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The Songs of Zion

April 1 Read Psalm 15 Psalm 15:1 What a beautiful Psalm to use in our preparations for going to church next Sunday. What does it take to appear before the almighty covenant God? Do the questions in verse one appear on your lips? Do you desire to dwell in God’s tabernacle? Do you desire to […]

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Winged Wealth

Men love wealth. It promises power and control to those who acquire it, security from famine, and hope in sickness or injury. Wealth promises pleasure and fulfillment in life, happiness, and ease in the time of retirement. It promises to alleviate the sorrows that have come in the wake of sin, and stave off death, […]

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What Is Lovely (5)

The sun was still high above the horizon and Philip judged they would have plenty of time to play before darkness would put an end to their fun. Philip’s family had invited another family over for a backyard picnic, and Philip was excited because even though they had never visited with them before, he knew […]

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Thirteen

What is 13? Thirteen is a special age! This is the age at which we really begin to mature. It is the threshold of adulthood. We have become something we’ve been waiting for: teenagers! No, the physical, psychological, and emotional upheaval does not suddenly occur on our 13th birthday. Some individuals are far more mature […]

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Angry Young Men

“Rejoice, O young man in thy youth; and let thine heart cheer thee in the days of thy youth, and walk in the ways of thine heart, and in the sight of thine eyes: but know thou that for all these things God will bring thee into judgment.” Ecclesiastes 11:9-10   These verses are remarkable […]

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Concerned with Evangelism Methods

Dear Brothers in Christ, I am writing in response to the article titled “What the Georgetown Young People Learned in Houston,” in the July 1996 issue of the Beacon Lights. I must say I was surprised by what I found in the article. With all due respect to the elder who wrote this article and […]

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God’s Sovereignty in Conception (2)

God is Sovereign in conception. We like to make excuses to justify our reasons for doing something which we know in our hearts does not coincide with God’s way. We also want to assume control for our lives in a way which does not glorify God. This aspect is not more clear than in the […]

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In Veere

This de “Grote Kerk” (the big church) of the Dutch town of Veere, on the island of Walcheren. The town was founded by refugees from the Eastern part of The Netherlands, in 1170. It was damaged by flooding in 1530 but was restored. The church building started in the Middle Ages. The first part was […]

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Infant Death

Question #17 But what of the little ones, the infants, those yet in the womb? Why does God give them life only to take it soon away?   Answer #17 One thing we ought to say at the beginning is that God’s ways are past finding out, we cannot know all the reasons God has […]

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