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A Wonderful Thing

Every living thing fears death. An animal instinctively runs from the hunter, perhaps to live only briefly away from the final bullet. Reprobate man fears death as a termination of any conscious life at the least, or at most, a time of judgment. A child of God quite understandably fears death too. This is not […]

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Zero Population Growth

Motherhood has, in certain circles, become a nasty state. Ten or so years ago the ideal American mother was one with two, three or several more children who enjoyed her family role. Today there is a paranoid element evident according to which the “Mother of the Year” is a woman who has been voluntarily sterilized […]

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Evangelism Thrust – Are We Called to Serve?

All denominations in the United States and Canada who call themselves Christian can participate. We can now do “mission­ary work” with those who deny the one-for-all completed sacrifice of Jesus Christ. We can now participate with those who openly deny the deity of Christ and the blood of atonement. If we participate with them in […]

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Little-Faith

O Little-faith! for what (purpose) did you doubt? (Matt. 14:31, Gk.) This man is from the town of Sincere, therefore a good man, and going on pilgrimage, just as Christian and Hopeful. On the way down from Broadway Gate there is a very dark lane called Dead Man’s Lane, because so many murders have been […]

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A Look at the Christian Scientist

“For a number of years Christian Science was presented to me, and I was opposed to it and very strong in my opposition. Then came a time when I was left with three small children. I felt very much alone and lost. I turned to a friend who asked me if I would talk to […]

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Only Fear the Lord

“Only fear the Lord, and serve Him in truth with all your heart: for consider how great things He hath done for you.” I Samuel 12:24 The surrounding nations and especially the Ammonites were beginning to trouble and oppress the people of Israel. Samuel’s two sons, whom he had appointed judges at Beersheba, were proving […]

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Dear Ammie

Dear Ammie, I have been reading about your frustra­tions and your painful predicament in the August-September, 1972, issue of the Beacon Lights. You have a problem which many Chris­tian boys and girls have had. I can re­member there were times when I didn’t want to go to school either. It wasn’t al­ways because I was […]

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RCA and CRC Meet For “Unity Talks”

The celebration of the Protestant Ref­ormation took an unusual turn this year in the city of windmills and tulips. Holland, Michigan, was the scene of the recent talks between the representatives of the Reformed Church in America and the Christian Re­formed Church. This significant meeting, which intends to initiate future talks and cooperation between these […]

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Reading … A Lost Art*

Never before has a generation of young people gone out to face life as well versed in the three R’s as in our day. Practically everyone has toiled and worried over his “reading, riting, and rithmetic” for at least eight years, if not longer. The man who signs his name with an X and stares […]

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War

“And there was war in heaven; Michael and his angels fought against the dragon; and the dragon fought with his angels, and prevailed not; neither was their place found any more in heaven. And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world; he was […]

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