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Our Calling to Give as We are Blessed

It seems that my article on “Our Calling to Give as We are Blessed” has generated some negative reactions. In the hopes that we can arrive at a better understanding of this important matter, I will do my best to clarify my position and answer the objections raised. The first item that is of concern […]

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Proverbs for Young Pilgrims: The Boundary

Prov. 22:28 “Remove not the ancient landmark, which thy fathers have set.”  ’The Pilgrim passing through this strange land in which we live cannot help but see social unrest. Certain evils prevail and out of them we see multiplied corruption. The natives of this land would continually tempt the Pilgrim to end his Pilgrimage, and […]

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The Christian Handling Anger

“The Lord approved of Abel and his offering, but He did not approve of Cain and his offering. Then Cain’s anger grew hot, and his face fell. The Lord asked Cain: Why are you angry, and why is your face downcast? If you do right, will there not be a lifting [of it] up? But […]

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Thoughts on Euthanasia

It wasn’t that long ago that I come across an article in the Detroit Free Press which dealt with the question of a person’s “right” to take his or her own life. The article dealt with a group which calls itself Hemlock. A group which, as its name suggests advocates a person’s “right” to take […]

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What’s Wrong With Rock? (6): Performers

The following is the full correct sentence of an erroneously abbreviated one in the February issue. The typesetter regrets the omission and bears full responsibility. The sentence was on page 11, 9th paragraph 8th line: “Parents should know that the examples in this book aren’t the worst ones. Some top hits are so lewd that […]

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Confessing the Lord Jesus Christ

Every believer confesses his Lord Jesus Christ. He does this in the things that he says and in the way that he lives. If the believer is one in truth, and not a believer in name only, confessing Christ is the most important pan of his life. It is his basic concern.  Confessing the Lord […]

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