Colony Courier (Colony, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 26, 1917 Page: 4 of 8
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|vuy THURSDAY AT COLONY. OKLAHOMA
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JULY 26 1017, _
Does God Re|»nt?
We.read in Malaobf 8:6—_____________
For I am lha Lord, I change Lmi it* grieving Him at Hi* heart.
from #in to rightaonanea#.
As to Jehovah’s repenting «'f
having D'-Oile man on the earth
nut," and in Jamala 1:17 Every
good gift and every perfect gift
I* from almva, and oometh down
from the Vat her of lights, with
th}a too ia neoeaailatwd hf Ibe
unchanging aliiimle ol Ghd to-
ward Bill. If Ooi) duett not repent
(change Ilia mind about nin, Hie
a bom ia no variablaneae, neither I attitude toward tin) and if man*
shadow of turning, and 1 8am
tial lfi;8tt "And aiao the Strength
t f (areal will not lit nor repent
for Ha ia not a man that He
ainnild repent.'' Blit in appar-
wiokedlieae hecomea gM at,, tlien
God’* imrepeiiting, unchanging
hatred of ain necessitates that
the man whom He has created,
who has fallen into sin *0 great
eirtly flat contradict ion of thoae I and so ahhoreut to Himself should
we raad ill Jonah 8:10 "And Gmi
asw their worka, that they turn-
ed from from their evil way;
end Hod repented of tin* evil
that Ha had said that He would
do unto them, and He did it not
and in Genesis 8:6 “Ami it ie
pouted the Lord that He had
made man on Hie earth, and it
g -ievad Him at His In art
llera H nut only aajs “it. repent
laMIqtt hut, it grieved Hiiu at
heoome the object of great grief
to Him, and that He shoiriM turn
from His creative dealings with
man to His destroying daulings
with man. This was necessitated
by man’s sin. An unchangeable
holy God must destroy man win
hua become to hopelessly sunken
III ail! The only condition upon
which He could spare him would
!»n Unit God Himself change from
the holiness of Ilia character as
THB COUPS V CCUSIBS
Town and Country.
Oscar L. Smith formerly of
this place is serving as Ueptlfy
Mr. and Mra Geo. Uilger are
spending a few weeks louring
Mrs. Elli-oo of Hristow, Gkla.
is yniiling Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Haws ami family
Mr. and Mrs. A. A Ward and
family are visiting in Snyder.
Mr. and Mm W F. T.avinder
of Cloud Chief Visited friends III
this vicinity the first of the week,
Mr. K. King spent several da.va
in the aoiitheasi part of the state.
Mr. and Mrs. P M. Hiley and
Mr. Clyde ltiley are spending
few days si Medicine Pork.
Mr. and Mra. K K. Biink and
family returned Priday from s
three weeks visit in” South 11s
kota. Their daily lit* r Mary who
lias been attending school up
there accompanied th«-m homo.
Mrs HenrvG. igtr form rly ot
this place i>ut now ■> f Potstarn
Oklahoma visited fri* uds a n *1
relatives liere I he past we,i k.
• w ft II I •
liilfltekrt,” Now this appears toLt vyrtH when ||,. created him to
contradiction, What is
f^plsna imi? . ...... -
’tftie explanation is ilia! what I appears at llie liist glimpi*e like
- 1 . I ,a ... .. *4. |.UB.llv lilt
become an unholy* God.
So again we see that
For some reason Wnahiia Go.
has not posted fhe seriul numbers
of those registered, o ii r couriti* H
in this ntsle and ol her states
published the lists two weeks ago
but our Washila Co le>.\ * are kept
iu the dark or must go in Cordell
to tind out.
Our otlicials shoo'd get busy
aild give the boys a «lumen to/
make their urrang* merits liefoie
they are called.
the Arlt ant of
a Hal contradiction is really M»
idiitradiction at all but an aid lie
agreement hi fact aim thought
Iiltween passages tliat seem to
oantrudict in wor*la.
1*. M J.
