And All His Praise Proclaim

Music has the power to stir the heart and soul of man. For centuries poets, in extolling its sweet compulsion, have dwelt on the delight of comprehending the intricacies of this universal language of mankind. Soft music soothes the tired mind. There is music which can strike fire from the...

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A Debate (1)

The scene of this debate may be in any of our Young People’s Societies, either here in Michigan or as far west as Bell­flower, California. However, I like to think of it as being conducted in a so­ciety of one of our mid-western churches on a Sunday evening. (Sunday evening...

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The Underground Movement

Marvels of Spring will never cease to awe and thrill mankind. The seeming “death” of plant and animal life is but a mere dormancy, for the potential being remains and that “breath of life” will never completely cease until time itself will end. The warmth of the sunshine, the re­freshment...

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Military Mail Bag

Meet Your Servicemen The following letter may give you fel­lows an incentive to pass on some ideas of what you would like to see in Beacon Lights. It comes from Albert Visser, from our Manhattan Church. “I received your letter a while back, and I am sorry I couldn’t answer...

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Rose and Roo

The Rose aloft in sunny air, Beloved alike by bird and bee, Takes for the dark Root little care That toils below it ceaselessly.   I put my question to the flower: “Pride of the Summer, garden queen, Why livest thou thy little hour?” And the Rose answered. “I am...

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Enlisting

From Iowa I received the following question: Dear Schuiler, My question is a problem that I think is facing many young men these days May a Christian enlist in the armed forces of our country? I asked this question mainly in view of the fact, that the young man assumes...

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