Magazines

2015 January-February



Will God Bless You and Your Finances?

  • Roderick C. Meredith (1930-2017)

While millions try to do it "my way" there is a time-tested way, "God's way" that brings untold blessings.

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Prophetic Trends for 2015

  • Richard F. Ames

From wars to pandemics to astronomical marvels, what does God's Word tell us to watch for in the year ahead?

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Independence Scotched?

  • John Meakin

What can we learn from Scotland's failed referendum? What does the future hold for the United Kingdom?

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Let There Be Light

  • William Williams

A simple piece of advice also reveals a principle central to Christian living.

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A Malignant Obsession

  • J. Davy Crockett III

Why are young people flocking, like zombies, to macabre new genres of "entertainment"?

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The Lunch Bucket Theory

  • Charles Knowlton (1927-2013)

In the struggle between labor and management, can both sides come out ahead—together?

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"It Is Well With My Soul"

  • Sheldon Monson

It is easy for us, young or old, to be overcome by our problems. Nevertheless, our attitude is a choice we make, no matter how difficult our circumstances.

Consider the case of Horatio Spafford.  As...

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Parliament and the "Right to Die"?

  • Adam J. West

An ongoing debate continues to brew in the Parliament building of Great Britain in the United Kingdom. It involves the “right to die” and goes back as far as 2006. On July 28, 2014, the House of Lords...

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Study to Avoid Deception!

  • Roderick C. Meredith (1930-2017)

The highly regarded modern philosopher, Søren Kierkegaard, in his Attack Upon Christendom, wrote: “The Christianity of the New Testament simply does not exist. Millions of people through the...

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The Demise of the West

  • Douglas S. Winnail

What lies just ahead for the once-prosperous Western nations that have dominated the world for the last five centuries? Why is the influence of the United States in the world declining? Why has once-...

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"Old Tomorrow"--The Patriot Statesman

  • Stuart Wachowicz

In Kingston, Ontario, at the old Cataraqui Cemetery, one could miss an unpretentious granite marker engraved with a simple inscription: John Alexander MacDonald, 1815–1891, At Rest....

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Questions and Answers

  • Editorial Staff

Observing the Sabbath commandment

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