The Bible Story - Volume IV The Bible Story - Volume IV  -  Chapter 53
Basil Wolverton  -  Ambassador College Publication   -  1964

WALLS OF JERICHO FALL, IT was on the tenth day of the first month (Nisan in the spring not January in the winter) that Israel crossed the Jordan river and made camp in Canaan at a spot called Gilgal. The west border of the camp wasn't much more than a mile from Jericho, a thick-walled city swarm ...

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Brethren & Co-Workers Letter - February 28, 1972 Brethren & Co-Workers Letter - February 28, 1972
Herbert W Armstrong  -  Brethren & Co-Workers Letter   -  February 28, 1972

The shortest month of the year is ending. This most important Work on earth is driving ahead faster than ever. The first telecast on the number one independent TV station in the U.S. WOR-TV, New York, brought a very fine response 786 requests for The PLAIN TRUTH and literature offered. The lates ...

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Can the U.S. Constitution Enforce SUNDAY? Can the U.S. Constitution Enforce SUNDAY?
Herman L Hoeh  -  Good News   -  March 1961

What does the new political trend in America mean? Will separation of Church and State continue? Here is what could happen if God would not intervene! AN OLD controversy has suddenly taken on new meaning with the presidential election of 1960. Here, quoted from the Catholic magazine AMERICA, Feb. 11 ...

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Nearly 11,000 Attend Feast of Tabernacles! Nearly 11,000 Attend Feast of Tabernacles!
Roderick C Meredith  -  Good News   -  November 1961

God's Feast was observed in SEVEN different places around the world! More people than ever attended. And FIVE new churches have been raised up! "THOU shalt observe the feast of tabernacles seven days, after that thou hast gathered in thy corn and thy wine: And thou shalt REJOICE in thy feast. ...

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Hot Weather Food Hints Hot Weather Food Hints
Good News Staff  -  Good News   -  August 1961

At last! - here we begin a monthly series which will be combined finally to form the long-awaited COOK BOOK! Working with our Home Economics Department at Ambassador, under the direction of Mrs. Van der Veer, are Mrs. Mary E. Hegvold of Pasadena, previously Associate Professor of Foods and Nutrition ...

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Herbert W Armstrong  -  Good News   -  June 5, 1978

It is appropriate, at this time, to bring you up-to-date on The Good News. It has had a long history. The Good News was first established in 1933 as a mimeographed monthly paper for members of the Church of God during the days of the OREGON CONFERENCE OF THE CHURCH OF GOD. Thus it antedat ...

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The Bible Story - A Minister For Hire The Bible Story - A Minister For Hire
Basil Wolverton  -  Plain Truth   -  December 1964

The wandering Levite who had come to the home of Micah, an Ephraimite, was warmly welcomed. Micah immediately learned from which tribe the stranger had come and that his name was Jonathan. (Judges 17:5-8.) He had heard that Levites were especially suited to be priests, though he didn't know exactl ...

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SELL TRUE VALUES to Your Children! SELL TRUE VALUES to Your Children!
Ronald D Kelly  -  Plain Truth   -  November-December 1984

In a world filled with temptations, it's important not only to teach your children - but to sell them on a genuine value system. A few days ago in one of my college classes I did something I seldom do - I recommended a currently popular movie. There was not only entertainment value, but significan ...

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Vern L Farrow  -  Plain Truth   -  September 1968

Defiant, rebellious students have turned college campuses into smoldering battlefields on an INTERNATIONAL SCALE! As the new school year begins, educators ask: Why do they do it? We give the answers in this article! Look at what happened to education just this past school year. Dateline Paris: Mobs ...

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Bill Boynansky  -  Plain Truth   -  August 1976

There is sometimes a fine line between failure and success. This warm, inspiring personal story by a well-known N. Y. cartoonist, a victim of arthritis, shows that physical handicaps need not be a deterrent to a productive and rewarding life. In 1927, just after my seventh birthday, the doctor exami ...

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Linda Martens & George P Ritter  -  Plain Truth   -  September 1978

For years we associated the mob with violent ethnic groups, machine-gun massacres, illegal rum runners and concrete-lined coffins. But in the last few years the mob has grown up. Organized crime in America has undergone a radical transformation since the raucous days of Prohibition. Today many a mob ...

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THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK What the Critics Didn't Tell You THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK What the Critics Didn't Tell You
Jeff Calkins  -  Plain Truth   -  October-November 1980

Never have two movies made the kind of deep lasting impression as have Star Wars and its sequel, The Empire Strikes Back. Many viewers have gone back again and again- some literally hundreds of times. People waited - without complaining - for hours in long lines to see Star Wars. And by the time The ...

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By the Way... Are Your Manners Up to a Date? By the Way... Are Your Manners Up to a Date?
Dexter H Faulkner  -  Youth Magazine   -  February 1983

It has been said that if the Titanic sank today, the men would be the first ones to scramble into the lifeboats leaving the women and children with the sinking ship. Are there no gentlemen left? Are the women and young girls doomed to live out their lives being treated as one of the guys? Far too li ...

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WHY Some Fall Away WHY Some Fall Away
Leroy Neff  -  Good News   -  January 1961

Several have cast aside their eternal life just recently. They are headed straight toward the lake of fire! Read this article and avoid the frightening mistakes they have made. HERE is a stern warning for God's Church today. In the last few months some few - just as Jesus prophesied - have fallen ...

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Gerhard O Marx  -  Plain Truth   -  December 1976

Believe it or not, it took the Christian church at Rome over 300 years to begin celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ on December 25, originally a pagan holiday. Only in A.D. 354, under the auspices of Liberius, bishop of Rome, did the city on the Tiber start to observe Christmas. Why did the church ...

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