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A Teacher’s Burden

Awake every night. Climbing out of bunk-bed to a new day’s work… and its problems. An- other 22-year-old struggling with life’s questions. Three years of college are over, but their use in his life is yet unknown. More questions, 10 years old, yet remaining unanswered: “Who will I be? What career is right for me?” […]

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A City on the Hill

Ye are the light of the world. A city that is set on a hill cannot be hid. I would like to share with you how the grace of God can redeem a lost soul. A man I know was a fitness instructor working in a large health club in Indiana. He was raised Roman […]

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Healthy (Humble) Esteem of Self

What do you think of yourself, beloved young people? What is your estimation of yourself? What worth do you believe you have? Do you have a high or low view of yourself? Do you believe you  have great worth or little worth? Do you love or hate yourself? Are you satisfied and happy or dissatisfied […]

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Head Coverings for Women

From a questioner in Michigan:  I Corinthians 11:5 reads “But every woman that prayeth or prophesieth with {her}head uncov- ered dishonoureth her head: for that is even all one as if she were shaven.” Why don’t the women in the Protestant Reformed Churches keep their heads covered? Maybe the obvious answer is because this was […]

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Comfort

Throughout my life and in my death My only comfort is That I belong to Jesus Christ; I praise His name: I’m His!   Therefore no power of man on earth, No might nor force from hell Can change His word omnipotent That with my soul ’tis well,   Though Satan and his hosts attempt […]

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Be Ye Separate

An ever present danger to the church of God in this world is that of world-conformity. World-conformity afflicts all of God’s people from one degree to another. Younger saints must especially struggle with this weakness. It is a sin which reveals itself in the lack of living a spiritually separate life from this world and […]

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The Song of Zion

A Psalter- Psalm Devotional of Praise to Our Sovereign Covenant God   Psalm 34 – 36 Psalter Numbers 90 – 94 Note: Psalm 34 is an acrostic Psalm, meaning that each verse in the Hebrew language began with the next letter of the alphabet. This made it easier to memorize the psalm.   October 1 […]

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The Perspicuity of Scripture

October is here again. The time of year when most of us are well back into the normal routine of school, work, and church life. For some of you, this means the demands of learning at the university level. The first few weeks of school are past, and you are starting to get deep into […]

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The Flower (3)

Little Anna was entertaining herself at the edge of the yard when finally she toddled over to where her mother, sister, and brother were raking leaves. Her face beamed as she presented her mother with a tiny wildflower. “Oh Anna, what a beautiful flower,” Mother said as she picked up the little girl and they […]

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Psalter 134 – Praise and Trust

Many of us have favorite Psalter numbers; they become our favorite for one reason or another. Often times a certain number brings back memories – some happy and some sad. I have grown very attached to #134 for reasons I’m not even sure about. However, I always find a comfort in the last half of […]

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