It is true that the man of God must "reprove, rebuke, exhort," but that is only part of the apostolic admonition. These things are to be done "with all longsuffering and doctrine" (2 Tim. 4:2). In the R.S.V. the words are rendered "be unfailing in patience and in teaching."
The one hundredth psalm is a beautiful poem that climaxes six consecutive psalms of thanksgiving. In this poem all peoples of earth, friendly and hostile alike, are invited to join Israel in offering thankful praises to God for His abundant mercies and blessings.
Tucked away in Paul's Second Epistle to Timothy, as translated by J. B. Phillips, is a message that should burn its way into the thinking of every Seventh-day Adventist worker. It is a message especially for us who lead God's people in these last days.
It is not difficult for a minister to understand the value and importance of wide reading. After all, sermon writing is a responsibility that is ever with him and which the conscientious minister takes seriously. Less understood, often, is the importance of culture in the fields of music and art.
One wonders what the Advent Movement is coming to when the call to service is weighed and considered on the basis of the fringe benefits that go with the job. Would it not create the right atmosphere for a genuine revival of gospel service if we could recapture the right spirit of laboring for Christ? What did He offer His disciples?
After a night on the Mount of Olives, Jesus came to the Temple to teach the people. It was to be a busy day.
Although Jesus made sure that men understood His divinity and oneness with God, there are countless millions who through the ages have denied this.
Adventist ministers and teachers in the Middle East enjoyed a special emphasis this summer on the study of evangelistic procedures and the Bible in the light of archeology. The experience was one that will long be remembered and appreciated.
The dedication of a church is always a most inspirational and joyous hour. Understandably, the pastor is eager to develop a dignified, meaningful service worthy of the occasion.
THE story of the Cairo Center is a story of the miraculous love and power of the Lord. Christian leaders of both Orthodox and Protestant denominations have been amazed to learn that Seventh-day Adventists received permission to build such an institution on one of the city's main squares.
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It is a significant fact that the only time Christ gave a command to understand a specific Old Testament prophecy He placed His finger upon Daniel 8:9-14. Not only so, but the two chief writers of the New Testament, Paul and John, by allusion to this same prophecy reinforced their Lord's admonition.
Why is it on the testimony of administrators and leading evangelists that the number of singing evangelists is constantly dwindling? Is there a reason why each year those who are talented in this line are seeking and accepting other work within the ranks of the organization? It would be folly for me to think that I have the answer, but I would like to share some of my convictions.
This article will deal with the workers of the Hinsdale Sanitarium and Hospital at Hinsdale, Illinois. This institution is bearing strong witness for the truth. It seems appropriate that a report should go out to the readers of the Ministry magazine, giving a brief resume of what is actually being accomplished by way of evangelism.
Quakerism has made distinctive contributions to Christian thought. Its women were spiritually inclined, domestically skilled, and had courage like steel. In fact, the tenacity of Quaker women made history.
The American Episcopal church is a self-governing branch of the Anglican Communion. At the 1930 Lambeth Conference it was declared as a "Fellowship within the one, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church ... in communion with the See of Canterbury."