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Page 8 - Wednesday, April 23, 1980 Ten commandments for right living By DORIS HILL Although the following "Ten Commandments for Right Living" are not doc- trine of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, they were shared by a friend, and they reflect for the most part, sound principles: I. Thou shalt not worry, for by so doing thou shalt relive the same disaster many times. 2. Thou shalt not try to dominate or possess others, for it is the right of every man to govern his own actions. 3. Thou shalt not seek after fame, for unless God is glorified, greatness is a burden. 4. Thou shalt not work for money only, for money was meant to serve. Money is a poor master. 5. Thou shalt harm no other person, by word, thought, or deed, regardless of the cause; for to do so is to perpetuate the sorrows of the race. 6. Thou shalt not be angry at any person, for anger injures most the one who is angry. 7. Thou shalt never blame another for thy misfortune, for each man's destiny is in his own keeping. 8. Thou shalt relax, for tension is an abomination unto the flesh. 9. Thou shalt have a sense of humor or the years will seem much more tedious and painful. 10. Thou shalt love the beautiful and servey good for this is according to the will of heaven. The Good Word for Today: Broken Hearted By PHYLLIS SJOBLOM TEXT: The spirit of the Lord is upon me; because the Lord bath annointed me to preach good tidings unto the meek; He hath sent me to bind up the broken hearted... Isaiah 61: I. Isaiah made this prophecy concerning the coming Healer hundreds of years before Jesus was bern. He boldly spoke the words that God gave him and all through the centuries people knew that the Savior was coming- One who could deliver them from the captivity of sin and heal their broken hearts. Then came Jesus. And on a Sabbath Day He stood up in a synagogue in Nazareth and read the words of the prophet, "The Spirit of the Lord is upon me; because He hath annointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; He bath sent me to heal the broken hearted, to preach deliverance to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised, to preach the acceptable year of the Lord". Then, as all eyes were upon Him He said, "This day is this Scripture fulfilled in your ears". (Luke 4:18-21) By His own admission Jesus was the long awaited One. Friend, what is the con- dition of your heart today? Is it bruised and aching by the treatment it receives from the world? Is it crushed and hurting beneath a burden of guilt? Is it broken by the actions of a loved one? Don't go on suffering needlessly. "Spirit Walk" choosen as theme for activities for Church Women United "Spirit Walk" is the theme for April 25, 1980 activities of Church Women United. This is a movement of prayer from state-to-state and country-to- country, with each state and country being responsible for a day of prayer. The "Spirit Walk" will begin on the East Coast and "walk" across our country to the West Coast in spirit, in prayer, in song, and in love. Days are scheduled for other countries as well. "The "Spirit Walk" began in Atlantic City, New Jersey on World Day of Prayer, March 7, 1980. Atlantic City was the site of the Church Women United's convention 39 years ago. On each suc- ceeding day after March 7, a specific state will be responsible for one day of prayer. This day of prayer will include the Church Women United 1980 Ecumenical Assembly prayer which follows: LORD of love and life and source of power, Lord of fire and wind and water, Rain down your Holy Spirit upon us; Open our souls, our minds, our very beings And fill us with your Spirit. So that we, the Spirit-filled, might Seek the lost, heal the broken, Feed the hungry, release the captives, As we seek the SHALOM for this broken and heartsick world, Forgive us our fearfullness, Feed us your loving kindness, That we might 'walk in the Spirit' Renewed; this day and all our days... Anoint us with the oil of gladness, And help us to rejoice, Stir into flame the strength and boldness That is already in us, Empower us to act your love. The walk will be completed on May Fellowship Day, May 2, 1980 as the theme "the Spirit of the Lord is upon me" is celebrated. Everyone is urged to participate in "Spirit Walk" 1980, 00.The Equality of Men and Women: A Baha'i Perspective By DIANA HUDSON The public is warmly in- vited to a fireside meeting on Saturday, April 26, at 7:30 p.m., at the home of Dale and Diana Hudson, 122 E. 2rid Street, Cloverdale (Phone 804-4172.) The topic to be discussed is The Equality of Men