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Those Old-Fashioned Parents

There was a young man who feared the Lord, living in covenant fellowship with his God. He had learned to wait patiently upon the Lord in all things. He knew the greatness of his salvation and sought to live in thankful obedience. His desire was to serve God with his life in the church until […]

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It’s Just Not Fair

Tom Wilson was the most excited he had ever been. It was his sixteenth birthday! Even though his family was quite poor, Tom was still happy because a few days ago he and his dad had bought a cheap car for him. Tom was a good kid, and he had every intention of paying his […]

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How Do We Say “No”?

Arthur Kaye had a busy day again in his office, as the manager of a company who sold building materials. It was five o’clock and he was signing some letters his secretary had given to him before she left. But someone pressed the bell, and the gateman came in and told him that there were […]

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Prodigal Son

 A headstrong son had left his father’s home— The world he’d see. The confines of his home were limiting— “Too dull for me!” “While I am young and healthy I will roam And make my way.” Soon he was living high, with friends galore Both night and day. But after he had wasted all his […]

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The Song of Zion

A Psalter-Psalm Devotional of Praise to Our Sovereign Covenant God January 1-6 by Beth De Vries January 1 Read Psalm 41 Do we sometimes think of ourselves as the poor on the earth? As we start a new year may we remember that God has blessed us with many blessings on earth and more importantly […]

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Corporate Responsibility

You may ask, What is that? Corporate responsibility is the truth that God holds an individual responsible not only for the sins which he personally commits, but also for the sins committed by an organization, institution, union, society, or body to which the individual belongs and in which he holds membership. At this point we […]

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The Hillegonda Church of Hillegersberg

Hillegersberg is a suburb of the city of Rotterdam, but when this small town was founded the now famous harbor city of Rotterdam did not yet exist. There was only a marsh and a river with the name, the Rotte. The Hillegonda Church with a castle were built on a big hill of sand, by […]

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