"Christians And The Internet" newsletter
CATI, Vol. 4 No. 9:  November 1, 2003
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. WESTMINSTER SEMINARY BOOKSTORE RE-OPENS ON-LINE BIG-TIME!
2. TRINITY HYMNAL: ALPHABETICAL INDEX BY FIRST LINE: N - Z
3. HOMEMAKING: WHO IS THE FLY LADY AND IS SHE A CHRISTIAN?
4. MY NAPARC-PLUS CHURCH DIRECTORY: BRITISH COLUMBIA
5. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: INFORMATION ON CATI NEWSLETTER
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Copyright (C) 2003 by Barry Traver, All Rights Reserved.  See
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1. WESTMINSTER SEMINARY BOOKSTORE RE-OPENS ON-LINE BIG-TIME!

The sign at http://www.wts.edu/bookstore/ said this until
today:  "To Allow for the Components Which Will Offer You
Higher Levels of Service, the Online Bookstore Will Not Open
Until November 1, 2003" (the day after Reformation Day).
Well, November 1, 2003 has arrived, and so have the bargains!
(I've always considered better prices to be part of "Higher
Levels of Service."  Haven't you?)

In certain instances, quantities may be limited, so if you're
after something in particular, you should order it at once.
Cost of shipping is $5, regardless of how much you order, so
instead of putting in separate orders, you will save even
more money by combining everything into one order.

"WTSBOOK" is what you want to remember.  You'll find it in the
Web address - which is http://wtsbook.com - and you'll find it
in the toll-free phone number for ordering - 1-888-WTSBOOK.

What sort of bargains are being offered?  Well, one item
that may be of interest to many CATI subscribers is the
Spirit of the Reformation Study Bible.  You'll find it in
various editions.  Here it is in black top grain leather
at $40.00 (retail price $79.99):

  http://store.yahoo.net/wtsbooks/0310923638.html

Or you can get it in black bonded leather or burgundy bonded
leather for $35.00 (retail $69.95):

  http://store.yahoo.net/wtsbooks/031092362x.html (black)

  http://store.yahoo.net/wtsbooks/0310923611.html (burgundy)

Or you can get it in a regular hardcover edition for $20.00
(retail $39.95):

  http://store.yahoo.net/wtsbooks/0310923603.html

That's essentially half-price, give or take a ha'penny!

What is the Spirit of the Reformation Study Bible?  Here is
how it is described on their Web site:

"This revision and expansion of the previously published
New Geneva Study Bible (1995) finally provides a Reformed,
NIV-based study Bible. Combined with the most widely used
English translation are articles and notes from a Reformed
perspective, embracing the 16th-century reaffirmation of
such central biblical truths as sola Scriptura, sola gratia,
sola fide, solus Christus, and soli Deo gloria. Especially
encouraging is the inclusion of the Three Forms of Unity
(Heidelberg Catechism, Belgic Confession, and Canons of Dort)
and the Westminster Standards, cross-referenced throughout
the notes. The notes and articles also incorporate insights
from more recent scholarship, including redemptive-historical
interpretation as associated with Geerhardus Vos, Herman
Ridderbos, and Richard Gaffin. Re-edited under the leadership
of ... Richard L. Pratt, contributors include Westminster
faculty past and present (Edmund Clowney, Raymond Dillard,
Sinclair Ferguson, John Frame, Alan Groves, Tremper Longman,
Dan McCartney, Vern Poythress, Moises Silva, and Bruce
Waltke), Westminster graduates ([such as] ... Wayne Grudem,
R. Laird Harris, ... William VanGemeren, and Luder Whitlock),
and other leading Reformed scholars."
    - Matt Harmon - wtsbooks.com Staff.
  http://store.yahoo.net/wtsbooks/0310923603.html

As you would expect from a Study Bible, this one contains a
concordance, maps, "over 20,000 detailed study notes," and
"66 in-text articles" on various topics (and, of course,
lots of Biblical cross-references associated with the NIV
text).

In his introduction, Richard L. Pratt, Jr., the General
Editor, offers this appropriate word of caution:

"Our sincere prayer is that followers of Christ will find
the Spirit of the Reformation Study Bible to be a useful
tool, but we also hope that no reader will ever confuse the
fallible notes and confessional documents contained in this
publication with the Scriptures themselves.  We publish them
all under one cover for your convenience, not to place
Scripture and human interpretations on an equal footing.
Only the original 66 books of sacred Scripture deserve our
unqualified acceptance, for they alone are "God-breathed"
(2 Ti 3:16)."

In my opinion, the revised and expanded notes are a
significant improvement over those in the New Geneva Study
Bible (also known as the Reformation Study Bible).  They
are more readable and more up-to-date, although still true
to the Reformed perspective.  In the short time that I have
had it, it has become my personal favorite Study Bible.  If
you use the traditional NIV (or if your church uses the
traditional NIV), then here is your opportunity to have an
NIV Bible with excellent notes true to the Reformed faith.

