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VOL. XXXVII DECEMBER 1 No. 23
A. D. 1916--A.M. 6045

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CONTENTS

Portrait of Pastor Russell . . . . 355
His Biography . . . . . . . 356
His Teachings . . . . . . 356
His Work . . . . . . . . 357
Will and Testament of Charles Taze Russell 358
An Editorial Committee of Five . . 358
His Legacy of Love . . . . . 359
The Funeral Services . . . . . . 359
The Floral Display . . . . . 359
Address at Morning Service . . . . 360
Addresses at Afternoon Service . . . 360
Pastor Russell's Last Days . . . 360
View of Floral Designs on Temple Rostrum . 369
Oration at Evening Service . . . . 373
Pastor Russell's Sermon . . . . 374
"Morning Cometh--A Night Also" . . 374
Closing Scenes in New York and Pittsburgh 378
Letters Expressing Sympathy and Loyalty . 378
Confidence in Lord's Arrangement . . 380
"All the Way My Savior Leads Me" . . . 384

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Volume II. In English, German, Swedish, Finnish and Dano-Norwegian.

Volume III. In English, German, Swedish, Finnish and Dano-Norwegian.

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Volume VI. English, German, Swedish, Finnish, Greek.

THE PHOTO-DRAMA SCENARIO is supplied in Spanish, Italian, Greek, Polish, Armenian, German, Finnish, Swedish and English, in one or more styles of binding. See WATCH TOWER, October 1, 1915, for prices and styles of binding.

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"ANGELICO"

The Angelophone Company request us to advise that they are now prepared to fill all orders promptly, as per announcement in previous TOWER. ADDRESS ALL LETTERS and make REMITTANCES to the ANGELICO, 182-184 Fulton St., Brooklyn, N.Y.

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A GERMAN MEMORIAL NUMBER

A Memorial issue of THE WATCH TOWER is being prepared in the German language and another in the Polish language; extra copies, 5c each.

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BETHEL HYMNS FOR JANUARY

After the close of the hymn the Bethel family listens to the reading of "My Vow Unto the Lord," then joins in prayer. At the breakfast table the MANNA text is considered. Hymns for January follow: (1) 14; (2) 189; (3) 259; (4) 222; (5) 324; (6) 230; (7) 92; (8) 197; (9) 224; (10) 265; (11) 165; (12) 130; (13) 291; (14) 78; (15) 105; (16) 272; (17) 1; (18) 221; (19) 65; (20) 264; (21) 228; (22) 273; (23) 25; (24) 313; (25) 134; (26) 393; (27) 289; (28) 145; (29) 22; (30) 203; (31) 32.

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SERIES II., "The Time is at Hand," treats of the manner and time of the Lord's Second Coming, considering the Bible Testimony on this subject: 432 pages, in embossed cloth, 50c. (2s. 1d.) Full Morocco, India paper edition, $1.50 (6s. 3d.)

SERIES III., "Thy Kingdom Come," considers the "Time of the End," glorification of the Church and establishment of the Kingdom; it also contains a chapter on the Great Pyramid, showing its corroboration of the dates and other teachings of the Bible: 432 pages, in embossed cloth, 50c. (2s. 1d.) Full Morocco, India paper edition, $1.50 (6s. 3d.)

SERIES IV., "The Battle of Armageddon," shows that the dissolution of the present order of things is in progress, and that all the panaceas offered are valueless to avert the predicted end. It notes specially Our Lord's Great Prophecy of Matt. 24and also Zech. 14:1-9: 720 pages, embossed cloth, 60c. (2s. 6d.) Full Morocco, India paper, $1.75 (7s. 3d.)

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For the Blind, in American Braille, English Braille and N.Y. Point.

