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Be Content With Your Wages

Lynette is a member of Hope Protestant Reformed Church in Walker, Michigan. This story is a Beacon Lights writing contest winner. The summer of 1929 was a hot, dry, Pennsylvania summer. The whole country was in the midst of a depression and many farmers were struggling to pay for their farms. God used one family’s […]

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Things Don’t Just Happen

Things don’t just happen to us who love God They’re planned by His own dear Hand, Then molded and shaped and timed by His clock. Things don’t just happen, they’re planned. We don’t just guess on the issues of life, We Christians just rest in the Lord, We are directed by His Sovereign will In […]

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Rev. C. Hanko – Chapter 5: School Days

Editor’s Note: Rev. Hanko began school when Christian education was in its infancy. Nevertheless, the education he received was a superior one, equipping him for his life’s work as a pastor. On a Saturday afternoon in the latter part of January, 1912. My sister Sena washed me and got me ready for a shopping spree. […]

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Watching Daily At My Gates

October 1 Read Psalm 24 “The earth is the Lord’s.” Is that your confession people of God? As we see what man calls the catastrophes of nature and the devastation caused by war, do we confess that “the earth is the Lord’s”? Most in the world do not. They would not say that the suffering […]

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Scripture Twisting (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 22–23. II Peter 3:15-16 tells us two ways in which false teachers twist the Scriptures. First they abuse […]

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Church and School

Dear Editor I have read with great interest the article entitled “A Church/School Dilemma” in the June issue, and also the rebuttal letter “Church/School Dilemma”—Misnamed” written by Mr. Jim Regnerus in the August/September issue. I feel that I have a unique perspective on this matter, as I am one of those who have grown up […]

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The Case for a Creator

Lee Strobel, The Case for a Creator. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan, 2004. Pp. 340. $14.99 (paper). In this instructive book packed with scientific information, author and journalist Lee Strobel interviews several scientists on the theories of Darwin and how well they have withstood the scrutiny of science within the last one hundred years. Strobel, a […]

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Reflections on the Convention

What a busy year! Faith PRC had the privilege to host the 2005 Protestant Reformed Young Peoples Convention. When we started planning, sometimes it seemed we were getting nowhere. But finally, all the activities and programs were coming together and we were confident that it was going to be a success. Now that the convention […]

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The Ploughboy (7)

Henry Phillips was an educated, tall young man living in London—or rather, trapped in London. He was in dire circumstances. He had squandered his father’s money with gambling, he was wanted by the authorities, and not one friend would own him. But he was just the kind of man the Church of Rome was looking […]

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