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Welcome to the 46th issue of Salt Shakers!

Dear Readers,

Welcome to another issue of the Salt Shakers!

This issue comes at the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. CERC celebrated this momentous event through a Reformation Day Conference on 11th November. We hope that through this conference, many more will come to know the precious Reformed faith, and that those who know it will be strengthened in their commitment to it. Through the Reformation of 1517, God worked a miracle in His church. He removed much of the wickedness that was present in His church, and raised up godly and faithful men to reform His church, restoring it to the paths of Scripture.

Jonathan Langerak Jr., who recently graduated from the Protestant Reformed Seminary and is now a candidate for the ministry, writes for us in his piece Speaking the Truth in Love and Boldness. In this article, he carefully explains what it means to speak the truth with both love and boldness, while drawing lessons from the great reformer, Martin Luther. Out of love for the truth, and the God of truth, Luther spoke the truth boldly. He defended it over against the enemies of the truth, who sought to silence it by every means possible.

Jemima Joy, who is now married to Deacon Cornelius Boon, gives an interview to share her ecclesiastical and personal history. In it, she traces some of the problems that plagued her previous churches, and why she was compelled to leave to seek a church that was faithful to the Scriptures.

In the article A Difficult Way, Daniel Tang expounds the words of Prov. 13:5, “Good understanding giveth favour: but the way of transgressors is hard”. He explains how and why the way of the wicked is not easy, but in fact difficult from Scripture’s viewpoint. Only the way of obedience, that is, the way of Christ, is easy. And that is why believers are called always to walk in that path.

We hope that through the Salt Shakers, the Reformed faith continues to be a faithful witness to all our readers so that they are strengthened in their knowledge and zeal for the truth.

Blessings,
Aaron

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