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Devotion to the Church

Conventioneers: Please read through the discussion outlines carefully before the convention. It will be helpful to spend a Sunday afternoon or evening studying the subjects. In this way, the discussion will be interesting and profitable for you. Have some answers written out ahead of time. In this outline, the questions are concentrated in the last […]

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Five English Reformers

Five English Reformers by Ryle, J.C. ,The Banner of Truth Trust, 1981             Five English Reformers was written in 1890 by J. C. Ryle, a member of the Church of England. Ryle felt compelled to respond to a movement in the Church of England at that time to bring the Church of England back to […]

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Paths

“Turn left here, then right at the next street, and then two blocks after that is Rosedale Street,” the smiling clerk said. “Thank you,” Carrie and Debby mumbled as they walked away from the gas station. They still weren’t quite sure of the way though. Carrie and Debby were cousins, and they were staying with […]

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Peer Pressure

INTRODUCTION 1. A dictionary defines peers as those persons who are “of the same rank, value, quality, ability, etc…” a. In what way are all of God’s people peers of one another? b. How are teenagers peers of one another? 2. “Peer pressure” is a common way to describe the influence that peers can and […]

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Daniel’s Godly Witness

For most of us the first thing that comes to mind when we think of witnessing is that it is what one does when he tells others about God and about being a child of God, a Christian. That is certainly true. But witnessing is more than that. Witnessing begins, not with telling others about […]

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Coming to Christ in Singapore

“For they themselves shew of us what manner of entering in we had unto you, and how ye turned to God from idols to serve the living and true God.” The last part of this verse is a perfect description of what many Christians in Singapore have experienced. We are rescued out of heathen idolatry […]

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Christian Liberty and Fun

In the Mountains of Colorado             Sleeping bags, pillows, and suitcases were stowed, the engines started, and the caravan headed for Covenant Heights in Estes Park, Colorado – the 1994 Young Adults’ Spring Retreat had begun.  The young adults of Loveland, Colorado were joined by people from Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, Washington and Canada for a […]

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Bolsec and God’s “Tyranny”

All throughout the history of the world, beginning already with Adam and Eve, man has desired to be as God. Man has always wanted to have merit in himself, apart from God. Examples of this run throughout history. The Jewish leaders in Jesus’ day wanted their own works to be worth something. Another example is […]

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Prayer and the Young Christian: The Scriptures Speak

I have accepted the challenge of writing on prayer and young people, not because I’m a minister of the word or even have the ability to do this of myself, but because I have the love of young people at heart. Prayer is a subject that is very near to my heart – especially when […]

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Watching Daily at My Gates

July 1             Malachi 1:1-5             God loved Jacob. What a precious thought, for in loving Jacob He loves us. We believe that God has elected His people in the lines of continued generations. In the Old Dispensation that was mainly from the line of Jacob or Israel. The truth of the covenant in continued generations […]

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