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Sheep in the Mire

“We know that the law is spiritual, but I am flesh, sold as a slave to sin. I am doing something strange, because I don’t do what I like, but what I hate. But if I do what I don’t like, I agree that the law is right. It is no longer I doing it, […]

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Are We Pelagians Too? (3)

It does not seem as though the caption to this series of articles really fits the subject material. Does it? The caption asks a question about us as P.R. young people and as churches, that is about our present spiritual attitude and confession. The only possible validity for this caption to the previous articles of […]

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Around the World

This past summer, we two girls were privileged with something that neither of us will ever forget. We travelled around the world and learned a lot. One of the things we realized was how fortunate we are to have been brought up in Christian homes and in a country in which we have almost anything […]

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George M. Ophoff (3)

The doctrine of God’s everlasting covenant of grace has always been the doctrine uniquely characteristic of the Reformed faith as it developed in the Netherlands. This doctrine has never been merely an abstract tenet of dogma, but always remains in the lives of God’s people, a very precious confession of the truth. As a matter […]

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How Should Christians Celebrate the Bicentennial?

The year is 1976 – the 200th birthday of the United States. Many people from all across the country will be celebrating the Bicentennial. But a serious question come to mind – How should Christians, people of God, celebrate the Bicentennial? Before going any further, the matter of patriotism should be explained. What is true […]

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The Covenant Faithfulness of God

Have you ever traveled, possibly through the western states viewing the beautiful mountains and bountiful plains, or toured the north-eastern states with their autumn colors and beauty as God alone can make them? Upon a safe return, did you relive all the pleasant memories and experiences over and over again? I think we all have. […]

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New Yearsy Pistle to Jack and Jill

Haven’t written to you since you were married, so I thought a New Year’s greeting would be in order. Will you please past his letter on to your younger cousins after you have read it; I’m getting too old (I can remember when bread was five cents a loaf and haircuts were twenty-five cents!) to […]

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