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A peculiar incident, these Greeks, at the feast at Jerusalem. That is, if we grasp the true relation of their coming to the feast and their request to see Jesus. We read “And there were certain Greeks among them that came up to worship at the feast (original: who were wont to go up): The same came therefore to Philip. . . . saying, Sir, we would see Jesus.” We do not deem it necessary to elaborate on their coming to the feast as something peculiar, for it was their custom. Nor is it of importance whether they were Greek...

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Mr. Veldman is a member of the Faith Protestant Reformed Church in Jenison, Michigan. People have often in the past expressed to us interest in hearing the story of the Romanian refugee family which is attending our Faith Protestant Reformed Church in Jenison, Michigan. We have always been willing to share that I story with others, because we ourselves have been thrilled by the opportunity given us to have a part not only in this family’s coming to America, but more especially in their becoming members of the Protestant Reformed Churches in this country When therefore we were asked to...

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VIEWS DURING THE THIRD PERIOD (750-1517 A.D.) THE SUPREMACY OF THE POPE, THE DECLINE OF THE PAPACY AND THE AVIGNON EXILE. (A.D. 1294-1377)  The next year, 1325, Lewis suffered a severe defeat from Leopold of Austria, who had entered into a compact to put Charles IV of France on the German throne. He went sol far as to express his readiness, in the compact of Ulm, 1326, to surrender the German crown to Frederick, provided he himself was confirmed in his right to Italy and the imperial dignity. At this juncture Leopold died. 

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