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r5997 BIOGRAPHY
r5999 WILL AND TESTAMENT OF CHARLES TAZE RUSSELL
r6000 THE FUNERAL SERVICES
r6000 ADDRESS AT MORNING SERVICE
r6001 ADDRESSES AT AFTERNOON SERVICE
r6006 ONE OF GOD'S NOBLEMEN
r6006 PASTOR RUSSELL'S RELATION TO THE PILGRIMS
r6008 "GOD FIRST--SELF LAST"

r6008 "BLESSED ARE YE WHEN MEN SHALL REVILE YOU"
r6009 SORROW AND JOY COMMINGLED
r6009 "HE BEING DEAD--YET SPEAKETH"
r6009 MUST LOYALLY COOPERATE
r6009 LEFT THE STORE-HOUSE FULL
r6010 MOULDED THOUGHT OF MILLIONS
r6010 OPENED OUR EYES OF UNDERSTANDING
r6010 "REPRESENTED ALL THAT WAS NOBLEST, HOLIEST, BEST"
r6010 RENEWAL OF CONSECRATION DAILY
r6011 BURY OUR SORROW IN SERVICE
r6011 REJOICING IN OUR PASTOR'S VICTORY
r6011 ORATION AT EVENING SERVICE
r6016 CLOSING SCENES IN NEW YORK AND PITTSBURGH
r6016 LETTERS EXPRESSING SYMPATHY AND LOYALTY

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VOL. XXXVII. DECEMBER 15 No. 24
A. D. 1916--A.M. 6045

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CONTENTS

1915--Annual Report--1916 . . . . 387
The Colporteur Work. . . . . 387
Pilgrim Service. . . . . . 388
Free Literature. . . . . . 388
The Pastoral Work . . . . . 388
Harvest Work Continues . . . . . 390
Organization of the Work . . . 390
"Ecce Homo!" (Poem). . . . . . 391
The Holy City . . . . . . . 392
The New Jerusalem . . . . . 392
The Glorified Temple . . . . 393
Blessings to be Shed Upon Mankind . 394
"Unto Us a Son is Given" . . . . 394
The True Light of the World. . . 395
The Antitypical Gideon's Band . . 395
Interesting Items . . . . . . 396
1917 Year Text Motto . . . . 396
Your Good Hopes for 1917 . . . . 397
Ministries of the Truth. . . . . 399
Index to The Watch Tower for 1916 . . 400

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PUBLISHED BY
WATCH TOWER BIBLE AND TRACT SOCIETY
"BROOKLYN TABERNACLE," 13-17 HICKS STREET,
BROOKLYN, N. Y., U. S. A.

Foreign Agencies:--British Branch: LONDON TABERNACLE, Lancaster Gate, London, W. German Branch: Unterdorner Str., 76, Barmen. Australasian Branch: Flinders Building, Flinders St., Melbourne. Please address the SOCIETY in every case.

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This journal is published under the supervision of an
Editorial Committee, at least three of whom have read
and approved each and every article appearing in these
columns. The names of the Editorial Committee are: W.E.
VAN AMBURGH, J.F. RUTHERFORD, H.C. ROCKWELL, F.H.
ROBISON, R.H. HIRSH.

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ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $1.00 (4s.) IN ADVANCE.
SEND MONEY BY EXPRESS, BANK DRAFT, POSTAL ORDER, OR REGISTERED.
FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES BY FOREIGN MONEY ORDERS, ONLY.
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Terms to the Lord's Poor as Follows:--All Bible Students who, by reason of old age, or other infirmity or adversity, are unable to pay for this journal, will be supplied Free if they send a Postal Card each May stating their case and requesting its continuance. We are not only willing, but anxious, that all such be on our list continually and in touch with the STUDIES, etc.

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BROTHER RUSSELL'S CHRISTMASTIDE GREETINGS

Shortly before his death Brother Russell gave instructions for the publication of a beautiful little card conveying his Christian greetings and best wishes to the New Creation, together with references to five recent WATCH TOWER articles which he considered particularly timely and helpful, also announcing the Year Text for 1917, over his signature. On the other side of this card is a rotogravure reproduction of the famous painting, "Christ Stilling the Storm on the Sea," as selected by our Pastor. According to his request, these cards are now being enclosed in all regular mail sent out from this office in acknowledgment of orders, etc. By this means practically all of our interested readers will receive one. Any who fail to receive a copy, may have one upon request.

Anticipating a continued demand for this picture, he ordered an edition in regular post-card form, with space for message, which may be had at 10c per doz., postpaid. We have also a quantity of the same picture in post-card size, printed on heavy coated paper, with "Our Morning Resolve" on the reverse side. These may be had for 6c per doz., postpaid.

