An ordination is always a solemn yet joyful occasion, and participating in these services around the world we envision the thousands of our noble women, young and old, in great cities, and little outposts, who share the burden of the ministry with their husbands.
A PROJECT begun eight years ago to better acquaint people with the Bible has now become a major operation that requires a full-time staff of some twenty-two people serving thousands of students each year.
If we would have happy churches, let the people sing! If we would have victorious and conquering churches, let. the people sing! If we would have churches filled to capacity, let the people sing! If we would have men and women and boys and girls everywhere know of the Saviour and worship Him with spirit and understanding, let the people sing!
One of the greatest problems facing practically every mission field is finding qualified young men who will respond to the call of the ministry. The materialistic atmosphere that permeates the world and creeps into the church is at the very root of the problem.
If Christ did not have inherent sinful propensities such as you and I have, who are the descendants of Adam, how can we say that He was tempted in all points like as we are, as is stated in Hebrews 4:15? Was His temptation really like ours? If not, can He sympathize with our temptations and help us when He has never gone through them?