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A Parable of Solomon

The book of Proverbs is one which introduces a new method of instruction in the Bible. In this book Solomon uses a short sentence, generally unrelated to its predecessor, which contains a complete idea. Proverbs contains observations and instruction in nearly every area of the life of the child of God. Many of these ideas […]

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Our Prayer Aloud

Many of us find difficulty in praying aloud in a group. We may be at school, a church meeting, or at the dinner table when we are called upon to give thanks. Often, an immediate reaction is one of consternation. What should I say? What will others think of me because of my prayer? Will […]

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Children-A Heritage of The Lord

Recently, Time magazine in its Behavior section featured an article on the declining birth rate among Americans. On six full pages there was a description of the attempts by many in this country to reach zero population growth in approxi­mately fifty years. There were stories of a non-fertility rite “which honored the non­parents of the […]

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The Voice of the Lord

The voice of God was heard last night. Millions heard Him. He spoke powerfully and emphatically. Some who heard Him acknowledged that He was speaking and that He was God. Most ignored Him even though they were momentarily terror stricken. “The voice of the thunder was in the heavens, the lightening lightened the world: the […]

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I Am Content

Picture with me for a few minutes the Apostle Paul in his prison cell in Rome. He had been in this condition for some time, years perhaps, his future in doubt. Would this continue indefinitely? Would he be allowed his just freedom? Or would he, perhaps, be subjected to one of the in­famous tortures of […]

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Christian Stewardship

The basic premise of Christian steward­ship is that God is the Creator, Possessor, and Upholder of all. “The earth is the Lord’s and the fulness thereof,” confesses David in Psalm 24. “For He hath founded it upon the seas, and established it upon the floods.” Stewardship presupposes God’s absolute ownership of all. Existence of anything […]

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The Calling of the Christian in Everyday Life

How often have you conceived of your everyday, possibly hum-drum life, as a calling from God? Possibly never. For most of us the work-a-day week is routine. It seems not to be directly associated with God’s work on this earth. Every day we get up at a particular time, grab a lunch, and books or […]

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The Loveland Protestant Reformed Christian School

In April of 1959, a school society was organized by the members of the Loveland Protestant Reformed Church. This was just ten months after the Loveland church had been accepted into the Protestant Reformed denomination. The five-member school board immediately began work, and worked diligently through the next two years. The board decided that two […]

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