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Knowledge and Reverence

“According to thy name, O God, so is thy praise unto the ends of the earth.” (Psalm 48:10). “Wherever God becomes known, his powers cannot fail to be manifested; might, goodness, wisdom, righteousness, mercy, truth – these should captivate us with wonderment for Him, and impel us to celebrate His praise.” These are the words […]

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Nothing Is Unimportant

Julie Walker had suddenly lost her job as a secretary of the manager of a warehouse which had gone bankrupt. The local economy was not doing very well in the town where she lived with her parents and younger sisters, so during a fortnight she tried in vain to find a similar job. She was […]

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In Everything Give Thanks!

Once a year on “Thanksgiving Day” is not the idea of the title. Our duty of thanks is not fulfilled only on this past October 12 for our young people in Canada, nor is it fulfilled only on November 26 for our young people in the United States of America. That Word of God sums […]

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Automation

Indeed it’s nice To push a button on some device, And then you see, Things go quite automatically The robot brain, Can work out problems hard or plain, While we just sit And watch the gadget do its bit.   But ‘tis not so— We can’t just push buttons and just grow In spiritual zest, […]

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The Calling of a Young Wife (3)

As we have seen from Titus 2:4,5, the young wives must be taught to love their husbands and children. That love comes to concrete expression by their being discreet, chaste, keepers at home, good. But there is one other thing that young wives must be taught. Obedient to Their Husbands The older women must teach […]

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The Basket of Flowers

The Basket of Flowers is a Christian novel that is 177 pages long. The book was originally written in French. It takes place somewhere in Europe probably in the 1500 or 1600’s. The original author and publication date is unknown. It was republished in 1996 by SAT Publications and can be ordered through Trinity Book […]

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Psalter 190 – Trustful Entreaty and Praise

We come to a Psalter number that puts our focus on trusting in God in all our life. There are many of these in the Psalter as it seems we need frequent reminders to put our trust in God and not ourselves. The first stanza of this versification of Psalm 71 has us put our […]

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The Song of Zion

A Psalter-Psalm Devotional of Praise to Our Sovereign Covenant God  November 1 Read Psalm 73:1-12 Psalm 73:1-2 This Psalm is an excellent one for the child of God to use when in despair. Asaph asks the age old question concerning the well-being of God’s people. It appeared to him that God had forsaken him. He […]

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Confession of Faith (4)

Reprinted from the Standard Bearer Vol. 63 pp. 305-307 Have you resolved by the grace of God to adhere to this doctrine; to reject all heresies repugnant thereto and to lead a new, godly life?” Last time we dealt with the first question asked of those who make public confession of faith. We saw that […]

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