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April 2005
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My post-midnight meditations have become precious to me. I am even thankful for those circumstances that tend to drive away sleep and yet drive me to the Saviour. Yet I am profoundly aware that such meditations are far from being meticulous studies of God's Word. Perhaps they may be regarded as 'such a secret…

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March 2005
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Post-midnight meditations (2)It is another of those nights when sleep eludes me and I am restless both mentally and physically. The day did not work out as I had planned. One thing after another crowded in upon me, demanding attention and pushing further down the list the things that really mattered. To rub salt…

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February 2005
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It has been another crowded day and very late night and my mind is in turmoil. So much has been pressing in upon me, so many things demanding my attention, that now, in the early hours of the morning, I cannot sleep. What am I to do? Count sheep? Of course not! I recall…

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August 1999
Articles > World Mission > Europe > Eastern Europe > Hungary

Republic of Hungary

Hungary’s ineffective church The nation of Hungary was touched for a while by the Reformation and later by Puritan influence. Centuries later, just after the Second World War, the Lord was pleased to revive his work there. That particular quickening may well have been God’s provision for churches about to face the trauma of…

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