A Glean up Gampaigu is to in
started iu Golony at once. Law
absolutely true, that flod ia ah-
aolntely unchangeable, He h
the same yesterday at d today
aud forever.” (lleintws 18 ;8)
but the second class of pa, sages is
«l«o true, for if God does lemsin
thi*sain«in character,* intimtelj
hating am arid absolutely urn wwo ,
clMiigeable in His purpose to visit ba,a|„.rH tUe notice,
sin with judgement, then if any
efty or any person changes in at
IHllde toward aio, God louai
liMueeearily change in hisattitudr
toward that person or city. ll
Gird remains thf* same, if Ills at-
titude toward ain and righteous-
ness ia unchanging, tin n must
Ilia dealings with men change
a* they turn from sin to repen-
tance. II<a cliaracei remains
ever the name, but His dealings
.with men change aa they change
from the positiou-thal ia hateful
to Hi* Unchanging hulled of sill
I * one that is pleasing to His
unchanging | ,veof rightcourness.
We lua.v lliuslrate lids by
the d tract loll of a lalivui.V slat.op
ill it remains statu.nary, relulive
!*• a tialu that moves along the
li’ick in front uf the station.
Whan ilav train Oegina to
move M is lo4io* east of llie sta-
Iion (say), hill as the tram moves
West Waid it is soon west of llie
station. TluJ only way in which
tha station could maintain tin
Hie same direction relative to the
m iviug train would lie liy moving
as Hie train moves If the sta-
tion is niiciiangwuMe in its post-
i ini, its diisctioo (dative to the
(lain must (hmga as the train
moves, rio it is with-God’s atli*,
tude toward man. If God r»-
matns uuchangealile in His char-
acter, Hie purpose aud His pnsi
tion, tin'll us a mail moves from
ain to righteousness, God’s atti
tilde relative to that loan uniat
« langc. t'liv very fact (hat Hod
does not repaid (change (Iis mind
(hat He remains always the name
ill Hie attitude toward ain, tnakea
it neceisary that God alinuld re-
pent ill Hie conduct (change Ilia
Heelings with man) a* they luru
By Our ladgla Cars*. Rapaitar
All uf OlinUm Gheyennes and
Oniony Cheyennes have gone to
Little Hearts near Watonga to
attend ilia Willow Dance, the
dance will commence this week
and will *nd about last of the
week. Pale Faces of Watonga
are putting up cold drink stands
and meat marketn on the ground
Indians will have lota of money
to buy meat and cold drinks.
Otto Hunts and his Kiowa
family have been visiting around
Colony for several days in Golony
They stopped at Bicheas house,
Albert Grow look them home in
his car to Kiows country.
Two Grows waa very sick at
Oliver Barbers place for several
duye, It seems no one look care
of him «o Mr Kincude went out'
after him and brought hint in
ids car. The old mao was very
had oil but is now belter and the
old man is lip aud going around.
.1 allies Monroe is acting Police
io Bear Bows place while Bear.
B'.w and family are attend nig the
Willow Dance at Watonga.
Wtitan art I Ids wife Big Face
went to Onnclin when Blanch was
m hospital. Blanche got good
deal better down there so they
iimu^ht her home Dr Witt
tin* Pale Face Medicine Man of
Segar School will look after
Mary Thunder Bull and her
WO daughters tyellie House nnd
Lilly Washee have gone to Wa-
tonga to take in the Willow
Grceping B<*nr and wife Bald
Head are hauling some brush
from Washita to build summer
house on hill err'd, o f Colony.
Creeping Bear says he wants cool
place to sleep and tat-.
For SaU-6 Lots, opposite
Rural Phono office, See,
Riley, at Wauchope’i
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MB ONCB AT THB
CITY BARBER SHOP.
Bring Your Rsaora and Hava
HARRISON LANE, Prop.
Cook’s Lineoleum at
Colony Mercantile Co
We Will Sell at Public Auction on
Saturday After noon 3 ^ clock
A Large amount of Galvanized Iron
Roofing, several lengths.
Seger& Brink. Colony, Okla.
Holly & Company
Fresh Meat, Cured Meat and Lard, at all times.
•i. Flah and Oyatars In Saason.
Hides and Furs Bought. Your Patronage Solicited.
The Faat—Payne garage
unloaded a carload tf Max
well car* Tuesday. Those
wishing cars should put in
their orders at once as these
cars have been advanced n
price $60.00 since July 1st.
But this shipment will b
sold at the old price.
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