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Seeking the Lord in Our Spiritual Activities

The choice of this text (Is. 55:6) and the theme is an appropriate, though unusual one. It is unusual, negatively, because it is taken from the Old Testament, which many churches, even those which are supposed to be Reformed, today ignore. And it is not man-centered. It is common to read of many religious conventions […]

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Reformation…1977

This month, we remember the Reform­ation. On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther nailed his ninety-five thesis on the church door at Wittenberg. You all know much of the history of that event and those events which followed. We all know right away that the sale of indulgences was one of the issues; that a monk […]

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Do You Know Your Bible?

More copies of the Bible are sold every year than any other book. For this to be true, every home can have at least one Bible in it. Although many homes don’t have Bibles many which do not always use them. The Bible is quoted and misquoted more than any other book in the world. […]

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Convention Review

onFor many of us the 1977 Y. P. Convention brings back many fond mem­ories. It was another week to be remembered by the great times we had as well as by the interesting and edifying speeches we heard and discussed. Once again we greeted friends whom we had said goodbye to last summer and became […]

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Christ Died for the Ungodly

Romans 5:6-8 In these verses the apostle Paul is setting forth the uniqueness of the love of God in Christ to us. Paul contrasts the love of God with the love of man for another man. God’s love for his own is completely different from any manifestation of love among mere men. “For scarcely for […]

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