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Genesis 9

God’s Covenant with Noah– Genesis 9:1 -17 God had performed a mighty, earth-shaking act in destroying the world with the flood. The fountains of the deep were broken and the windows of heaven were opened. Cresting the heaving sea was an ark adorned with God’s precious creatures. With waters abated, Noah offered the clean animals […]

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The Sundry Problems of Your Missionary

Everyone has problems. Some are large and important since they are of far-reaching consequence; others are relatively trivial. Such are also the problems of your missionary. It is not really a matter of anxious concern that we have such problems, nor should we feel that something strange has befallen us. Above all, we should not […]

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What Shall We Drink?

The Book of Exodus, chapter 15, verses 22 through 26, records for us the history of Israel at Marah.  This was Israel’s first stop on their journey out of Egypt into the land of Canaan.  It was here at Marah that Israel asked the question: “What shall we drink?”  At first glance the question seems […]

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Convention Memories

Late Sunday night, Aug. 18, was a busy time for the thirty young people who were preparing to leave Grand Rapids on the Edgerton bus. Last minute activities included collection of bus fare, well wishes (and admonitions) from parents, and a short talk by Rev. C. Hanko. Amidst the waves and noise of the onlookers […]

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A Serviceman’s Experiences

Now that my tour in the military service is near completion, I would like to have a little space in the Beacon Lights to give the readers a glimpse of the experiences of a serviceman. Although these experiences will not be new to everyone, perhaps they will be of some instruction to our readers. After […]

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