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Watching Daily At My Gates

“A Psalter–Psalm Devotional of Praise to Our Sovereign Covenant God” May 1-15 in the April issue May 16 Psalm 18:31-34; Psalter 35:5 For who is God? Who is the creator of all things? Who is almighty? Who is a strong rock to uphold confidence? Who directs the wind and storms? Who has power to turn the […]

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Storms

When lightnings blaze and thunders crash Thy white-hot anger speaks With fury unsurpassed, Resounding, crackling shrieks. I watch in awe as skies are rent, Thy dreadful power is shown; Thy wrath against all those Who hate Thee: God alone. And midst the howling clamor I feel peaceful and secure; Thy awesome power: my shield, My […]

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Current Events

San Francisco is the place where “The United Nations Conference on International Organization” is being held. This meeting makes the news today. With Germany in her death throes, delegates of 46 nations of the world, representing four-fifths of the world’s population and nine-tenths of the land area of the world, are met here to erect […]

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Dear Editor, Many of our readers have told me how much they are enjoying the memoir of Rev. C. Hanko These comments are much appreciated. However, I thought it might be helpful to clarify some matters. First of all, it’s important to remember that a memoir is by nature autobiographical. Rev. Hanko wrote at least three […]

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Beacon Lights Scanning Project

The scanning of all the past issues of Beacon Lights is going well. At this time, about 10% have been scanned and available in PDF files. We plan to make these available soon along with a MS Excel index on the Faith Christian School website: randolphfcs.org. The website has not yet been developed for Faith, and we […]

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A Turn of Events: From Chaos to Comfort (3)

Caspar Olevianus was a boy born into a wealthy family in the city of Treves, a stronghold of the Roman Catholic Church. His father was head of a baker’s guild, and in the 1500s if parents had money, they sent their children to school. Caspar was sent to many schools—many Catholic schools. One day at […]

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5 May 1945

The fifth day of May has special significance in The Netherlands because the liberation of the Nazi armies from Germany was a fact in 1945, after five year of occupation, terror, slavery and hunger The Allied Forces came and an armistice was signed. Military bands marched through the streets; some of them came back several […]

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