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The Threat of the Occult

In a recent interview, the Rev. Dr. Arthur F. Glasser, dean of the school of world missions at the Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California, said, “Our generation has produced more new religious cults than any generation in the total history of the human race.” Another recent report indicated that 1300 new and sometimes “fly-by-night” […]

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Prayer from the Heart of Faith

“How much more shall your heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to them that ask Him?”- Luke 11:13 The Bible teaches us much about the spiritual art of prayer to God, which we must learn and take to heart, young people! First of all, we are taught that all of life’s issues are from our […]

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New Year Happiness

Happy New Year! Those three words we spoke to many people at the beginning of this new year and rightly so. After all, it is another year, 1979, and we certainly want that year to be a happy one for those we love. Yet, you know that the world around us says the same thing […]

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Have You Received Jesus?

The following is the text of a radio sermon over KARI, Blaine, Washington, in a new broadcast series entitled, “Bible Truth Meditations”. One of the main purposes of this broadcast is to reach the Victoria area, which it does with excellent reception on Saturday mornings at 10:45. Dealing with the proposition that the spiritually dead […]

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The Birth of Our Judge

The birth of Jesus is one of the most universally celebrated days of the Chris­tian world today. Believers and unbeliev­ers alike appear to celebrate with equal fervor. The Babe of Bethlehem seems to offer this wretched world a certain hope if only man will follow the example of the good man. Believer and unbeliever alike […]

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I Am Joe’s Stomach

I am Joe’s stomach. I am nestled high in his abdomen, on the left side, under his diaphragm, and protected by his rib-cage. When Joe eats a full meal I shape into a pouch about ten inches long; and can I stretch I can hold as much as two quarts of food! When I am […]

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Earth Tremors and Blackouts on Vancouver Island

As you look at the map of North America appearing in almost every issue of Beacon Lights you notice what appears to be a piece of lint falling out of Uncle Sam’s hip pocket. That is Vancouver Island! We are on the Island in the city of Victoria. Vancouver Island is about 280 miles long, […]

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