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Nurturing Christian Attitudes in Students

Nurturing Christian attitudes is required of us as Christians whether we are a mom, dad, sibling, friend, co-worker, minister, or a teacher. Attitude towards life affects every aspect of our lives. Being taught how and why to have Christian attitudes at a young age is essential. As a teacher I would explain to the children […]

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On a River Vessel

Josien Buys wondered that afternoon, was she in a somber mood or was she very content? But, as a healthy girl of 23 years old she did not want to be absorbed by that question. The date was Wednesday, October 1, and her birthday had just been celebrated last night. Now, at eight o’clock in […]

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The Sword of the LORD and of Gideon

Gideon returned from the camp of the Midianites in a strong faith that the LORD was with him and that the Word of the LORD would surely come to pass. Swiftly Gideon moves into action as the leader of Jehovah’s little army of 300 men. However, leading the small band against the host of the […]

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I Went To God In Prayer Tonight…

I went to God in prayer tonight, To ask Him to free me from sin. I went to God in prayer tonight, To have Him take away the troubles within.   I went to God in prayer tonight, I asked Him to hear my needs. I went to God in prayer tonight, And I asked […]

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The Song of Zion

A Psalter-Psalm Devotional of Praise to Our Sovereign Covenant God September 1 Read Jeremiah 14:1-9 Psalm 106:7-8 After reading these two verses, do we have any doubts about the mercy of Jehovah? Israel had sinned greatly yet He saved them. Our sins mount up against us day by day, yet God takes them all away […]

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Psalter 248 – Overshadowing Protection

We turn this month to Psalter 248 which is a versification of the first eight verses of Psalm 91. This Psalter is entitled Overshadowing Protection which reflects the emphasis of this Psalm. We are reminded that though troubles beset us on many sides God will always be our protector. We also see in this Psalm […]

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God’s Immutability

Reprinted from the Loveland Protestant Reformed Church newsletter vol. 2, No. 1.  It is fitting that we think of the Immutability of God as we go through this year. Many things have happened in the world during the past year and many things have changed. There has been economic, social and political change. Every day […]

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That Church in Dordrecht

The name of the Dutch city of Dordrecht will always have a special significance for people in the Reformed Churches, if they stick to the Holy Scriptures. Dordrecht was officially founded in 1220 by Count William I, after he came back from the fifth crusade (1218-1219) when he took the city of Damiate in Egypt, […]

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