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Watching Daily At My Gates

October 16 Read Psalm 18:25-36 Who is God? “God is God” were the first words spoken by Rev. H. H. Hoeksema during the first Reformed Witness Hour broadcast. To know God is to know his attributes. As the people of God, we must know who he is. Our goal in this next series of devotionals […]

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Victory in the Valley

God has visited his church numerous times throughout the past few years. Yes, God is always with his church, and constantly provides for all her needs. These visits however were special visits. These visits included the taking of a loved one to glory, or another especially difficult trial. You may have wondered as I have, […]

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The Gift (6)

With her hands filled with the dessert dishes she walked from the family room into the kitchen where her husband was already filling the dishwasher. Setting the dishes down on the island behind him, she pulled one of the stools out and sat down. “Well, I think that went quite well if I do say […]

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The Body They May Kill…

A Martyr in Rome On September 9, 1560, in the city of Rome itself, and before the very eyes of the Pope, Pius IV, there was put to death for the word of God and for the testimony of Jesus Christ one Jean Louis Pascale of Piedmont, a young pastor in the Waldensian colonies in […]

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Music in the Woods (2)

The forest rang with the crack of axes and the zip-zeep of saws. It was the sound of hard work. Several log buildings joined the site of the tiny Indian settlement on Black Lake, and as more Dutch immigrants continuously arrived, more and more dwellings were needed. Amidst all the chop-chop-chopping in the woods, the […]

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Martin Luther’s Tabletalk

Martin Luther, the man whom God used to bring reformation to the church in the 16th century, was a remarkable man. I do not think that such a man existed prior to Luther, or that such a man will ever again be seen in the church of Christ. Though he was a highly educated man, […]

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Letter to the Editor

Dear John, I read with interest your Editorial “The Teachers Are Ready Are You?” (August/September 2007). I disagree with your statement that “the training of children in the schools is the most powerful way to prepare citizens for the kingdom (of God). I believe the training of children in the church is the most powerful […]

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Hebrews 11

Faith is the substance of things which we hope for, The evidence of things which we can’t see, but grope for. The elders who on this faith were firmly stood Obtained a report that was honest and good. Through faith’s eyes we know, it isn’t absurd, That the worlds and all in them were framed […]

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Glory in the Lord

Are we living the way we are commanded to live? Or are we giving in to our sinful natures? Do we go about our studies, employment and other daily activities humbly serving the Lord by serving others? Or are we letting the sin of pride dominate our lives? All of us have to fight the […]

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