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Two Builders: One Wise – One Foolish

Our Lord Jesus Christ told, while on earth, a story to a great multitude of people. That story had a moral which echoes throughout the annals of history. It concerned itself with two builders. One built a house on the sand near the shore of a stream, another built near the same stream, but dug […]

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Ruth

Ruth was a heathen, a Moabitess Who left her country of wickedness She went with Naomi, her mother-in-law To Israel where the people received them with awe. Ruth gleaned for Naomi in Boaz’s field From morning to dusk and great was her yield She took home some grain for Naomi and her. When it was […]

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News From, For, and About Our Churches

This is an Up-To-The-Minute report from Oaklawn regarding Convention Patrons. Churches No. of Patrons Hope 2 Holland 1 Creston 2 Grand Haven 1 First, G.R. 15 Southeast 2 Southwest 3 Hudsonville 0 Kalamazoo 0 Oaklawn 7 South Holland 7 Randolph 1 Hull 0 Doon 0 Lynden 0 Redlands 0 Loveland 0 Pella 1 Edgerton 1 […]

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Gravity

In the last article on weight an attempt was made to treat this law or principle of gravity from a more practical approach. In this article I would like to state some of its theoretical aspects that are of concern in the study of the universe about us. In that article the distinction between mass […]

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Finished

The Lenten season is with us once again, that blessed time wherein we commemorate in a special way the vicarious sufferings and death of our Lord Jesus Christ. Can you think about these things without thinking instantly of those wonderful Seven Words which our Savior uttered while on the cross? They are divided into groups […]

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Conventions…Good or Bad (Continued)

Misconduct and misbehavior are convention evils! No sign of them is to be found in a convention of Protestant Reformed young people. It must be the aim of every conventioneer to uproot every appearance of these evils and to strive “to be holy and without blame before Him in love.” That’s a Protestant Reformed objective […]

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Abstinence

The Roman Catholic believes that he must perform certain good works. He does these good works in order to help pay for his sins. Two ways by which a Catholic performs good works are by observing the laws of fast and abstinence. The following quotation is a list of regulations for observance of fast and […]

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A Proposition

When casting about for an appropriate subject for this article a chance remark of one of my students came to my mind and set me on the plan to this article. The incident was that of a student being corrected for some use of incorrect grammar outside of the classroom. The student remarked that it […]

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