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Youth in Bereavement

Ah, Lord God! Teach us Thy ways today! Teach us Thy ways in brilliance of glad jubilation, but also Teach us Thy ways in deepest, darkest mourning; For we have been bereaved!   Eternal God! Teach us Thy ways today! Teach us the glorious essence of Thyself That we behold Thee, as our God, in […]

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Convention News

25th Annual Young People’s Convention…South Holland, Illinois…Tuesday through Thursday, August 24-26, 1965…time to meet our young people for a few days again…Such were the thoughts running through the heads of quite a number of our Protestant Reformed young people.  Not only the young people, but judging from the find turnout at the pre-Convention Singspiration held […]

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Preparing Meat in the Summer

“The ants are a people not strong, yet they provide their meat in the summer” Proverbs 30:25 God’s great creation is as a most elegant book, wherein all creatures great and small, are as so many characters leading us to contemplate in invisible things of God, namely, his power and divinity. Solomon possibly had more […]

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We have called attention to some aspects of the history of the Christian Reformed Church in 1924, a history which resulted in the establishment of our own Protestant Reformed Churches.  At the very end of that article we quoted both the decisions of the Synod of the Christian Reformed Church concerning the dogma of common […]

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Thoughts on the Doctrine of Election

Its Justice   The enemies of election contend that for God to sovereignly choose a people to Himself and to deny the rest of mankind the same blessing as the elect is to become so partial as to treat the latter with the greatest inequality.  They must realize, however, that the God of election is […]

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The Classics – Good or Bad (3)

Last month’s Feature: “Classics—Good or Bad” will be concluded this month under the above rubric. The Case for Classics in the School I should state at the outset that my argument will assume that the Christian School—The Protestant Reformed Christian School—cannot avoid using the classics in its instruction of the youth.  This is the word […]

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Genesis 39-41

But God is faithful to His covenant. Notice the Name Jehovah in verses 7 and 10. a. Judah confesses his sin. Finds forgiveness and returns to the home of his father. b.Tamar is brought into the covenant line; the covenant family is preserved. c. From Perez king David is born. Ruth 4:18, 1 Chron. 2:5.  […]

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