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My Bible

Oh how precious is my Bible It inspires day by day It’s my lamp in earthly darkness Shining all along my way.   By its precepts I am guided In the way that I should go Strength It gives my weary footstep When my gait is languished, slow.   Drooping hearts can smile more sweetly […]

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Peace in a World of Strife

“And there were . . . shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night.” And lo! like a shaft of light pene­trating the darkness and halting among them, there stood an angel. The glory that radiated from him turned the night into the brightness of noonday. As their eyes became adjusted […]

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I Corinthians 1:22-2:16

OUTLINE 9 Christ the Power and Wisdom of God I Corinthians 1:22-25   A.  How the apostle comes to this theme. We must understand that this sec­tion is closely connected to the preceding- verse and forms a sort of parallel to it. But it is a parallel which elaborates in fuller detail. This is plain […]

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Sunshine after Storm

Sunshine after Storm by Norman E. King, Published by, Zondervan Publishing House. Pastor Bob Leverly and his wife, Mary, were deep in thought as they drove out of the city and down the high­way toward Leads Junction. A brisk wind was piling snow on the road, mak­ing driving difficult and hazardous. As they drove on, […]

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Military Mailbag

Hey, fellows! You’re slipping! Only two letters for this month!! Must be no one has anything to say. We thought you were all letter writers, so we don’t have anyone to take your place. I’ll grant you, I don’t like to write letters, but I do like to receive them, so that means I write […]

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The Street Singer

The Street Singer by Sallie Lee Bell, Published by Zondervan Publishing House The Street Singer is a novel of old New Orleans. The story has its setting in New Orleans immediately after the city was given to the Spanish by the French. The citizens, many of whom are of French parentage, rebel against Spanish rule. […]

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Genetics in Genesis

I trust the reader is familiar with the history recorded in Genesis 27, 28, 29, and 30 of Jacob’s flight to Padan-Aram, the home of his uncle Laban, in order to escape the burning wrath of his brother Esau. You will also recall the dealings Jacob had with his uncle Laban and how God prospered […]

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Concerning the Term: Sacraments (2)

Those of our readers, who did not do like the Scotchman referred to in our former instalment on this subject, will remember, no doubt, that we now stand in our discussion of the term Sacraments (sacramentum) before two questions. They are: 1. How is it to be explained, that our fathers began to speak of […]

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Cain

I have this question bearing of Cain. Said Cain to the Lord: “My punishment is greater than I can bear. Behold, thou hast driven me out this day from the face of the earth; and from thy face I shall be hid; and I shall be a fugitive and a vagabond in the earth; and […]

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