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Buy the Truth, and Sell It Not (1)

“Buy the truth, and sell it not; also wisdom, and instruction, and understanding.” This is the familiar command of a father to his son found in Proverbs 23:23. This verse sets forth a very important principle, or standard, by which the child of God ought to live his life in this world. This instruction is […]

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Teaching Children to Pray

Sarah is a member of Hudsonville Protestant Reformed Church in Hudsonville, Michigan. She wrote this essay for the Protestant Reformed Scholarship. “Our Father which art in heaven…” These words along with the rest of the Lord’s Prayer fast become a part of a covenantal child’s vocabulary in his first few years of life. It is […]

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God-breathed Scripture (2)

Rev. Stewart is a missionary of the Protestant Reformed Churches to the Covenant Protestant Reformed Fellowship of Northern Ireland. This series is being reprinted with permission from the Covenant Protestant Reformed Fellowship website, http://www.cprf.co.uk/ Volume IX, Issues 9 & 10. Since, “All Scripture is given by inspiration of God [literally, God-breathed],” it is profitable for […]

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The Virtuous Woman

What is a virtuous woman? A description you seek? She’s a God-fearing woman, mild mannered and meek; A woman whose children arise and call blessed; Who welcomes all strangers and treats them as guests; A woman who plans for her household by night; Who trusts in the Lord with all of her might; A woman […]

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Watching Daily At My Gates

March 1 Read Psalm 119:17-24 For this series of meditations we plan to discuss in brief some of the names, attributes and virtues of God. These can in no wise be in-depth theological treatises on the unspeakable glorious being that is God, nor will we attempt to debate all the distinctions between these terms. We […]

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Respect in the Classroom

Stefan is a member of the Protestant Reformed Church in Loveland, Colorado. He wrote this essay for the Protestant Reformed Scholarship. Respect, the literal meaning being “to look again,” is neither given nor required by the world we live in. If the world does demand honor for authority, it is only for selfish and sinful […]

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Drama: A History

In this article I would like to go back to drama in its earliest stages. It is not my intention, completely, to argue the legitimacy of drama in the lives of the Christian today. Nor is it my intention to speak of what exactly drama is and all its elements. For that I would direct […]

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Upon This Rock

It gives me great pleasure to present a review of the three-volume set of books written by Don Doezema and published and distributed by the Protestant Reformed Sunday School Teachers Association. Don wrote the content of these books many years ago (30 years plus?) when he wrote for the Sunday School paper under the title […]

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The Ploughboy (1)

The mists of dawn hung in the air as the English farmer and his son emerged from their humble, thatched roof cottage. The boy shivered. The air was cool on this early autumn morn. He welcomed the heat of the old mare as he helped his father harness and hitch her to the plough. They […]

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