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A Little Cloud in the Sky

Nearly two years have gone by since that most wonderful day, the day when the longing, the loneliness, the heartaches, the desire to be married, were all over. Then life began. United in love we walked into a new life to enjoy its beauties, leaving all the troubles of single life behind, never to return. […]

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How Are We to Worship?

As time goes by, worship is increasingly changing in many churches. Rev. McAtnee, in an article from The Outlook, explains that we all know we worship at church, but we are having a hard time deciding what worship is. The contemporary trend of worship tries to meet the needs of the people. Churches are making […]

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Whence Cain’s Wife?

Question I have a question regarding the first two chapters in Genesis. In Genesis 1:26, we read “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over ALL the earth, and […]

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Gideon Appointed Under Jehovah’s Banner

That banner was unfurled over a dark moment in Israel’s history. At the time, the Midianites covered the land like a blanket of innumerable grasshoppers (Judges 6:5). Israel had been greatly plundered and oppressed because of the Midianites. What was particularly stinging about the oppression was the fact that this situation was on account of […]

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A Christian Inventor

Most people know that Samuel Finley Breese Morse (1791-1872) was the man who invented the Morse alphabet (in 1836) used by the telegraph system. But his contemporaries called him the American Leonardo daVinci, because he was a gifted author, painter, inventor and professor. However, most important is that Morse was a Christian who gave God […]

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Christian Friendship

It’s great to have a friend like you While traveling on life’s road, For when I’m weak and weary You help me bear my load.   It’s great to have a friend like you While I journey through the years, To share my joys and sorrows with, My gladness and my tears.   It’s great […]

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The Christian’s Attitude Toward Government (1)

The following is the text of a lecture given in the First Protestant Reformed Church, Holland, MI, November 6, 1998.  The question before us tonight is occasioned by the scandalous behavior of our nation’s president. For the second time in a little over twenty years the House of Representatives is considering whether to impeach our […]

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The Song of Zion

A Psalter-Psalm Devotional of Praise to Our Sovereign Covenant God Devotionals on Psalm 84 by Susan Adams February 1 Read Psalm 84:8,9; Psalm 4. What does it mean that God is our Shield? He is our defender, and we can ask of Him like a little child of its father. We lean on Him without […]

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Psalter 387— Our Only Saviour

Our Only Saviour, what an appropriate title for this versification of Psalm 142! We are again reminded that we must trust in God alone and He will preserve us. This Psalm was written when David was fleeing from Saul and hiding in a cave. Saul continually was seeking to kill David despite the fact that […]

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Sing Praises with Understanding

When churches push aside Psalm singing and congregational singing for hymns, contemporary music, and choirs, one can be sure that diligent growth in the knowledge of God and His Word do not accompany the trend. In fact, quite the opposite is true. The gradual pushing aside of the Psalms and replacing them with hymns and […]

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