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Scholarship Fund Article – Teacher

As Christians we are called to be prophets, priests and kings.  As Christian school teachers we are called to be servants.  As teachers it is also our calling to be leaders.  But how do we do this?  How can we be prophets, priests and kings yet servants?  How can we be leaders and also serve […]

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Scholarship Fund Article – Minister

What a tremendous example we have placed before us!  Our Lord Jesus Christ, Who is very God of very God, Who came into our flesh, Who gave Himself willingly for our sakes, Who died that we might live, now reigns over the Church as its head.  We have Him held before us as an example […]

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Love Shown in Friendship

Proverbs 17:17 reads, “A friend loveth at all times and a brother is born for adversity.”  What does this mean to the child of God?  Brothers don’t get along well.  But friends love at all times.  They don’t fight.  They love each other and desire to be together. Love is one of the many virtues […]

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Letter 4 – Outline of Ecclesiastes

It took days and days of concentrated study to be able to work out a good outline of Ecclesiastes.  I copied every outline from my six commentaries and was unsatisfied with any of them.  I tried to get a fairly accurate outline before my in-depth study just as a beginning and then revised this outline […]

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Editor’s Notes: April 1990

Prof. H. Hanko continues his series of articles prepared for his formal thesis about the history of the Janssen Case.  Studying these articles has shown how our God has brought to existence our own Protestant Reformed Churches.  In this issue you will find out what the Synod of 1922 decided in regards to the teachings […]

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Christians and the 20th Century Mars Hill

ACTS 17.  Paul stood on Mars Hill and preached to two groups:  the Epicureans and the Stoicks. The Epicureans were the materialists of the first century and the Stoicks were the mystics.  The Epicureans said “all is matter” and the Stoicks said “all is mind.”  The Epicureans said “there is no God at all” and […]

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April Showers

You’ve all heard the saying, “April showers bring May flowers,” right?  Well, what does it really mean?  To me it means not only what it says literally – flowers will bloom after the rain – but something further:  the rain and bad weather won’t last forever; be patient and look on the bright side.  Soon […]

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