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Belongs to the 00ch? News , week it was stated that of the church when we realize irch is more than bricks ards, but rather the j is people. fording to the Scripture, h is a called out assem- Born again believers. In g of that definition, il is a se aspects of the church ' - _^:Be considered That same e no,,,  f believ "  - tff" whi ers is reierrea ,,=,. ,h, e Bible in three ways ....... " church is referred to ST TIOdy of believers. In - .... ]ans 1'22 23 the Bible )an DUll[  - t ,,a,-, .('r nd hath put all thmgs we willl his feet, and gave him - .... a he head over all things aria ttu i- st see u'hurch, which is his body, - - ness of him that filleth aay ana ill" 't's us go " ' church is then the body Lam, Iull , ast on Earth while He" is nag su ive." !aven. The Bible also ine and i of the church as a build- .... :believers Not a build ;et out rx . I and st iwa and ston, but a .  for the Holy Spirit to : as a ca in '- - - - ,, here on Earth h the noJ ld the t ist Corinthians chapter I left it nd verse sixteen states, oad" vye not that ye are the . Z . ,e of God, and that the anna u!Df .-. _ ?" ,- oddwellethin ou can t ge l y ,, ,ho,Y the Word of God .... i t the church as a bride mrougn i _ de is oeen espoused to Jesus [. (2 Corinthians 11:2) It K MAIL ' remembered that this 'earth !ot refer to three differ- " " I ent groups of people, but rather three determinations of the same called out assembly. What then makes one a member of the church? Does one have to make a commit- ment, sign a card, pledge his money, or attend three weeks in a row? The answer to that question is probably the most important piece of information, about the church, a person needs to know. The foundation for the answer is not found in the bylaws of Antioch Baptist, the foundation is not found in the creeds and constitutions of the Methodist, Presbyterian, Church of God or any other assembly. The answer is found in the Bible. Although these and many other churches may dis- agree on various things, one thing that must be agreed on, is how to become a member of the church that is described as a body, a building and a bride. A person becomes a member he is a sinner, and by faith turns to Christ believing in him for their own pernal salvation. (John 3:16, Ephesians 2:8-9) At the instant a person exercises that faith, the Holy Spirit then does the work of salvation. According to 2 Corinthians 5:17, the believer then becomes a new creature. It is the Holy Spirit that places a person into the body of Christ. (I Corinthians 12:13) Although this pastor is Baptist from head to toe, it is plain that the label you wear does not determine where you will spend eternity. If a person has met the con- ditions of salvation laid down in God's Holy Word, then they are a member of the church as the body, the building and the bride of Christ. Every person that attends a local assembly may not be saved. There are those who are on the church roll, but not on Heaven's roll. It is my prayer that one day you will by faith accept Christ as your Savior. In closing may we be reminded of the words of Pastor Ken Trivette, "Every member of A church, may not be a member of THE church, but every member of THE church, should be involved faithfully with A church." ,elieve )pen ' 0 * We 00_ie nd Nine eks Honor Roll Students 00tainounced at Hogansvllle Elementary e following students were Rainey. Lynch, Shakeria Glanton, Le Georied at Hogansville Meridith Sinns, Danielle state- ntary the second nine Fourth Grade Beckom, Dequarius Long, ] Ashley Bullock, JaMichael Ieshia Thrash, David Rutledge, Hopson, Anjanette McDowell, Andrew Shaw, Kimberly Grade Thompson, Kevin