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CONVENTION AT PITTSBURGH

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THE WATCH TOWER BIBLE AND TRACT SOCIETY is arranging for a Convention at Pittsburgh, Pa., to be held Saturday and Sunday, January 6th and 7th, 1917. Several of the brethren from the Brooklyn Tabernacle will be present and address the Convention. The Saturday sessions will be held in CARNEGIE HALL in Allegheny, and those on Sunday at the Lyceum Theatre, in Pittsburgh.

Any one desiring to make reservations for accommodation will please address Dr. W.E. Spill, 2509 Perrysville Ave., N.S., Pittsburgh, Pa.

EXAMINATION OF ANSWERS TO V.D.M. QUESTIONS

The Examining Board expects to complete its work before the end of the present month; but if for any reason its work should be delayed a little, we would advise that the election of any to represent your Class as either Elders or Deacons could be done on the same condition as that of the New York Congregation--subject to a successful examination of the answers to the questions.

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MEMOIRS OF PASTOR RUSSELL

The Society is contemplating the publication, in book form, of Memoirs of Brother Russell, together with a number of his sermons. Further announcement will be made in due time.

[CONTINUED ON PAGE 396.]

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My Morning Resolve

My Earliest Thought I Desire Shall Be:

"What shall I render unto the Lord for all His
benefits toward me? I will take the Cup of Salvation
and call upon the name of the Lord [for grace
to help]. I will pay my Vows unto the Most
High."--Psa. 116:12-14.

Remembering the Divine call, "Gather My saints together unto Me, those that have made a Covenant with Me by sacrifice" (Psa. 50:5), I resolve that by the Lord's assisting grace I will today, as a saint of God, fulfil my Vows, continuing the work of sacrificing the flesh and its interests, that I may attain unto the Heavenly inheritance in joint-heirship with my Redeemer.

I will strive to be simple and sincere toward all.

I will seek not to please and honor self, but the Lord.

I will be careful to honor the Lord with my lips, that my words may be unctuous and blessed to all.

I will seek to be faithful to the Lord, the Truth, the brethren and all with whom I have to do, not only in great matters, but also in the little things of life.

Trusting myself to Divine care and the Providential overruling of all my interests for my highest welfare, I will seek not only to be pure in heart, but to repel all anxiety, all discontent, all discouragement.

I will neither murmur nor repine at what the Lord's providence may permit, because

"Faith can firmly trust Him,
Come what may."

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r6021 1915--ANNUAL REPORT--1916
r6023 HARVEST WORK CONTINUES
r6024 THE HOLY CITY
r6024 "UNTO US A SON IS GIVEN"

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INTERESTING ITEMS
[CONTINUED FROM SECOND PAGE.]

1917 VOLUNTEER LITERATURE

The Society will have this ready for shipment about January 1. It was prepared by Brother Russell, and is specially appropriate for the times in which we are living. The leading article is: "The World on Fire." When ordering please mention B.S.M., Vol. 9, No. 1.

Classes are requested to place their orders as soon as possible that the Society may be able to estimate the quantity to be printed. In ordering do not figure on more than one copy for each English-speaking home. Where there are no Ecclesias, individual orders will be received. Volunteer numbers are supplied free of charge, transportation charges collect.

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HYMNS OF DAWN--KARATOL EDITION

We now have the MILLENNIAL DAWN HYMNAL (with music) bound in black karatol, round corners, red edges, embossed in oriental gold leaf: price 50c; postpaid. We also have a good supply of the regular cloth-bound Hymnals, on which the price has not been advanced; 35c postpaid. Small flexible edition, without music, 10c each.

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1917--YEAR TEXT MOTTO--1917

As our Year Text Brother Russell chose these words, "The Lord bless thee, and keep thee; the Lord make His face shine upon thee, and be gracious unto thee; the Lord lift up His countenance upon thee, and give thee peace." (Numbers 6:24-26.) Price, postpaid, 60c per dozen; 10c each.

ADVERTISING PUBLIC MEETINGS

Owing to the very high price of paper the BIBLE STUDENTS MONTHLY will not hereafter be used to advertise public meetings for Pilgrims and others. We would suggest the use of cards and newspaper columns instead. We will be glad to furnish cuts of the speakers as usual.

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WATCH TOWER RENEWALS

The friends are now so accustomed to looking at their WATCH TOWER wrapper for acknowledgment of receipt of renewal of subscription that we will not longer send post-card acknowledgment as heretofore. When a dollar is sent for renewal of your subscription the date on the outside of your wrapper will be advanced one year.

