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Arminius, A Man After Man’s Own Heart

Give glory to God. This should be the first thought that arises in our minds at the beginning of each day. This thought we should have before our mind’s eye as we make our way through each day on our earthly pilgrimage here below. This should be our prayer as we lie down to sleep […]

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Are You Baptized -Really??

Wait a minute! Before you pass over this article because it looks a little too doctrinal and dry, think about that ques­tion. Are you really baptized? Dumb question, right? Of course I am. My parents took me to church when I was very young and my minister baptized me—what’s the point? Baptism. It seems pretty […]

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Watching Daily at My Gates

January 1 What did you do last night? Did you foolishly spend your time with the world in drunken revelry, in the making of foolish resolutions soon to be broken? Do you find yourself today with your mind clouded by the effects of too much alcohol from the party last night? Or are you a […]

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Trinity Christian College

Driving through the suburb of Palos Heights, Illinois, a visitor could very easily pass the campus of Trinity Chris­tian College and not even realize that he/she had done so. Tucked between a small patch of woods and a quiet subdivision, the beautiful campus stretches over what used to be a golf course. The college is […]

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The Information Superhighway

Rushing into a new century, we no longer live in the Space Age or Information Age. The newest emphasis, swift communication of information over long distances, makes it more of a Communication Age. This age is reaching maximum speed on the new “information superhighway.” While the world in­dulges itself with such earthly devices, the Chris­tian […]

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The Holey Bucket

In your mind’s eye picture a pail of the type in which paint might be purchased. No, not just the typical one gallon paint can, but rather one that would hold five gallons. Sometimes this size pail is even called a 5-gallon pail or bucket. Next, picture a group of young men setting this pail […]

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My Favorite Verse

One of my favorite Bible passages is found in Matthew 6:25-34. In this portion of Scripture, Christ instructs us to seek “first the kingdom of God and his righ­teousness.” This text is important to me, because the teaching of Christ here touches the life of ev­ery child of God. We, as believers of the Word, […]

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God’s Will

God’s will—God’s Grand Plan—those are two very significant phrases in the lives of Christians. In this paper, I will ana­lyze and attempt to answer the question: What is God’s will for my life? First of all, there is the question of God’s grand plan for all His children and how it applies to me. The […]

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Borrowing Money

“The rich ruleth over the poor, and the borrower is servant to the lender.” Proverbs 22:7   Our text says: “The rich ruleth over the poor.” There are two classes of people mentioned here, the rich and the poor. Those who are rich are the upper class. This class, who have more in earthly possessions, […]

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Before His Cold

Psalm 147:15-19   The cold and snow, The wind that blows, It’s time to go  Inside he knows. Then just as soon  He’s in the room, He hears the tune  Of drums—boom! boom! The ice and hail Hit hard the door, They would assail  Him all the more. But safe inside, He sits in peace. […]

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