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Beware of Temptation

We as God’s people are living in a physical land of Canaan, a land flowing with milk and honey; a land where nearly every desire can be serviced.  Satan is working as hard as ever, and his temptations especially catch the attention of our generation.  He dangles the movie before our eyes, prods us on […]

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Who Cares What Style They Wear?

Everybody wears clothes.  Everybody wears different kinds of clothes for different reasons.  Teenagers especially like to experiment with the new fashions to be “in.”  But the emphasis put on fashion these days is bad for American teenagers. True, fashion today helps people express themselves—even makes them express their personality.  Certain clothes show how much or […]

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The Biblical Teaching on “Sympathy” (2)

“For in that he himself suffered, being tempted, he is able to succour them that are tempted” Heb. 2:18. “For we have not an high priest which cannot be touched with the feeling of our infirmities, but was in all parts tempted like as we are, yet without sin.”  Heb. 4:15 In our first article […]

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Pleasure in What Pleases God

By nature, young people, we are all part of one human race that it pleased our covenant God to bring into being.  At the Tower of Babel, He did divide that one human race into different nations, tongues and tribes, so that today there are many different nations, tongues and tribes all over this earth. […]

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I.  Specific Principles of Scripture concerning work or vocation. A.  Work is necessary and noble, for God Himself is an ever-active God. 1.  God created man to work, to be active and productive, and not to sit contemplating or be inactive, Genesis 1:28; 2:15. 2.  Man’s fall into sin did not change God’s purpose to […]

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“I Will Not Leave Thee”

God is with us in our sorrows.  There is no pang that rends the heart, I might almost say, not one which disturbs the body, but what Jesus Christ has been with us in it all. Feel you the sorrows of poverty?  He “hath not where to lay His head.” Do you endure the grief […]

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Friendliness and Generosity for God’s Sake

Friendliness, generosity and sympathy are all different ways to be kind and should affect us all in some aspect of our lives as children of God. Kindness was shown to my mother when she was seven years old and her mother was in the hospital with her newly born premature son.  A family friend took […]

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Editor’s Notes: August/September 1990

We want to thank Redlands Protestant Reformed Church Young People’s Society for hosting this year’s convention.  From what I have heard, those who attended enjoyed the good Christian fellowship and discussions.  The planning and actual carrying out of the plans takes many dedicated people who are willing to give of their time and energies for […]

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