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As a Father Pitieth(3): Friendship

Our love for our children must establish friendship between us and them. This is what we must aim at and work for. This is the effect of the Godly love of believing parents, by the grace of the Holy Spirit. We are, and must be, our children’s friends. Life in a Reformed home must be […]

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God’s Being

“For the invisible things of Him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead” (Rom. 1:2). The apostle seems to be speaking contradictorily. How can invisible things be seen, much less, be clearly seen? The solution is immediately provided in […]

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I Samuel Chapters 13,14

A. Saul’s faithlessness. 1. The circumstances; a. What does chapter 13:1 mean? Is there a contradiction here? How does a passage like John 10:35 determine our answer to these questions? b. Compare the military situation of the Philistines at this time with that of the Israelites (13:5-7, 15, 19-22). Why is this mentioned in such […]

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Resisting Temptation

Young people, let us address some of today’s temptations and how we can resist them. This world is so full of temptation for the believer that it is impossible not to see and feel them. The sad part is we expose ourselves to them. Yes, we often compromise our convictions and accept the world’s invita­tions. […]

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The Blessed Peacemakers

With this seventh Beatitude we come to the last of a series of descriptions of the citizens of the kingdom of heaven. Each citizen of that kingdom as he faces God is poor in spirit, mourns over sin, is meek and hungers and thirsts after righteous­ness. As his soul faces his fellow men he is […]

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The Christian in the Nuclear Age

Dear Christian in the nuclear age, the age in which man has tapped the power of the atom, the building block of physical materials, both living and otherwise, look at the power and might of this world. Man is gaining control of the more fundamental means of power. He is using this power in both […]

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Proverbs for Young Pilgrims: Thinking Christians

Proverbs 4:26 “Ponder the path of thy feet, and let all thy ways be established.” In this section of Proverbs 4, Young Pilgrim, spiritual matters are dealt with from the viewpoint of the physical parts of the body. Vs. 23 makes mention of the heart. From a physical viewpoint, the heart is the center of […]

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Time (continued)

In Psalm 31:15 David confesses, “My times are in Thy hand.’’ Though this is true of all men, in that they live and move and have their being in God, yet the confession is one which only God’s redeemed children can make. The ungodly deceive themselves and in the folly of their unbelief they imagine […]

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