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Key ’73 – The Key to 1973?

“Key ’73” — Catching name for a reli­gious program, isn’t it? The year 1973 is to be a key, a key to be used to unlock the love of God within the church and cause it to overflow and envelope all people in North America. 1973 is to be the great and memorable year of […]

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A Look at the Christian Scientist

“For a number of years Christian Science was presented to me, and I was opposed to it and very strong in my opposition. Then came a time when I was left with three small children. I felt very much alone and lost. I turned to a friend who asked me if I would talk to […]

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Open My Eyes

Have you ever seen a blind person trying to make his way across a busy street with only a white cane or seeing-eye dog as his guide? Have you ever thought of the utter despair and helplessness he must feel at times? Imagine not being able to see the sky or the flowers or the […]

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Guided by the Word

All around me sat young people bubbling over about the work of the Spirit in them. Every once and awhile such exclamations as “Praise the Lord” or “Thank you, Father” penetrated the air. I had never seen anything like it. Here were kids my own age filled with the praise, joy, and love of God […]

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Have you Grown This Summer

The summer of 1971 is rapidly coming to a close. Vacations will soon be over, schools will resume their classes, and jobs will return back to normal. It is at this time I would like you to stop and think back on the past summer’s activities. This summer probably held many pleasant experiences for each […]

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Religion in Rock

At the time of the writing of this article, religion has found its way into much of our modern-day music. Such songs as “My Sweet Lord,” “Amazing Grace,” “Put Your Hand in the Hand,” and the controversial rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar have become best sellers. Why do these songs, which are so different from […]

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The Christian and Drugs

With the possible exception of speeding on the highways, possession of drugs is almost certainly the most widely committed crime in the United States. It is said that as many as 20 million Americans have at one time or another tried drugs. The Pentagon states that about 30% of the U.S. troops in Vietnam and […]

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Will You Be Next?

In this past week thousands of people, including small children, have died in Pakistan because of a cyclone which struck there. Forty-three people have died in a tragic airplane crash. Many more have just died recently from car accidents. Will you be next? Has it ever crossed your mind that tomorrow you may not be […]

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