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School Opening

We want to extend our praise to God for bringing us this far and blessing us in ways we are still discovering. Also we want to thank our local officials who have extended so much support and guidance. We also want to thank each of you who have supported this project and kept us in prayer.            ...

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Trip to Pilokee

A big wind storm came up as we were preparing to cross the lake, but we safely made our trip and enjoyed a visit to this village. We were hosted by a wonderful family and were invited to preach for one of the Sunday morning services at the Baptist church. Enjoy the pics!      ...

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Successful School Registration

Thank you to everyone who has helped and prayed for this project! The school registration has been successfully completed. It is a two year process that was completed in months. So we are very thankful to God for His blessing on this. There is still so much more to do. However, this is an important step for the project. We have a opening with all of our local officials and soldiers in a few days. Then registration will follow shortly for...

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Christ – the Burden-bearer. The time of preparation is now.

Chapter five contains a partial enumeration of the blessings which are fruits of such a faith as that portrayed in chapter four. It shows the Christian development of the life of any one who has the faith of Abraham. Two words form the keynote of the chapter—much more. If you have the glory, the patience, or the Christian experience spoken of in this, or any other chapter, know that God has them in store, and is willing to give much more,...

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Abraham — further illustrations of the gospel. By E.J. Waggoner

[dropcap2]I[/dropcap2]n the fourth chapter of the book of Romans we have faith in a concrete form. The narrative of the lives of Abraham and Sarai, in connection with the birth of Isaac, furnish a practical example of justification by faith. Abraham was not justified by works; but he believed God, and it was counted unto him for righteousness. Abraham received the seal of circumcision. Why? To cause him to believe? No, but because he had...

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History of the Sabbath and the First Day of the Week – Ch. 12, by J.N. Andrews

  CHAPTER 12.  EARLY APOSTASY IN THE CHURCH General purity of the apostolic churches – Early decline of their piety – False teachers arose in the church immediately after the apostles – The great Romish apostasy began before the death of Paul – An evil thing not rendered good by beginning in the apostolic age – How to decide between truth and error – Age cannot change the fables of men into the...

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Abraham — an illustration of righteousness by faith. Life, righteousness, inheritance — gifts of God. By E.J. Waggoner

[dropcap2]T[/dropcap2]he principles laid down in preceding lessons cause us to wonder that any should ever suppose that the doctrine of justification by faith is going to lower the law of God. Justification carries the law on the face of it. The only danger is in not getting it. It establishes the law in the heart. Justification is the law incarnate in Christ, put into the man, so it is incarnate in the man. The third chapter presents the...

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