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The subject of the repentance of God has always been considered one of the more or less difficult subjects found upon the pages of the divinely inspired Scriptures. Consequently, much has been written in an attempt to arrive at a clear understanding of what Scripture means when it speaks of repentance on the part of God. In the treatment of the subject at hand, it is first of all necessary for us to determine who and what God is concerning whom the Scriptures tell us that He repents. Turning to God’s own revelation, the Bible, we find that there God...

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To the person who is at all acquainted with doctrinal controversies that have arisen in the past, the above subject is familiar. He will recognize it as being the topic of much discussion and deliberation in the sphere of Reformed circles especially during the years 1919-1920. At that time, it will be remembered, the well-known Dr. Janssen was accused, among other things, of exposing heretical views concerning the miracles which took place at the time of the Old Testament dispensation. He maintained, for instance, that the fall of the walls of Jericho was to be ascribed, not chiefly to a...

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Today, no doubt, there is hardly a Christian home that is not furnished with a radio. Many of the modern inventions of our age have become practically a necessity rather than a luxury. And why should not the Christian too make use of these inventions.Is it not his calling to use the things of this world to the praise and honor of his God? It surely is. However, as with everything the Christian does, so, too, the use of the radio may be a means whereby the Christian, who has yet but a small beginning of the new life of...

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Very fitting it is for the Christian that occasionally his attention is called to terms found in the Scriptures which are more or less difficult for him to define and understand. Undoubtedly the term “soul” as it appears in Holy Writ is one which frequently causes some difficulty. To determine the meaning of the term “soul” as it is found in the New Testament, we turn to the original Greek, and find that there the word pseuceh is generally employed to express what in English is called “soul”. The word means “to breathe, blow”, and refers in some instances to...

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