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Jun 1999 - Editorial

One of the first evidences of the fall was envy. Cain, the first man to be born a sinner, displayed this dangerous weakness. Envy lay behind his murder of his brother. In contrast to Cain, Christ was the ...

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The Glory Of The House

Beautiful in elevation, the joy of the whole earth, is Mount Zion in the far north, the city of the great King. God, in her palaces, has made Himself known as a stronghold (Ps. 48:2,3). The gem, the crown ...

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Look After Your Heart

'Look after your heart' was the slogan of a health education campaign mounted by the British Government, aimed at making people more aware of heart disease. It may only be comparatively recently that we have been warned about heart ...

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Brutal Racism

The last week of February 1999 brought into high profile two cases of brutal murder, one in Jasper, Texas, and the other in London, UK. The killings had taken place in 1998 and 1993 respectively but it happened that ...

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From Pagan Darkness To Marvellous Light

The Church of God in Corinth is featured prominently in the New Testament scriptures. In considering this Church the words of Romans 5:20 spring to mind '...where sin abounded grace did abound more exceedingly'. For in Paul's day ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-jun-1999-from-pagan-darkness-to-marvellous-light

God As God (Part 3)

Of the names of God in the Old Testament Hebrew, there are three which contain in them the beginnings of the wonderful revelations of God which are to be found in the Scriptures. This month the Hebrew word Jehovah ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-jun-1999-god-as-god-part-3

The Parousia

'Our Lord cometh' is one accepted meaning of the words used as our main title. They are Aramaic words, although spelt in Greek letters. The apostle Paul drew his first letter to the Corinthians to a close (16:22) ...

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