Pike, Heather Reason, Zachary Adams, Hashawonn Leslie, ,Courtney Dire, Randy Joey McCard, DeMario Courtney Maxwell, McDowell, Patrick Veal, Willoughby, Latisha Danielle Bowen, Jeff cry Michelle Cannon, Coleman. Bayles, Shakeria Meridith Sinns. Fifth Grade Trisha Watkins, Kristal .............. Whatley, Christy Fincher, Taylor St. Valorie Burke, Matthew White, Smith, Danielle Ashandi Miller, Staeey Wagner, Tiffany Smith, Kyle Jennifer Spradlin, Amber Heather Bishop, Celeste Burke, Ashley Hillary Caswell, Hutchins, April MeClurg. Austin, Toccoa Parker, Dorsey, Jessica DeCrystal Robinson, 00gner, Mayra Vidal. Grade ' Brown, Jason Andrew Williamson, Brittany Smith, Carmen Christen Wheelus, Grade Grade Rhodes, Houston Michelle Townsend, Clay, Jarvis Brown, Reeves. re was Grade ;st highylor Clay, Ashley Harris, saw .00da Jones, Troy Tidwell, ta peb:nal Spradlin, Alicia Lynne, p  aJ Seymour, Gabby ..e an, Laquarius Lesley, Parks, Toni Wheeler, ITHAT.ica Stitcher, Michael .= Are tn, Those students who hadper- fect attendance are: Kindergarten Christopher Dire, Austin Bowen, Sam Austin, Danielle Bonnet, Taylor Lawrence, ShaQuille Long, Jackalin Neese, Taylor , Walker, William Holloway, Shelby Stephen, Matthew Cooper, Meagan Richardson, Shyniece Wilson, Willie Holloway. First Grade Bubba McKeehan, Jacob Owens, Terrance Jackson, Amberly Hall, Kimberly Noles, Cartressca Strozier, Jesse Volk Gibbs, {aa :x McGhee, Sequoyah ssell, Brianne Smith, Jasmine Thrash, Marquis TerreU, Megan Allen, Courtney Jackson, Eric Downs, Derrious Rhodes, Markeshia Sharp. i Second Grade Tyler Gaddy, Courtney Maxwell, Latisha Mitchem, Alicia Bayles, Dominique Zachary Maxwell, Jemard McGhee, Christina Jones, Deontre Harden, Courtney Dire, Shakeela Cousin, Michael Bowen, Randy Bailey. Third Grade Austin Brown, Amanda Jones, Alvieal Godfrey, Tharius Tigner, Jakeva Brown, Bobby Bayles, Megan Seymour, Rodney Law, Kyle Thompson, Deunjay Sasser, Heather Richardson, LaTiya Hopson, Andrew Green, Pierce Cameron, Javatae Brown, Sara Austin, Michael Rainey, Jordon Douglas, Jessica Hatcher, Chaderian Rosser, Racee Smith, Tersheor Tigner, Mayra Vidal. Fourth Grade Ashley Bullock, Wayne Fomby, Eli Jackson, Anjunte McDowell, Keegan Montgomery, Katie Purgason, JaQuita Seaborn, Andrew Shaw, Tacarious Tigner, Kimbrly Thompson, Ashley Tigner, Chris O'Neal, Joey Harper, Hashawonn Leslie, Teresa Watson, Cynthia Jones, DeMario McDowell, Jakila Moss, Kenya Tigner, Patrick Veal, Carmen Wheelus, Brandon Myer, Chelci Beckom, Amber Freeman. Fifth Grade Kevin Singleton, Quadraquis Patterson, Justin Hammett, Ashley Bowen, Lacy Williams, Christy Fincher, Cassie Douglas, Dereck Haynes, Ashley Hutchins, Kristopher Lewis, April McClurg, Jessica Reeves, Curtis Rosser. to His mercy us,.i.that having been by His grace we e heirs," Titus 's thank God daily for and His mercy. they provide for us a Salvation. f God's match- forth from blessed and mercy come died upon that and mercy are blessings given to morning we began our revival with Jeremy Royster. His message, "Now, Remember Your Creator", Ecclesiastes 1-1:9,10; 12:1; Psalm 23; 2 Chronicles 7:14; Exodus 20:1-6 and Rev. 3:15-22. Sunday evening Jeremy continued the morning mes- sage from Rev. 2:15 and Psalm 23: 4-6. Happy birthday wishes are extended to Jessica Shelnutt, Janet Rose and yours truly. And in special memory of Lottie Richardson. Life Anew Each day brings new dis- coveries Of God's unfailing love His mercy and His power His blessings from above. Each day brings new rejoic- ing A plan that's sparkling new We know not what t'will bring us But we know He'll see us through. Each day brings new adven- ture And swiftly it goes by Each day could be that great day We'll meet Him