The Calumet Chieftain (Calumet, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 5, 1918 Page: 2 of 8
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LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 8
CMuy be used with temperance applica-
LKSSON TEXTS—I Kirms 21:1-29; Kplie-
GOLDEN TEXT—Have no fellowship ]
with the unfruitful works of darkness. I
but rather reprove them. Kplieslans 6:11.
DEVOTIONAL. READING—Romans 12: i
21 to 13:10.
ADDITIONAL, MATERIAL FOR
TEACHERS—Deuteronomy 9:18; Psalms I
W:18; Luke 4:1-13; 19:41-48; Romans 7:14; S: !
14; II Timothy 4:2.
The robbery and murder of Naboth
is one of the darkest of human deeds.
Failure to recognize the righteousness
of Naboth's position, und to master his
own personal selfish desires, resulted
in this dark deed.
I. A Notable Example of the Tri-
umph of Evil (I Kings 21:1-U'J).
1. Allah's covetousness (vv. 1-0).
Near the king's palace lay a plot of
ground belonging to a simple farmer
which Aliab sellishly longer for. Na-
both, loyal to the law of (Jod and exer-
cising liis personal rights, refused to
part with it, though the king offered
him what it was worth, or even a bet-
ter one in exchange. With Naboth it
was not a mutter of money value, but
of loyalty to God and his fathers. It
doubtless would have been gain to him
to have complied with Allah's desire,
for lie offered its worth in money, or a
better one in exchange. Naboth put
principle before worldly gain, or even
a reputation with the king. Ahab in-
stead of conquering bis selfishness
sulkily refused to eat.
2. Jezebel's wicked plot (vv. 5-10.)
When she found Ahab pouting she
took matters into her own hands. (1)
She taunted Aliab (v. 7). A weak man
cannot stand to be taunted, especially
by a woman. (2) A mock trial given
(vv. 8-13). The charge made against
Naboth was false. They played the
hypocrite. His death was secured un-
der the pretense of justice. Jezebel
desired Naboth out of the way, so she
secured false witnesses against him.
(3) He was stoned to death (v. 13).
(4) Jezebel informs Ahab of Naboth's j
death, und instructs him to take pos- j
session of the vineyard (vv. 14-10).
3. The doom announced (vv. 17-20).
(1) By whom—Elijah (vv. 17. 18). j
At the command of the Lord, Elijah,
who had fled from Jezebel, goes to
meet the king as he entered upon the
possession of Naboth's vineyard. He
went to take possession but could not.
(iod always finds a man to bring to the
sinner the fruit of his wrongdoing.
(2) What it was (vv. 19-20). (a) A
Phumeful death (v. 19). The dogs
were to lick his blood in the plact*
where they licked the blood of Na-
both. There is a retributive justice in
the judgments which God metes out to
sinners. "Whatsoever a man soweth,
that shall he also reap" (Gal. 0:7).
Jezebel was to share a like fate. The
sinner should be nssured that his sin
will find him out. (b) Obliteration of
posterity (vv. 21, 22). It was best
that the children of such a man should
be cut off so that there might be an
end to such a wicked dynasty. It
would seem that the world lias now
come to such a state as this. The dy-
nasty which is responsible for the
blood and sorrow of the world at this
time would better end and its poster-
ity be obliterated from the earth.
4. Ahab's repentance (vv. 27-29).
Through his humiliation he gained
a respite from judgment. God allowed
him to go for awhile before he permit-
ted the judgment to fall upou him. A
few years later he was slain in the
battle of Ramoth-Gilead (chapter
II. How to Overcome Evil (Eph.
1. By separation from it (v. 11). The
only way to overcome evil Is to refuse
fellowship with it, to withdraw from
it. Lot, who had entered into fellow-
ship with the Sodomites, was overtaken
with disaster; Ijut Abraham, who was
separated from it, was able to deliver
2. By reproof (v. 11). It is not
enough to merely refrain from prac-
ticing evil. No neutral position is pos-
sible. There must be victory over it;
it must be defeated. Autagonism of
the evil is necessary.
3. By watchfulness (v. 14).
Living in the light of Christ is nec-
essary in order to overcome evil. De-
ception is on every band.
4. By a circumspect walk (vv. 15,
Pitfalls are all about us. To walk
j without looking about us is most fool-
ish, because the evil one is on the
alert, doing his best to cause us to
5. By a sober life (v. 18).
6. By being filled with the Holy
Spirit (v. 18).
What The Packers
Do For You
Not very many years ago in the
history of the world, the man that lived
in America had to hunt for his food,
or go without.
Now he sits down at a table and
decides what he wants to eat; or his
wife calls up the market and has it sent
home for him. And what he gets is
Everyone of us has some part in
the vast human machine, called
society, that makes all this conven-
The packer's part is to prepare
meat and get it to every part of the
country sweet and frjsh—to jbtain it
from the stock raiser, to dress it, cool
it, ship it many miles in special refrig-
gerator cars, keep it cool at distrib-
uting points, and get it into the
consumer's hands — your hands —
through retailers, all within about
For this service—so perfect and
effective that you are scarcely aware
that anything is being done for you—
you pay the packers an average profit
of only a fraction of a cent a pound
above actual cost on every pound of
meat you eat.
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Father (to youthful son)—Now
look here, my laddie, if you ever do
:liat again I'll make you smart for it.
Son—You can't do it. Teacher says
I was born stupid, and no power on
?arth can make me smart. He says
;hat I come of a stupid family.
Father—What! I'll go and see that
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Penn, S. A. The Calumet Chieftain (Calumet, Okla.), Vol. 11, No. 6, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 5, 1918, newspaper, September 5, 1918; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc168173/m1/2/: accessed October 16, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.