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Date July 4, 2008
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Between May 9th and 19th, 2008, Baruch was the guest of the Arche Pentecostal Church in Hamburg, Germany. Some years ago, the Pastor, Wolfgang Wegert, had tired of the endless sensationalism and the emotional roller coaster cultivated by the Toronto Blessing, Power Evangelism, Benny Hinn, Jongi Cho and the like. He told his wife that […]

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Date June 10, 2008
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What is the use of a prayer meeting? There are many uses. Believers are encouraged and strengthened; the cause of God is maintained; the truth of God is watered after it is sown; and prosperity is rained down through the opened windows of heaven, according to the Lord’s promise. In the beginning of the year […]

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Date May 9, 2008
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A Christian farmer had two small boys named John and Tom. He called into the bedroom to see them before they went to sleep, and he asked them had they prayed. They hadn’t, and one of them – John – complained that he wasn’t feeling well. They said that they didn’t know how to pray. […]

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Date October 19, 2007
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Missionaries in Mali announce that the New Testament is now available in the Maasina Fulfulde language, making the gospel story accessible to more than 1 million Fulfulde Malians who have never seen the Bible written in their native tongue. Fulfulde is spoken in some form in 17 African countries. Numerous dialects make exact communication in […]

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Date December 20, 2006
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“Amazing grace how sweet the sound, that saved a wretch like me 1 was once lost, but now am found, was blind but now I see. ‘Twas grace that taught my heart to fear, and grace my fears relieved: How precious did that grace appear, the hour I first believed. Thro’ many dangers, toils and […]

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Date November 3, 2006
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[On Sunday August 6 old friends from Croydon were in the Aberystwyth congregation. “I’ve just read a lovely obituary of Peter Sayers from Croydon,” I said to them. “That’s my father,” the wife said smiling shyly. Let others have the opportunity to read of a man of God. Geoff Thomas] Peter Henry Sayers, member of […]

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Date August 24, 2006
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I was in business in the retail trade. One Saturday, in conversation with a fellow-trader, he told me of a pair of shops being built in a neighbouring village; that he was going to take one of them, and suggested that the other one would be very suitable for the trade in which I was […]

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Date May 2, 2006
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The following beautiful lines were written by a young woman in Nova Scotia, an invalid for many years with spinal disease, and a great sufferer, but in whom the grace of God was most wonderfully manifested. My life is a wearisome journey,I’m sick with the dust and the heat,The rays of the sun beat upon […]

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Date March 3, 2006
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Lieutenant General Sir William Dobbie (July 12, 1879 – 1964) was an officer of the British Army, who served as the military governor of Malta during World War II. Dobbie was a member of the Plymouth Brethren and was a veteran of the Second Boer War and World War I. He was also the former […]

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Date March 3, 2006
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Contemporary Western culture wants a Jesus who either stays a cute baby in a manger or who grows up to rail against pollution or gun control, big business or labour unions. Absent from contemporary thought is the wonderful and terrible declaration that God, eternal Jehovah, shattered the silence of centuries, rent the heavens, and invaded […]

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Date February 16, 2006
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Theology suffers from neglect in our age. Liberals want social progress. Pietists want “practical holiness.” Church-growth gurus want proper atmosphere. And the doctrine of the atonement has been one of the chief casualties in this war against dogma. But wait a second. What could be more practical, more fit for (biblical) church growth, and more […]

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Date January 17, 2006
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Dr. Fred Malone of First Baptist Church in Clinton, Louisiana says that his church has weathered the hurricane well. They do have branches and trees down all around them. However, the Lord has been very good in protecting the church building itself and the homes of the members of the church. They do not have […]

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Date September 5, 2005
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Readers of Banner books and magazines will be familiar with Walt Chantry both as an author and as the current editor of the Banner of Truth magazine. Walt has also spoken at the Banner ministers’ conferences in the UK and USA, and the Youth Conference in the UK. On July 18, Walt was diagnosed as […]

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Date August 16, 2005
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These are the notes of a Question Meeting held at a Communion Season in Stratherrick in the Scottish Highlands in 1961. The verse, Isaiah 45:22, ‘Look unto Me, and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth: for I am God, and there is none else,‘ was put to the men present and one […]

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Date June 2, 2005
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