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Fearfully and Wonderfully Made

“For thou hast possessed my reins: thou hast covered me in my mother’s womb. I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvelous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well. My substance was not hid from thee, when I was made in secret, and curiously wrought in the lowest […]

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The Spiritual Fervency of Love

“…see that ye love one another with a pure heart fervently, being born again… of incorruptible seed, by the Word of God which liveth and abideth forever.” I Peter 1:22, 23 My dear youthful readers, spiritual children and grandchildren. It’s ever a great joy to write from my “study” to you. You must know that […]

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God Will Provide Himself

He looked out across the vast valley that lay below them. He could see the green land they had just travelled through stretching for miles and the small streams which ran through the land making the land even more full of life. They had travelled for three days bringing with them all that they needed […]

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Our Merciful High Priest

At this time of the year, the people of the world, and the people of the church are celebrating the festivity called Christmas. Believer and unbeliever alike have trees put in their homes, put colored lights on them (some flickering), spend large amounts of money for gifts, sing the same songs, and by all outward […]

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The Greatest is Love

One thing we surely can use more of is love. It makes such a difference. The tender hand of a mother as she washes the bloodied wound and gently bandages is love in action. Giggling children sitting on grandpa’s lap and cheering his aged soul is a personification of love. Ah, yes, it’s soon that […]

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The One Biblical Ground for Divorce

From time to time the question is raised whether there is only one possible ground for divorce. Especially in our day when so many couples are unhappily married and seek a divorce, and the courts are so ready to grant legal separation on various grounds, rather than on the ground of fornication, the question asserts […]

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Concerning Free Will

The idea of man’s free will is a belief which is very popular in the world today. We hear of it often, either outwardly declared, or implied in such practices as altar calls. This doctrine of free will is a heresy which takes the honor due unto God, and ascribes it to man. The truth […]

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Christian Science

           This article by Gary Vander Schaaf is the first in a series dealing with how Protestant Reformed Teachers present their subjects from a distinctive point of view. This series was introduced in the November issue. The foundation for science education in the Protestant Reformed schools is found in Genesis 1:28: […]

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