Romans 4

  ROMANS 4:1 – 4:25   In order to understand the teaching of the apostle here we must pay due attention to the relationship of this Chapter to the former Chapter, verses 21-31. The relationship is as follows: Man, both Jew and Gentile, is hopelessly lost “under sin.” By the...

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Your Pastor and Mine

If he is young he lacks experience; if his hair is gray he is too old. If he has five or six children he has too many; if he has none he is setting a bad example. If he speaks from notes he has canned sermons and is dry; if...

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The End of This Present World

The End of This Present World, by Lehman Strauss, Litt. D., Published by Zondervan Publishing House, Grand Rapids, Michigan. This book is divided into six chapters dealing successively with the following subjects: The Coming World Church, The Coming Man of Sin, The Coming Doom of Russia, The Coming World Conflict,...

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Of Visions

GREATHEART. But here was great odds, three against one. “Tis true.” replied Valiant-for-truth; ‘‘but little or more are nothing to him that has the truth on his side. . . .” Then said Great-heart to Mr. Valiant-for-truth, “Thou hast worthily behaved thyself; let me see thy sword.” So he showed...

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Observations

Being away from home affords many opportunities for observation. This is especially true of my position at the present time, my husband being one of the Rainbow Division which is composed of men from every State in the Union: it is truly an American Division and because of that fact...

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He Suffered

Strange as it might seem, the Christian Church has always summed up the whole earthly existence of her Lord in the two simple words: He suffered. Many others have attempted to write a glowing biography on the “life of Jesus”. Yet the Church has insistently confessed only this “He was...

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A Convention in 1944?

I read with interest and approval the letter of Jim Van Weelden in our March Beacon Lights, in which he suggests that a Convention of our Young People’s Societies be held this year. And yet, while I appreciate the spirit in which Mr. Van Weelden makes his proposal, it seems...

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Unknown

In response to the article placed in the Open Forum in our March issue regarding the Convention and also as a result of the action taken by the Federation Board in presenting a plan for voting for new board members without a convention, many letters were received from various societies...

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