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Stalingrad   At the time of this writing, Stalingrad has withstood thirty days of constant and destructive siege.  The big question that almost everyone is asking is, “Will the Russians be able to hold the city?” and “How long will they be able to continue in the face of such a terrible assault?” Whether or […]

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Hope

Summary of a speech given by Rev. Hubert DeWolf reported by Miss Ruth Dykstra.   It is my duty to call your attention to things of a serious and spiritual nature. I will call your attention to the Christians hope. Notice the meaning, the object and source, and the certainty. Hope is exclusively the possession […]

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Beware of the Roaring Lion

There are not very many people who are not afraid of a lion. I’m sure that we would not open the door if we were aware of the pre­sence of a vicious lion that was waiting there to devour us. And yet, from the spiritual point of view, we are in exactly that danger. There […]

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About Our Work in Canada

That people are basically all alike and that no matter where one goes, he meets the same kind of people that he meets at home, is a fact which undoubtedly most of us have discovered long ago. That was also our experience when we were in Canada; we met a good, many people there and […]

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Fellowship in Christ

Summary by Grace Theule At the mass meeting of our seventh annual Young People’s Convention Tuesday evening, Aug. 19, l147, Rev. H. De Wolf spoke on the topic: Fellowship in Christ.  It was the central theme of our Convention which emphasized the blessed fellowship God’s people really experience when they are of the same mind […]

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Delinquency

Wait a minute! You ought to read this! I know, you’ve heard so much about that subject that you are probably inclined to say, “That’s ancient history.”  And, without realizing it, you are saying more than you intended to say.  It certainly is “ancient history”, as old, I should say, as the human race itself.  […]

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To Our Boys in Service

Grand Rapids, Michigan August 1946 Dear Fellows: In the absence of your regular correspondent, I have been asked to write this letter. I’m glad to have this opportunity to write you, although I have been pondering for some time just what I ought to write about. To write about home and the things that happen […]

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Steadfastness

Always to do the will of God, to turn neither to the right nor to the left, to be immoveable, to maintain the right and denounce the wrong, to fight without faltering, to shine as a light in the midst of darkness, to speak the truth in love but fearlessly, to follow without flinching, to […]

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Serve Him with Gladness

Scripture repeatedly admonishes and exhorts us to serve the Lord. The very fact that the Word of God always exhorts us to do this implies a fact which we cannot very well escape or ignore.  It implies that we don’t do that and are not of ourselves inclined to do that.  Scripture paints a very […]

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The Hidden Blessing….

Jim and Hank, as they were affectionately called by the rest of the family, were brothers and two boys more alike you would probably never find.  Being the sons of a farmer, they were typical outdoors boys with all the interest and unbounded enthusiasm which any normal lad possesses.  Especially did they love the sport […]

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