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" "Lu00lci l" " " , THEBATH'COUNTYNEWS-OUTI,OOK tl ( , Owingsville, Ky.--Week of February 20- February 27, 2003 2 Salvation Is Real 1 John 5:6-13 By: Luther M. Cain God does not intend for you to be in doubt about this most essential thing in life. Salvation is real. You can know it. God has given us the Bible; he gave us His Son; He has given us His Holy Spirit. He gave us the Bible that we might know of His activities among the an- cient people of our world. God spoke directly ,to man for many centuries. It was the only way He had to communi- cate with the people. He gave us the Bible that we might believe on His Son. Jesus' coming was foretold cen- turies before his advent. He gave us His Son that we might have "eternal life, and have it more abundantly." Too often we make the tragic mistake of underestimating what has happened. Jesus came to make us new creatures. "If any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new." Following the death, resurrection, and ascesion of Jesus into Heaven to be forever more seated at the right hand of God to intercede for us, God sent the Holy Spirit. "['he transforming power of the Holy Spirit is real. When the Holy Spirit is allowed to dwell in your heart you are a new freature, having been born again. This Spirit that bears witness with you now is the same Spirit that led Moses, counseled with the Judges and Prophets, descended upon Jesus as He (859) 498-8094 Fa (859) 498'8094 was being baptised, and made itself known at the day of Pentecost. The deciples were empowered to go out and turn the world upside down. You can know you are a child of God when the Holy Spirit vouches with your spir- it. Salvation is something you can know: you can know it, not just be- cause you are sure that Jesus died for you and your sins, and rose from the grave to justify you. "Blessed assur- ance, Jesus is mine. O, what a foretaste of glory divine." When you meet the conditions of His Word, He always fulfills His promises. Your assurance rests upon the faithfulness of God. If you are a child of God, you are reconciled. This is your assurance; the sin or sins which separated you from God has been nailed to the cross - the Cross of Jesus Christ. God is your Father. You are his child by adoption. God's Word, the Bible, is your author- ity. the Holy Spirit is your witness to all of this. You became a child of GOd, and a brother to Jesus Christ, and a subject to the Holy Spirit when you gave your heart to Jesus. You entered into a new world and a new experience. You came to the place where you can shout aloud, "Jesus is mine. O, what a foretaste of glory divine." Take heart, dear Christian, your God is bigger than any foe you will face. 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Beautiful hardwood floors, appliances included. All city amenities. Lot is approximately 50' x 120'. Excellent neighborhood. C LII to view. I ................... If t , i]!!iiWiii! i!iii!ii!iiiiiiiiiiiii!i....,.iii.=': ........... .i :: PRICE REDUCED: 499 BETHEL ROAD 14X70', '98 Southern Energy mobile home, has 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen/dining combo, living room nd utility room, includes kitchen appli- ances and outside storage buildingk, city water and gravel drive, all situated on a 1 1/2 acre lot. I DEATHS AND FUNERALS Daniel Deck, age 77, of Dayton, OH, expires from illness Daniel Deck, 77, of Dayton, Ohio, passed away Wednesday, February 12, 2003, at the Dayton V.A. Medi- cal Center after an illness of several weeks. Deck was born September 12, 1925 in Crossville, TN, the son of the late Frank Jackson and Vessie Bilbrey Deck. He'was a W.W. I'I Army veteran and was formerly employed by the City's of Dayton and Kettering, Ohio, and was a re- tired restaurant owner. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a step-mother, Lois Deck, and a brother, Charles Deck. Survivors include his wife of 56 years, Lovenia Williams Deck, who was formerly of Salt Lick, one son, Billy Joe Deck and his wife Denise, four daughters, Joyce Arden and husband Bob, Denies C.rmack and husband Bob, Lynn Ward Williams and husband Sidney, and Tina Deck and fianc6 Bob Martindale, four brothers, J.B., Joe, Grover and Donald Deck, three sisters, Ellen Cruise, Rebecca Baldwin and Diane Burch, eight grandchildren, six great- grandchildren and numerous other relatives and friends. Funeral services were conducted Sunday February 16, 2003 at Powell Funeral Home in Salt Lick, with Rev. Guy McKenzie and Rev. James Allen officiating. Interment followed in Bath Co. Memorial Gardens. Con- tributions