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Women in the Book of Proverbs

For by means of a whorish woman a man is brought to _____ and the adulteress will hunt for the precious life. Nothing dung a piece of bread poverty But whoso committeth adultery with a woman lacketh understanding: he that doeth it… doth not know his left hand from his right. destroyeth his own soul. […]

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What’s Wrong With Drama?

Perhaps you have heard that drama is wrong. Perhaps you have heard your minister refer to it as something sinful. Perhaps you have grandparents who shake their heads at this form of “entertainment.” Perhaps you have friends who will not watch shows or movies with acting in them. If the school you go to is […]

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We’re Studying Jonah at Hudsonville

As children we have all learned the story of Jonah, and were all amazed by the fact that a big fish swallowed him and he was able to live in the belly of this fish for three days. Now in our Young People’s at Hudsonville PRC we are taking a closer look at this story, […]

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We’re Studying Job at Hope (Redlands)

Why do we, the chosen children of God, have to suffer? When one is afflicted, this question can seem overwhelming. In our young adults society, we are currently studying the book of Job. This book gives a sound example of a man who God brought very low through a multitude of trials and afflictions. Job […]

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Watching Daily At My Gates

April 7 Read Psalm 74:1-11 Israel of old went through many periods of attack and ruin from enemies. Many of these were in response to sins that they had committed both nationally and personally. The church of this day can be under attack as well. Most of the time it is not a physical attack […]

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Video Game Violence (2)

Last month we ended with the words, “players need to stop trifling with salvation, sin and hell; there are eternal consequences involved.” “Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven” (Matt. 7:21). “For rebellion […]

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Text Message From Our Covenant Friend

The bell rings for the end of class, and before the last tones are absorbed by the sounds of happy students free from the classroom, a number of students have made a beeline to their locker to check their phone for a text message or other form of communication from their network of friends or […]

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Robinson Crusoe’s Spiritual Journey

Robison Crusoe was written by Daniel Defoe in 1719. It tells the story of the life of Robinson Crusoe, a man born to middle-life society. He forsook this way of life and sought to gain riches by becoming a sailor, exploring the seas by boat. He ended up shipwrecked on an island near the Mouth of […]

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Our Children’s Education – A Covenant Necessity (2)

The Nature of Education in Singapore Although minute in land mass and population, Singapore has renowned acclaim for its education system. Countries worldwide have applauded the government’s efforts in establishing a strong and effective system which has been the backbone of the nation’s economic prosperity. The education system has been responsible for training productive citizens […]

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Letter From the Fed Board

Dear Young People’s Societies (and supporters): I just wanted to give you a quick update on some of the things that your Federation Board is up to right now. One of the most important (and most enjoyable) aspects of the Fed Board’s work is the oversight of our magazine, Beacon Lights. I am happy to report […]

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Gottschalk – Lone Voice in the Night (7)

…We send to you this vagabond monk, in order that you may shut him up in his convent, and prevent him from spreading his false, heretical, and scandalous doctrine. Rabanus Maurus, Archbishop of Mainz Hincmar, the bishop of Rheims, read the letter that came along with the heretic standing before him. Guards stood on either […]

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