Vol 26 Issue 06

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Exposition of Ephesians 2:1-4

“And you (did He make alive) when ye were dead through your trespasses and sins, wherein ye once walked according to the course of this world, according to the prince of the powers of the air, of the spirit that now worketh in the sons of disobedience; among whom we also all once lived in the lusts of our flesh, doing the desires of the flesh and of the mind, and were by nature children of wrath, even as the rest.”—Eph. 2:1-4.

Correspondence with the Liberated Churches: An Explanation and An Apology

The undersigned feels that he owes a word of explanation to the readers of the Standard Bearer, the Deputies for Correspondence in the Netherlands, and an apology to two members of the Committee of Correspondence with foreign churches, appointed by our Synod. The two committee members are the brethren Rev. H. Hoeksema and Rev. G. M. Ophoff.

Correspondence with the Liberated Churches: An Explanation and An Apology

The undersigned feels that he owes a word of explanation to the readers of the Standard Bearer, the Deputies for Correspondence in the Netherlands, and an apology to two members of the Committee of Correspondence with foreign churches, appointed by our Synod. The two committee members are the brethren Rev. H. Hoeksema and Rev. G. M. Ophoff.

The Glory of Christ the Heavenly

The Scripture on which we concentrate is the second verse of Isaiah 53. Let us begin reading at verse 1. “Who hath believed our report? And to whom was the arm of the Lord revealed? For he shall grow up before him as a tender plant, and as a root out of a dry ground: he hath no form nor splendor, that we should lock upon him.

The Counsel of God (3)

Our Knowledge of God’s Counsel Important Also From the Viewpoint of Our Knowledge of God.

Translation of Prof. Veenhof’s Letter and Comment

“Esteemed Rev. Hoeksema: May I kindly request you to receive the following article in the Standard Bearer? My hearty thanks.

As To Conditions 7

At the close of our last article we were discussing Canons, chapter I, Rejection of Errors, V. The Arminians, as is plain from that article, presented the entire way of salvation as conditional, and, therefore, as depending on something man must do, on conditions which he must fulfill in order to be saved.

12/15/1949