attached with ribbon. The card told the ages of the children, 11 and 12, and a message that read =God bless you, have a Happy New Year." To their surprise one had traveled a few hundred miles and the children were so overjoyed they couldn't wait to call grandpa to tell him tbe postcard was returned. "A message of God's love, return to sender." There is a bible scripture in Ecclesiastes II:I, =Cast thy bread upon the waters, for thou shalt find it after many days." Dr. Bynum has written several books, his name signed to each one of them. He said he would rather have his name written in the book of life than all of those hooks be has authored. I too would like my name written in the book of lifel Wouldn't you? God's peace. Carney Assemtay of God By Pat Skaggs We had a very good Sunday School lesson on "Making Crucial Choices." The Golden Text was, =A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches, and loving favor rather than silver and gold." Proverbs 22:1. The central truth was we should not allow anything to interfere with serving the Lord and the three main topics that were discussed were Seeking Eternal Life, a Tragic Choice and Blessings of Salvation. Christians are not immane to the influence that possessions can have on people. We read in I Timothy 6:10 that "the love of money is the root of all evil." It is not so important that we have a lot of money and nmterial possessions as it is that we should possess godliness. In Hebrews 13:5 it says that God will never leave us nor forsake us. God will take care of us, if we will only let Him. Let us not let earthly possessions interfere with our serving the God of our salvation. In church services we had a vtattng , gmneth Chmer, and hls wife from Bamsdall. Pastor Charter used as his text, Mark 6:45- 51 sad titled his message =The Fourth Watch of the Night." He brought out that Satan is always tryin8 to attack God's people and our dmml. We are to always be ! on watch for Satan's fury and call upon Christ for help and protection. God feels our pain and knows our troubles. He can keep us from Satan's harm. He is the only one who can really help us. Through His power and glory, we can overcome the spirit of the devil. God says He will be with us always. Let Him be your guide and strength to fight the powers of Satan. We must respond to Christ's will and obey his bidding, then He will help us in our times of trouble. Ftrst Baptist Church By Sundy Edwards Sanctity of Human Life Sunday is observed every year by Southern Baptist churches; this year the day was Sunday, Jan. 17. The message brought by Brother Larry Wilson was "The Abortion Question" and he read Psalm 139: 13-16. Dunng the message it was pointed out that the Bible speaks about modem day issues; an example is the abortion. What does the Bible say? We should submit our opinions to the Bible. Is that within the womb a human bein 8 or just tissue. Brother Wilson mentioned that when Virgin Mary visited her cousin Elizabeth and told her the news about Jesus being horn, Elizabeth's leapt for joy within the womb. In Psalms, it is written that God knows us even in the womb. In both services, Dianna Sweger san S "That's Him" and the adult choir sang "A New Name in Glory" at the 10:50 service. A video was show at the 6 p.m. service titled =Help, I'm Pregnant." Sponsored by the Sonthem Baptist Convention, the video informed us of Crisis Pregnancy Centers over the United States, about 2,200. There are two such centers in Oklahoma, one in Tulsa and one in Oklahoma City. Should the need arise for help counseling or how to help, a toll free number was given, 1-800- 962- 0851. Brother Wilson spoke on "Abor- tion...After the Fact" and used as his text Romans 3:23 and 1 John 1:9. Two questions were addressed: What do you do with one who's had an abortion? and How does one 8o on after having an abortion? The importance of relying utxm the Bible and using it for a guide was emphasized. Sunday, Jan. 24 is Baptist Men's Day in our church; Mr. Zion Baptist Church of Stillwater will be at our church on Jan. 31 at 6 p.m. Brother m Oscar Adams will be preaching and the Mt. Zion Choir will be bringing special music. If you need a place of worship, you are certainly invited to First Baptist Church, Perkins. peace ?;t "" - :* ' [ Obituary MARY JOSEPHINE WAITE CREAGER Services were held Wednesday, Jan. 20, 1993 at the Perkins Chris- tian Church for Mary Josephine Waite Creager, 90, Perkins, who died Jan. 17, 1993 at the Stillwater Nursing Home. Rev. Jeff Gill officiated the ser- vice held in the Colonial Fu- neral Home Chapel. Interment was at Olivet Cemetery southwest of Perkins. Mary Josephine Walte Creager was born Sept. 30, 1902 at Kansas, m. to walter Scott and Nellie (Henn) WaRe. The family moved to Perkins from