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Mrs. Timorous – And Our Friendly Visits

Secret had gotten her started. Christiana now with her children is packing up for the heavenly Jerusalem. She will be car­rying in her bosom an epistle from the King, gold letter edition, its pages faintly emitting fragrances of the best perfumes (Song 1:3). She and her children read this golden book daily. Their aim is […]

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Love Me, I am Old

The old man ran his fingers through his woolly head, and glanced at the old clock on his mantle in eager anticipation. He leaned thoughtfully back on the faded, rose chair, that had been one of his first posses­sions in the “new country.” Reminiscently, he smiled, “Ya, they were good children.” Just yesterday he’d been […]

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Freedom Craze

This is just a gorgeous morning, and the sun shines brightly making the complete world appear beautifully golden. A gentle breeze offers a freshness which nothing else can give. A morning such as this causes one to become very awakened and inspired. No matter where one would take a stop to rest today his eyes […]

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Faithful Servant

Psychologists today say that one problem that most plagues adolescents is the prob­lem of a vocation. What are you going to do when you get out of school? What are you going to school for? What would you like to do the rest of your life? These questions constantly bombard us as Chris­tian youth. Less […]

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Distorted Visions – The Greening of America

“Distorted Visions – The Greening of America”, by Charles Reich, 433 pages: Bantam Books The Greening of America is Charles Reich’s vision of an attainable utopia. America, Reich proposes, is not getting worse; instead as after night follows day, a new light is dawning in the form of the “Woodstock generation.” Reich optimistically envisions America […]

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Birth Control — A Christian Alternative?

Silence reigns in the sunny, fourth grade classroom. Twenty-eight children read their textbooks and for a few moments I sit back and drink in these few precious, relaxing moments. For, working with children is one of the most difficult tasks I have ever undertaken! It is at such times as this reading time that a […]

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What is Man? Who am I?

“What a piece of work is man! How noble in reason, how infinite in facul­ties! In form and moving how express and admirable! In action how like an angel, in apprehension how like a god! The beauty of the world, the paragon of animals.” Hamlet, Act II, Scene 2 MAN? “A self-balancing, 28-jointed adapter-base biped; […]

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What Must the Grieving Sinner Hear?

Psalm 86:5 — “For thou, Lord, art good, and ready to forgive; and plenteous in mercy unto all them that call upon thee.” The question, what must the grieving; sinner hear, is an important question. The answer to that question concerns the gospel of Christ. The answer to that question will, in a large measure, […]

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