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The Pilgrim’s Burden

The Christian’s burden is hardest to bear, Whether white or black, he has to wear, The most troublesome, difficult burden of all, Because our head, Adam, did fall.   Do you remember “Pilgrim’s Progress”, that book? In which Christian, a journey he took? His burden, so great it did weigh, That in the Slough (of […]

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The Daily Press

December 8—Christ, the Wisdom of God Read Proverbs 8:22–36 If you were given the task of arranging the passages of scripture in chronological order—not in the order in which they were inspired and written down, but with regard to their content—you could put Proverbs 8:22–31 near the very beginning of your list.  Christ, the power […]

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Strangers and Sojourners in the End Times (3)

Scripture speaks to us as strangers and sojourners by means of signs and wonders that foretell and bring the coming of Christ. On our pilgrim journey toward our heavenly destination we will encounter these signs and wonders. We note several of them that will take place in the world of men and in creation. The […]

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Praying for God’s Will to be Done

“If it be Thy will.” How often don’t we use those words in our prayers? “If it be thy will.” It’s important for us to use those words. When Jesus instructed his disciples in the Sermon on the Mount, he taught them to pray “Thy will be done.” Later, toward the end of his ministry, Jesus […]

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Federation Board Update

Hello from the Federation Board.  We are looking forward to another year working for the spiritual welfare of the church’s young people.   Southeast PRC hosted the 2015 convention in Hillsdale, MI.  At the convention delegates from our churches elected into office new members willing and ready to serve the Young Peoples’ societies in their […]

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Depression

“How should we treat a friend or family member with depression?” Depression is more than an occasional feeling of sadness. We all have days when we wake up not feeling our best, tired, moody, or irritable. Depression is a debilitating condition in which a feeling of sadness persists for a considerable period of time. Some […]

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Count It All Joy

What are the things you count as joy in this life? You take a moment to absorb the question, and then the list of all the good gifts God has given you begins to roll through your head. His grace, his salvation, his word, my family, my friends, my work, my dreams, my successes, my […]

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Christian Patriarchy Life

The Christian Patriarchy (CP) lifestyle was born in the home school movement during the 1980s as a reaction to the increasing worldliness of the church world that the people were a part of. Aside from promising to improve society so that it can be a fit place to rear up future Christian generations, their form […]

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Christ Our Captain

Danny bounced onto the couch next to his mom. “I want to hear more about Roman soldiers.” His sister Becky curled up on the couch on their mom’s other side. Their mom spread a blanket over all of them. “Let’s see. Last time we talked about the Roman soldier. This time we’re going to talk […]

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