All Articles For Vol 38 Issue 02 10/15/1961

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Now, however, we have obtained conception; and we can realize the truth that is expressed here all the better. Jesus is coming. He has told us how He would come. He would come accompanied by wars and plagues of famine and pestilence. And the nearer He would come, the more emphatically the power of opposition would assert itself. We have learned to see that history is actually carried out so as to point to the coming of the Lord. And therefore we say, “He is coming!” Others may be blind to the fact that the Lord is coming, but we...

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The Protestant Reformation It is over four hundred years ago that Dr. Martin Luther composed his ninety-five theses and nailed them to the door of the castle of Wittenburg. And although Luther himself did not realize this on that October morning, this was, nevertheless the beginning of the Protestant Reformation. This Reformation had its beginning in Luther’s heart. It was a deeply spiritual question that troubled Luther’s heart and mind, the question, namely: how can a man be justified before God? And the answer he found in the epistle of Paul to the Romans: a man is justified by faith,...

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 “Judge me, O Lord; for I have walked in mine integrity: I have trusted also in the Lord; therefore I shall not slide. Examine me, O Lord, and prove me, try my reins, and my heart.” Psalm 26:1, 2 Now that is a foolish thing to do. Whatever or whomever you may attack, never attack innocence. You lose before you start. Whatever you do to virtue returns upon your head a million times over. Because virtue is God. Yet such was the case with David. David was innocent; still he was attacked. And his attackers lost their case. You cannot...

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