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What’s Right with it?

What’s wrong with the world today? More specifically, what’s wrong with this generation of Young People? I’m sure we’ve all heard this many times, “We would never have thought of doing the things these kids do when we were that age.” I had heard it so many times that I stopped listening until suddenly I […]

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Catch the Vision!

The Berlin Sportpalast (Sports Palace) is packed to capacity. From thousands of voices rises a constant din. There is an air of excitement, expectancy and eagerness. People of every age and class are here, the young, the old, the middle aged, the factory worker, the office girl, the doctor, the student, the nurse and many […]

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Reproached by the Enemy

The nations rage and the people imagine a vain thing, when has this not been the case? The sea rages in the storm and the mire is cast up, at which time has this not been the case? Wars plague the continents, and rumors of war cause all men to faint in their exertions for […]

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The Basis of our Doxology, Soli Deo Gloria

This speech was given by Rev. D. H. Kuiper at the 1967 Young People’s Convention Outing at Newton Hills, South Dakota.   Why should young people praise God, and God alone? Why should theology, and especially Protestant Reformed theology, concern itself with the honor and glory of God? Why do you as young people devote […]

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Assurance: Nurtured and Maintained

The gift and grace of assurance is received, nurtured and maintained through a holy, godly and righteous life, and not otherwise. It is an outright gift and blessing of God’s unconditional covenant. And, “whereas in all covenants, there are contained two parts,” God’s part in this case being the settling of assurance in the heart […]

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A New Topic

Dear Mark, In answer to an article written by Roger Kamphuis in the August-September issue of Beacon Lights, I would like to present a few suggestions on the subject of the war in Vietnam. It was mentioned that “we as Protestant Reformed people must not support the war in Vietnam.” I would point out that […]

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Principles for Teaching Bible (continued)

The students in Protestant Reformed Christian schools who are to be disciplined by and in the truths of the Scriptures are members of God’s Church, and Covenant. They are those who have been ingrafted into the Christian Church by work of the Holy Spirit. Of this baptism is an undoubted sign and seal. The children […]

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