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Editorial – February, 1941

Like an eaglet returning from its first long flight back to its nest high up on some towering cliff, so the first issue of Beacon Lights returns to the editor’s desk, breathless and excitedly happy over its warm reception. It is true, this first appearance was not without its disappointments. The greatest of which was, […]

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A Word of Introduction

The Publication Committee of the P.R.Y.P.F. takes great pleasure in introducing the first issue of our new periodical into your midst. It means to them the fruit of concentrated effort put forth during the last few months to make this paper possible, the removal of what seemed at times to be insurmountable barriers, the satisfaction […]

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Peace on Earth

In the midst of wars and rumors of wars. We can again expect as another Christmas season approaches that there will be an almost universal clamor for peace. Even while nations are locked in a malicious struggle for supremacy, and while others are feverishly preparing to enter the conflict at a moment’s notice, the prince […]

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Ascension – Pentecost

Triumphant Easter, day of first-fruits, in which Christ arose as victor over sin, death and the grave. Glorious ascension. for he went through the heavens to Father’s throne, where he was crowned with glory and honor to rule over the works of God’s hands. Blessed Pentecost, feast of harvest, when he came to dwell with […]

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Remember Thy Creator

Who has not repeatedly read the well-known words of the preacher, remember now thy creator in the days of thy youth, while the evil days come not, nor the years draw nigh, when thou shalt say, I have pleasure in them? But in these times we are inclined to ask, could days ever be more […]

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The three congregations that remained faithful to the truth as proclaimed by their deposed pastors formed a temporary organization under the name: “THE PROTESTING CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCHES IN AMERICA.” Since the consistories of these congregations were appealing their case to the Synod of 1926, it was impossible at this date to form a permanent organization. […]

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