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Ishmael Blessed and in the Covenant (IV)

“As for Ishmael, I have heard thee; behold, I have blessed him!” (Gen. 17:20). These words are uttered in God’s answer to Abraham’s prayer. Ishmael, by many, not by all, commentators is regarded as a reprobate. With them we disagree. Nor do we believe that the words quoted above mean only that God would in […]

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The Christian and Politics

When we speak of the Christian and politics we should have a definition of the two words, Christian and politics. I think we would all claim to know more or less what a Christian is. A Christian, it is said, is a person who professes a belief in Jesus Christ and who follows the teachings […]

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News from, for and about our churches

Membership: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Potjer and their two baptized children have transferred from First to Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gunnink and one child have transferred from First to Edgerton. On February 23, public confession of faith was made by Ron Brands and Allen Brummel from Edgerton. Miscellaneous: The Junior and the Senior Choir […]

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Laying Down Life For His Sheep

Our Lord Jesus Christ intentionally and voluntarily gave His life for the sheep. Do you understand the wonder of this? Jesus Christ Who was perfectly righteous and holy laid down His life. Our Lord freely suffered the penalty for sin! He died for our sin! This is an amazing wonder, beloved young people. It is […]

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Interpretations of History: An Introduction

The church of God lives in alarming days. God’s covenant people can begin to see what the days were like in the times of Sodom and Gomorrah and in the days before God destroyed the world with the great universal flood. He who cannot see this is not informed or refuses to read the signs. […]

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When Death Takes a Father

When Death Takes a Father By Gladys Kooiman Book Review Baker Book House, 171 pages, $3.95 Reviewed by R. Reitsma The walk through the “valley of the shadow of death” is often a very lonely walk—both for the one who must make the journey and for those who must walk along side. For those who […]

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