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Mirrors, Thoughts, and a Golden Calf

Remember the story of the golden calf and the people of Israel? Exodus 32 tells us how the people of Israel became impatient waiting for Moses to come back down Mount Sinai. They wanted a god they could see, so Aaron had them melt their gold and make a calf. They worshipped this calf by […]

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Interview with Nick Kleyn (1)

It is April 18, 2009, and I am at the residence of Nick and Ina Kleyn in Walker, Michigan My interest in obtaining this interview is connected with the fact that they are formerly residents of Australia.  My purpose is to establish the connection between churches and saints in Australia and the Protestant Reformed Churches.  […]

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Effective Personal Bible Study

Read Psalm 119:97–104. In almost every verse of this psalm the psalmist speaks of God’s word, law, testimonies, ways, precepts, statutes, commandments, or judgments. But these words are not limited to the ten commandments, although they are certainly included. Rather, in this psalm the psalmist praises God’s word—the Holy Scriptures. For us, who live in […]

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Words Are Weighty

Unless we have not been given the ability to speak, it is difficult to go through an entire day without saying a word. Whether we have a very outgoing personality or we are very timid, we talk every day. We use words to communicate our thoughts. That much is obvious. But do we often consider […]

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The Daily Press

August 8—Judgement for the Oppressed Read Deuteronomy 24 Psalm 103:6 declares, “The Lord executeth righteousness and judgment for all that are oppressed.”  And in Isaiah 1:16–17 Jehovah commands his people, “Cease to do evil…learn to do well; seek judgment, relieve the oppressed, judge the fatherless, plead for the widow.”  Deuteronomy 24 is a list of […]

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