and Women, from a Baha'i perspective. The speaker will be Joyce Enright, from Kentfield. The Baha'i world com- munity has, for more than one hundred years, accepted as truth the principle of equality of the sexes and has understood the importance of implementing this standard in individual, family, and community life. The in- stitution of marriage, the basis of the family in the Baha'i community, is part of this process. The partners live their lives together on a basis of true spiritual unity and equality. This unity and equality, rooted in the rights and responsibilities of every person before God, unfolds in the family. Here, Values and attitudes essential for the development of the in- dividual, the community, the nation, and humanity must be taught from early life. Since Baha'is do not separate life into religious and secular compartments, and since faith must be expressed in social action, education for men and women, in all its facets, "holds an important place in the new order of things". For this reason, the education of each child is compulsory. It is significant that, in the spirit of this new era of human evolution, Baha'u'llah, Pr'ophet- Founder of the Baha'i Faith, has "promulgated ', the adoption of the same course of education for man and woman," making clear that "daughters and sons must follow the same curriculum of study, thereby promoting unity of the sexes." The Baha'i Writings promise that "the entrance of women into all human departments is an irrefutable and incontrovertible question. No soul can retard or prevent it"; that in "no movement" will women "be left behind'"; that they "will attain in all such a degree as will be considered the very highest station of the world of humanity and will take part in all affairs"; that "when women participate fully and equally in the affairs of the world...war will cease". This contribution of women to the establishment of world unity and peace will inevitably be recognized and developed. "In past ages humanity has been defective and inefficient because in- complete. War and its ravages have blighted the world. The education of woman will be a mighty step toward its abolition and ending for she will use her whole influence against war....In truth she will be the greatest factor in establishing Universal Peace and international arbitration. Assuredly woman will abolish warfare among mankind". Fellowship Day to be held Northern Sonoma County Church Women United, will be celebrating May Fellowship Day, May 2, 1980. Church women will meet to celebrate their unity, evaluate their envolvement in church and community and renew their purpose to "go into every neighborhood as instruments of His recon- ciling love". You are invited to par- ticipate with Christian women of every continent in the Fellowship of the Least Coin. The basis of belonging is concern for those in special need for God's grace. This fund is used for ministries of mercy on every continent and for experiences which create Christian community across national, racial and denominational lines. "The first teaching of Baha'u'llah is the investigation of reality. Man must seek the reality himself, for- saking imitations and adherence to mere hereditary forms. As the nations " Of the world are following imitations in lieu of truth and as imitations are many and various, differences of belief have been produc- tive of strife and warfare. So long as these imitations remain tle oneness of the world of humanity "impossible. Therefore we must investigate the reality in order that by its light the clouds and darkness may be dispelled... "(This is the first of a nine-part series on some of the teachings of the Baha'i Faith.) [Sponsored by the Baha 'ts of Cloverdale - 894-41 72) Peter's Altar Giovannetti spent the prior Guild's annual salad lun- week setting up and pricing cheon in May is this year merchandise, being held to aid the Miracle It was voted to present of Vienna so all are urged to $1,000 to Fr. Henry, the attend. Pastor, for the CCD program Again this year Mr. Don which is the educational Ruppert, President of First material for bible instruction National Bank will audit the for the young people, books. A letter from Elise Black Dens Gambetta then who was unable to be present, thanked everyone and was read asking the presented gifts for all the cooperation of the members officers with love and ap- with the Church Women preciation for cooperation United luncheon planned for during her year as President. At the April meeting with Society and Dena Gambetta presiding at thanked her last meeting of the 1979-80 behalf year. Cathy Jojola