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Heaven – Our Hope

The poem I have written to fit the topic “Heaven our Hope” is written in dialogue form. That means, two people – or two groups of people – read the two columns of the poem simultaneously. When a reader’s side has only a blank line, he waits for the other reader to recite the “solo” […]

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Biblical Marriage (1)

This article is adapted for young people from a speech given for Holland Protestant Reformed Church’s Evangelism Committee.   For the glory of God and the peace of God’s people, the church’s young people seek godly marriages. God’s glory is first. Man’s happiness is second, based on God’s Glory. Miserable marriages of professing Christians bring […]

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Charlene’s Conviction

Charlene slipped into the pew at ten after nine. She was early, something that didn’t happen often on Sunday morning. Twenty minutes were left to sit back and watch the church fill up. Charlene didn’t realize that God would be using those twenty minutes to convict her of being negligent in her prayer and devotional […]

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Faithfulness (8)

“Julie, will you help me with the windows upstairs pretty soon?” Mother asked as she passed through the living room with a bucket and rag. “Sure,” Julie answered rather absently. She was looking through a stack of books on the coffee table. Hmm, this looks interesting, she thought to herself when she came upon a […]

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“Tell No Man”

Mark 7:36 About two thousand years ago in a town some six miles south of Jerusalem a baby was born in a stable. His earthly parents called him Jesus, the name given to them by an angel. I would like to look at what He said and the message He wanted proclaimed, as the first […]

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The Catechism Class – Necessary for an Active Faith

In the church world today, doctrinal distinctions are overlooked so that churches might join together to fight the social injustice in this world. They proclaim a god whose essence and commandments may be defined by each individual. The knowledge of God, as revealed to us through Scripture, is necessary for us to serve Him. How […]

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Holiness Unto the Lord

We as New Testament Christians are anointed by the Holy Spirit to the three-fold office of all believers: prophet, king and priest. In these offices we are but a shadow of the triune God Who is our eternal Prophet, Priest and King (Revelation 1:6). Through the fall we lost the image of God necessary to […]

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What is Love?

Love is a force tremendous in scope, ’Tis stronger than steel and encompasses hope. The Scriptures reveal many things it can’t be, Such as: envious and boastful and proud (seeking me). But love suffers long and is kind and endures; It rejoices in truth and it always assures. When around us is failure and much […]

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Watching Daily at My Gates

February 1 Read Proverbs 1:1-19. The Book of Proverbs is God’s book of wisdom. It is His book of wisdom for His church. As members of the church we ought to use this book. The usefulness of the Proverbs is pointed out in the opening verses of the book. We can use the Proverbs to […]

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