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What Is It to be Reformed in Life?

I.  INTRODUCTION Pastor Cammenga has laid a good foundation for us in reminding us of what it is to be Reformed as far as our belief is concerned. In this second speech, we want to examine together what it means to be Reformed in life. This is what we sometimes refer to as the practical […]

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What is it to be Reformed in Faith

You young people profess to be Reformed Christians. You are members of a Reformed church, a Reformed church that is part of a Reformed denomi­nation, the Protestant Reformed Churches in America. Most of you have been Reformed Christians all your life. You have not been anything else but Reformed Christians. You were born into a […]

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Watching Daily at My Gates

June 1 Proverbs 3:19-26        Young people are you confident in what you do? Or are you afraid that whatever you do may turn out wrong? This portion of scripture has much to say on that matter. The first part shows the power of God. The second part shows the necessity of trusting in Him. Finally, […]

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The 1993 Young Adult’s Spring Retreat

The Loveland Protestant Reformed Church in Loveland, Colorado held its third annual Young Adults Spring Retreat from March 29 through March 31, 1993. The setting was Covenant Heights Conference Center, Estes Park Co. in the majestic surroundings of the Rocky Mountains. A total of 24 young adults from Michi­gan, California, Washington, Iowa, South Dakota, Illi­nois, […]

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Testimonies

I’ve come to know the Lord for more than two and the half years. Before becoming a Christian, I was a free-thinker. So much so that I (together with some classmates) made fun of Christians in school. Never did it occur to me that the very person I made fun of will be made used […]

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Question and Answer

Question: In the March issue of the Beacon Lights Seminarian Doug Kuiper (hereafter I will refer to him as the reviewer) reviewed J. Gresham Machen’s book Christianity and Liberalism. In the last five para­graphs of the review he made some claims about what liberalism is and he ends the review with a criticism of Machen […]

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Introduction: Perhaps, as young people, we are inclined to consider the history of 1924 as irrelevant for us today. Of what value is “dry and dusty” history of several generations ago? Is there anything in that history that is applicable to our modern times? I would emphasize that if we are to be faithful members […]

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An Open Door

Jamaica, as I am sure you know, has been one of our mission fields for many years. I had the privi­lege of visiting some of our churches there this Spring. Much could be said about the people and churches there. God has richly blessed us with a mission that truly needs our attention, work, and […]

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Letter

We appreciate the concern and your generous donations, you and your readers have shown for us, in our effort to establish a Protestant Reformed Christian School here in Randolph. Our goal was to open a school in the fall of 1993. In God’s providence, this is not possible. The Lord willing, we are planning on […]

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