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Abide With Me

There are so many different parts that make up our Christian life. There are so many different aspects of our lives. Each of us is different in so many ways. But we are all so similar in many others. Each of us has to eat and sleep to continue to live, but what we eat […]

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Begotten a King

Psalm 2 may be divided into two parts. In verses 1-6 the psalmist assumes the viewpoint of an observer, and speaks in the third person of the things which he has witnessed. The heathen raged, the people imagined a vain thing, the kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers took counsel together, against […]

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Bible Study – Conclusion

We have spent some time in previous articles dealing with problems connected with our Bible study as well as principles and practices that will improve it. It remains for us to consider some additional tools for Bible study. We have previously discussed a good Bible and a good dictionary. An exhaustive concordance for the Bible. […]

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Christ is Born – So Sing!

During the Christmas season, we hear Christmas Carols wherever we go – in the shopping mall, in the grocery store, on the radio – the world fills the air with songs of celebration. But for Christians, hymns of Christmas have a far more special place in our celebra­tion. We have the unique opportunity to sing […]

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God’s Goodness

“O Lord . . . Thou art good, and doest good.”  Ps. 119:65, 68) Our Reformed Confession states that “God . . . is . . . good, and the overflowing fountain of all good.” We must first see goodness as what God is, then as what God gives. God is good in His being […]

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Hated Without a Cause

Genesis 37:4, “And when his brethren saw that their father loved him more than all his brethren, they hated him, and could not speak peaceably unto him. 8, “And they hated him yet the more for his dreams and for his words. 11, “And his brethren envied him, but his father observed the saying. 18, […]

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Needing God’s Salvation

There is one aspect of Christmas that I feel is not given enough thought. We talk much about the unspeakable gift, our Savior. But maybe it would be good to back up a little. Let’s look at ourselves in the light of Scripture. The last thing the ungodly man wants to do, especially at Christmas […]

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There are Christian young women, and sometimes older women, too, who at that point in their lives remain unmarried although many of their peers are either planning marriage or already married or sometimes already have children and are busy about the training of these children. Often the women in this unmarried state face a unique […]

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