Herald of Holiness - August 1, 1984

A red sunrise over water and a poem.
the Artist: I love to watch God paint the dawn/ In scarlet flush and gold;/ I love to watch Him touch the sky/ In colors bright and bold; I love to watch God paint the dusk/ In purple-shadowed gray;/Then leave His name upon it all--/Artist of night and day. --Marion Schoeberlein Elmhurst, Illinois

IN THIS ISSUE:
(Cover) The Artist (a Poem), Marion Schoeberlein
2 Sin – Terrible Enemy, General Superintendent: V. H. Lewis
3 “If He Can Do It for Kiki, He Can Do It for Me”, Jerry Nelson
4 Letters
5 When It Rains – He Pours, Ernest McNaught
6 In Nukes We Trust?, David J. Tarrant
7 I Found My Song (a Poem), Frances B. Erickson
8 Looking Unto Jesus, Mary Lee Cagle
9 Never Too Late, Shirley Wilkerson
10 The Need for Christian Leadership, Bud Reedy
11 Crime Prevention, William Goodman
12 Misrepresenting God’s Word, Richard S. Taylor
13 A Singing Faith, Lyndell Leatherman
14 A Turning Point, Nina McLain
15 The Moving Finger Writes (a Poem), E. Ruth Glover
16 I Don’t Know What to Say, Lois Blanchard Eades
17 Book Brief: The Whole Woman, Faye C. Stowe; Reviewed by Evelyn Stenbock
18 The Editor’s Standpoint, W. E. McCumber
20 By All Means, Mary Lou Coburn
21 In the News
30 News of Religion
31 Answer Corner
35 Late News

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