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Reformed Education

Young People, most of you have had the benefit of a solid, Reformed education in our Protestant Reformed Christian Schools. Do you value that education? In a time when the wicked of this world are wrangling over the poor schools in our land, does not the presence of our own schools inspire thankfulness in your […]

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“Seek Him that maketh the seven stars and Orion…The LORD is His Name” (Amos 5:8). Everything was going well for Israel. The people were building houses of hewn stone and planting vineyards in their fields. The armies were winning battle after battle under the leadership of King Jeroboam II. Although the nation had suffered under […]

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Portraits of Faithful Saints

Reflecting back upon the past century, we can see that the world has gone through many changes in a short period of time. Modern man extols this progress and growth in technology. For many in this world, this is all that they care to talk about. “We must live for the here and now!” is […]

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Martin Bucer (2)

Having looked at Martin Bucer’s history in our first article, how should we remember Martin Bucer? First, we should remember that he was a reformer who diligently, and at times stubbornly, fought for unity in the church. This was a worthy goal. Members of the church should seek to unite, but that unity must be […]

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Grow in Grace and in the Knowledge of Christ!

Right now you may be sitting at the kitchen table or in your favorite chair. Look out the window. Perhaps you see the brilliant colors of spring, the beautiful white of the dogwood trees and the rich colors of the tulips. Open your front door. What do you hear? Most likely you hear the birds […]

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Martin Bucer (1)

If we would ask anyone to name the key Reformers of the Reformation, it is doubtful that Martin Bucer would be named. Unlike Luther, Calvin, and Zwingli, Martin Bucer has no Protestant group which directly claims him as their spiritual father. As a result, he has never received very much attention by historians. However, interest […]

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Psalter 353 — Divine Deliverance

Imagine that you are fishing in a picturesque canyon river in a remote part of the United States, surrounded by majestic mountains on either side. The combination of water, wildlife, and trees provide you with a breathtaking view. As you wade a few feet over and cast a line down river, you think that everything […]

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The Perspicuity of Scripture

October is here again. The time of year when most of us are well back into the normal routine of school, work, and church life. For some of you, this means the demands of learning at the university level. The first few weeks of school are past, and you are starting to get deep into […]

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Called to Watch: Not Sleep

The command of Christ that we watch for His second coming is seen often in Scripture. The reason for this exhortation is that we, “know neither the day nor the hour wherein the Son of man cometh” (Matt. 25:13). Because of this uncertainty on our part, we must keep a constant watch. The opposite of […]

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The Battle of Tours, 732 AD

There is no question that the many victories of the Islamic empire in the 7th and 8th centuries terrorized the lands in their path. In a short period of time Tierney says that, “The followers of a new prophet, Mohammed, snatched away from the Byzantine Empire all the ancient Christian lands of the eastern Mediterranean […]

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