What's Right with the Orthodox Presbyterian Church

Every so often I come across something that is written so well and explains some great truth, that I simply want to share it with you and not condense it or give any commentary on it.  Such is the case with this week’s weekly thought.  It is an address given by R. B. Kuiper in 1946.  In this address he covers two main points: 1. Our Church is Broad in the Good Sense of That Term.  2.  Our Church is Narrow in the Good Sense of That Term.

The weekly thought is simply a tool for us to grow in our faith and not for you to merely enjoy some thought or musing by your Pastor.  As all of us are a part of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church, I hope you will take the time to go to this link and learn more about the Church to which you belong:

What’s Right with the Orthodox Presbyterian Church

https://www.opc.org/new_horizons/Kuiper.html

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