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1972 PRYPS Convention

Hello again friends in Christ, Plans for the 1972 PRYPS convention are advancing steadily and so is the time of course; but, although we are looking forward to the convention we don’t want you to come too quickly. The dates which were published in our last letter in the Beacon Lights were a mistake. The […]

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Living for Christ

Yes! Let’s live for Christ! Already, I feel that some eyebrows have raised . . . perhaps because “living for Christ” has the same ring to it as does “Crusade for Christ” or “Youth for Christ.” And that ring is the ring of Arminianism. Sometimes I think that we are so afraid of anything that […]

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Two Men

We have often said that the future of our Churches in particular and the future of the Church of God in general is in the hands of our young people. We are training them daily to be the Church of tomorrow. This training is a momentous task of awe­some difficulty, as every parent knows. Often […]

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Open My Eyes

Have you ever seen a blind person trying to make his way across a busy street with only a white cane or seeing-eye dog as his guide? Have you ever thought of the utter despair and helplessness he must feel at times? Imagine not being able to see the sky or the flowers or the […]

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When Many are One

Mrs. Van was early as usual. She walked slowly toward an old building. It was old, but the green grass on the sloping lawn all around seemed to garb it with dignity. It stood a little apart from the house around it and the whiteness of its pillars and the color and design of its […]

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Guilty?

Most of us have undoubtedly heard that common question, “If you were arrested today for being a Christian, would you be found guilty?” But maybe we’ve just brushed it aside without giving it the thought that it should have deserved. Why don’t we make that question just a little stronger and a little more personal? […]

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The Fourth Shepherd – Sincere

. . that ye may be Sincere . . .” Christian and Hopeful had come to the Delectable Mountains (Isa. 49:9-11), which belong to the Lord of that hill mentioned before. “These mountains are Immanuel’s Land, and are within sight of His city.” Our two pilgrims were welcomed by four mountain shepherds, three of whom […]

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