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Foolishness

The preaching of the cross of Christ Is foolishness to those Whom God ordained to perish, But unto those He chose It is the pow’r of God the Lord! He turns to foolishness The wisdom of this world; But godliness He’ll bless. Because the “foolishness” of God Is wiser far than men; And had He […]

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Church Candy Challenge

A visitor once paid our church a visit and had some questions after the service. “What is your view on Christian education? Why don’t you sing any hymns? Do you use any version of the Bible other than the KJV? What do you believe about regeneration?” And then, in a rather puzzled tone, “What is […]

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Watching Daily At My Gates

Please note that these devotionals are designed to increase your familiarity with our Psalter. Your devotions will be greatly enhanced if you read the text and sing or read the corresponding Psalter number. I hope they can also be used in our schools with the children. February 1 Read Psalm 5:7 Verse 7 completes the first […]

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The Answer

Advanced Biology 201. When and how did the world with all its life forms begin? The question had come up before. Kevin hadn’t been ready in the past, but he was ready now. He raised his hand. He knew the answer. “God created the world in six days out of nothing. Evolution says it took […]

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Teaching Covenant Children to Pray

Imagine yourself as a five-year-old boy on your first day of kindergarten. Your mom drops you off at school. You find your desk in a classroom full of other boys and girls, your friends from church. Your teacher, Miss Waters, quiets the class and then says, “Shall we begin our day in prayer?” You look […]

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Stewardship (3) Stewardship and Money: Saving God’s Way

According to a study released by Public Agenda, 46% of all Americans have less than $10,000 saved for retirement. According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, 96% of all Americans will retire financially dependent on the government, family, or charity. A 1992 Federal Reserve study showed that 43% of U.S. families spent […]

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Sam Learns a Lesson

Sam jumped out of bed Saturday morning with big plans running through his head. Today he was going to work on his fort in the backyard! Dad had given him some pieces of scrap wood to use, and Sam was determined to have the best fort ever built. He hurriedly dressed in some clothes he […]

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