Illinois when she was five- years-old. She attended Perkins schools. After her education, she married Allen Creager and lived in the Goodnight area from 1926- 1944. The family moved to the Perkins area in 1944 and lived here until she moved to Stillwater in 1990. MaD, Josephine enjoyed quilting and was an avid flower gardener. She was a homemaker, and a member of the Perkins Christian Church. She was predeceased by her husband, two sons, Norris and an infant son; tv brothers and one sister. She is survived by two sons, Lyle Creager of Cambridge, Md., and Walter Creager of Round Mountain, Calif.; and one daughter, Edith Henry of Stiliwater; 13 Brand children, 21 great grand children and 3 great-great grand children. Her grandsons served as pallbear- ers. / Bible Emngelldc Temple Emr=gellm: Jehn Dudn Sunday moming& evening and 7:30 p.m. nightly Spedol Music ot our Revivol 1104 Pogue, Perkins, OK 547-2946 547-2033 547-5076 Country Comfort Heating & Air Conditioning 122 E. Thomas 547-5046 Perkins "Y" Livestock Auction, Inc. Sale Every Wednesday We Appreciate Your Business Jim Edwards Sale Barn * Lee CrayCraft i 918-225-2737 * 405-547-2533 * 405-547-2760 JI EADES HARDWARE & APPLIANCE CO. 11"1 South Main Street PERKINS, OKLAHOMA 74059 (405)547-2477 J MANALLY'S VIDEO RENTALS FREE MEMBERSHIP FRIED CHICKEN 8 PC. $5.99 CALLAHEAD 124 Main Perkins 547-5183 PAYNE COUNTY BANK 202 South Main * P.O. Box 579 Perkins. Oklahoma 74059 405/547-2436 Lobby Hours: Men,- FrL 8 a.m.-3 p,m. Saturday 8 a.m.-12 noon Drtve-ln Hours: Mon.-FrL 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday 7:30 a.m.-12 noon Mon.-Fri. 7:30-6 p.m. Now Open Sat. 8-5 p.m. 1 mile E. on Hwy 33 405-547-5333 i R ing ns D ace in , 423 Os5 I Doubting? Read John 3:16 eco able E leposi BIBLE EVANGELISTIC TEMPLE 1104 Pogue 54%5076 Jerry Sparkman, Pastor Sunday School : 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. ,pm p 7".30 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST 1200 N. Lovers Lane .547-$393 Ridmrd Poe, Preadher !arily FRIEND'S CHAPEL $47- 9 Miles West on Highw 33 112 mile south Darrel Osborn, Pastor 466- Sundly Sehool I 0 Morning Worship Choir Practice 6' Prayer and Praise 7".30 Wed. Bible Study 7-.30 IL WCTU & Women's Mlasion..,g e r Meeting, Ist Mondn, 3 p.m, alm Sunday School 9 an. LOST CREEK Morntgg Worship 10 a.m. UNITED METHODIST EveMng Worship 6 p.m. 3 Miles North of Highway 33 Wedaesday Bible Study 7".30 p.m. Highway 177, One Mile West Max Rudd, Minister ,547- EDEN CHAIL Sunday School 9:45 UNITED METHODIST Morning Worship 11 Evening Worship 6".30 Wed. Choir Practice 7".30 2 Males East ot Highway 33-177, 2 Miles North Max Rudd,  54%2102 Morning Worship 9".30 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 a.m. Even Services 6".30 p.m. Choir Practice Wed. 6".30 p.m. Children's Choir 7:15 p.m. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 301 N. Main 547-5111 David Raines, Pastor: Sund School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship II a.m. Evenin8 Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday Family Night 7 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST 500 E. Knipe 54%2494 Larry Wilson, Minister Early Service 8-.30 a.m, Sunday School 9".30 a.m. Second Service 10:50 a.m. Discipleship Training 5 p.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m. Wednesday Worship 7 p.m. CHURCH OF THE FIRST BORN 2 miles north on Hwy. 177, 1/4 miles east 547-54O6 sunday School Sunday Worship Wednesd Eve. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Evening Service Thursday Service 10".30 a.m. :Everyone is weiceme. 7".30 p.m. -HUR. UC MEHAN UNION CttuK ileep Route 4, Box 405, Stillwatef" 74074 918-372t'kins Larry Eslinger, Pastor Radio Mlnsery, KSPI 7".30 Early Worship Service 9:45 Second Worship Service 11 Sunday School 11 Choir Practice 6".30 i Youth Fellowship 7".30 i J Evening Worship 7".30 [303 Tues. Ladies Bible Study 7 f Wed. Bible Study 7".30 Ip . Wed. Youth Choir 7".30 f erk aew t SEVENTH DAY  o.. e 200 West Second 547' 188 Don Baker, Pastor Sabbath School 9".30 rgia Saturday Worship 11 e fe !w l TRINITY COMMUNI'I'Ulati , CHURCH tls R- 3 miles north on Black-top do from Coyle Chnarron Brid Ural lO tier 11iditi 6..30 et,, 7..30 ir d -rgla CHRISTIAN CHURCH OF" PERKINS 121 East Stumbo $47-2004 Jeff Gin, Minister Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. Wednesday Worship 7 p.m. ;torn TRYON hs, a CHRISTIAN UNION ha - Ted Gibson, Pastor , rot Sunday School 1O t  offi Worship Service 11 . Children's Service 5 Youth Meeting 5".30 Church Dinner, 4th Sunday ! FIRST UNITED METHODIST 1005 E. Kirk ' $4%2481 Susan Russ, Minister Rlpley Sund=q School 10 a.m. Suede, Merning Mornlng Wonddp 10:$$ a.m. Smmd, Evening ,youth Program 4".30 p.m. Thursdsy Evening CHRISTIAN COMMUNrr/ CHURCH