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Sheep

We have sheep. Every year in January we have to shear them. The sheep do not like it, but I do. This makes me think of what the Bible tells us about sheep. At sheep shearing when the sheep is flipped down it is under control of the man who is shearing and does not […]

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Letters

It seems that everyone today has a different idea of what we may or may not do on Sunday. The fourth command­ment tells us not to work and I understand this. But what, for example, is wrong with things we do the other days of the week that are really not work, but have no […]

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That Godly Handclapping

Very correctly, Young People, when we begin, or bring to a close our Sabbath Day’s service, we sing: “Praise God from Whom all blessings flow, Praise Him all creatures here below, Praise Him above ye heavenly hosts. Praise Father, Son and Holy Ghost.” And then not only do we sing a beautiful truth concerning our […]

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Athens

Athens is the capital of Greece. It is situated on the coast of the eastern peninsula. Throughout his­tory it has been the center of Greek culture, art and philosophy and the center of western civilization. In this essay, I’m going to explain more fully the signifi­cance of Greece through-out history, both in Bible times and […]

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“…. And We Shall Be Saved”

The topic of “The New Heavens and The New Earth” appealed to me mainly because we are living in the last times. Many of the signs of the times which are recorded for us in Matthew 4, have been fulfilled. Today with our modern technology, the vast majority of the world has been exposed to […]

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Worship Services – A Reminder

Worship services are fellowship, communion with the living God. In that sense the sanctuary is God’s House, a House of prayer. What we often lose from sight is that we obtain a blessing only when we consciously, actively participate in this communion with God. We do not come together to enjoy an hour of relax­ation, […]

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Watching Daily at My Gates

February 1 Isaiah 1:11-20 We went to God’s house yesterday. We participated in the service. How did we do? The portion of Scripture you read talks about participating without participating. It is possible to go to church and not go to church. But our gracious God makes it possible for us to repent of such […]

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