in the sky. Each day brings life anew For He has gven it to us To do our very best To foUow Him in trust. Each day a new discovery A gift from God above A chance to live, forgiven A chance to show His love. Helen Gleason Our deepest sympathy goes and Mrs. Hosiah (Rosetta) out to the family of Mr. Thompson, Sr. on their 48th. We Sylvester Rosser, Jr. of wish them many, many more! Grantville in his death May you Let us continue to pray for rest in peace, our sick and shut-ins: Mrs. Ella Get well wishes go out to RuthOverton, Mrs. Mattie Pearl Mrs. France Beasley of Rosser, Mr. Willie James Sewell, Grantville and Mr. Horace Ms. Lucille Tucker and Mr. Hardaway of Hogansville. Both William Turner. underwent surgery last week. Our deepest sympathy goes out to the family of Mrs. Lucinda Colton of Lone Oak in her death. Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Lennell (Bertha) Colton of St. Marks, who celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on January 21st. Also, happy belat- ed anniversary goes out to Mr. and Mrs. Johnny (Rosa Ann) Shy, who celebrated their 21st on January 29th. We wish them many, many more! We're sorry to report that Mr. Gene Daniel is a patient at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta. We wish him a speedy recovery! Happy anniversary wishes go out to Mr. and Mrs. Larry (Wenonah) Leigh I, who are cel- ebrating their 29th wedding anniversary this week; also, Mr. Birthday greetings to out to: Quantavius Meshawn Addie, son of Ms. Barbara Addie, Tonshalia Sonmecia, daughter of Ms. Tonya Addie, Ms. Virginia Addie, Jennifer Black, grand- daughter of Rev. G.A. Black, Ms. Stephanie Bray, Ms. Alice Burston, Renee Cameron, in memory of Mrs. Ruby Clark, Robin Curry, Mr. Frank Dean, Sr., in memory of Mrs. Mary Hill Dean, Mr. Elman Ford, Mr. David Hammett, Nicole Hutchinson, daughter of Ms. Elizabeth Ringer, John Columbus Jennings, grandson of Rev. J.C. Jennings, Mr. Tim McGhee, Bryant Alexander Philpot, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Stanton (Mary) Millel Sr., Mrs. Dorothy Price, in memo- ry of Mr. Johnson Leigh, Brandon Brooks, son of Mrs. Marcia T. Brooks, Ms. Ola Mae Daniel, Mrs. Gabrielle D. Hines, Mr. Melvin Pace, Mr. Terry Hines, Jr., Ms. Gail Johnson, m memory of Ms. Gertrude Glanton, Mrs. Tracy Parks, wife of Mr. Steve Parks, Mrs. Sarah " Parks, Mr. Homer McKee r. Kelvin Parks, Elliot Rosser son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvir (Marietta) Rosser, Ms. Brenda Sewell, in memory of Mr. John Robert Sewell, Mrs. Robinette R. Stepp, Tasheka Monique, daughter of Ms. Pamela Stepp, Demarcus Melson, grandson of Ms. Martha Ann Overton and Mrs. Ruth Melson, Mrs. Juanita Pace Suttle, Ms. Teddie Thrash, Mr. Randy Stevens and Mr Winfred Tucker. The House of High Time Church, 759 Todd Rd Greenville will sponsor a trit: to the world's largest flea mar ket in Anderson, South Carolina on Saturday, February 19 The charge will be $20.00 per per- son. See or contact Mrs Christine Stinson at 706-672- 4474 Greenville anytime or M Homer McKee at 706-637-973 St. Marks anytime. A bus wil leave from the church at 7:0( a.m. Think about it: The wor.