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Valley News &amp; Views Page 5 January 3rd, 2013 :!  : .... ! : i, ........ . ii'  i  ..... I want to look at four benefits of having the Holy Spirit as shown in Romans 8. The first is "Freedom from condemnation". Verse one says, "There is...now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit." One of the most difficult areas of life to deal with is condemnation, especially that which relates to sin (the transgressing of God's law). Our heart and mind tell us we are guilty (conscience), and therefore due punishment at some future date. The devil will insert himself here with thoughts that there is no point in coming to God. He is so angry with us that He would not even receive us if we did seek His forgiveness. It is true the Bible says that God is angry with the sinner all the time, but we don't stop there. It also says that God will readily receive everyone who comes to Him with a repentant heart. Secondly, because of the Holy Spirit we may have an intimate relationship with the Father, whereby we may cry out 'bba, Father"(v: 15). This is the manner in which Jesus addressed God when praying in Gethsemane just prior to His betrayal, arrest, and crucifixion (Mark 14:36). Abba "denotes an affectionate endearing iHzan importunity" (Matthew Henry Commentary). Third. An Assurance of Position. Verse 16 says that as we pray "Abba Father" the Holy Spirit whispers to our spirit "that we are the children of God". It's comparable to the Father saying at Jesus' baptism "this is my beloved Son in whom I am well-pleased". Finally, there is "Help in a Time of Inadequate Understanding. Verse 26 tells us "...for we know not what we should pray for as we ought: but the Spirit itself maketh intercession for us...." by pastor leroy aufenkamp If you are looking for a Christmas idea for an elderly friend or relative, we have a couple of ideas for you. We have gift certificates for senior meals available for people who come to the congregate meal site at the senior center. Gift certificates are available for the suggested donation, $4.00 per meal. If your loved one is currently receiving home delivered meals, you may also purchase gift certificates for them at $4.00 9er meal. If someone is not receiving home delivered meals, they can only receive gift certificates to have their meals delivered if they agree to a home visit by the OutreachWorker. If someone does not want a home visit, you can purchase meals for them at the full meal price, $6.75. We also have transit passes available to be used for rides on the transportation van or bus. The transit passes can be used in Drayton, to go to Grafton, or to go to Grand Forks. Other gift ideas for the elderly are to give gifts of things that will be consumed: food items or toiletries- shampoo, toothpaste, etc. Most elderly people do not need more "things" to collect at their house. The best gift you can give an elderly person is the gift of time. Take time this holiday season to stop in and visit a homebound person. It will really brighten their day. 'failer Ne s and Vie s V;eather Summ,'lry Senior Meals Through Monday January 18th Potatoes, Stewed Tomatoes and Apricot Halves Tuesday January 8th Hamburger on WW Bun, Vegetable Beef Soup, Soda Crackers, Romaine Salad with dressing and Fruit Cocktail Wednesday January 9th Swiss ,Steak, Parslie6 Potato, Broccoli Cuts and Pears Thursday January lOth Pork Roast, Mashed Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables, Orange Slice and Pineapple Chunks Friday January 1 lth Chicken Noodle Casserole, WW Bread-l, Green Beans, Romaine Salad with Dressing and Mandarin Oranges Monday January 14th Pineapple Glazed Pork Thursday December 27th Spanish Rice, Peas and Carrots and Mandarin Orange Friday December 28th Ginger Pork Chop, Scalloped Potatoes, Beets, Orange Dessert and WW Bread-1 Monday December 31 st Lasagna, Orange Wedge, Coles aw and Pear Ha ves Thursday January 3rd Pork Chop in Mushroom Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Peas and Carrots and Tropical Fruits Friday January 4th Salisbury Steak, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy, California Blend and Peaches Monday January 7th Meatballs in Gravy, Mashed Chop, Parstied Potato, Mixed Vegetables and Pears Tuesday January 15th