Our Brother in Red. (Muskogee, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 12, Ed. 1 Monday, August 1, 1887 Page: 4 of 16
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OU It BROTHER IN RED.
we give on another paj^e a notice, clip
ped from an old copy of the Western
Methodist, of the Indian Mission Con-
ference, together with a subjoined let-
ter from Sister Kavanaugh.
THE MUSKOGEE DISTRICT
Deak Brother Brewer:—I have
just returned from our District meeting
at Springfield. The brethren voted
that I send you a brief acount for
Our Brother in Red:
The Conference met Thursday, July
7, Presiding E der Clark in the chair.
Brother G. W. Tiger was elected sec-
Muskogee Station Brother J. 0.
Shnaks reports to be in a prosperous
condition—their protracted meetings
during the year resulting in 15 con-
versions and 11 accessions. Harrell
Institute was represented, and resolu-
tions of endorsement and support were
passed. It was resolved also that Our
Brother in Red be issued weekly.
Brother Bradley, of the Okmulgee
Circuit, brought in a good report. Pub-
lic worship aud all the social meetings
of the Church well attended. The
older members are somewhat wavering,
but the younger are standing firm.
Encouraging progress in his charge.
Eufaula Station was represented by
Hev. S. W. Rogers, the pastor, Brother
Shapard being absent on account of
sickness. One protracted meeting dur-
ing the year, several accessions and con-
versions, enjoyable semi-monthly class-
meetings, successful Sunday-School.
Brother Moses Sawyer, of South
Canadian Circuit, reports good attend-
ance upon public worship aud the so-
cial meetings of the Church; and the
baptism of children well attended to.
He has had four conversions.
Brother Jimboy, Springfield Circuit,
gives a most interesting aud encourag-
ing report as to attendance upon the
social meetings of the Chu rch and pub-
lic worship. His members have paid
their assessment for minis erial support
by hiring themselves out to split rails
and build fences. They have paid in
full. Jimboy is a faithful pastor.
A number of accessions reported
from Sa-sak-wa Circuit. All assess-
ments paid in full.
Brother Frank Gonden, of Concharte
[Circuit, reports that his people are be-
coming more established in the faith.
Brother Little, of Seminole Circuit,
was absent, and hence we had but a
meagre report from his charge. \V«
hear well, however, of him aud his
work. He was not present on account
of having cut his foot very seriously.
The meeting was a benediction to us
all. The Holy Spirit was with us, aud
there was a number of conversions and
accessions. We believe the District is
progressing in spiritual life and power,
aud this is manifest in the interest shown
in all the enterprises of the Church, the
growing purpose of the churches to
meet their assessments even though
they have to split rails and build fences
at meagre wages.
J. J. Methvin.
Sa-sak-wa, I. T., July 13, 1887.
Section V. * 5X. Of the Church Con-
Translated into the Creek language by David
titten Warke. Kmekmipvlke Ennvho•
* 58. Vpolikv. Etnekusapvlkeennv-
kvftetv maketvt nake esvhetskvt ome-
V'ljnpnsketv 1. Emekusapvlke vtekat
omvlkvt momen ohrulope vrahkv me-
kusapvlke ennvkvftetv vfullvlke vte-
kat hase vrahkv vhamkvtvntunetenv-
kvftvranet omes. Hvtvm muokat kvn-
tvtskv vrahkv hase esvtutcenate melletv
vckvvyen erkenvkvarvt emekusapvlk
enuvkvftetvn enfvyatvt esliket omvres.
Estofvto estomis mekusapvlke sulke-
mahat momvre here vtekat tenvkvf tec-
etetayet omes. Momis nettveako hvt-
hayvtke mekusvpkv tvlemen emvnvt
Vyupusketv 2. ()hrolope vrvhkv me-
kusapvlke ennvkvftetv enhoyanofvn
ohrolope omvlkvn cokvhayv hvmken-
etem vrkv vevkvyen huerihoevranet
omes. momen mvt vtutketv mekusvpkv
ohfvtcv estomet ayvten omat cokvn es-
ohkerkuecet eslicvtet hvse svtutcene
nvkvftv ranofvn emvhlvpvtket vohfv-
tcv. Teseplen emeyackv vckvyen ohro-
lope vrvhkv mekusapvlke ennvkvftetv
ofvohceyvranate tetakuetcepetestoh rv-
kpalet omvres. Este mekusvpkv ohv-
pake vtekat heren hocefhoky §tewi-
heke heren nettv vhonkvtkvn kerku-
sen acawet tetakuecet vrahrvkv esker-
ken oravranet omes. Erkenvkv fek-
honuv. Tekvlke erkenvkvlke. Este
hvtketis este ena lvstetis momen este
catvlke tis aeawe vtekat heren eskerkv
hayaranet omes. Momen papteavni
momen sulkat emofv etepvkviis ocen
omat etewihekeu omvres. Momen em-
ekusvpkv cuko vtehkateu hiCsfhokvn
cokvn esoh kerkucet omet erkenvkvn
talemene asemvranet omes.
Vyvpusketv 3. Etenvkaftevtekat me-
kusapvlke en hocefhokvn oh huehoket
omvres estomet oinekvs komhoye kot
orae vtekat. Momen mekusapvlke en-
nvkvftetv omofvn este esossis monkat
nake etvt omecicen eheckuecekis hvee
palen hokkoloh kakas ores mvomakat
hocefhokvn ohvslehocvres momis mvt
orekot emunken estem eheckueh cet oh
vpvkvyet emunkes maket eoh ker ku-
ecetvlken etemvrkv vevkvyen eoh
vpvke hahoyet omvres.
Vyopusketo 4. Heyvhiyomkatetpum
vtutketvt omes komet eten kerrvk hoy-
I. Vyopnskefa aevwetv.
1st. Espoke etenvkaftvte vtekat er-
kenvkvlke emvtotketv ohfvtcv akerku-
2d. Cuko vfastvlketis.
3d. Nettvcaku cokvheckvohfatcvtis.
4th. Stuvt monkat mv emekusvpkv-
cuko Stuvtvlke sasat oh fvtevtis.
II Nakaftetv ofvn vpohkvt hakvres.
1st. Emekusvpkvcuko vtehkvlke es-
temerkvlke emvnickv ohfatcvn estomet
2d. Erkenvkv monkat nake etimvtis
emekusvpkv ohfvtcv momen ohrolope
vrahkv erkenvkvlake ennvkvftetv cvto-
kunap vtelokv vpohkv hay vte ohfvtctis
heyv emekusvpkvcuko likat vcevlle-
3d. Pum memeku8vpkv cokv esoh-
ker kvte ocat etetaket ohmen ohonvkv
ohvtvlaken hayet nettvcaku cokvhec-
kvtis monkat nake elv emvtotketvn es-
5th. Pumofv emekusvpkvcuko en-
yekcen em ohvtvlaye mohmen klist
ohfvtcv vnokeckvn estohmet ohvtvlvke
Vyopusketv 5. Heyv vhakv hiyome
ocat ohvketeckvt aoen oketv vcvpket
ohvtvlaket out omen omat enhomahtvt
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Brewer, Theodore F. Our Brother in Red. (Muskogee, Indian Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 12, Ed. 1 Monday, August 1, 1887, newspaper, August 1, 1887; Muskogee, Indian Territory. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc234374/m1/4/: accessed August 15, 2020), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.