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Goodwill

“the good will of Him that dwelleth in the bush” -Moses “with good will doing service as to the Lord!” -Paul “on earth peace, in men good will” -The Heavenly Host Christian, recovering from the set-back caused him by following Mr. Worldly-Wiseman’s counsel, went on once more in The Way with haste, heeding no one. […]

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Readers — That’s You!

The Beacon Lights’ Staff is once again requesting your help. When was the last time you wrote? We encourage you to send to the editor any article written for society or any school course. Also, please feel free to criticize any previous articles. This is not a dogmatic magazine, but is open for discussion. If […]

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News from, for and about our churches

Dear Readers, It is a month of good news! We have entered a new year and are standing on the threshold of a new decade. We have challenges to meet, tasks to do, sorrows to confront and questions to answer. We have a lot of work to do it looks like and sometimes that big, […]

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HAPPY NEW YEAR????

Already the words are repeated to each other: “Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.” (I am writing this in mid-December.) Happy New Year! What does man mean? What do we really mean when we say it? Are we thinking of what we speak? Or do we simply adopt a traditional expression—because everyone else uses it? […]

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A completely Unique Experience

The development of science accompanied by a powerful technology has given man great opportunities for enriching life, and hopes for a better tomorrow. One need only mention the great technological advances of our Twentieth Century to verify that this truly is a scientific age. At the beginning of the century men spoke of the horseless […]

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Trivia

The year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and seventy, and it is time for yet another picture of old “Father Time” and his reaper. Nineteen seventy, and “Father Time” is pushed aside by the infant new year (looking suspiciously like a kewpie doll). Nineteen seventy, and the world erupts in frenzied celebration as the delayed […]

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