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"tual Llvln 00trmontttt Tr//e the tued00 ; . By: Luther M. Cain w-- J Reverence For God Exodus 20: 7-Mathew 6:9 Profanity has much less to do with using God's name in a curse than with wrong attitudes toward God himself. Jesus said, "When you pray you must not be like the hypocrits".That was, and is, a wam- i ng against wrong attitudes in prayer. God's name must be hallowed. Do you know that if your mood is insin- cere it is profanity? In every area of worship, and prayer particular, we must as completely as we can en- shrine God's name in sincerity and beauty. Jeasus taught his disciples to pray, "Hallowed be thy name". Our worship must reflect the sub- lime nature of God. Or, all is vanity. Some years ago a religious work- er spent several days in my home. He appeared to me to be a very pious person. Seemingly he was constant- ly in an attitude of prayer. When you approached him he assumed an atti- tqde of prayer. I began to fear that his attitude was just a pose rather than actually being in prayer. His pious attitude proved to be a sham. It was a form of profanity. It was profanity of the spirit. Personally, I would rather hear a man sincerely and profusely swear- ing in hot anger than to hear pious name-taking to make an impression on some other person. True blas- phemy comes not from one's lips alone, but from an irreligious and irreverent heart. The word God is short, neat, and tidy. But try to define it. Instantly you come face to face with the Cre- ator, the one responsible for the universe. So every reality, every ' revelation made to us, is an expres- sion of God's purpose for his peo- ple. We are his. Most of us have made him ashamed of us. More than once we read that "God repented that he had made man". Everything you touch or look upon is an expression of God's cre- ation. At the close of each period of creation God looked upon his handy work, and said, "It is good". We are to revear his work. Somewhere I read this statement - "If man contin- ues to prey on nature, nature will soon destroy". Men have wantonly and reck- lessly destroyed our earth's natural resources, and it's gifts are trust which we should hold sacred and use with reverence. Jeasus taught us to address God as "Our Father". Do we need to be told that we are God's children? As such we are sacred to God. Being sacred to God we should have deep respect for one another; for we are brothers in Jesus Christ. We must treat every person as our brother, Having respect for our brother, we then respect God. "If we say we love God, and hate our brother we are liars, and the truth is not in us." When we pray, "We must not be like the hypocrites." (Mat. 6:5). Now why not? Because of the sanctity of your own being must be honored in the name of God. You have pro- found responsibility to respect your own spiritual integrity. You are pre- cious in the eyes of God. READ THE NEW ;-OUTLO()K EVERY WEEK Ladies, you are invited to our Spring Ladies Conference Saturday, May 3 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Annointed speakers special music ::$:1::: No charge for conf0rence, lunch will be provided A love offering will be taken Sorry, no child care available Our agenda is tbat you will be blessed and encouraged/ Come enjoy a night of great food and fun. Also, a new attraction this year, a Fashion Show, for children ages 0-10. Bring your children dressed in their spring best and show them off! Many auction items as well! The Fire Dept. would like to take this opportunity to cordially invite all the May Day Contestants as well as any past year contestants. To register your chitd(ren) for the Fashion Show, please contact: Brooke Allen at 683-4074, or 782-4074 (cell). There is no entry fee. DEATHS AND FUNERALS Letisha Robinson, 61, native of Bath Co., passes away Letisha E "Frankie" Robinson, age 61, of Marion, Indiana, passed away Friday, April 25, 2003, at her residence. She was born March 9, 1942, to the late William Austin Jones and the late Sarah Anne Reynolds Jones, of Owingsville. She married Frank Robinson, January 26, 1960, in Owingsville, and moved to Marion, Indiana the same year. She owned and operat- ed the Tenth St. Garden Center, in Marion. She loved gardening and had been a master gardener since 1979. She attended the First Christian Church, in Marion, and she loved her grandkids. Memorials may be made to Cancer Services of Grant County, Tower Suites, 305 S. Norton St., Marion, IN 46952. Survivors are her widower, Frank Robinson, of Marion; one son, William Timothy Robinson (wife, Mary), of Greenfield, Indiana; one daughter, Deborah Ann Buckler, of Marion; six grandchildren: Rebecca, Holly and David Wayne Buckler; and Mandi, Gabrielle and Timi Jo Robinson; and one great-grand- child due in November; four brothers: Willie, Steve, David and Paul Jones, all of Bath County; five sisters: Lena Hart, Dodie Craycraft, and Maxine Green, all of Bath County; Ruth Rumley, of Ft. Colfins, Colorado; and Martha Lowry, of