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Sharpen Your Sword!

Dear readers, let us be up in arms! Don’t you hear the trumpet blast of our leaders? Don’t you see the glitter of armor and cloud of dust, as once again a mighty surge of the enemy sallies forth to destroy the church? We look to be outnumbered, again, some one thousand to one; but […]

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To the Editor

I appreciate the time and effort that individuals spent in not only reading my article (“Standin’ in the Need of Prayer,” October, 2006 issue), but also in contemplating and responding to it. In response to Carmen Griess’ letter in particular (November, 2006 issue), I feel the necessity to address the valid concerns made by the […]

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Hear My Words, O Lord

“What’s in a word,” they say? What’s in a word? You couldn’t imagine your life without them. It would be so lonely. Unable to communicate, unable to express your thoughts. So much frustration, so many walls built all because you couldn’t say what was on your mind. Words are so essential in how we communicate […]

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The Incarnation

Again our hearts are filled with joy As, in a special way We celebrate our Saviour’s birth, Well known as “Christmas Day”.  Our thoughts are drawn to Bethlehem The place of Jesus birth. The Son of God, incarnate To dwell upon the earth.   He left His home in glory In flesh here to abide. […]

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Watching Daily At My Gates

December 16 Read Revelation 14:1-7  Psalm 40:3a One of the blessings of salvation is the blessing of a new song in our hearts. In principle we have that song now. In glory we will have it in perfection. Are we singing that new song daily? Are our songs those songs in which God delights? Or are […]

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The Johannes De Doper Kerk of Wageningen

This State Reformed church is named after John the Baptist. This big church is a so-called cruciform church, a late gothic style used for the first time in 1280, made of bricks and roofing tiles. In 1517 the city council of Wageningen decided to enlarge this building with a transverse nave and a choir stall. […]

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