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Fellowship with God

The truth concerning man’s relation with God is one which deserves our attention and our understanding. Nothing can be more important than one’s standing before God. It is very literally a mat­ter of life and death. There is a relationship of fellowship between God and His people. That relationship has…

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Family Worship

The origin of family worship is very beautifully described in Genesis, the book of Beginnings. The Covenant People were a family and divine worship was family worship. Hence, as the Book of Beginnings describes the beginning of heaven and earth, it also depicts the beginning of that blessed relation of…

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The Manna

Having delivered the people of Israel from their Egyptian bondage, the Lord led them into a region of deserts, waterless tablelands, barren mountain chains and valleys where streams ran dry—the Sinai Peninsula. By bringing them into this trackless wilderness, the Lord took from them every natural resource and in particular…

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Pacifism

The largest body of waiter up this globe of ours has been misnamed “The Pacific Ocean’’. It received this name from the explorer, Magellan, to describe its quiet, peaceful nature; for its surface was very calm and peaceful when for the first time he looked out over its surface. Comparing…

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The Criterion of a Miracle

The Criterion of a Miracle In treating a subject involving the conception of a “.miracle we are immediately confronted with an extremely difficult and much debated problem. Not only has the subject been heatedly debated between the rationalist and the believing theologian, tut also Biblical theologians have struggled long and…

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Our House of God

Always the subject of the Christian’s hope is an important one, but especially in times like the present it should have special interest for the believer. Our times are characterized by turmoil and confusion in the world. The outlook, from a worldly viewpoint, is hardly inspiring confidence for the future.…

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Common Grace (2)

According to Van Til, the Christian and the non-Christian philosopher stand opposed to each other, not only in their conception and interpretation of facts, but also in their conception of “law”: “abstract and impersonal” or “God-interpreted law”. And back of these, they stand opposed to each other in regard to…

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