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Obedience to the Authority of God

By nature, all of us are children of disobedience. We all live in disobedience to God’s law. We, by nature, resist the order of God and all of His commandments. This evil disobedient nature which we have is that of our first parents. Adam and Eve (Gen. 2:16,17 and 3:6) disobeyed the explicit command of […]

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WWJD Bracelets

We believe that WWJD bracelets are not appropriate attire for the Reformed Christian to wear. This idea for the saying “What Would Jesus Do,” originated in 1886 by Charles Sheldon in his novel, In His Steps. The main character in this book wanted the world to be a better place, so he came up with […]

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My Father’s Cane

A year ago this morning, my Father passed away. Jesus often calls to Him those we most wish could stay. With family gathered round him, the tears began to flow, Then he told us just to ease our minds, how much he longed to go.   For he had been a soldier and walked the […]

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Regarding the Virtuous Woman

Dear Editor, I appreciated your modern rendition of Proverbs 31 in your recent editorial. You have hit upon a frightening pattern in our churches; the denial and reversal of the God-ordained role of men and women. The future of our churches lies with our families and our children. Oh, that we would recognize how indispensable […]

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Why I’m Here

My purpose on earth Is to walk for the Lord To follow His path To carry His sword To walk not in darkness But tread in the light To share all the truth Of His power and His might But if at some time I shall fail to succeed I will bow down my head […]

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After the Storm

“We had the nicest house in the village and they still are not yet over the shock, my wife and the children,” said David Wood, looking at the journalist at his bedside in the hospital. He had a broken leg and several stitches in his face. “Yes,” answered the man of the newspaper. “A rainstorm […]

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Every Protestant Reformed young person knows that when the calendar changes to September, there will have been, or this coming Lord’s Day there will be, an announcement in the bulletin that new catechism books will be distributed and assignments handed out. For a period of 30 weeks Protestant Reformed young people will descend into their […]

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Churches in Russia

Nowadays the Christians in the Commonwealth of Russian states are allowed to gather in the official Russian Orthodox Churches, who strive towards a monopoly. The priests are grumpy about the activities of Protestants from abroad, evangelizing in their area. They have said openly that they would like to get them all out of the country. […]

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The Song of Zion

A Psalter-Psalm Devotional of Praise to Our Sovereign Covenant God Devotionals for September 1-9 by Mike Feenstra  September 1 Read Psalm 69:1-12; Psalm 69:1-2 “With the exception of Psalm 22, there is no other psalm that is quoted so often by the Holy Ghost than this one to describe the suffering of Jesus.” Such were […]

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Psalter 111 – Grace and Gratitude

Psalter #111 is a song of thanksgiving to God for His gracious deliverance. This song directs our attention to Christ who fulfilled the law by giving Himself as the ultimate sacrifice for us on the cross. There are times in our lives when we are required to exercise our faith in such a way that […]

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