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Jesus is Coming

Another year has come and gone, with amazing swiftness. Really, how brief is life. Only a few more days, a few more hours, and again it will be New Year’s Eve. The clocks and sirens all over the world will broad­cast to earth’s inhabitants that they are crossing the threshold of another year—1948 gone forever— […]

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New Year

The old year is past the new year has started. As we start our journey in this New Year let us take the Bible as our guide-book. For it is the only guide­book for our pilgrim journey here below. Let us remember this as we start this New Year in all we do. If we […]

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The Broad and the Narrow Way

“Enter ye in at the straight gate: for wide is the gate and broad is the way that leadeth to destruc­tion, and many there be which go in thereat; because strait is the gate and narrow is the way which leadeth to life, and few there be that find it.”—Matthew 7:13, 14.   The Narrow […]

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John 4:16 – 5:30

LESSON XIV. Jesus and the Samaritan Woman (continued) John 5:16-24 Evoking a Confession of Sin: vss. lfi-18. With these words we have the begin­ning of the second phase of Jesus’ con­versation with her. Go, call thy husband, etc. But didn’t Jesus know about her present, and past conditions? Of course, but this was the sore […]

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Mission Work

As you no doubt recall, John, a member of the Protestant Reform­ed Church, and Jack, of the Chris­tian Reformed Church, had been discussing the correctness of the Protestant Reformed Churches do­ing mission work among the mem­bers of the Christian Reformed Church at Geheim. John had developed the idea that Jerusalem in the Missionary Com­mission of […]

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Should We Give Tithes?

Every once in a while the matter of tithing is brought up in our circles. In this connection the un­dersigned received the following: “Is it my duty as a Christian to tithe? I realize that the New Testament does not tell us in so many words that we should give one-tenth of our income to […]

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In His Steps

In His Steps by Charles M. Sheldon. (The Judson Press, Publishers) This story was written in 1896 and was first published in the Chicago Advance, a religious week­ly, as a serial. The publisher did not know the condition of the copy­right laws and hence the copy­right became defective. As a re­sult, sixteen different publishers in […]

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