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The Trickery of Error

Without the work of the official ministry of the Word as established in the true church, instituted according to Scripture with ordained minister, el­ders and deacons, we have no protec­tion against “the trickery of error.” The work of the ministry in the pure preaching of the Word is for the purpose of edifying (building up) […]

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The object of this series is to discuss various joys which accompany, by God’s blessing, the training of covenant children. Usually these joys are present in the diligent training of God’s children. But we recognize that situations differ, also by God’s design, so that one family may experience one joy more keenly and another joy […]

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Joy

“But many of the priests and Levites and chief of the fathers, who were ancient men, that had seen the first house, when the foundation of this house was laid before their eyes, wept with a loud voice; and many shouted aloud for joy: So that the people could not discern the noise of the […]

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Happiness is……

That love, longsuffering, gentle­ness, meekness, and other of the fruit of the Spirit were manifest in all their perfection in the life of Christ goes almost without saying. But what about “joy”? One is inclined to wonder if we might perhaps be hard pressed to discover even a single occasion for joy in all the […]

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Developing Joy

Man was not originally made to mourn, but to rejoice. The Garden of Eden was man’s happy abode. As long as he was obedient to God, nothing in the Garden caused man sorrow. But Adam and the human race lost that joy when he fell into sin. Jesus Christ has come to bring restoration. Man […]

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