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Workers at Home

“That aged women likewise be reverent in demeanor, not slanderers nor enslaved to much wine, teachers of that which is good; that they may train the young women to love their husbands, to love their children, to be sober-minded, chaste, workers at home, kind, being in subjection to their own husbands, that the word of […]

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The Shining Lights

It is an uncontested fact that the child of God does not always act as a child of God. We are children of God! God has made us his children. He has saved us by His grace. He has renewed us spiritually so that we are no longer dead, but alive. He has given us […]

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The Calling to Shine

You are the light of the world. Instead of being a part of the darkness of the world, you are its light. The world is in gross darkness. This darkness is characteristic of everything that is opposed to the will of God. The devil is the prince of this darkness. Therefore this darkness signifies a […]

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A Dream-y Pistle to my Grandchildren

Dear Grandchildren: Must write to you about an experi­ence I had when most of you were at our house last Mother’s Day. After that heavy Sunday dinner you must have noticed that I went to relax in my rocking chair in the corner of the family room. I closed my eyes in order to listen […]

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Our Shining and God’s Glory

The theme of the Convention for this year is a very timely and important one. I like especially the last subdivision of that theme, namely “Our Shining and God’s Glory” because I am glad to see our young people concerned with the all-important idea of God’s glory. The glory of God is ultimate, that is, […]

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Convention Review

The 36th annual P.R.Y.P. Convention began with registration on Monday even­ing, August 23. Conventioneers signed up for cabins at Camp Geneva and young people from out of town were given lodging at homes around the Grand Rapids area for the first night. The rest of the evening was spent meeting new young people and getting […]

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Convention Reflections

This bit of verse came to my mind after I heard Rev. Slopsema’s keynote address at the Convention. If you could find room for this contribution in an early Beacon Lights it might find a response in the hearts of your young readers.   “Have you stopped to consider, on a cloudless night the awesome […]

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