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The Imperative Requirement of Fellowship with Christ

“If I wash thee not, thou hast no part with Me.” (John 13:8)

It was the last hours of our Lord’s ministry. Within twenty-four hours He would be in the tomb. It was His final discourse to His disciples before His death, which was His highest self-revelation in speech, even as the Cross is His most perfect revelation in act. John thirteen to seventeen has been well called the Holy of Holies of the New Testament.

"Stand Fast in the Faith"

"Watch ye, stand fast in the faith, quit you like men, be strong. Let all your things be done with charity" (1 Cor. 16:13, 14).

Herein lies the key to victorious and fruitful service. What was needful for the Corinthians to serve the Lord aright is also required of us. We should give careful heed to these brief, yet blessed, commands.

The Bible: The Book of Jesus Christ

[The following article, written by Dr. William Evans, briefly describes the role the Holy Scriptures should play in the life of the church and of individual Christians today. When so many people—believers and unbelievers—are undermining the importance and sufficiency of God's Word, it is more important than ever that true believers hold a high view of the Bible.]

"Be Not Moved Away"

We live in a world characterized by turmoil and confusion. Everything seems to be in a state of flux. In the secular realm, the rapid changes that have taken place during this century in the fields of transportation, communication, science, medicine, education, etc., which were at first thought to be great leaps forward for the human race, have turned out to be the cause of new problems rather than an answer to the old ones.

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