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Time And Change

Are busy ever. How true it is as we look round about us. Not so long ago the trees stood newly adorned with young buds and fresh leaves, the verdant fields were alive with the cheery voice of the birds.  The summer season was at hand and many seasonal church activities were drawing to a […]

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A United Heart

Fifth Column, that veiled underling of treachery, has slain more than one country in the past years.  We have witnessed the fall of more than one country in the past few years, the direct cause of which was division.  Division in a country prepares it for destruction.  Division is just that horrible in the church […]

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Seed Carriers

“In the garden more grows than the gardener sows.” This old proverb is very painfully obvious if we but look in our own gardens.  Have you ever wondered, while weeding the garden or lawn, where all the weed seeds came from? Perhaps you have been surprised to discover the various types of plants growing in […]

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Stalingrad

At the time of this writing, Stalingrad has withstood thirty days of constant and destructive siege.  The big question that almost everyone is asking is, “Will the Russians be able to hold the city?” and “How long will they be able to continue in the face of such a terrible assault?” Whether or not Stalingrad […]

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Potpourri

A short but to-the-point contribution entitled “…..AND FAMILY”, signed by Bernard T. Haan, is found in the August, 1942 issue of the “Young Calvinist”.  It deals with a problem that is painfully evident in many of our church services. To let the article speak for itself, we quote the following portions: “What a contrary and […]

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Hebrews 11

Outline 1 INTRODUCTION 1st week of October             The material of our Bible outlines for the coming season deals with the impelling and challenging chapter of Hebrews 11.  The present outline is of an introductory nature, and will consist largely of information regarding the background and setting of this chapter, material that ought to be […]

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Time And Change

Are busy ever. How true it is as we look round about us. Not so long ago the trees stood newly adorned with young buds and fresh leaves, the verdant fields were alive with the cheery voice of the birds. The summer season was at hand and many seasonal church activities were drawing to a […]

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Seed Carriers

“In the garden more grows than the gardener sows.” This old proverb is very painfully obvious if we but look in our own gardens. Have you ever wondered, while weeding the garden or lawn, where all the weed seeds came from? Perhaps you have been surprised to discover the various types of plants growing in […]

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Potpourri

A short but to-the-point contribution entitled “…..AND FAMILY”, signed by Bernard T. Haan, is found in the August, 1942 issue of the “Young Calvinist”. It deals with a problem that is painfully evident in many of our church services. To let the article speak for itself, we quote the following portions: “What a contrary and […]

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From the Editors Desk

ALL CONTRIBUTORS PLEASE NOTICE: All material for Beacon Lights must be in on or before the 15th of the month preceding date of issue. Send all material to our new managing editor:- Mr. D. Vander Wal, 1100 Sigsbee St., S.E. Grand Rapids, Michigan. Kindly cooperate so that our magazine may be printed on schedule. SOLDIERS! […]

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