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Do You Give Thanks?

“And let the peace of God rule in your hearts, to the which also ye are called in one body; and be ye thankful.”  Colossians 3:15 This month the Church of God in the earth will be reminded of one of her duties, but more beautifully and significantly of one of her sacred privileges and […]

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Protestant Reformed Education – A Unique Enterprise

Prof. Hanko presented this lecture, sponsored by the Protestant Reformed High School Circle, at Hope PRC on September 23, 1965 Introduction: When the committee discussed with me the topic for this speech, they made clear in the first place that they did not want a speech which spoke of the need of a Protestant Reformed […]

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The country in which we live is called a Christian country.  About 65% of the population belongs to some church while the remainder of the population has, at one time or another, been connected with the Church.  There are many denominations in the country, some very large, numbering better than 10,000,000 members.  There are others […]

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Lo, in the Gravy

 “Praise the Lord with harp; sing unto him with the psaltery and an instrument of ten strings.  Sing unto him a new song; play skillfully with a loud noise.”  Psalm 33:2-3 It is a strange title, I suppose, for an article of this nature.  Probably it is rather confusing too when first seen.  It was […]

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Thoughts on the Doctrine of Election (8)

It’s Character In our last installment, we answered the charge that election and reprobation make God a “respecter of persons.” When the angels that sinned fell, God provided no Saviour for them.  He was no respecter of their persons.  All were worthy of damnation, and all were damned.  But when man fell, God provided a […]

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Salvation on the Campus

“Tom looked like a bum when he came home for Christmas.  His clothes were filthy, he was wearing a mandarin beard and his hair hadn’t been cut since September.” The above title and paragraph are quoted from an article from Harper’s magazine, written by J. Glenn Gray.  Mr. Gray is a professor at Colorado College […]

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Genesis 41, 42

(continued from Sept.) c.  He keeps the faith. He is faithful in performing his new responsibilities as sent here by God. Two sons are born to him.  The first Manasseh, which means “causing to forget”, expressing that he could now forget the sting of being sold as a slave, since God was with him even […]

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