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Our Wonderful Heavenly Guide

When the Israelites left Egypt for Ca­naan, a difficult and treacherous journey lay ahead of them. Many hardships and temptations faced them as they travelled their long way, during which time God led them in the form of a pillar of cloud during the day and a pillar of fire at night. Yet, even though […]

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Modern Day Idol Worship

I detect a sad situation occurring in our churches. It’s sad because it resembles very closely the logic of the world. The world no longer condemns abortions, gambling, drugs but rather legalizes these activities or is feverishly attempting to legal­ize them. By legalizing these activities they remove the sin and rid themselves of their responsibility […]

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Do You Have Time?

Ephesians 5:15 and 16: “See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise, Redeeming the time, because the days are evil.” Several weeks ago, as I was looking at my mail, I discovered a brown and tan envelope from Beacon Lights. Before I even opened it, I said to myself, “They’re probably […]

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I’m OK-You’re OK

“I’m OK-You’re OK” by Thomas A. Harris, M.D. published by Harper & Row “I’m OK—You’re OK” is a study of Transactional Analysis or the structure of self in relationship to one’s future. According to Dr. Harris each person has a conflicting nature, which he illustrates in using a Parent-Adult-Child structure. To give a little insight […]

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Secret

Why askest thou after My name, seeing it is Secret? — Malak Yehovah Christian’s widow, Christiana, now ap­pears upon the stage. That name became hers the day she and her children entered upon the pilgrim life. Her husband had gone over Jordan, and as she would neither see nor hear of him anymore, her thoughts […]

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Confession of Faith

The public confession of my faith is one of the highest focal points in my life as a Christian believer. Until this day, I have always been a member of the church; how­ever, today I become a communicant mem­ber. This is a day of great joy, not only for myself but also for the parents, […]

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Celebration

This is the first in a series of articles in which I will attempt to incorporate poetry (some familiar and some of obscure origin) into an essay or article on a single theme in orthodox essay form or in some imagistic form as I have done here. Note: The style of this piece is designed […]

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