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4 - January 21, 2021 .5 COMMUNITY! The opinion, page does not‘reflect the views of the KyNewsGroup. L; '~ Let’s Reason Together By Alton Norman Owingsville Church of Christ Oaths (3) Moses’ Law said, “When you make a vow to the Lord your God, you shall not delay to pay it; for they Lord your God will surely require it of you, and it would be a sin toyou’i (Deuteronomy 23:32). But Jesus said, “Swear not‘at ' all...(simply) let your ‘yes’ be yes and your ‘no’ be no, for whatever is more than these is from the evil one” (Matthew 5:33-37). Why didJesus change the Law of jMoses? Perhaps the Vintage School Memo- ries From The Good old Days by Kathleen Perry A younger friend told me that I’m not old....I’m “vin- tage”. I like that. It also like to talk about the, “good old days”. Doesn’t everybody? Take school, for exam- ‘ plei- With our local schools all set to begin the school year in a few days on Au- , gust 9th, it makes one won- der what was wrong with the start-up-day being the day after Labor-Day-week— end many years ago. I be- lieve that every year of my schooling, grades 1-12, that’ s the way it was. That’s practically a month’s difference in thenandnow.“ School was a joy for me, and- even though Phat} to walk a mile every day com- ing, and going, I hardly ever missed a day! I don’t remember but very few days that the school was closed on account of bad weather either. One of my favorite “good old. days” memories is when I learned to read. Jews of Jesus’ day were just like we are when it comes to oaths, vows, and saying, “I solemnly swear. . .”. Sometimes during my lunch break, I watch “Peo- ple’s Court” on TV. The show claims to be a real court case and each one begins with both “parties raising their right hand and swearing to tell the truth. But one of the litigants is lying, and the judge must decide which one lied un- der oath. Perjury is crime punishable under law, but people regularly solemnly Just seeing those ABC’s turn into words, and then ‘ into sentences, changed my life forever! I still love to read and am still fasci- nated by all the places it takes me! . My early school days have left me with many memories. For instance, one frosty fall morning my brother Dink, who is a cou- ple of years older than me, took an “empty” hor- net’s‘nest to school. Imag- ine the excitement when the school room warmed up and so did the “empty” hornets nest! It’s funny now but not-so back then! I think I was in the fifth or sixth grade when I had a problem with two bigger girls who got their kicks :5: put of making my life mis- erable at recess. (Nowa- .._.naays it’s called bullying, an age old problem.) But I handled it myself. Idon’t know Where I got the 3 cents for a postage stamp, but I wrote and mailed a letter to our School Super- intendent, (you all know who she was), describing my problem. In a couple of days the two girls and SUBSCRIBE TODAY! CALL 606-674-9994 ’Pole Barns ' Garages 0 Horse Barns H Metal Roofs . Concrete Flatwork . call for a Hit! Quote Emmott-sin 57§6 Wallingford Rd., Flomingsburg, KY 9 www.mountainviewmetal.com 'y‘ VVVVV’V v .\ a s > b 2 N 0k ath County News-Outlook(USPS 045260) is published. ' every Thursday by L j ., :M.C. Investments d/b/a/ BathCounty NeWs—Outlook, 71 Miller Dr., QWingsville, KY40360 EPOSTMASTER: Send addresschanges toBath County News Outlook, PO Box 577, Owingsville, 40360 Members of the Press Association Zlhe International Society ,of Weekly Newspaper Editors 2013 SUBSCRIPTION RATES $25.00 for year in Badi County, $30.00 elsewhere in Kentucky and $35.00 out of state. Subcriptions includevsales tanwhere applicable. All subcritions a ble in advance. ' 5410 E. Hwy. 60 East, Owingsville ' 606-261-9263 swear to tell the truth and then lie to their own ad- vantage. Very few people tell the truth to their own hurt; but if one would en- ter the presence of God, he would have to “swear to his own hurt and not change” (Psalm 15:1-5). A simple “yes” or “no” told truthfully is better than a lie spoken . under oath. The Jews of Jesus’ day were just like us — they swore to God and then made loopholes to allow for lies.