Sloppy Joe on WW Bun, Potato Soup, Soda Crackers, Peach Halves and Apple Crisp with Topping Wednesday January 16th Turkey with Dressing, Mashed Potatoes, California Blendl Cranberry Sauce and Pumpkin Crunch Dessert Thursday January 17th BBQ Ribs, Baked Potato, Mixed Vegetables ad Baked Apple with Cinnamon and Nuts Friday January 18th Breaded Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans and Pears in Gelatin Detailed I..eal I'.rcc;N I,ocal I V Indi:'t I't';lk I:ishin!lhiniin 7 I'init',, Ihis Week Vtl'a i ht!r '1 i'i' ii llll,'lhlon (ll:lrl I hk %%eek !A t'al lier Itistoi') la',l 'flock's dniali:it" i lit'oil in l)ci'ec' Ih'c, All meals served wilh whole wheat bread, margarine and 1% milk. Suggested donation is $4.00, Under 60, $6.75. Pembiea County Meals and Transportation - CoIl: 454-6586 Back When Continued From Page 3 oftheDraytonwatersupply in the past few weeks and an explanation of the condition has been offered by T.M. Sullivan, superintendent of the water department. Ardoch Lake was drained through the Forest River into the Red River from which the Drayton supply is taken, says Mr. Sullivan. The water that was drained into the local supply was stagnant and had a heavy mineral content. The stagnant taste and mineral content was so heavy that it could not be controlled until the larger volume of water had flowed past the Drayton intake. January 4th, 1973 Drayton Express The year of 1972 was ushered out with the first snow storm of the season when six inches of snow fell on Saturday and Sunday accompanied by wind. Although the wind did not reach any great velocity, visibility made driving hazardous by late afternoon on Saturday and part of Sunday. The possible hijacking of a charter flight from Grand Forks International Airport may have been averted at Pembina Tuesday night. Three Paraguayan born Germans were tdenied entrance to the United States at the Pembina border crossing, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation office in Grand Forks. The three were members of a larger group of Paraguayan No Driver's License Required Courtesy of Cousin Pat A man was sitting on a lawn sunning and reading, when he was startled by a fairly late model car crashing through a hedge and coming to rest on his lawn. He helped the elderly driver, of Norwegian decent, out of the car and sat him on a lawn chair. "My goodness," he exclaimed, "you are quite old to be driving!" "Ya," the driver replied, "I'm am old enough dat I don't even need a license anymore." "Hows that," the man asked" "Veil," the old man said, "Da last time I vent to my doctor he examined me, and asked ifI had a drivers license. I told him 'yes' and handed it to him. He took scissors out of a drawer, cut da license into pieces and threw them in the wastebasket." He told me, "You won't be needing this anymore." I tought dat vas yust great, so I tanked him and left." Thankyou to Drayton Drug for the $25 Gift Certificate I won during their Christmas Open House. Marlene Aasand born Germans who had emigrated to Canada, and who were planning a charter flight to Asuncion, Paraguay, by way of Grand Forks and Miami. Their group was to meet another group arriving from Seattle. The FBI officials responded to a phone tip that the three had bragged earlier they were planning to hijack a charter flight. The three were not charged, but were returned to Canada, the FBI said. "Doing business without advertising is like winking at a girl in the dark. You know what you're doing, but nobody else does." Steuart Henderson Britt So Advertise in the Valley News and Views Thursday Friday Mostly Sunny Mostly Sunn) 1115 22/6 I q 4 I: 16171  I<J ll01 tl+l !1..,2: f.ow. 35: Makrat, 6-7: I/igk . li) Very nigh. 11 *: }.trlllC t;,Xldrc Are harrica/tes dways named i J <Tif em"ht<,`> f Satlllll o|llut l)Ul'l ailiu jo <sll alll ailtu,lll (atl -oi, I lalh..J.Zl.7. - An overnight freeze enabled (}eorge Washington and his troops to flank the British at Trenton, cross their lines at Princeton and seek security in the hills of northern New Jersey, .llJlb_4.l.t. - I Ip to a foot of snow blanketed tile mourltains of West Virginia and strong winds ill the northeastern [hilled Stales produced wind chin readings as cold as 60 degrees below zero in Maine. Mount Washington. N.H, reported wind !usts to 136 mph, ip