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"POEMS OF DAWN"

Many of the friends are not aware that since the first edition of "Poems of Dawn," a second has been issued containing two indexes-- alphabetical and topical--and twenty-one additional poems--Karatol, 50c; Leather, 75c, postpaid.

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LEESER BIBLE

The publishers advise us that there will be no more of these at prices on our former list. We are able, however, to secure a larger Leeser Bible, 7x10, at $2.25, cloth, postpaid. [page 397]

YOUR "GOOD HOPES" FOR 1917

[The plan here proposed we designate "GOOD HOPES," because nothing is actually promised--only your generous hopes expressed, based upon your future prospects as they now appear to you. The plan has proved not only so beneficial to the cause of Truth but also so blessed to the hopers, for some years past, that we again commend it to all as Scriptural and good. Those who desire to make use of this plan can fill out both of these memoranda. One should be kept for the refreshment of your memory; the other mail to us.]

----TO THE----

"WATCH TOWER BIBLE & TRACT SOCIETY."

Dear Friends:--I have read with interest of the openings for the STUDIES and Tract work in foreign lands and here at home. I need not tell you that I am deeply interested in the spread of the Glad Tidings of the lengths and breadths, the heights and depths of redeeming love expressed for us in God's great Plan of the Ages.

I am anxious to use myself--every power, every talent, voice, time, money, influence, all--to give to others this knowledge, which has so greatly blessed, cheered and comforted my own heart and placed my feet firmly upon the Rock of Ages.

I have been considering carefully, and praying to be instructed, how to use my various talents more to my Redeemer's glory and for the service of His people--those blinded by human tradition who are, nevertheless, hungering for "the good Word of God," and those also who are naked, not having on the wedding garment of Christ's imputed righteousness, the unjustified, who stand, at best, in the filthy rags of their own righteousness. I have decided that so far as my "money talent" goes, I will follow the rule so clearly laid down for us by the great Apostle Paul (1 Cor. 16:2), and will lay aside on the first day of each week, according to my thankful appreciation of the Lord's blessings during the preceding week. Out of this fund I wish to contribute to the several parts of the Lord's work carried on by our Tract Society. Of course, I cannot in advance judge or state particularly what the Lord's bounty may enable me to set apart weekly, and hence you will understand the sum indicated to be merely my conjecture or hope, based upon present prospects. I will endeavor to contribute more than I here specify; and should I not succeed in doing as well, the Lord will know my heart and you, also, will know of my endeavors.

My only object in specifying in advance what I hope to be able to do in this cause is to enable those in charge of the work of publishing and circulating the Tracts, etc., to form estimates, lay plans, make contracts, etc., with some idea of what I will at least try to do in the exercise of this, my highly appreciated privilege.

My present judgment is that during the coming year, by self-denial and cross-bearing, I shall be able to lay aside on the first day of each week for Home and Foreign Mission Work (to assist in circulating SCRIPTURE STUDIES in foreign languages, and in publishing the BIBLE STUDENTS MONTHLY in various languages, and in supplying these gratuitously to brethren who have the heart and opportunity to circulate them widely, and in meeting the expenses of brethren sent out as Lecturers to preach the Divine Plan of Salvation, and in general to be expended as the officers of the Society may deem best), the amount of........................per week.

To comply with United States Postal Laws, all or any portion of my donation may be applied as subscription price for WATCH TOWER sent to the Lord's poor or others, as the Society's officers may deem advisable.

That the work be not hindered, I will endeavor to send you what I shall have laid aside for this cause at the close of each quarter. I will secure a Bank Draft, Express Order or Postal Money Order as I may find most convenient, and will address the letter to

WATCH TOWER BIBLE & TRACT SOCIETY

BROOKLYN TABERNACLE, 13-17 HICKS ST., BROOKLYN, N.Y.

or, London Tabernacle, Lancaster Gate W., England; or,

Flinders Building, Flinders St., Melbourne, Australia.

(Name)...................................................

(Post Office)....................... (State).............

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WATCH TOWER SUBSCRIPTIONS
ON "GOOD HOPES" ACCOUNT.