‘They said, “Whoever swears by the temple, it is VER THE HIL I were called inside to the teacher’s desk Where we had a letter read to us from the Superintendent. Those girls never bothered me again. The one thing I learned from that little epi- sode was to “go to the top”. Another memory is the following. For days we had studied the States and their Capitols. Test day came and went. Abreeze. Imag- ine my surprise when I got my test paper back with ONE incorrect answer. For Kentucky I had written Franklin instead of Frank- fort. I can laugh about it now, but not then. ‘ Our little rural school, nothing; but who swears by the gold of the temple, he is obligated to perform it...but Jesus said, He who swears by the temple swears by it and by Him who dwells in it” (Matthew 23:16—22). In the context of Matthew chapter 23, Jesus said people who take oaths frivolously are “blind fools” and hypocrites. Oh, how foolish we are to think we can lie to men and be pleasing to God! Thank you for reason- ing with me. Cold Cave near Scran- ton, had a lunchroom in it where I was called on often to help get the lunch ready. On rare occasions we had big cabbage heads which had to be cut up really thin to make coleslaw. That was my job. For my assistance in the lunch room I was giv- en a free lunch! Saved my family ten cents every day! The old Cold Cave School building is gone now, thanks to Cave Run Lake, but I still have mem- ories that not even a lake can wash away or cover up! Don’t you? MAINTENANCE POSITION Bath County Water District will be accepting. ap- plications until 4:30 pm. Friday, February 12, 2021 7 for Maintenance Position. This is an exceptional local job opportunity, with great benefits and room to move up in a career environment. Duties include but not limited to the following: meter maintenance and grounds keeping, good record keeping is a priority other duties may be required. Require- ments: A valid driver’s license, High School Di- ploma or GED, after two years on the job required to complete schooling and testing to obtain a Class II Water Distribution License from Kentucky Divi- sion of Water, pay increase after passing test. Applications may be picked up at the Bath County Water District’s Office, 21 Church Street, Salt Lick, . Kentucky Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 pm. If you have any questions about this Maintenance Position feel free to call the district office at 606-683-6363. “Bath County Water District is An Equal Opportunity Employer. flan/e yon. Thank you to all who helped in any way during the loss of our dear mother and grandmother, Marie Oakley. It’s never easy to lose a loved one, but during the Christmas season, it was especially diffic‘ult. Thank you to Bro. Mark Caldwell and Bro. Lowell Rice for their com-‘ forting words and'for the folks and Richardson Funeral Home for their excellent service. We also appreciated very much the meal after the funeral provided (COVlD-style) by the joint efforts of the Mudlick Church of God and the Owingsville Church of God. Thanks for all the food that was brought to the house, the cards, the phone calls, and your thoughts and prayers. Our sorrow was easier to bear because of your kindness. WE ENCOURAGE The Oakley Family LETTERS TO THEEDITOR Bath County News-Outlook welcomes letters to the editor: Letters must be signed and include a daytime phone number for confirmation. Unconfirmed letters and unsigned letters will not be published. Phone numbers are not ' published. We reserve the right to deny publication of letters and to edit letters for content. The deadline for letters to’the editor is 5 pm. Friday. Send letters to: Editor, Bath County News-Outlook PO. Box 577 . Owingsville, KY 40360 I Letters may also be e-mailed to: cecil@kynewsgroup.com However, if e-mail is used, the sender should call 606-674-9994 to confirm ‘ that the letter was received. HOW TO REACH US Mailing address: P.0. Box 577, Owingsville, KY 40360 Phone: 606-674—9994 o Fax: 859.239-4000 For news email: cecil@kynewsgroup.com For advertising email: peti‘ea@kynewsgroup.com News Outlook hurch Services Directory Abounding Grace Oakla First Church of God Assembly of God 215 Old Oakley Road, Owingsville 91 Banker St., Owingsville Randy Hawkins Wes Crouch, Pastor Olympia Church of God V 5583 East Hwy. 36, Olympia Billy Hunt, Pastor Aguas Tranquilas Centro deAdorucion/ Still Waters Worship Center 177 Jackson Cemetary Road, 01d Springfield Church Owingsville 3569 Springfield Rd. Keith Willoughby Pastor Bro. ‘Roy Stacy Services are 3:00PM on Sunday Bath County FirstApostolic ‘ Owingsville Baptist Church Church 1226 McCarty Branch Rd 92 Coyle Street, Owingsville Salt Lick, Ky. 40361 Chris Bailey, Minister Pastor Daniel Flanery Owingsville Church of Christ Bailey’s