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Happy Shalt Thou Be, And It Shall Be Well With Thee

(September 1997) When we think of the troubles of everyday life, the challenges and the stumbling blocks, then it seems to us that what the psalmist has to say "Happy shalt thou be, and it shall be well with thee" is not appropriate for each moment and for each... more ...

Our Strength

(August 1997) "Blessed is the man whose strength is in thee!" Unfortunately, not all people take this advice from Psalm 84 to their hearts. Instead, they rely on their own strength. In earthly life, it may be possible to build on one's own strength, yet, when it... more ...

Who are we?

(July 1997) When the Lord Jesus entered Jerusalem just a few days before he gave his life in sacrifice, the entire city was in uproar, as we read in the Holy Scriptures. The people in the streets cheered, but they also asked "Who is this?" After the powerful... more ...

Grace upon Grace

(June 1997) The statement of the Apostle John is still and especially valid for God's people today: They receive grace for grace of Jesus' fulness! Fulness is a big supply, a certain abundance, thus a possession passing the amount necessary for life. But... more ...

"... even the sure mercies of David."

(May 1997) In the course of the years, there are many important events, ups and downs, special moments, and memorable experiences in a person's life. And the question arises: what in all these occurrences is most important? For me the answer to this question... more ...

Triumph of God's Love

(April 1997) Good Friday, Easter and Ascension - these three events cannot be separated from each other. The sufferings on Good Friday are followed by the joys of Easter, and only if the resurrected life of Christ is manifest is it possible to celebrate... more ...
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