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I Corinthians 14:20 – 15:34

LESSON 45 Not Confusion But Order I Cor. 14:20-40   The remainder of this chapter deals with the dignity and decorum of the Divine Service. Speaking with tongues (vss. 20-28) prophets (vss. 29-33) women (vss. 34-35) these all have their place. Let them take their place so that the Service may be what it ought […]

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Indian Drums and Broken Arrows

Indian Drums and Broken Arrows by Craig Massey, published by Zondervan Publishing House The setting of our story is in the days of the Revolutionary War. The English are influencing the Indians to plunder, murder, and terrify the settlers. To make matters worse, there are a few traitors to the American cause who are helping […]

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Labor: Joyful or Joyless

What if we have said in the foregoing articles about labor is true then we can indeed speak of the joy of labor. Think of what we have found as the truth! From the first pages of the Bible reporting the creation of man we learn that we are made to have dominion over the […]

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Nearer to God

Another year has come and gone, and again we stand on the threshold of a new year. Another year with all its joy and sorrow belongs to the irrevocable past, and again a new year with its unknown way stretches out before us. For just what awaits us on the way that lies ahead we […]

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Starry Night

Those of us who dwell in cities often miss a most rewarding experience: the sense of humility given by a starry night. The smoke of factory chimneys and automobile exhaust, the angular profiles of tall buildings and the glare of neon lights all contribute to dim our vision of the night-time sky. None of us, […]

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Stephan’s Prayer

Question: Who was Stephen praying for in Acts 7:60 when he said, “Lord lay not this sin to their charge.” Answer: He was praying for the same people for whom Christ prayed, when in the hour of his crucifixion he said: “Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do.” And this people are […]

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The Military Mailbag

Hey Fellas, You finally did it! Our column can at last stand on its own feet and speak for itself. * * * * * Korea, Nov. 2, 52 Dear All, I’m sorry I haven’t written to the Beacon Lights before but it’s so hard to keep up on all my mail and so easy […]

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The Woman’s Sphere

Our recent national elections have brought to the fore the perennial question of woman’s suffrage, or more particularly whether the Christian woman’s calling is to vote. There seems to be quite some disagreement on this point. It might, therefore, be interesting and instructive to listen in on a discussion Mary and Martha are having on […]

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Hitherto Hath the Lord Helped Us

Hitherto hath the Lord helped us. That was the proclamation of Samuel, in the seventh chapter and the twelfth verse of his first book, after the Philistines had been subdued by Israel. And this also was the shout of the whole congregation and assembly of Israel, because the Lord had delivered them from their enemies. […]

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