Chapel 5410 Highway 60 East Christian Church Alton Norman, Minister 2429 Water-Dell Road, Owingsville Owingsville First Ryan Utterback, Minister Christian Church 11 East Main St., Owingsville Bethel Christian Church Sean Bailey, Minister 518 Bethel Ridge Road, Bethel Owingsville First Church of God Rev. Richard Anderson 320 Slate Ave, Owingsville Lowell Rice, Minister Bethel Methodist Church 142 Bethel School Lane, Bethel Owingsville United Methodist Church 75 West Main St., Owingsville Blevins Valley Daniel Burch, Pastor Christian Church 1418 Blevins Valley Road, Pebble Church of God Owingsville (Cleveland Assembly) Russell Ingram, Minister I 4857 Oakley Pebble Road, Owingsville Church of Jesus Christ Franklin Rose, Pastor of Latter Day Saints Hwy. 36, Owingsville Bishop Jason Purdy Peeled Oak Christian Church 2592 Howard Mill/Pooled Oak Road, Owingsville City of Refuge Bill Teegarden, Minister Full Gospel Church 39 Sour Spring Road, Polksville Church of God Olympia 6275 East Hwy. 60, Salt Lick Mike Munday, Minister Ralph White, Minister Preston First Church of God 7184 Preston Rd, Owingsville Terry Frerichs, Pastor Reynoldsville Christian Church 943 East Fork Road, Sharpsburg Doug Routt, Pastor Cornerstone Baptist Church 36 Cherry Lane, Salt Lick Jayson Minix, Minister East Fork Church of God 4428 East Fork Road, Owingsville Billy Hmon’ Minister Salt Lick Christian Church 109 Church Street, Salt Lick Fairview Christian Church Calvih Linden, Minister 3064 South Hwy. 11, Sharpsburg Morgan Gilty, Minister Salt Lick First Church of God 412 Main Street, Salt Lick Vernon Lambert, Mlmster 767 Main Street, Sharpsburg Dr- Andy Wyant, Minister be" Free Will Baptist Church 6367 US 60 East , Salt Lick Grace Gospel Tabernacle Audy Lands, Pastor 91 Wyoming Road, Owingsville Steve Meadows, Minister St. Julie s Catholic Church 77 East Main Street, Owingsville Father Arturo Molina Greater First Baptist Church B in Grimes, D e a c o n 247 Montgomery St., Sharpsburg Tony LI Weathers, Pastor Sharpsburg Baptist Church _ 575 Main Street, Sharpsburg Hedrick’Community Church Shane Henry" Pasmr 5308 Old Sand Road, Salt Lick Randall Jackson, Minister Sharpsburg Christian Church 241 Main Street, Sharpsburg Johnny Baber, Minister K endall Springs . . psburg Worship Center "fouls: 468 Main Street, Sharpsburg 3072 Kendall Springs, Paula Smith Pastor Owingsville ’ “5°” “be” Minister Slate Valley Christian Church 2563 Wyoming Road, Owingsville Lakwiew Gregg Whitt, Minister Church 581 Cave Run Lake Rd., Salt Lick Rev. Eddie Dennison, Pastor Stulltown Community Church 10219 Stulltown Road, Preston Les Ingram, Minister Midland First Church of God 11479 Easy Hwy. 60’ Salt Sugar Grove Lick Christian Church Bush Stevenson Pastor 3841 N' S-tepStqne Road’ ’ Ow1ngsv111e Francis Nash, Minister Moore’s Ferry Christian Church . , 'Tunnel Hill Church of God 2396 M°°refigljny Rd” 53“ 1215 w. Tunnel Hill Road, Dennis Carman, Minister OWingSViue . Sherman Sparks, Minister Morning Star Baptist Church . . Upper Salt Lick 161 Hamsburg Ave., Owingsville Eric King, Minister 5385 South Hwy. 211, Salt Llck Rezda McNabb, Minister Mud Lick Church of God Via“? 9067 East Hwy‘ 3.6’ .Olympla 6927 Veterans Memorial Highway, Mark Caldwell, Minister Shamsburg New Kevin Miles, Pastor 907 Forge H‘Il Road, ‘White Oak Christian Church megsv1lle 2606 White Oak Road, Owingsville Jamw Stump’ Munster Ron Weaver, Minister Northside Church of God , . 1086 West Hwy. 3 6, Young s Valleyofrgztiinunity Church Owingsville 3559 S. Hwy. 211, Salt Lick Kenny Crouch, Mmister Vernon Gross, pastor DEADLINES: Editorial copy deadline is 5 pm. Friday. Advertising copy with proof deadline 5 pm. Friday, advertising copy without proof, 10 a.m. Friday. Classified advertising deadline 10 a.m. Tuesday. PHOTOS/ELECTRONIC ADVERTISING: Color, black and white and digital photos are all accepted. Digital photos should be submitted in the jpg format and can be emailed. Old photos will be accepted at any time. Please do not submit newspaper clippings or photocopies. Photos may be picked up after they are published in the newspaper. Electronic Advertising must be submitted pdf format and can be emailed to the above address. LEGALADVERTISING: Font-Aria], Size-7/8. Deadline 5 pm. Friday. All submitted copy must be signed and include a daytime phone number. Bath County News-Outlook reserves the right to reject any submission to this newspaper. 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