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Our subject is a weighty one and it is of extreme importance to come to grips with the Biblical implications of it. The matter here under consideration is prayer, which is the chief part of Christian gratitude when exercised by believers in the midst of this present world. Angels too worship the Lord God before the great white throne day and night; they ever behold the face of our Father in heaven, but their prayers are in a sense qualitatively different from the prayers of the redeemed saints.

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George C. Lubbers is a minister emeritus in the Protestant Reformed Churches. “The River of God is Full of Water” (Gen. 2:10, Psalm 65:9) When one reads Genesis 2:10 there comes to mind a beautiful symbolic picture of heaven’s glory; it is the earthly picture of the heavenly paradise of God. Truly, we have here some indication of what makes paradise the garden of God’s delight: Eden! There is great speech in this “river of God” in the flowing of this river out of Eden to water the garden. We read: “And a river went out of Eden to water the garden;...

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George C. Lubbers is a minister emeritus in the Protestant Reformed Churches. “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” Gen. 1:1 Introduction It has been said by very astute and studious, scholarly saints that he who preaches well on Genesis 1:1 also preaches well on Revelation 22:18-22. He preaches the Alpha and Omega, the Lord God Almighty. He preaches Christ Who is yesterday, today, and forever the same. We heartily agree! Such preaching is the true application of the Reformation principle of the Sola Scriptura. Genesis 1:1 is the revelation of God, the Creator of heaven and earth. It is a basic...

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Chapter XVI “The Church-Age” in Premillennialism (continued) It is the burden of these articles to demonstrate clearly and beyond any doubt that it is contrary to the plain teaching of the prophetic Scriptures to propagate the “doctrine” that it is proper to speak of a “church-age” rather than of confessing that the church is from the beginning to the end of the world, one and the same church, in two different dispensations!

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George C. Lubbers is a minister emeritus in the Protestant Reformed Churches. The Cosmological-Christological Import: The Heavens and the Earth (Genesis 2:4ff.) Then we desire to have a glance into the “heavens,” as the heaven of heavens, Scripture restrains us and bids us to wait a bit. We should never forget that Genesis 1:1reads “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” However, there is not one iota in the entire first chapter of Genesis which speaks of any particulars concerning the creation of the heavens, nor of the creation of the thousands upon thousands, the myriads of angelic...

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