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Christ’s Command to Ask, Seek, and Knock

Under this title we consider the text of Matthew 7:7-8 and the propositional truth that Christ’s promises are spiritual and sure, not materialistic and conditional. Very fittingly, on a mountain, which symbolizes a kingdom, Jesus gave His disciples the constitution of the Kingdom in the Sermon on the Mount. There we read Matthew 7:7-8, “Ask, […]

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The Slothful Man

Proverbs 22:13 “The slothful man saith, There is a lion without, I shall be slain in the streets.”   There is an interesting little story which tells of a man who incessantly snapped his fingers. No matter where he went, no matter what he did, he constantly snapped his fingers. One observer, watching this strange […]

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Living Together

The facts are becoming more and more evident as I grow older that this world is a very wicked place to live. I am afraid that we quite often tend to regard our part of this world as just a little bit better than anywhere else. You can read about all kinds of problems and […]

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Newness of Life

Right now there are thousands of seeds of various plants buried in the ground around your home. When spring arrives according to God’s purpose these seeds will begin to grow, pushing their way up through the soil and developing into a beautiful seedling. Eventually some of the seedlings will reach maturity. I am always amazed […]

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Our Joy is in Jesus First

During the month of December, our family received many Christmas cards bearing merry greetings, glad tidings, and blessed wishes. I noticed that many of the captions in the cards spoke of one topic: “Wishing you JOY of the Christmas season.” “May the JOYS of the season be yours all year through.” “We pray unmeasured JOY […]

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The Joys of Winter for a Kindergarten Teacher

Christian teachers share with parents training God’s covenant children. Because the joys that accompany the task of the school is an extension of the home the Christian teacher seek to continue what the parents have begun. The kindergarten teacher is particularly privileged to receive the child at an age when he is very impressionable and […]

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