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Marriage in the Lord

As young people, we are faced with many deci­sions which will affect the rest of our lives. We must decide where or whether to continue our education, what career to pursue, and whom to marry. This last item, whom to marry, is one of the most important decisions we will ever make. The person that […]

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Watching Daily at My Gates

January 1 Psalm 90:1-9               Is Jehovah your dwelling place, young people?  Many times I have seen this confessed by an elderly saint, but not with just their mouths but with their lives.  A dwelling place is a home.  Are you at home with Jehovah?  As a dwelling place Jehovah is secure.  He will not be […]

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Tuning Our Gereformeerd Voerhoren

The Dutch had an interesting description for those in the church who were very sensitive to doctrinal issues.  Such people were said to have Gereformeerd Voerhoren.  “Gereformeerd Voerhoren” means “Reformed Antennae.” You might want to ask your parents how to pronounce this if they know any Dutch.  If not, just remember that “V” in Dutch […]

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The Faith of God Restored

Before embarking into my thesis on “faith,” I want to take this opportunity to introduce myself.  For approximately thirty years I was employed in the computer field, most of which were in managerial positions, followed by six years as a Baptist preacher.  During my pastorate I was caring for an elderly father who was much […]

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The Christian Soldier

“Prayer is but another way of receiving sustenance and strength and vigour and power.  Prayer not only means petitions; prayer means, primarily, communion and fellowship with God.  Christ says: “Behold, I stand at the door and knock: if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will […]

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Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth

What does “rightly dividing the word of truth” mean to us young people of the church?  This text in II Timothy 2:15 is not easy to understand for us relatively immature believers who need direction and guidance. In an attempt to unravel this subject, let’s begin by asking what place the Bible has in our […]

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Not Growing Old

“They say that I am growing old, I’ve heard them tell it times untold, In language plain and bold – But I’m NOT growing old. This frail old shell in which I dwell Is growing old, I know full well – But I am not the shell.   What if my hair is turning gray? […]

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Not a Suggestion, But a Command

“And Jesus came and spake unto them saying, All power is given me in heaven and in earth.  Go ye therefore, and teach all nations.”  Matt. 28:18, 19a “Go ye.”  These two words of Jesus tell us exactly what we must do.  They are so simple that everyone that reads can understand them.  Ever since […]

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