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A Christian View of Recreation

When Christians want to know about how they may please God in a certain area of life, there are two places they can go for guidance—the moral law and the life of Christ. Despite what we might initially think, those two sources have much to say on the subject of recreation. All areas of our […]

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A Poem of Reassurance

We are all on a journey, some times quite narrow, But pray to the Lord, for He watches the sparrow. Constantly distracted and pulled to the side, We can’t sit back, this isn’t a pleasure ride. God is our Father, to Him give the glory, Trust in Him and we won’t have to worry. Though […]

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Biblical Marriage (3)

This article is adapted for young people from a speech given for Holland Protestant Reformed Church’s Evangelism Committee.   How do Christians behave to make marriage last? Young people, pastors know too many things that ruin marriages. Every minister and elder in our churches has seen so much sorrow in marriages, so much dishonor of […]

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Diversity and the Church

It is estimated that between 5 and 30 million different species of organisms now live on earth. What a tremendous variety of living things! In our life time we see only the smallest fraction of all living creatures. We can hardly imagine where all the varieties of creatures could live. For one thing, many organisms […]

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In Dordrecht

The city of Dordrecht in The Netherlands at the river the Merwede, is one of the oldest of the country, officially founded in 1220 by Duke William I. The first divine service of the young reformed church was on June 25,1572. The following year Prince William of Orange came to have the Holy Supper with […]

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Lost – A Thinking Cap (1)

Recently, one of our staff did some extra work and obtained a very interesting article. It was the address given at the second annual convention of Young Men’ s Societies in 1921, and quite pertinent for today. It is reprinted from “The Young Calvinist,” published by the American Federation of Reformed Young Men’s Societies, and […]

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The Rainbow

Plink. Plunk. Plink-plink-plunk. Droplets of water began to splash onto the creek and Grandpa pulled his fisherman’s hat down over his ears. Becky and Chad ran for their jackets and quickly put them on. “I didn’t think it would rain. It’s still sunny!” exclaimed Becky. “Will the fish still bite if it’s raining, Grandpa?” “Oh, […]

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The Young Baker

Bill Powell was not only a baker with his own business, but a couple of hours every day he also worked as a waiter, in the restaurant of his parents, at the other end of the street. Many people thought that he had such a busy life and so would not have time to think […]

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