are suggested to Hospice of Dayton, 342 Wilmington Ave., Dayton, OH 45420. Charlie Snelling, 98, of Owingsville, passes away after long illness Charlie Snelling, age 98, of East High Street, in Owingsville, passed away Friday, February 14, 2003, at the St. Claire Medical Center, in Morehead, after a long illness. He was a native of Bath County, a retired fammr and a tormer school janitor. He was born February 26, 1904, to the late Mary Lee Boyd Snelling and the late Jilson G. Snelling. Survivors are several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. Monday, February 17, 2003, at the Richie Hunt Funeral Home, in Owingsville, with the Rev. Jim Crouch officiating. Burial was in the Owingsville Cemetery. Eunice Cook, 71, of Olympia, passes away at her residence Eunice Hart Cook, age 71, of McCarty Branch Road, in Olympia, passed away at her residence, Friday, February 14, 2003. She was born May 13, 1931, to the late William McKinley Hart and the late Ada Pergrem Hart. She was the widow of Richard Cook. She was a former employee of the Findlay, Ohio Board of Education and a member of Young's Valley Church of God. Survivors are two sons: Steven Cook and Phillip Cook, both of Findlay, Ohio; one sister, Paula Butcher, of Olympia; two grand- daughters and one great-grandchild. Besides her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by a brother, James Hart. Funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m., Tuesday, February 18, 2003, at the Richardson Funeral Home, in Owingsville, with the Rev. Jim Reffitt and the Rev. William Johnson officiating. Burial was in the Griggs Cemetery, in Olympia. ifi!ii]i!: :,ii ! i i  i#.. 2,.?. ..... ..... i! The Lincoln's live on Memorial Day, 2002, Mrs. Helen Hamm Razor and Mrs. Geneva Hamm Gulley visited Camp Nelson National Cem- etery, and the burial site of their sister, Ora Lee Hamm Crace. Helen and Geneva are here at the Camp Nelson landmark with Mary Todd Lincoln", portrayed by Cliff and, Howard of Frankfort. Mary Crooks, 88, native of Bath County, passes away Mary Mildred Metcalf Crooks, age 88, of Rogers Road, in Lexington, passed away Tuesday, February 11, 2003. She was born in Bath County, July 19, 1914, to the late Elee Metcalf and the late Martha Gudgell Metcalf. She was the widow of Albert Crooks. She was a mem- ber of the Broadway Christian Church, in Lexington, and was retired from the Woolworth Company, of Lexington. Survivors are two daughters: Martha Jo Crooks and Mary Jean Charles, both of Lexington; one brother, Bobby Metcalf (wife, Rena), of Owingsville; two nephews: Stanley Walton Shields, of Foster; and King Metcalf, of Owingsville; and one niece, Linda Metcalf Shrout, of Morehead. Besides her parents and husband,' she was preceded in death by a niece and a nephew, 13'eby JoeMetellfand Ottell Schittz. Fulton: 'and 'a sster, Lena Mae Metcalf Shields. ........... Funeral services were held at I p.m. Friday, February 14, 2003, at U'ilili!i"iLi)iii!iiiiiiii Ui !iii:il i:!: , the Richardson Funeral Home, in Owingsville, with Bro. George Martin officiating. Burial was in the Owingsville Cemetery. Correction Two weeks ago, in The Outlook, the obit of Jace Adams omitted one survivor. It should have read: "Elmer Burton is Jace Adams' son." We apol- ogize for any inconvenience that error caused. Wellness Program to be held Feb. 27 The Wellness Program for area senior citizens, will be held Thursday. February 27, at 10 a.m., at the Cu-I Perkins Center, in Morehead. The morning program will be on diabetes and there will be screening for bkxxt sugar. This requires you to come fasting. The lunch will be potluck to bring your favorite dish. Participants are asked to bring a new children's book. The afternoon pro- gram will be presented by the Kentucky Office of ihe AttOrney General. All seniors are invited and encouraged to attend. This program is sponsored by the MSU Retired and Senior Volunteer Program. Correction In last week's edition County News-Outlook, name was misspelled'in a honoring Bonnie Bowli grade class at Bethel School. The class was the top erated Reader point month of January. The sorry for any inconvience have caused. Read all about it in' H )metown News' THE. BATH COUNTY NEWS-OLq'LOOK Pos!master: Send address changes to: Bath County News-Ou (045260) P.O. Box 577 Owingsville, KY 40360 The Bath County News-Outlook is by Community Newspapers, Box 577. Owingsville, KY published each Thursday at Walc Street m Owingsville, scriplion rates are: $1 g.00 per County; $22.00 per year in $28.50 per year elsewhere; all advance. 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