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I Wonder What Today Might Hold

Today may hold the sun or rain. Today may hold a sigh or pain, Today may hold each bitter tear. But we must remember God is near. Today may hold excitement and cheer, Today may hold a boring Friday night, Today may hold within its hand a pleasure unknown to man, And we must remember […]

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Ecclesiastes 4:7-12 – Letter 16: The Miser’s Poverty

Some people do realize that there is no reward in laboring for the favor of other people and so they react by saying, “Okay, forget others. I’m living for myself! Me for me!” Now, within this group of self-centered peo­ple there can be a large variety of personalities. All three groups of people from the […]

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Editor’s Notes March 1992

Looking for a new editor-in-chief, D.V. within the next three months. Anyone in the Grand Rapids area who is interested in being the editor of our young people’s magazine can contact me at 896-7715. The deadline for the writing contest is past. We thank those of you who sent in your articles for the contest. […]

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(In the last article, we began a discussion of the way in which Dr. Janssen connected his views on common grace with many different aspects of the controversy in which he found himself involved. His arguments were many times very strange and impossible to follow. But when he specifically appealed to common grace in support […]

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Judging One Another

The Bible is the Gospel of Peace. Through the work of our Lord Jesus Christ, we have peace with God. This truth we believe is the foundation for our walk of faith. But there is more. This gospel also gives us instruction how to have peace with our neighbor and to have peace with ourselves. […]

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