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The “Snapshots” of Our Lives

As a photographer, I am constantly being teased by family and friends about “seeing the world through a lens.” But it’s true. I carry my camera with me quite often. I am always looking for photo opportunities. Ever since I started this hobby, I have come to have a new appreciation for light and scenery. […]

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Our Father is Sovereign

We live in a world of boundaries. A fish cannot live beyond the bounds of water. He can survive only when he have enough oxygen and within a narrow range of temperature. Man works hard to extend his boundaries but he remains a creature limited by space and time. All creation had a time when […]

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Our Father is Sovereign

Our God has created us and He has created the world in which we live. He created all things for His own glory. He created us so that we might know Him and enter into His eternal covenant fellowship. To this end, He has revealed Himself to us in His Word and He works within […]

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Our Father is One

“And this is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent” (John 17:3). Do you have eternal life? You have it if you know God. You have it only if you know God as He has revealed Himself in Jesus Christ. Any other way of […]

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Our Father is Jehovah

Article 1 in a Series on the Attributes of God Shortly before that great hour in which our Savior paid the full price for our redemption from sin, He prayed. In His prayer, He said that the Father had given Him power to give eternal life to His people. And what exactly is eternal life? […]

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God’s Immutability

Reprinted from the Loveland Protestant Reformed Church newsletter vol. 2, No. 1.  It is fitting that we think of the Immutability of God as we go through this year. Many things have happened in the world during the past year and many things have changed. There has been economic, social and political change. Every day […]

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Everywhere

The train continued its tireless traveling and the sound of the steel wheels against the rails never seemed to end. Billy sat in one of the passenger cars and knew that every moment he was being taken farther on his journey—farther from his home. * * * The jet gathered speed until at a critical […]

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God’s Omnipotence

“Alleluia! For the Lord God omnipo­tent reigneth!” (Rev. 19:6). These words are recorded in that final piece of the vision which begins at Rev. 17:1. There begins the picture and history of Babylon, the Great Whore. In chapter 18 we have her glory and the lament over her ruin. Then in chapter 19:1-10, the doxology […]

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God’s Omnipresence

“Whither shall I go from Thy Spirit? or whither shall I flee from Thy presence?’’ (Ps. 139:7) The theme of this passage is God’s omnipresence. Not that the psalmist would want to, but no one can escape to a place where God is not. The psalmist looks at the matter personally; Whither shall I go? […]

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God’s Eternity

“His name shall be called . . . The Mighty God, The Father of Eternity” [Isa. 9:6, Heb.]. Naturally, God is the Father of eternity. No one who believes that God is His attributes has any trouble with that. Nor does anyone who believes the doctrine of the trinity have any trouble with the idea […]

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