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    The Morning Star of the Reformation
    03.25.19 | Articles | by Dr. Stephen Nichols

    John Wycliffe has often been called “the Morning Star of the Reformation.” Jan Hus, another pre-Reformation reformer, felt obliged to express his supreme debt to Wycliffe. And though he lived long after Wycliffe’s death, Martin Luther...

      Family Worship Part 4: Conclusion
      12.14.18 | Articles | by J.H. Merle D'Aubigne

      It is precisely because all has changed that we must make haste and raise up the family altar in the midst of families, lest the feeble tie that still holds back these families should be broken, and they drag both Church and State into ruin.

        Family Worship Part 3: Directions
        12.12.18 | Articles | by J.H. Merle D'Aubigne

        So far as it is in your power, let not these exercises of domestic piety be wanting in spirituality, truth, and life; let them not consist merely in reading certain passages, and repeating certain forms of prayer, in which the heart is not concerned.

          Family Worship Part 2: Motives
          12.10.18 | Articles | by J.H. Merle D'Aubigne

          Voyagers on the same vessel converse of the place to which they are going; and will not you, fellow-travelers to an eternal world, speak together of that world, of the route which leads to it, of your fears and your hopes?

            The Duty of Praise and Thanksgiving
            11.21.18 | Articles | by George Whitefield

            Matter for praise and adoration, can never be wanting to creatures redeemed by the blood of the Son of God; and who have such continual scenes of his infinite goodness presented to their view, that were their souls duly affected with a sense of...