Monthly Archives: May 2007

The Real Thing – Ingimar DeRidder

There is a big difference between what we call right and what we call rites. One is empty, and the other is teeming with life. The shelf life of a loaf of bread is not very long. Manna was good … Continue reading

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Epaphras: A Man of Fervent Prayer – Gordon Franz

Introduction What kind of reputation does each of us have in our local church? Are we known as a person who knows the Word of God and can teach it? Or, are we known as a person of prayer? Or, … Continue reading

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Song of Solomon 1 – Ken Hardisty

In beginning a series of devotionals for the chapel web site my thoughts went immediately to Song of Solomon. A few months ago I spoke on this wonderful portion of scripture to the men at the men’s retreat. I have … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the Church – article sent to Ernest G. Haines

The letter at the head of this article is self-explanatory. Surely the truths that led our aged brother to associate himself with those who meet in simplicity toward Christ over 65 years ago, the truths that he expressed in his … Continue reading

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