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Mrs. Meyer is a member of Hope Protestant Reformed Church in Walker, Michigan. “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth” (Gen. 1:1). Familiar words we know so well. But what a blessing it is when we ponder the depths of those words! What a comfort for the child of God to know that his heavenly Father is the Creator of all things. To know that time began in His hands, and time will end in His hands. Yea, to know His grasp is on eternity itself! Every word, every jot, and every tittle is important in Scripture....

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Mrs. Meyer is a member of Hope Protestant Reformed Church in Walker, Michigan. As we have seen in a previ- ous article, “in” is a tittle of a word that is worth our consideration. The supreme object of this little preposition is found, always and ultimately, in only One — Jesus Christ our Lord. It is in Christ that we live and move and have our being. And it is only in Him. This is true for us and for our children. And this has implications for us as we raise our children, for we must be living as those...

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Mrs. Meyer is a wife and mother in the Hope Protestant Reformed Church of Walker, Michigan In previous articles we have attempted to scratch the surface of what it means to live in Christ, including what the implications of this are for us as we live in our homes. For we must live in our families and homes as we indeed are in Christ. This must be evident in our lives, even as a ray of light is evident to our eyes as it reflects off a facet of a gem. And Christ’s work is as a gem! The problem...

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