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Our Federation Paper

One of the weightiest matters to be presented before the next Convention of the Protestant Reformed Young People’s Federation is the matter of the Federation paper. Beacon Lights is here to stay. It has made its first appearance and has met with a hearty reception, far above our fondest expectations. By this time, it has […]

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The Sermon on the Mount

Outline XVII Prayer, and the Golden Rule   Matt. 7:7-12 — “Ask. and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you: For every one that asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to him that knocketh it shall be opened. For what man is […]

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Prayer in the Modern World

A columnist in a Los Angeles paper writes a very descriptive column about social evils of our day. To me he seems to be Victor Hugo writing a “Les Miserables” of our modern world. A short time ago he praised a letter written from England by a nineteen-year-old girl, who wrote of the terrors of […]

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Plans for the ’41 Convention of the P.R.Y.P.S.

The 1941 Convention is to be held in Oaklawn, Illinois, with the Oaklawn Young People’s Society as the Host Committee. Tentative dates have been set for August 21 and 22,1941. The banquet has been discussed in detail and accommodations have been arranged. The ban­quet is to take place on the second evening of our Convention. […]

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The People That Walked in Darkness

The prophet Isaiah, speaking by the inspira­tion of the Holy Spirit, prophesied of the day when the Gentiles would have a part in God’s salvation in the words, “The people that walked in darkness have seen a great light: they that dwell in the land of the shadow of death, upon them hath the light […]

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Words in the Wind

It was a day late in April. A really beautiful day. Everyone remarked about the unusual weather Michigan was enjoying this Spring. It was wonderful to be alive on a day like this. One’s heart would almost skip a beat with excitement and joy. And that refreshing breeze! A breeze that gently rustled through the […]

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