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The Christian in This Age of Error

“Some … have erred concerning the faith’’ (I. Tim. 6:21).  “Ye (Sadducees) do err, not knowing the scriptures” (Matt. 22:29)  “He that refuseth reproof erreth” (Prov. 10:17). “Idols “are vanity and the work of errors” (Jer. 10:15). “He that knoweth God heareth us; he that is not of God heareth us not. By this know […]

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Take a Look at Art

Paintings of landscapes, fruit, and portraits, bronze or stone sculptures of people and shapes; is this what you think of when you hear the word “art”? Or maybe you think of the crayon drawings you did when you were in grade school? These things do come to mind when we mention art, but if that […]

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Proper Enthusiasm for our Schools

It is good when young people are interested in our own Christian schools. It is good not only because many of them attend our own schools now, but also because the future of our schools will soon be in their hands when they in turn marry and have children. For this reason, a proper enthusiasm […]

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Listening to God

If you are an average person, and for the sake of this article, let’s just suppose that you are, then according to information which I found, you spend about 10 percent of your communication time in writing, 15 percent on reading, 30 percent on speaking, and 45 percent on listening. And according to what was […]

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Alas, Master! For It Was Borrowed

Most of us know where the above title originated. If we have had catechetical instruction or Sunday school along with home training we know about the young prophet who joined a group of the other prophets and went to the Jordan River to cut timber for a new building. While felling a beam this man’s […]

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