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James 2 (3)

Chapter 4: 12-13 A.    Connection between this and the preceding verses. 1.   In these verses James writes his conclusion of the verses 1-11. 2.   Instead of respecting persons, catering to the rich and oppressing the poor, we must speak and do as they what shall be judged by the law of liberty. This must determine […]

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Literature

A Definition of Literature: Very simply literature is talk written down. In the early history of mankind the best stories and most important legends, myths, and tales were handed down from one generation to another by word-of- mouth. Later when writing came into vogue these stories were written down for all posterity to read and […]

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Peace in 1967

We have just gone through the holiday season of Christmas and New Year. We stand on the threshold of 1967. What lies before us? The world has been emphasizing the idea of peace much. There has been the holiday truces in Vietnam, with the hope expressed that these truces might lie somehow be made permanent. […]

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Protestant Reformed Christian Instruction (5)

The Protestant Reformed Christian School’s Distinctiveness The Protestant Reformed Christian School is an extension of the home. There are certain tasks for which the home does not have the time nor the facilities. This is particularly true for the person who lives in the complexities of the twentieth century. It is even difficult for the […]

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The Origin and Value of House Visitation

The history of family visitation during the first years of the Protestant Reformation, the struggle for establishing the true Biblical religion was fierce indeed. Among the bitter problems which the reformers had to incline, there was none more contrary to the truth and more grievous to their own hearts, than that they were trying to […]

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Thoughts on the Doctrine of Election (20)

  Its Value. Conclusion The truth of election has very practical value in tile certainty of the true Christian’s salvation. It is a folly to attempt having assurance of salvation not founded on the basis of election. It makes no sense to acknowledge the effect while the cause is denied. No true assurance conies to […]

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Why Did I Become Protestant Reformed?

 “When thou saidst, Seek ye my face; my heart said unto thee, Thy face, Lord, will I seek.” Psalm 27:8.  “Turn thou me, and I shall be turned; for thou are the Lord my God”.  Jer. 31:18b  These texts in Scripture are very beautiful to me because they are the words I searched for in […]

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Current Events and Comments

In the Catholic paper “Operation Understanding”, a young teenager asked the question, what is considered a modest covering in swim wear and dress wear for boys and girls of high school age by their church? The editor of the column, Father Gonrov, began the answer by saying that modesty is not an end in itself, […]

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