Not To The Flesh

“Therefore, brethren, we are debtors, not to the flesh, to live after the flesh.  For if ye live after the flesh, ye shall die.” Romans 8:12, 13a.  Once again I wish to base my remarks on these words of the apostle Paul, so directly connected with our subject of Christian...

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God’s House

Thy courts of worship I’ve entered today To give to Thy name a portion of praise, To take from Thy hand a measure of grace, To pray for Thy guidance the length of my days.   Thou gavest me comfort and shelter alone, Others cared not for my life or...

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Charioteer

A Story of Old Egypt in the Days of Joseph. Used by Permission of the Eerdmans’ Publ. Co.   “Ah, ‘tis the vengeance of Ishtar,” Egiba exclaimed.  “He was cut down by a bolt from the sky.”  The merchantmen nodded and jabbered. Raanah was no less amazed than the others. ...

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Debtors to God

The subject is suggested by what the apostle writes to the congregation of Rome, “Therefore, brethren, we are debtors, not to the flesh, to live after the flesh.”  (8:12). Before we proceed, Christian young men and women, read those words again, carefully, prayerfully.  Memorize them, will you?  Then you will...

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Arianism Condemned

In our last installment in this department of early New Testament church history, we called your attention to the rise of the Arian doctrine which denied the divinity of Christ.  We called your attention to the fact that this doctrine denied one of the indispensable requisites for our salvation.  If...

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The Camel Bird

In the wilderness surrounding Palestine, in Arabia and in the arid wilds of Africa is found the largest of all winged creatures—a proud and regal strutting bird.  Visualize a feathered creature weighing more than 200 pounds and towering from 6 to 9 feet in height.  Its plumes were worn by...

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The Bulwark

The Bulwark, by Theodore Dreiser   How easy it is for a man’s wealth or his position to compromise his principles. Solon Barnes was a Quaker.  Ardently, he wished to sustain those beliefs and customs which were his by heritage and conviction.  He desired to live by the “Inner Light”...

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