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What CCHS Means to Me

CCHS has come to mean a lot to me.  I think it is important to reflect on this a moment.  So often I hear complaints, and I myself complain about homework and how school stinks.  This is something we may not do.  What we must see is that CCHS is a blessing to us, and […]

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The Daily Press

September 8 – Don’t Fret Read Psalm 37:1-11 Psalm 37 is another acrostic psalm.  It contains eight precepts, six of which are found in verses 1—8.  The psalm begins with this two-part command: Do not fret because of evildoers: do not envy them.  The sixth precept, which is found in verse 8, is similar: “Cease […]

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The Believer’s Battle Plan

Every soldier in the U.S. Army can appreciate a seasoned general’s battle plan, one that pinpoints the enemy’s defenses and places him in the best position to gain the field.  Every collegiate basketball player can appreciate a savvy, veteran coach’s game plan, one that shows how best to stifle the opponent on the defensive end […]

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Strangers and Sojourners in the End Times (1)

Strangers and sojourners has been the theme of the editorials for quite some time. We began with the biblical idea of strangers, sojourners, and closely connected, pilgrims. We defined being strangers and sojourners in terms of a lifelong journey with a beginning, a route, and a destination, all of which are determined by God’s counsel […]

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Our Proper Christian Attire

Text: Colossians 3:12-13     Colossians sets before us a pointed reminder of the preeminence of Christ when it comes to all Christian doctrine and practice.  The Christian faith, unlike any other religion, does not focus on laws, not even divine precepts, and certainly not human ordinances.  It rejects all forms of legalism.  The Christian […]

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Grow Up! (2)

“That we henceforth be no more children, tossed to and fro, and carried about with every wind of doctrine, by the sleight of men, and cunning craftiness, whereby they lie in wait to deceive; But speaking the truth in love, may grow up into him in all things, which is the head, even Christ:” Ephesians […]

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Dwelling in the Shepherd’s Home

After a long summer spent in the high mountain meadow, the Shepherd herded his sheep once again into the dark valley to make the long journey back home. The sheep were scared of the dark valley, but they were reassured by their Shepherd’s presence. Their good Shepherd followed them all the way down from the […]

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Beacon Lights’ New Website

After months of planning and hard work, the Beacon Lights’ staff is eager to share with our readers the new beaconlights.org. The website reveals a professional design and layout. Bold colors, sharp pictures, and fresh content fill each page. The user friendly website contains a clear-cut layout that is easy to navigate for readers of […]

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