Marion. Funeral services were held Monday, at 10 a.m., April 28, 2003, at the Needham-Storey- Wampner Funeral Service North Chapel, in Marion. The Rev. Milford Adams officiated. Burial was in Grant Memorial Park, in Marion. Maudie Ferrell, 67, of Sudith, passes away Maudie Lee Ferrell, age 67, of Route 1 Stonequarry Road, in Sudith, passed away Tuesday, April 22, 2003, at her residence. She was the widow of Arnold Elijah Ferrell and was a native of Montgomery County. She was a homemaker. She was born October 31, 1935, to the late Goldie Johnson Lee and the late Marion H. Lee. Survivors are one daughter, Rita Thomas, of Sudith; two sons: Lenden Ferrell, of Frenchburg; and Vaughn Ferrell, of Beattyville; six grandchildren; four great- grandchildren; two brothers: Mason "Shorty" Lee, of Sharpsburg, and Marion H. Lee, Jr., of Florida; three sisters: Florine Ovington, of Mt. Sterling; Sylvia Gilstrap and Virginia Groves, both of Sanford, Florida; and several nieces and nephews. Besides her parents, she was pre- ceded in death by two brothers: Russell  and James Lee; and one sister, Marie Barnes. Funeral services were held Friday, April 25, 2003, at 2 p.m., at the Richie Hunt Funeral Home, in Owingsville, with the Rev. Jess Brewer officiating. Burial was in the Ferrell Family Cemetery. Joseph McKinney, 79, passes away . Joseph Lee "Joe McKinney, age 79, of West Syn Street, passed away Monday, April 21, 2003, at his residence. He was born November 19, 1923, at Bangor, to the late Chester and Bertha Hall McKinney. He was a U,S. Army veteran of WWlI and a member of the Church of God. Survivors include his widow, Evelyn Crosthwaite McKinney; a son, Oshel McKinney, of Morehead; a daughter, Jody i THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Postmaster: Send address changes to: Bath County News-Outlook (045260) P.O. Box 577 Owingsville, KY 40360 The Bath County News-Outlook is owned by Community Newspapers. Inc., P.O. Box 577, Owingsville, KY 40360, and is published each Thursday at its offices on Water Street in Owings- ville. KY. Subscription rates are: $18.00 per year in Bath County; ;22.00 per year in Kentucky; $28.50 per year else- where; all payable in advance. Periodi- cals postage paid at the Post Office at Ow!ngsville. KY 40360 ii i THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.Week of May 1 - May 7, 2003 Manning, of Morehead; a brother, Foley McKinney, of Clearfield; two sisters: Joyce McKenzie, of Midland; and Betty Twarek, of Marble Head, Ohio; four grand- children; and two great-grandchil- dren. Funeral services were held Friday, April 25, 2003, at 2 p.m., at the Richie Hunt Funeral Home, in Owingsville, with the Rev. Jess Brewer officiating. Burial was in the FerreU Family Cemetery. Gateway Community Services m. set Gateway tsommunity Services Organization, Inc. will hold its regular board meeting on Thursday, May 8, 2003. The meeting will be held in the Frenchburg Community Center and begin at 6:30 p.m. The pub- lic is invited to attend. Stanton Ranger district seeks historic photos The Stanton Ranger District is looking for historic photos and home movies of the Red River Gorge and the surround- ing areas. The photos and movies can be of any activity in the Red River Gorge area including people recreating or scenic photos. The district hopes to use these items in a video for visitorsthat will be shown at the new Gladie Cultural and Environmental Learning Center opening in Spring 2004. Constituent Service held May 7 At Gateway Senator Jim Bunning's field representative, Bill Lamdin, will be at the Gateway Area Development District Office on May 7 at 1 p.m. He will be there to assist constituents with any problems or concerns they may have. Please feel free to contact Bill at Senator Bunning's office at 1-859-219-2239, or come by the Gateway Area Development Greene receives honor Chester Greene, Georgetown, Ohio, Retired Western Brown School District, Mt. drab, Ohio, attended the Spring Representa- tive Assembly, South Western Ohio Educational Association,. SouthWestern Ohio Educa- tional Association consists of members from Adams, Brown, Butler, Clearmont, Clinton, Hamilton, Highland, and Warren counties. Chester will be delegated to the dEAR and OEA Representative Assembly, Columbus, Qhio. This 50000rdaljttt R 1.vM,.-. $1.t,. Bath County Chn'sn'an 5chbol $5 contribution YIIIIII $11100P011T MAI(li$ A MAY 4, Sunday School 10 Homecoming Service This is your invitation to Eastern Hentuckg's #1 kzspirationol motorcgcle This Sunday, May 4 COX Monument Co. 2389 U.S. HWY. 60 EAST MOREHEAD, ICY. 40351 2 Locations To Serve You 2389 U.S. Hwy 60 E. Morehead, KY Camargo, KY (606) 7M-5852 (859) 498-6838 MONUMENTS MARKERS MAUSOLEUMS Monday.Friday 9am-S:3Op.m. Saturday 10am-2pm y Appointment] , Memorials Since 1971 :::::::::::::::::::::: :::: :! : :: : ::i:ii:i: ::!:: :7 ::::: ::: ::::::::::: :::: Bring the kids/Let them see the different motorcycles on display Everyone Monuments Markers. 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