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Young People: An Asset to the Church

Young people, you are a distinct and very important part of the church.  You are the future leaders of God’s Church and must prepare yourselves to maintain the truths of Scripture held forth by the Church.  Paul directs Timothy in chapter 3:15, “Know how thou oughtest to behave thyself in the house of God, which […]

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Seeking God’s Will For My Life

Although my life is already predestined by my Creator, I am still responsible for the following of the Lord’s plan or will for my life.  Even though God has laid down my path of life, I still must seek His guidance and strength. But more often than not, God’s will for us is not as […]

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Opinionating in Love (2)

  Before you or I can love someone in giving our opinions to him or her, we must know what the Bible means by the commandment: thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.  This love for the neighbor flows, of course, from our love for God which love for God has, of course, as its […]

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My Father’s Care

  My Father, God, lives up in Heaven; His boundless wealth is mine For thru His Son I am an heir Of everything Divine.   My Father made the world so fair And put the stars in place, And thru His wondrous lovely Son, Sends down His love and grace.   My Father knows what’s […]

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Just Thoughtlessness

A little bit of hatred can spoil a score of years, And blur the eyes that ought to smile with many needless tears. O little bit of thoughtlessness, and anger for a day, Can rob a home of all its joy, and drive happiness away. A little bit of shouting in a sharp and vicious […]

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Drama – How Far Should We Go?

The theme, as assigned, is intended not only to be eye-catching, but also to give opportunity to consider drama from the point of view of some Reformed principles.  As worded, the theme suggests a presupposed obligation or duty, and so no “Christian liberty,” as there is for example in, “Nutrition: How Far May We Go?”  […]

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