was job well elected President for the coming year. Nancy Rivas The do0 will be installed as Vice- cookies and President while Gertrude by Eileen Valentine and Ion Hiatt will Valentine keep their positions of Suzette Secretary and Treasurer colors at the respectively. Installation for the new officers will be at the were May meeting and Mrs. Jojola and will set the theme for the close of event. May 2nd. Also expressed appreciation David said that the Lord is with the telephone committee nigh unto them that are of a Final preparationswere set In other business, Dena who did such a fine job in prayer. broken heart (Ps. 34:18) and for the annual spring rum- Gambetta thanked all who maintaining good attendance that God heals the broken mage sale held last week at were able to attend the Day of during the year. with a hearted. (Ps. 147:3) There is St. Peter's Hall, and as we go Recollection during Lent with The Fatima shrine is being G a m bettt no heart that is so battered to press, we learn that it has one of the Carmelite Fathers. shared in various homes of President, that Jesus can't mend it. been a very successful un- Especially recognized were the parish and Emilia Bilbro Altar Come to Him with your dertaking. Aria Mac Bogner, the members of St. Mary's was saluted for her efforts in whatever !burdens. Invite Jesus into Eileen Gollan, Norma Hix- Guild of Asti-Geyserville for moving the shrine'weekly. Next your broken heart and He will son, Emilia Bilbro Nancy a good representation. It was A new member, Leona be held on bind it up and make it whole. Rivas, Bonita Swint and Dina also noted that St. Mary's Bowen, was welcomed to the May at Cloverdale Area Church Director, United Church of C )ii, UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Meeting With The United Church of Cloverdale Phone 894-2039 Sunday Worship. l I a.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 4d0 Healdsborg Avenue Pastor. John_Powell Sunday : Bible Teaching Program 9:45a.m. Morning Worship Hour, Ii a.m. Church Training Program, 4 p.m. Evening Worship Hour, 6p.m. Wednesday : Midweek Services, 7pro. GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH 890 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Pastor Hey. Norman M Redeker t:L3-2835 894 -2:L30 Sunday lorning Worship 9:00 a m. Sunday School 10:15 a.m. DOMENIcHELLI REAL ESTATE 104 N. Cloverdale Blvd. 3354 SEVENTH-DA y ADVENTIST CHURCH 28775 Redwood Highway S. Pastor - Dale Wolcott Phone : 894-5703 Saturday : Sabbalh School at 9:30a.m. Worship Service at l ! :00 a.m. Sisters of Service (S.O.S. on 2nd & 4lh Tuesday Family Prayer Fellowship Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. ANTIOCH MISSIONARY BAPTIST MISSION 473 Cloverdale Blvd. Ken liams Mission Representative Sunday School. 10 a.m. Morning Worship. 1 ! am. Evening Worship, 6 p.m. Midweek Service Thursday Night. 7 pro. CHURCH OF GOD OF PROPHECY 2Jid & Commercial (;range tiall A.W. West, Pastor Phone 894-3595 Thursday, 7 pro. Young People Sunday 9:45 a.m. & 6p.m. ,,, , , NEIGHBORHOOD CHURCH Christian and Missionary Alliance 28 Tat'man Drive Phone 894-3445 Growlh Groups - 9:30 am Sunday Worship- 10:30am Evening Service - 6:00 pm Bible Sludy. Thurs. - 7:00 pm BAHA'I FAITH Firesides: Monday mornings I0 a.m. Friday evenings 8 p.m. Children's Classes ,Jullit)r Youlh Youth Please call for more infor|||atio|| and-or literature 894-4172 CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS 28755 Redwood Hwy. So. Claud K. Williams, Branch President Phone 894-2032 SUNDAY 3 hour block MEETING SCHEDULE Priesthood 9 a.m. Relief Society 9 a.m. Primary 9a.m. Young Women 9a.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. Sacrament meeting 10:50 a.m. Relic f Society Homemaking Mtg. 1st Tuesday each Month. 7"30 p.m. I THE ENCORE 104 S. ('h,verdale Blvd. II)4-*.F.)44 I III OAT VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH Highway 128 Hey D.F Hieter Continuing Phone 894-3107 of lhe Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship. l I a.m United Evening Service. 6 pro. Midweek Service. Robert Wednesday. 7 p.m. 131 Dina Street Church Ph. 894-2998 Sund, PARKSIDE OF CHRISTIAN CHAPEL 7)33 Wes[ Second Si ree{ Rev Richard Rilea Phone 894-2893 Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. ,Morning Worship l I a.m Evening Service. 6 p,m. Bible Study and Prayer Wednesday. 7 p m Daisy & Prims Wednesday. 7 p.m. WMC-AIi Ladies Welcome S T. Thursday. tO a.m. CA Robert W ( Sunday Bib le'( Sunday it Su,ldav Wed. EPISCOPAL OUR LA9 CHURCH OF THE M T. GOOD SHEPHERD Redwood Hi i 12 N. 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