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Doubting Thomas and the Passion of Christ

“But Thomas one of the twelve, called Didymus, was not with them when Jesus came. The other disciples therefore said unto him, We have seen the Lord. But he said unto them, Except I shall see in his hands the print of the nails, and put my finger into the print of the nails, and […]

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Teaching Covenant Children To Pray

Andy is a member of Hudsonville Protestant Reformed Church in Hudsonville, Michigan. He wrote this essay for the Protestant Reformed Scholarship. Prayer is necessary for Christians. Prayer is not merely an option for Christians, to be used or not as they see fit. Rather, the Christian man or woman is under a joyful and blessed […]

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Crosses in the Churches

Dear Rev. Laning Here is my question, hopefully you can answer it. In examination of the movie the “Passion of Christ” and the Protestant Reformed stand against it, how, in light of the second commandment, do you view the crosses that we have in several of our churches? Are they a symbol that have a […]

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Rev. Angus Stewart

On October 8, 1973, I was born the second child and oldest son of Ronnie and Lorna Stewart. Shortly thereafter I was baptized in the Church of Ireland. My time in the Church of Ireland left me with two indelible impressions. First, I found church very dull and boring, and indeed it was, for the […]

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Watching Daily At My Gates

 July 1 Read Hebrews 2:1-4 Our meditations this month will center on the miracles of Jesus during His earthly ministry. Commentators have written volumes on definitions and categories of miracles. Miracles abound throughout the entire Scripture and may possibly be defined as an extra-ordinary work of God that is essentially a sign and wonder of […]

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Our Wonderful Treasure

You know, we really have something worth treasuring right at our fingertips. Truly, we do! It’s something truly to be thankful about! It’s unbelievable to even comprehend. Each time that we turn to it, I’m sure that we don’t always note the value of it. It is complete and it is whole. This thing that […]

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Christians in Nigeria

Dr. Peter Hammond, the leader of the Christian Frontline Fellowship in Africa, has been in Nigeria several times and wrote about this country in Frontline Fellowship News (Cape Town). He also gave the pictures for publication. He said that Nigeria is a country of contrasts and conflict. Like Sudan, Nigeria has a Muslim north and […]

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Prayer

When unto Thee we come With heads bowed down in prayer May our first impulse be To glorify Thy holy name— To praise Thee for the fact that Thou art God— In deep humility and awe to see Thy matchless Thy power, Thy glory, mercy, holiness and love— Thy justice, greatness, Thy longsuffering; And may […]

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Puzzling Plants

Plants and grains and fruits and trees, Can you tell their story please? Can you see them all around? How in Scripture are they found? Look up the Scripture references below to find the plant named in the verse and fill in the blanks. When all the plant names are found, assemble the boxed letters […]

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