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Abemnantp "LINSEED COMPOUND" for Coughs, Holds, and Bronchial troubles. 9J., 1/lt. A. D. Jones, Duke Street, Aberdare, for- Royal Enfield Cycles. BETHEL. Bethel Welsh Baptist Church held its annual preaching ser- vices on Sunday and Monday. Revs. Foseph Edwards, B.A., Aberystwyth, late )f Ynysybwl, and B. James, Cwmtwrch, (fficiated on Sunday, and they were oined by Rev. W. Sanders, Pontycym- ner, on Monday. On Sunday afternoon fr. Edwards and Mr. James preached to L large and interested congregation. The 'ormer based a well-reasoned discourse m Heb. iv., 14, "Seeing then that we lave a great High Priest, that is passed .nto the heavens, Jesus the Son of God, .et us hold fast our profession." The preacher aid it mattered not who the writer was. Certain it was that he had i very lofty conception of Jesus. As a rule the men who thought most highly )f Jesus, also thought highly of {heir fel- Low beings. In the text the author ex- torted the people to follow and cling to lesus. It was necessary in those days to press this exhortation, and unfortun- ately it was necessary to-day.—Rev. B. James followed with an eloquent sermon an "The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, etc. Isaiah 40, 3, 4 and 5.— On Sunday evening both preachers again occupied the pulpit. Mr. Edwards' theme was Peace," based on Matthew 5, 9, "Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called the children of God. Mr. James' text was taken from Jere- -j mi ah. He incidentally dealt with the pleasures of the people, and expressed a 3 fear that even members of churches pre- J ferred the Skating Rink to the prayer í meeting. One of the greatest sins in the 1 world was pride, and perhaps it was the least condemned.






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