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might not sin against Thee.” Growth in the Christian life has as its core increased learning of the Word of God as well as the daily experiences that a Christian undergoes. To mark time is to become stag­ nate. God has given us a capacity to grow in wisdom as well as in grace, and this is a life-long process. The problems of the 70’s will not necessarily be solved with the an­ swers learned in the 40’s, 50’s, or ev­ en 60’s. With each new decade there are new problems, and new answers must be sought for those problems. A physician who has not kept pace Page 5

Is your education complete? I hope not! Education is not merely a class­ room function; it is both a privilege and obligation of a lifetime. Peter reminds us in Scripture that we should add to our faith virtue, and to our virtue knowledge. Our knowledge, on the other hand, is ac­ companied by the ability to endure. Paul in I and II Timothy urges the disciple to be ever diligent in the study of God’s Word. In the Old Testament, Psalm 119 places tre­ mendous emphasis upon a growing knowledge of God’s Word: “Thy Word have I hid in mine heart that I

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