* criticism against you can brim out the best in you. "Blessed is the one who reads the words of this prophe- cy, and blessed are those who hear it and take to heart what is written in it, because the time is near," (Revelation 1:3 NIV). This verse is part of the intro- duction to the Book of Revelation. Many think this book is too difficult to under- stand, but this verse tells us it is a blessing to study this book. The name of the book means to reveal or "an unveiling." Over the next eleven weeks we ara revealing truths from the Book of Revelation in a series entitled "Victory in Jesus; Now and Forever." In February we address Christ's call to faith- fulness. This coming Sunday our lesson reveals "Reasons to be Faithful" to Christ. We want to help people contribute to the church's being faithful to the Lord at all times including times of uncertainty, challenge and difficulty. Thislesson invites us to think about reasons to be faithful. These reasons are because the Lord calls us to faithfulness, the Lord redeemed us, the Lord is com- ing again, and the Lord is wor- thy. Join in receiving a blessing from this study in classes at 10:00 a.m. and as we praise Christ's blessed name in" 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. worship serv- ices at 407 Askew Avenue in HogansviUe. Women of all ages are wel- come to join in faithful service to the Lord at our WMU General Meeting on Tuesday, February 8 at 7:00 p.m. PINE MOUNTAIN AUCTION CENTER, LLC Pine Mountain, GA, GAL #2661 AUCTION Sunday, February 6th 1:00 PM EST 706-663-8552 . 800-638-9610 SPECTACULAR ESTATE AUCTION 1850 to Present , Estate of Mrs. Frances Callaway Aldrich of Talbotlon, Georgia (1911 - 2000). Items are from two houses. First one is Mrs. Tinnie Frances Jenkins Smith who moved here in 1889. This house was built for Lazarus Straus, who started "Macy's of Fifth Avenue." The second house was built in 1911. The first Chancellor of the University of Georgia (Benjamin Hill) was born in this house. The entire estate is being offered for auction by Dr. Robert Aldrich, professor at the University of Sidney, Australia. All items from both homes plus items from the slave house, barn, smokehouse, playhouse, and carriage house are to be auctioned. Lots of documentation goes along with a lot of the items. This will only be a small listing of the hundreds of items. METAL TOYS (some still in original boxes), MECHANICAL TOYS - DISNEY ITEMS - Black memorabilUa "ALABAMA COON JIGGER" plus others; 2 "KEWPIE" dolls - Other dolls, jewelry, fans, mesh purses, pocket watches and knives. Early calendars, some complete, quilts (with date ,, art rugs, ink wells, fountain pens, lunch boxes, 1884 "SPRING- FIEI. '" musket, crocks, pottery chums, clocks, linens, canes, vintage clothing, sheet music advertising items, GLASSWARE all colors of depression glass, Blue Ridge, Homer Laughlin, Nippon, Bavarian, Hull, Royal Bayreuth, salts with glass spoons, salt and pepper shakers, baby items. PRIMITIVES, pie safes, wardrobes, blanket chests, spool furniture, buggy seat, UNBELIEVABLE FURNITURE, Oak hall tree, drop front secretary, 6 matching chairs, rockers, Eastlake furniture, 4 poster canopy bed over 8 feet (circa 1800). Several bedroom suites with 8 ft. head boards, some with matching marble top dressers and washstands, 3 Empire sofas with matching pieces, goose neck rocker, oak dining tables, oak bear foot server, ice box, spool cabinet, blanket chest made by the "JUNIPER CASKET CO.," Empire game table, unusual secretary over 8 ft. tall (must see--we haven't been able to identify the wood) "NATIONAL BISCUIT CO" oak shelves. The list goes on and on. DON'T MISS THIS AUCTION. YOU WILL WANT TO OWN A PIECE OF HISTORY. Everything is from the Estate (No Additions) Williams Insurance Agency of Hogansville is combining with Williams Insurance Agency (C.J. Williams & Assoc., Inc.) of LaGrange. The location of the LaGrange office is 301 Broome Street - Suite 101. Our mailing ad00iress is P.O. Box 1687, LaGrange,Georgi00 30241. Our telephone number is (706) 882-5566.This transaction will: take effect on February 1, 2000. We will continue to serve you with the same efficiency and friendliness. We appreciate your friendship! and business! Staff of Williams Insurance Agency