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The Old Testament Portrait of the Messiah

We believe that every page of the Old Testament speaks essentially about Christ. The Old Testament is not merely the history of the world before Christ came. It is not even the history of God’s people with some divine revelation of the promised Messiah sprinkled here and there. No, every word of the Old Testament […]

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The world’s environmentalism has its roots in years past, although it is only in the more recent years that it has become almost a god. Darwin’s Theory of Evolution supported environmentalism by portraying all of the earth’s creatures as products of the cultural environment. Humans too, are the results of struggle and progress. All survivors […]

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Confronting a Sinning Friend

Confronting a sinning friend can be very tough in some cases. If it is not dealt with properly, you risk losing that friend. If you are a true friend, there are biblical ways in which you can solve the problem and save the friendship. There are two things which should be pointed out. First, if […]

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Digging for a Treasure

Janet Smoot was married to a pilot of a well-known airline, who had to travel to cities in many countries. So, often he was not at home and when Janet had no other obligations she sat at night alone in the living room and often her thoughts wandered away to pleasant memories of the days […]

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Give Thanks

Give thanks to God In everything. Vital His cause: Earth’s portals ring! Taste of His joy, His praises sing. Angelic hosts New anthems bring. Kneel at His throne, Savior and King!

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What is True (1)

Knock, knock. “Hello?” “Hello, Sir. May we have a few words with you today? We see so many events happening around us that tell us the end of the world is near…” I listened to my father and the two strangers talk awhile. The strangers looked like nice people. One was a nicely dressed man […]

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Watching Daily at My Gates

Reprinted from Daily Meditations for Spiritual Comfort by Rev. John A. Heys, minister emeritus from the Protestant Reformed Churches December 1 THAT MOST PRECIOUS GIFT Although the world is full of people who look forward to celebrating Christmas, that does not mean that they all are Christians. For many it is not Christ’s coming into […]

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Tongues and Prophesies

The following is a question from a reader of Rev. Moore’s Web page and Rev. Moore’s answer.   Question: “As you know, Pentecostal believers have stories to tell that sound amazing (and somewhat convincing) concerning these issues. For instance, how would you respond to a Pentecostal who says that he heard a message in tongues […]

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Of all the early church fathers, perhaps none has had more influence on Reformed thought than Augustine. Particularly, his refutations of Pelagius’ heretical views on free will formed a sure foundation on which the Reformed doctrine of salvation was built. Yet in his teaching on sex and marriage Augustine made serious errors—or more correctly only […]

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