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Fleeing Sin (3)

This time we continue our discussion of “fleeing sin” from the viewpoint of separating ourselves from those who live in impenitence. We must understand, first of all, whom we are talking about and what we mean by “separation.” One passage of Scripture in particular helps us out greatly in understanding from whom we are to […]

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Children in the Home

Today, the place of children in the home is losing significance. Children are seen as an obligation: an option in life that can be chosen or done away with. The Christian’s view of children in the family is radically different, however. Children are seen as a precious gift from God, and are considered as a […]

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The Heart

The word “heart” has many shades of meaning that have one thing in common: they all refer to something central or innermost. The heart of a city is in the center of the city. The heart of a plant is the material that is at the center of the stem. The biblical concept of heart […]

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The Sufficiency of Scripture

Have you ever thought that your faith would be much stronger and your life more holy if only you could have walked with Jesus Himself as the Apostles did—if you could have seen His miracles, heard His teaching from His own mouth, and followed Him around through Galilee and Judea? Peter tells us in II […]

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The Song of Zion

A Psalter-Psalm Devotional of Praise to Our Sovereign Covenant God February 1 Read Psalm 119:81-88 Psalm 119:87-88 Are there times in which you feel no help from any side? Do the cares of the world press in upon you? The Psalmist felt those concerns. Moved by the Holy Spirit, he was able to not forsake […]

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Psalter 306 – The Glory and Condescension of God

The Glory and Condescension of God—what a beautiful combination to describe our God. We would think that the glorious God would not condescend to us, but we know that He does. We reflect in this Psalm and Psalter versification on the sovereignty of God as He controls all things. As we think on the glory […]

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A Murderer Redeemed

Tabitha is one of our short story writing contest winners. She is the daughter of Rev. Lau Chin Kwee from the First Evangelical Reformed Church in Singapore. Thirteen-year-old accidentally kills boyfriend. This particular headline in the newspaper stood out amongst the others. It talked about a girl who had accidentally killed her boyfriend in a […]

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Wandering

They’re only lambs, just common sheep, Their coats are woolly, warm and deep. Through fields of green they roam at will They wander on the plain and hill To find the tender shoots of grass; Contentedly their days they pass. Then when the field is bare, they’re lead To verdant ground where they’ll be fed. […]

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Synodal Reformed Church of Hallum

This building has obviously given problems to fit it on a piece of land where the street splits in two directions. The tower is in front, the main entrance at the left side, the roofs in differing parts. Perhaps people with many ideas have been involved. The tower seems to be multisided. This Church is […]

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