Daring to Be a Daniel Today

Many years ago during the captivity of Judah there lived a man named Daniel. The daringness of him is shown in two parts of the book of Daniel. First when he was still a young man. As we know the Jews were forbidden to eat certain foods. As a good...

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Unknown

As reported in the Grand Rapids Press, Dr. Henry Holstege, professor of sociology at Calvin College, told the fall assembly of the Grand Rapids Council of Churches that we could expect a racial war within the next five years if conditions do not change. He cited several reasons for this,...

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Taming The Tongue

Acknowledgement is given to Rev. Haak from whom some questions were gleaned in his Studies in James booklet. I.  In relation to our God A.  What are God’s purposes in us using our tongues?          1.  I Corinthians 1:18, Acts 8:12          2.  Psalm 19:14, Psalm 106:1, Ephesians 4:15 3....

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Plantings

Henry followed his father to the garden. Last week he helped his father plant a row of peas. Now they would plant some corn and beans together. Henry held the hoe and seeds. “Let’s plant the corn on this end of the garden and the beans over there,” directed his...

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Satan’s Meeting

You may have read The Screwtape Letters by C. S. Lewis. In an attempt to make us more aware of the nature of the temptations we face every day, C. S. Lewis writes an imaginary series of letters between a fledgling demon who is learning the art of deception and...

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