Minutes Of The Powells Valley Association
August 19, 20, and 21, 1938
Articles Of Faith and Obituaries
(Transcribed and Submitted By Melissa Fannin)
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Articles Of Faith
1. We believe in only one true and living God, as He is revealed to us in Holy Scriptures--Father, Son and Holy Ghost.
2. We believe the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament are the Words of God and the only rule of all saving knowledge and obedience.
3. We believe in the doctrine of election according to the foreknowledge of God.
4. We believe in the doctrine of original sin.
5. We believe in man's impotency to rescue himself from the fallen state he is in by his own free will or ability.
6. We believe that sinners are justified in the sight of God, only by the imputed righteousness of Jesus Christ.
7. We believe the elect, according to the foreknowledge of God, will be called, converted, regenerated and sanctified by the Holy Spirit.
8. We beleive the saints will preserve and never fall finally away.
9. We believe that baptism and the Lord's supper are ordinances of Jesus Christ, and that true believers are the only subjects of these ordanances, and that the true mode of Baptism is immersion.
10. We believe in the resurrection of the dead and the general judgement.
11. We believe that the punishment of the wicked will be everlasting and that the joys of the righteous shall be eternal.
12. We believe that no minister has the right to adminster the ordinances except by those who have been regularly baptized and called of God and come under the imposition of hands by the presbytery.
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Sister Heifner was born Oct. 20, 1858, died Dec. 5, 1937. She professed a hope in Christ in early years and joined the church at Mt. Hebron, Anderson County, Tenn. Later she moved her membership to Sanders Chapel, Knoxville, Tenn, where she lived a faithful member until death called her. She was a member of the church about sixty years. Funeral services conducted at he home by Elder J. E. Hurst.
James W. Waggoner
James W. Waggoner was born May 3, 1870. Died March 13, 1838. Aged 67 years 10 months and 10 days. He professed a hope in Christ at 17. Joined the Church at Sanders Chapel, Feb. 1934, and lived a faithful member intil death. Funeral services conducted at th eChurch by his beloved pastor, Elder J. E. Hurst. He leaves a companion, children and friends to mourn his loss. To the relatives and friends, let us look up on high and believe that our friend and beloved one is there, and the hearts that are bereaved and saddened here below, may they be filled with unspeakable love when we reach the "City on the Hill"
Robert Slusher born in the year 1867, joined the Church at Browney's Creek, June 1916 and lived a faithful life till death, December 18, 1937. Our loss is his eternal gain.
Joseph Boatright born in the year 1865, joined the Church at Browney's Creek, June 1913 and was a faithful member attending his Church as long as he was able but suffered for some years. Died Jan. 14, 1938 and was laid to rest till the Great Judgement Day Our loss is his eternal gain.
Abraham Miracle born May 5, 1869 and joined the Primative Baptist Church of Christ at Browney's Creek August 1918 and was a faithful member till his death, which was December 17, 1937. Our loss is his eternal gain.
Rindy Hoskins Wilson
Rindy Hoskins Wilson, was born Jan. 12, 1898, deceased Nov. 1, 1937. Age 39. Was wedded to Richard H. Wilson, July 2, 1920. To this union were born six children, of which only two and her husband survive. She joined Cannon Creek Church, 3rd Sunday July, 1922. Was a precious member till death. Tho an invalid, she was kind to all. She bore her sufferings with much patience. Her husband was knid and true to her. We feel that her sufferings have ceased and in exchange, happiness forever more.-- By Oliver Hurst.
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