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Faithful In Vanity Fair

Faithful in Vanity Fair Christian and Faithful, passing on from the wilderness, approached the town of Vanity. An all-year-round fair was there so that it came to be called Vanity Fair. This was no newly erected business, for it was a thing of ancient standing, going back actually, to the Tower of Babel. Babel represents […]

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The Learning of Fools

“. . . ever learning and never able to come to the knowledge of the truth.” II Timothy 3:7 I am very well aware of the little text which I have written above this message from my “Study” is not even a complete sentence. Fact is, that it is not even a clause. It is […]

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My God, Heal Me!

This article was written for all kinds of people – for those who live in a perpetual fear of being socially unaccepted, for those who are afraid to share themselves with others, for those who are too hard and calloused towards others to recognize the cry of a desperate life. It was written for those […]

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I Fear I Am A Tom

The blue curtains in Tom’s bedroom move just slightly from the window’s tiny opening while early dawn streaks across last night’s sky. November’s light chilly breeze disturbs Tom from his peaceful sleep as he awakes to find himself chilled from the window he had forgotten to close. Being as tired as he was however, his […]

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A Crying Failure

Huge clouds of smoke rise in to the endless blue sky while man again writes on the pages of history. Excitedly, society waits for Apollo 15’s new and more advanced trip to become more a part of them. Meanwhile, research is being conducted and hours of study invested to bring into reality the not so […]

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Cleaning The Spindle

“Critique” is Twelve Years Old This Issue “Mr. K” visits a ‘christian nation’” was the heading of the first article contributed by the undersigned to a new rubric in the BEACON LIGHTS in the October-November-1959-issue, and now Nikita Krushchev is dead. The introduction, “Ground Breaking,” indicated that the writer would be committed to the reporting […]

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