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Stewardship

In June 1992 dignitaries from various coun­tries of the world held the largest Earth Summit ever in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Issues were dis­cussed pertaining to the care and protection of the environment on a national and global level. This brings to mind just one aspect of steward­ship we as Christians must consider. Steward­ship, according […]

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Drifting with the Wind (2)

Last time we considered the awesome truth that Satan is feverishly striving to get us to drift away from the truth of God’s word, and to believe his false doctrines, which deny God His glory. He hates God and is constantly striving to get us to hate Him. And that is a terrible truth that […]

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Editor’s Notes June – July 1991

The staff carefully considered two young men, Peter Faber and Steve Lotterman, for the position of editor-in-chief. Both men made a favorable impression on the staff which is why the results of the voting were very close. I am glad to let you know that our new editor-in-chief is Peter Faber, from Southeast Protestant Reformed […]

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The Bald Eagle

The Bald Eagle is a strong, graceful, and beautiful bird. It’s the master of all birds. With its power it fights for his food and freedom. It’s a bird that owns the sky. It fights for its rights to fly above all creatures. This teaches us to fight for our freedom as a church, to […]

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The Butterfly

As we look around we observe the butterfly. It is one of the most beautiful insects. The Greeks believed that the soul left the body in the form of a butterfly. This is not true. The butterfly is a picture of the resurrection. When the caterpillar goes into the cocoon a mir­acle happens! The ugly […]

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The Deer

The deer is a meek and simple animal. It has a simple life. I believe God created it for man to enjoy its beauty and for man to use its fine hide. The deer is mentioned in the Bible because of its savory meat men enjoyed. A deer is meek and humble and from this […]

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The Four Horsemen – And Iraq

The four horsemen of Rev. 6:1-8 are familiar, I am sure, to all of our readers. These four horsemen have been running through all of the New Testament age. We see them running not just in one part of the earth, but over the whole of the earth. We have definitely seen them running in […]

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The Lamb

A lamb is a young sheep. Lambs need to be led, which is always why they have a shepherd. They can be easily killed by larger animals. They are gentle creatures. A lamb never makes a sound when they shear his wool. The lamb was always used for burnt offer­ings, and usually could not have […]

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War: An Unfolding of God’s Plan

You what? You have to go to war!? This is a dreaded fear in the heart of a woman at a time when war is ripe. War drags a son away from his mother’s tight clutches, leaving her terrified and feeling helpless. War snatches a husband away from his wife, leaving her frightened and alone, […]

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Christian Courtesy

I.  What is Christian courtesy? A.  What is courtesy? 1.  It is defined as curtsy or courteous behavior. a.  Curtsy is an action which express­es deep respect by bodily action or gesture. b.  Courteous behavior implies the state of having such manners as befit the court of a prince. 2.  However, today courtesy has spread […]

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