n .. =-==t|=,- l]ll -a ==* = Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wedne,cday MOSII) SUlUl) Mostly Sunu) I'artl? Cloud) 5no Possible Parlly Cloudy 21 / II 26/ 14 27/ I1 281 12 21 i5 "[<lay we will see mostly suan 3 skies with a high temlx'rature of I I , humidity of 85%. South southwest wiud 6 to 13 mph. The record high tctnpen, ure ,or l(lay is 4V set in ITS',4. Expect inostly clear skies toulght with au overnight low of Y. The record low for tonight is ..20" set il 1982, Friday. skies will be mosl b sunny sfith u high temlYeramrc' ot 22 , humidii) ol q2%. Skies will be iurtty cloudy Pnday night with au overnight low of t' Epecl mo;ll) sunny skies Satilrday iith a high tentpt, Y, lture of 21". Skies will remain mostly stmny Sun&ly with a high ienlperaturt, of 26 '>. bakIim gr.aklimm lh AM EM Da. AM P_M "Ihu 3:21 521 3:5 I-5:51 M?U (,:46-8:4(i 7:16-9:16 Fri 4:tK-6:08 4:38-6:38 rue 7:45-9:45 8:15-10:15 Sat 457 6:57 5:27.7:27 Wed 8:47 1l):47 9:17 I 1:17 Suu 5:50..7:50 6:20 8:20 ww w. W hatsOurWealher.crm Last 1/4 Ne till 5.tmti Sunt Mamnd Moon 8:20 a.m. 4:4"7, p.nl. 1158 pJn. I I:()1 a.m,  Rrt 8:2(I a,m, 4:48 pJn. No Rise I 1:26 a.m, 1/18 8:20 a.m. 4:49 p.m. I:ll) a.m. I 1:54 aJn, 8:2(I aJn. 4:50 i, Jn. 2:24 n.m. 12:27 p.m, " ,. 8:19 aJn, 4:51 p.m. 3:38 a.m. 1:07 pro. Full 8:19 aJn. 4:53 p.m. 4:51 a.nl. 1:5, p,nt, 1126 8:18 a.m. 454 p.nl. 5:59 a.ln. 2:5t p,m, 7,; '," 12/25 4 -15 1710 1226 5 -6 16/O 12127 16 5 161-1 1228 t2 3 161-1 112129 12 -8 16i-I 12!30 t8 0 /5/-I 12/31 0 -It 15/-2 Fnrmer's Growing Degree Days 0.00" 12,,'25 (I 12/29 0 t),l)" 1226 0 12130 (I 0.00" 1227 0 12!3 t 0 O,(X)" 12128 0 .... , O .... O, ..... These Announcements Sponsored By : <\< < ...... <*"/7," : KodaBank Adamson-Austin Funeral Home 701-454-3333 Dr. Tom Dunham Optometrist 701-454-3340 Larson Semi-Trailer Sales 218-455-3341 Motel 66 Drayton 701 454-6464 David L. Petersen Attorney i 701-454-3515 This Space for Rent Northdale Oil 701-454-3342 Drayton Insurance Agency 701-454-3317 Kelly's Country Market i 701-454-3811 i Ed's Lawn Care 701-360-3256 Valley News and Views 701-360-3005 Valley News and Views- PO Box 309- Drayton; N:D; Email: valleynv@polarcomm.com /i Valley News & Views Page 5 January 3rd, 2013 :!  : .... ! : i, ........ . ii'  i  ..... I want to look at four benefits of having the Holy Spirit as shown in Romans 8. The first is "Freedom from condemnation". Verse one says, "There is...now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit." One of the most difficult areas of life to deal with is condemnation, especially that which relates to sin (the transgressing of God's law). Our heart and mind tell us we are guilty (conscience), and therefore due punishment at some future date. The devil will insert himself here with thoughts that there is no point in coming to God. He is so angry with us that He would not even receive us if we did seek His forgiveness. It is true the Bible says that God is angry with the sinner all the time, but we don't stop there. It also says that God will readily receive everyone who comes to Him with a repentant heart. Secondly, because of the Holy Spirit we may have an intimate relationship with the Father, whereby we may cry out 'bba, Father"(v: 15). This is the manner in which Jesus addressed God when praying in Gethsemane just prior to His betrayal, arrest, and crucifixion (Mark 14:36). Abba "denotes an affectionate endearing iHzan importunity" (Matthew Henry Commentary). Third. An Assurance of Position. Verse 16 says that as we pray "Abba Father" the Holy Spirit whispers to our spirit "that we are the children of God". It's comparable to the Father saying at Jesus' baptism "this is my beloved Son in whom I am well-pleased". Finally, there is "Help in a Time of Inadequate Understanding. Verse 26 tells us "...for we know not what we should pray for as we ought: but the Spirit itself maketh intercession for us...." by pastor leroy aufenkamp If you are looking for a Christmas idea for an elderly friend or relative, we have a couple of ideas for you. We have gift certificates for senior meals available for people who come to the congregate meal site at the senior center. Gift certificates are available for the suggested donation, $4.00 per meal. If your loved one is currently receiving home delivered meals, you