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Gottschalk – Lone Voice in the Night (4)

Gottschalk lifted his head and straightened his back. He looked out the window of the scriptorium and smiled. Sunlight was coming in. It was time for prayers and it would be a pleasant walk to the chapel. He closed the book he was reading, carefully lifting its ancient pages back into place. “On Man’s Perfection […]

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The Word of God

The Bible is an awesome book, Its pages tell a story; The “new-born babes” may have a look To see Jehovah’s glory. The simple milk of Father’s word The weak may understand, And children young, or young-in-faith, When guided by His hand Are nourished and find pleasure great In learning of His love. They gain […]

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60 Years Ago – Beacon Lights Looks Back

“The Publication Committee of the P.R.Y.P.F. takes great pleasure in introducing the first issue of our new periodical into your midst.” (With these words written ten years ago, the Beacon Lights began its work among the Protestant Reformed young people. And Beacon Lights was organized to serve definite purpose, which was aptly expressed in the first editorial: Beacon Lights purposes […]

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A Reminder – Be Carefree

The new year is upon us. What did you think New Year’s morning? While you waited for the bells and whistles that sounded the beginning of a new year, or while you slept away the waning hours of the old year and slept through the dawning hours of the first day of the new year, […]

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Watching Daily at My Gates

January 2 Read Psalm 26:1-7 Here David asks God to judge his works in his walk of sanctification in this life. When we read through the first five verses, we might think that David is boasting in his own works. But then in verses 6 and 7, we see the reason for the request. David […]

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Instructed to Love and Hate

In Matthew 5:43-48, Christ instructs us to love our neighbor and in Psalm 139:19-24 instructs us to hate those who hate God. Seeing the Bible is inerrant and infallible, how do we reconcile the message in these passages? “Do not, O Lord, I hate those that hate thee?” “But I say unto you, Love your […]

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The Tongue is a Fire

Bullying has become a problem in schools across the country. It is talked about by the news media. Many books are available on the topic. Almost every state has passed anti-bullying laws and many schools are mandated by the state to adopt anti-bullying policies. Despite all this attention and even legislation, bullying continues. As Christian […]

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The Error of the Doctrine of Free Will

In spite of the fact that the doctrine of free will is against Scripture, many churches, including the Roman Catholic Church believe that this doctrine is true. This is not to say that we do not believe that man has a will; man does have a will, but it is sovereignly controlled by God’s will. […]

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Feminism and the Drop-kick of Scripture

A game of football, of sorts, is being played in many churches today. Most people enjoy watching a good game of football, but this particular game is rather disturbing. First, a ball is not used at all. These churches use the Bible instead. And secondly, they kick the Bible so hard it whizzes completely away […]

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