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We now must consider the Dower of faith as this comes to manifestation in the great suffering of the people of God in this world. It is difficult to give adequate interpretation of such suffering of the saints. Here we see the “patience of the saints.” There will be such a display in the final and great tribulation; however, such is also the daily and constant experience of the saints. For the sake of God and Christ they are killed all the day long. Principally they, suffer and are hated without a cause.

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[Editor’s Note: On the evening of September 8, at our Hope Protestant Reformed Church, we had a public program in connection with our Seminary Convocation. A small, but attentive audience joined the faculty and student body for this program, led by the Rev. H. Veldman, president of the Theological School Committee. In his capacity as Rector of our school, your editor delivered the convocation address, reproduced below from notes.]

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As To Bible Study Groups  Question  From a Grand Rapids reader I received the following question of a practical nature: “Would you please comment on neighborhood prayer groups and ‘Bible study groups’ held in various homes, involving so-called Bible study, discussion of personal experiences and discussion of personal problems. Thank-you.”

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We now come to consider the faith of Jephthah, the mighty man of valor, in the days of the Judges. We will consider this judge a bit more in depth than we did both Gideon and Samson. He is blazoned on the pages of Scripture in Hebrews 11 as a man of faith, who subdued kingdoms by faith, and yet this man of God is often misunderstood in his greatness and spiritual stature in the days of the shadows. Let us attend to the teaching of Scripture concerning this giant in Israel.

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