may also purchase gift certificates for them at $4.00 9er meal. If someone is not receiving home delivered meals, they can only receive gift certificates to have their meals delivered if they agree to a home visit by the OutreachWorker. If someone does not want a home visit, you can purchase meals for them at the full meal price, $6.75. We also have transit passes available to be used for rides on the transportation van or bus. The transit passes can be used in Drayton, to go to Grafton, or to go to Grand Forks. Other gift ideas for the elderly are to give gifts of things that will be consumed: food items or toiletries- shampoo, toothpaste, etc. Most elderly people do not need more "things" to collect at their house. The best gift you can give an elderly person is the gift of time. Take time this holiday season to stop in and visit a homebound person. It will really brighten their day. 'failer Ne s and Vie s V;eather Summ,'lry Senior Meals Through Monday January 18th Potatoes, Stewed Tomatoes and Apricot Halves Tuesday January 8th Hamburger on WW Bun, Vegetable Beef Soup, Soda Crackers, Romaine Salad with dressing and Fruit Cocktail Wednesday January 9th Swiss ,Steak, Parslie6 Potato, Broccoli Cuts and Pears Thursday January lOth Pork Roast, Mashed Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables, Orange Slice and Pineapple Chunks Friday January 1 lth Chicken Noodle Casserole, WW Bread-l, Green Beans, Romaine Salad with Dressing and Mandarin Oranges Monday January 14th Pineapple Glazed Pork Thursday December 27th Spanish Rice, Peas and Carrots and Mandarin Orange Friday December 28th Ginger Pork Chop, Scalloped Potatoes, Beets, Orange Dessert and WW Bread-1 Monday December 31 st Lasagna, Orange Wedge, Coles aw and Pear Ha ves Thursday January 3rd Pork Chop in Mushroom Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Peas and Carrots and Tropical Fruits Friday January 4th Salisbury Steak, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy, California Blend and Peaches Monday January 7th Meatballs in Gravy, Mashed Chop, Parstied Potato, Mixed Vegetables and Pears Tuesday January 15th Sloppy Joe on WW Bun, Potato Soup, Soda Crackers, Peach Halves and Apple Crisp with Topping Wednesday January 16th Turkey with Dressing, Mashed Potatoes, California Blendl Cranberry Sauce and Pumpkin Crunch Dessert Thursday January 17th BBQ Ribs, Baked Potato, Mixed Vegetables ad Baked Apple with Cinnamon and Nuts Friday January 18th Breaded Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans and Pears in Gelatin Detailed I..eal I'.rcc;N I,ocal I V Indi:'t I't';lk I:ishin!lhiniin 7 I'init',, Ihis Week Vtl'a i ht!r '1 i'i' ii llll,'lhlon (ll:lrl I hk %%eek !A t'al lier Itistoi') la',l 'flock's dniali:it" i lit'oil in l)ci'ec' Ih'c, All meals served wilh whole wheat bread, margarine and 1% milk. Suggested donation is $4.00, Under 60, $6.75. Pembiea County Meals and Transportation - CoIl: 454-6586 Back When Continued From Page 3 oftheDraytonwatersupply in the past few weeks and an explanation of the condition has been offered by T.M. Sullivan, superintendent of the water department. Ardoch Lake was drained through the Forest River into the Red River from which the Drayton supply is taken, says Mr. Sullivan. The water that was drained into the local supply was stagnant and had a heavy mineral content. The stagnant taste and mineral content was so heavy that it could not be controlled until the larger volume of water had flowed past the Drayton intake. January 4th, 1973 Drayton Express The year of 1972 was ushered out with the first snow storm of the season when six inches of snow fell on Saturday and Sunday accompanied by wind. Although the wind did not reach any great velocity, visibility made driving hazardous by late afternoon on Saturday and part of Sunday. The possible hijacking of a charter flight from Grand Forks International Airport may have been averted at Pembina Tuesday night. Three Paraguayan born Germans were tdenied entrance to the United States at the Pembina border crossing, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation office in Grand Forks. The three were members of a larger group of Paraguayan No Driver's License Required Courtesy of Cousin Pat A man was sitting on a lawn sunning and reading, when he was startled by a