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Take Along Your Tools

If you are going to the convention, put this issue in your suitcase after you have read it because in this issue are contained some important tools that you will find very useful. Without the tools you need, your trip is doomed to fail. You can’t build a house without a hammer and nails. You […]

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The Colorado Spring Retreat — A Summary

The Colorado Spring Retreat was an excellent experience because it was a great time of Christian fellowship and spiritual edification. Monday morning about sixty people registered and we all headed off to go bowling. After bowling we split off into four discussion groups where we discussed being a role model. It was an excellent discussion […]

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Glorified Dust

On the Sixth Day God Created Man—A vessel of dust Lifeless.   God loved He breathes on His creation Breath brings Life.   God makes man a living Soul Image Bearer of His Creator Fellowship and Communion Peace.   Man lusted after knowledge Knowledge of good and evil He fell Death.   Sin wrapped itself […]

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A Child Asked

When she thought about it, Floortje van Kavelen was often surprised by what children asked her, what matters came suddenly up in their small world of imaginations, mixed with words and ideas they had picked up here or there. There were many things they did not yet understand and they kind of worried about them. […]

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The 1,000-Year Period of Revelation 20

Outline on the “Millennium” PRYP Convention, 1999 Introduction. A.  Revelation 20 mentions a period of 1,000 years six times (vv. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7); the Latin-based term for 1,000 years is “millennium.” (This is the only passage of Scripture to mention the millennium.) B.  There are three main explanations of the millennium. […]

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Universal Atonement

The atonement is a crucial truth in the whole of the Reformed faith. It describes what Christ did when he laid down His life for His sheep (John 10). A man’s convictions on the atonement will influence all his beliefs in the matter of salvation including who are saved and how they are saved. The […]

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Martin Bucer (2)

Having looked at Martin Bucer’s history in our first article, how should we remember Martin Bucer? First, we should remember that he was a reformer who diligently, and at times stubbornly, fought for unity in the church. This was a worthy goal. Members of the church should seek to unite, but that unity must be […]

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The Augustine Church Of Brooklands

It took me a while to find out that Brooklands is a small town in the English earldom of Kent, six miles Northeast of Rye. Kent is South of the river Thames, along the North Sea and the Street of Dover. That earldom exists since 1465. The history of Kent is old. Christianity came there […]

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The Storm

Thunder rattled the windows while lightning lit the room with flash after flash of eerie blue light. I pulled my blankets over my head. There was no use in trying to sleep, but maybe the ostrich maneuver would make me feel better. Boo-o-om. That one was close. Tink..plink, tink. Who would throw rocks at my […]

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