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Time Management

“Use your time wisely.” Has a parent or teacher ever said that to you? If so, they are correct in their instruction. But what exactly does it mean to manage your time? And why does it even matter if we use our time wisely or not? Donald Whitney doesn’t include time management in his Spiritual […]

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Serving One Another

Throughout the course of his entire life, Jesus was always serving those around him. Whether he was teaching the people, washing his disciples’ feet, working miracles of healing, or willfully laying down his life on the cross, Jesus was constantly showing that he became a man and came to this world not to be served […]

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Have You Given One Thought?

Think for a moment about the life you are living: work, school, sports, and homework for many of us. When you finally get a chance to relax, what are you doing with your time? Checking the latest stories on Snapchat? Scanning through your Instagram feed? At the end of the day you’re tired. You want […]

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Gracious Giving

The bright boxes neatly wrapped under the Christmas tree and the smell of mouth-watering turkey emanating from the kitchen tempts us to have an improper focus on the holidays. Ashamedly, it is one hundred times easier to focus on the physical objects we expect to receive. Our carnal minds stay focused on the material objects […]

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Becoming a Biblically Literate Young Woman Abby VanSolkema   Young ladies, how often do you study God’s word? How much time do you spend personally engaging with the actual text of the Bible? It is easy to come up with excuses for not prioritizing personal Bible study. Between work, school, church activities, family commitments, dating, […]

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The Blameless Young Man

The Blameless Young Man Jeremy Helms   We use the term “gift” in many ways today. We may say that a high school student is “gifted” at playing basketball. What we mean to say is that he plays basketball well. Or we may say that a musician is “gifted” at playing his instrument when we […]

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The Character of the Belgic Confession

The Character of the Belgic Confession Rev. Nathan Langerak   The Belgic Confession is the earliest of the Reformed creeds known collectively as the Three Forms of Unity. The Three Forms of Unity are the Belgic Confession, the Heidelberg Catechism, and the Canons of Dordt. The name of the creed, Belgic Confession, derives from the […]

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Office of All Believer: Ruling a Kingdom

Office of All Believer: Ruling a Kingdom Philip Rainey   The previous article dealt with the idea of office in the kingdom of God. We saw that, being created in Adam to be officebearers, we shared the dreadful consequences of his fall, but that our office is redeemed in Christ. Christ is thus the officebearer […]

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The Tongue: The Untameable Sword

The Tongue: The Untameable Sword Joshua Harris   Our tongue is a remarkable piece of God’s creation of us, and it is something that we can quite easily take for granted. We use it to taste, swallow, spit, and speak. It is the tongue’s ability to allow us to speak that is my primary focus […]

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Meditating on God’s Word Continually

Meditating on God’s Word Continually Dr. Marco Barone   The Lord gave to Israel the following instructions: “Therefore shall ye lay up these my words in your heart and in your soul, and bind them for a sign upon your hand, that they may be as frontlets between your eyes. And ye shall teach them […]

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