fairly late model car crashing through a hedge and coming to rest on his lawn. He helped the elderly driver, of Norwegian decent, out of the car and sat him on a lawn chair. "My goodness," he exclaimed, "you are quite old to be driving!" "Ya," the driver replied, "I'm am old enough dat I don't even need a license anymore." "Hows that," the man asked" "Veil," the old man said, "Da last time I vent to my doctor he examined me, and asked ifI had a drivers license. I told him 'yes' and handed it to him. He took scissors out of a drawer, cut da license into pieces and threw them in the wastebasket." He told me, "You won't be needing this anymore." I tought dat vas yust great, so I tanked him and left." Thankyou to Drayton Drug for the $25 Gift Certificate I won during their Christmas Open House. Marlene Aasand born Germans who had emigrated to Canada, and who were planning a charter flight to Asuncion, Paraguay, by way of Grand Forks and Miami. Their group was to meet another group arriving from Seattle. The FBI officials responded to a phone tip that the three had bragged earlier they were planning to hijack a charter flight. The three were not charged, but were returned to Canada, the FBI said. "Doing business without advertising is like winking at a girl in the dark. You know what you're doing, but nobody else does." Steuart Henderson Britt So Advertise in the Valley News and Views Thursday Friday Mostly Sunny Mostly Sunn) 1115 22/6 I q 4 I: 16171  I<J ll01 tl+l !1..,2: f.ow. 35: Makrat, 6-7: I/igk . li) Very nigh. 11 *: }.trlllC t;,Xldrc Are harrica/tes dways named i J <Tif em"ht<,`> f Satlllll o|llut l)Ul'l ailiu jo <sll alll ailtu,lll (atl -oi, I lalh..J.Zl.7. - An overnight freeze enabled (}eorge Washington and his troops to flank the British at Trenton, cross their lines at Princeton and seek security in the hills of northern New Jersey, .llJlb_4.l.t. - I Ip to a foot of snow blanketed tile mourltains of West Virginia and strong winds ill the northeastern [hilled Stales produced wind chin readings as cold as 60 degrees below zero in Maine. Mount Washington. N.H, reported wind !usts to 136 mph, ip n .. =-==t|=,- l]ll -a ==* = Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wedne,cday MOSII) SUlUl) Mostly Sunu) I'artl? Cloud) 5no Possible Parlly Cloudy 21 / II 26/ 14 27/ I1 281 12 21 i5 "[<lay we will see mostly suan 3 skies with a high temlx'rature of I I , humidity of 85%. South southwest wiud 6 to 13 mph. The record high tctnpen, ure ,or l(lay is 4V set in ITS',4. Expect inostly clear skies toulght with au overnight low of Y. The record low for tonight is ..20" set il 1982, Friday. skies will be mosl b sunny sfith u high temlYeramrc' ot 22 , humidii) ol q2%. Skies will be iurtty cloudy Pnday night with au overnight low of t' Epecl mo;ll) sunny skies Satilrday iith a high tentpt, Y, lture of 21". Skies will remain mostly stmny Sun&ly with a high ienlperaturt, of 26 '>. bakIim gr.aklimm lh AM EM Da. AM P_M "Ihu 3:21 521 3:5 I-5:51 M?U (,:46-8:4(i 7:16-9:16 Fri 4:tK-6:08 4:38-6:38 rue 7:45-9:45 8:15-10:15 Sat 457 6:57 5:27.7:27 Wed 8:47 1l):47 9:17 I 1:17 Suu 5:50..7:50 6:20 8:20 ww w. W hatsOurWealher.crm Last 1/4 Ne till 5.tmti Sunt Mamnd Moon 8:20 a.m. 4:4"7, p.nl. 1158 pJn. I I:()1 a.m,  Rrt 8:2(I a,m, 4:48 pJn. No Rise I 1:26 a.m, 1/18 8:20 a.m. 4:49 p.m. I:ll) a.m. I 1:54 aJn, 8:2(I aJn. 4:50 i, Jn. 2:24 n.m. 12:27 p.m, " ,. 8:19 aJn, 4:51 p.m. 3:38 a.m. 1:07 pro. Full 8:19 aJn. 4:53 p.m. 4:51 a.nl. 1:5, p,nt, 1126 8:18 a.m. 454 p.nl. 5:59 a.ln. 2:5t p,m, 7,; '," 12/25 4 -15 1710 1226 5 -6 16/O 12127 16 5 161-1 1228 t2 3 161-1 112129 12 -8 16i-I 12!30 t8 0 /5/-I 12/31 0 -It 15/-2 Fnrmer's Growing Degree Days 0.00" 12,,'25 (I 12/29 0 t),l)" 1226 0 12130 (I 0.00" 1227 0 12!3 t 0 O,(X)" 12128 0 .... , O .... O, ..... These Announcements Sponsored By : <\< < ...... <*"/7," : KodaBank Adamson-Austin Funeral Home 701-454-3333 Dr. Tom Dunham Optometrist 701-454-3340 Larson Semi-Trailer Sales 218-455-3341 Motel 66 Drayton 701 454-6464 David L. Petersen Attorney i 701-454-3515 This Space for Rent Northdale Oil 701-454-3342 Drayton Insurance Agency 701-454-3317 Kelly's Country Market i 701-454-3811 i Ed's Lawn Care 701-360-3256 Valley News and Views 701-360-3005 Valley News and Views- PO Box 309- Drayton; N:D; Email: valleynv@polarcomm.com /i