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The world is full of enmity. When will the enmities of men be destroyed which have been brought into being in the present war? The enmity of the orphan child will grow with its years as it thinks of the ...

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God's remnant people must be on their guard against voices from "without if they are to maintain the position which through divine grace they occupy. The challenge in Eden came from "the without." The serpent was a beast of the ...

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Last month we referred to the matters of "within" and "without" which are illustrated by the garden that God planted in Eden, and the field, which is the world, that lay without. A garden means a place enclosed by ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-dec-1944-jottings

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It may be that it is by design and not a coincidence that the word love is first found in the Scriptures in Genesis 22. in association with the fatherhood and sonship of Abraham and Isaac. It is found in ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-mar-1936-jottings

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"He passed by on the other side"; with such words the Lord portrayed the action of the priest in that delightful picture in words of the Good Samaritan. The story is a dissertation on life; and life in Divine reckoning ...

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The first miracle of Elisha may be taken as indicating the character of the ministry of this great prophet of the Lord to the ten tribes, just as the first miracle of the Lord shows that He had come as ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-sept-1936-jottings

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The words of Luke in Acts 27. 13-" supposing that they had obtained their purpose," have been running almost continuously through my mind yesterday and to-day. These words occur in the story of Paul's shipwreck. The purpose referred to was ...

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While making my way on a Lord's day morning recently to the meeting of the assembly, at the corner of a street I noticed that one of the street lamps had not been extinguished. The sun was shining brilliantly, putting ...

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What a beautiful creature man would be but for sin! so loving and loveable, pure in thought and innocent in nature, kind and compassionate, meek and humble; but with the entrance of sin every iniquitous pestilence beset the soul of ...

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It is the fashion of the world to-day to "set at nought dominion, and rail at dignities" insubjection and lawlessness have swept over the nations like the floodtide, and changes have taken place which are not for the better but ...

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