The friends who contribute to the "Good Hopes" (described on the reverse of this sheet) at times desire to send THE WATCH TOWER to friends who are not yet interested enough to subscribe for themselves, or to deeply interested friends who are too poor to subscribe and backward about accepting our Lord's Poor offer. They are invited to give us such addresses below--the expense to be deducted from their donations. Give full name and address, and write very plainly, please, mentioning the length of the subscriptions:

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WATCH TOWER SUBSCRIPTION RENEWALS

Most of our subscriptions end with the year, so we take this opportunity to remark that we shall be glad to hear promptly from such as desire the visits of THE WATCH TOWER continued. The Lord's Poor friends have been requested to send their applications in May. When names are dropped and afterward renewed it makes us unnecessary trouble. When desiring to know date of expiration look on your TOWER wrapper. Date is given in lower left-hand corner.

A PRIVILEGE AND A SERVICE

We are convinced that THE WATCH TOWER lists do not contain the names of many of those deeply interested in its teachings. The total is small enough surely, and we are not content that the name of any should be missing. We believe that all such will be stimulated and encouraged on the "narrow way" by its semi-monthly appearance on their table, reminding them afresh of spiritual matters which the world, the flesh and the Devil continually tend to crowd out of mind and heart.

We have at times required that all desiring THE WATCH TOWER on credit, or free, as "the Lord's Poor," should make personal application; now we request every subscriber to inquire among those whom he knows to be interested in Present Truth, and to obtain the consent of all such to send in their subscriptions either on credit or free, as their circumstances may necessitate. Any getting it on credit may at any future time request that the debt be canceled, and we will cheerfully comply. We desire that as nearly as possible THE WATCH TOWER lists shall represent all deeply interested in its message.

Our object is not the gain of "filthy lucre," but "the perfecting of the saints for the work of ministry"--present and to come. (Eph. 4:12.) We offer no premiums, desiring the cooperation of such only as appreciate the privilege of being coworkers with us in this ministry.

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This is a condensed statement of the Divine Plan of the Ages--profusely illustrated--much information in little space. The ninety-six short, pithy lectures of the CREATION DRAMA can be supplied in print as follows:

De Luxe, gold edges, embossed, 400
illustrations ........................... $1.00 postpaid
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Paper in three booklets, complete, per set.. .25 "
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CHOICE MOTTO CARDS--1916-1917

We have, as usual, very choice sorts. These cards are made in Europe, hence subject to heavy expenses for freight and duty, especially since the war began. Nevertheless, we can supply them in the United States and Canada at less than retail European prices, because we supply them at about cost price--that is to say, about one-half the usual American prices. Besides this, we prepay postage or express charges. Our object is to encourage the embellishment of the homes of the Lord's people with faith-stimulating and courage-inspiring texts tastefully prepared. To facilitate the handling of these motto cards we assort them in packets, carefully packed, at the following prepaid rates:

Packet Ma--Twelve mottoes, small and medium, 50c.

Number Mb--Fourteen medium and small cards, $1.

Number Mc--Thirteen large, medium and small cards, $1.

Number Md--Four large and medium cards, $1.

Where $5 worth of these are sent to one address the saving in packing and expressage would be 50c., making the price $4.50. Order by number only.

*DAILY HEAVENLY MANNA

Those who use this book as we recommend are surely being blessed. Thousands testify to the help thus received. Its daily text should be read and commented on freely by all. Then the MANNA comment should be read. This book contains the same texts and comments as all former editions. Every alternate leaf is blank-ruled for use as an autograph and birthday record. Its value increases as additional autographs of friends are secured. It is printed on bond paper.

The following wholesale rates postpaid are granted to all WATCH TOWER subscribers:

Purple cloth, gold embossed, gilt edges; English and
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Leatherette, genuine gold edges, Swedish and
Norwegian......................................... 1.10
Genuine Morocco, gold edges, English, Polish and
Norwegian......................................... 2.00

We hope this little book will find a place at every breakfast table, that spiritual refreshment may thus be enjoyed with the natural food.

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Hymns of Dawn, with music (Karatol)................. $ .50
Hymns of Dawn, with music (cloth)................... .35
Hymns of Dawn, without music (flexible)............. .10
Poems of Dawn (Karatol)............................. .50
Poems of Dawn (Leather)............................. .75
Bible Talks in Simple Language (half leather)....... 1.25
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