Incidentally, note that quantities are limited on this
title.  The 50% discount is good until present stock is
exhausted.  They may have 300 copies, but they will not
last forever!

Herman Bavinck's Reformed Dogmatics have (has?) long been
regarded as a masterpiece of Biblical thought, but only
parts of the book have been translated into English.  An
example is the book The Doctrine of God, translated by
William Hendriksen.  Well, the entire work will soon be
translated, and the first volume of it has already been
released.  It sells for $29.99 (retail $49.99, which
means a 40% discount):

  http://wtsbook.com/0801026326.html

Here is their description of the book and the project:

"Dutch Reformed theologian Herman Bavinck's magisterial
Reformed Dogmatics has finally begun publication in English
with the release of Volume One: Prolegomena by Baker Book
House and the Dutch Reformed Translation Society.... [T]his
new English translation clearly demonstrates Bavinck's
mastery of the Christian theological tradition and reveals a
work that is amazingly relevant for our times. None of the
material in this volume has ever been available before in
English....  The whole range of introductory issues are dealt
with here....  Long appreciated by the Dutch theological
community, Bavinck's rich theological ore can now be mined
by English speaking Christians to their great benefit and
growth in grace."
    - Jeff Waddington - Westminster Bookstore Staff
  http://wtsbook.com/0801026326.html

A recent respected modern translation of the Bible is the
English Standard Version (ESV).  If you're interested in
this translation, there is a full page of choices of
different editions, mostly at 40% discount:

  http://wtsbooks.com/bibles-english-standard-version.html

I'll let you browse the Web site on your own.  Let me just
mention that the range of books includes Apologetics, Banner
of Truth, Biblical Languages, Biblical Interpretation,
Biblical Theology, Biography, Children's Literature, Church
History, Commentaries, General Literature, New Testament,
Old Testament, Practical Theology, References, Software,
Systematic Theology, and more.

As for prices, I've done some checking, and Westminster's
discount seems to be consistently at least 5% greater than
that offered by what is perhaps the most popular and largest
bookstore on the Web for new books.  But don't take my word
for it:  check it out for yourself!

Again, the phone number is 1-888-WTSBOOK, and the Web page
address is http://WTSBOOK.com.
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2. TRINITY HYMNAL: ALPHABETICAL INDEX BY FIRST LINE: N - Z

In the March 1963 issue of Moody Monthly, there was by Wilbur
M. Smith, at that time a professor at Fuller Theological
Seminary, a "Review of a Notable New Hymnal."  The hymnal
was the Trinity Hymnal, published in 1981 by the Orthodox
Presbyterian Church.

Here are some of his comments:  "...I must say that in the
hours spent studying these hymns my whole being seemed to
throb anew with joyful praise to God for His glory, power
and love, and for the full redemption which by grace alone
is offered to us through Jesus Christ His Son.  The entire
selection exalts the revelation of truth as it is found in
the Holy Scriptures."

He also says, "Frankly, if I were a pastor of a church today,
I would certainly propose at once the exclusive use of this
church hymnal...."  Except for those who believe that only
Psalms may be sung in formal worship services, the Trinity
Hymnal (the older edition or a more contemporary edition
released in 1990) is widely used today in many Presbyterian
and Reformed churches, as well as a significant number of
(Reformed) Baptist congregations.

You'll find many resources relating to the Trinity Hymnal on
the Web site of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church at this
location:

  http://opc.org/books/TH/

These resources include a searchable concordance of the old
Trinity Hymnal, as well as "complete Trinity Hymnal lyrics
[HTML and PDF], an alphabetical list of tunes, with links, a
numerical list of hymns, with links, an index of first lines
of refrains, links to all MIDI files, ... all the MIDI files
... in [self-extracting] .exe ... or .sit ... format, [and]
a Readme file for [the] MIDI files," plus more!

Note well:  included are MIDI files for all of the 730 hymns
in the old Trinity Hymnal!  The MIDI files were prepared by
Bill Bacon, Elder of Westminster OPC in Hamden, Connecticut.
The MIDI filenames are keyed to the hymn numbers in the old
Trinity Hymnal, but I have good news for those who use some
other hymnal.

If you use instead of the old Trinity hymnal the new Trinity
hymnal or some other hymnal, a very useful new resource is on
the way!  In fact, CATI readers get to beta-test it before it
is placed on the OPC Web site.  It's an alphabetical-by-first-
line index with links directly to the corresponding hymn (the
words and the music) on the OPC Web site.

If you find any errors in the following list, please send them
to me.  The e-mail address to use is cati@traver.org.  This
issue of CATI is for the letters N - Z.  (The previous issue
was for the letters N - Z.)  Your feedback will help me prepare
a perfected copy for the OPC Web site.

With most e-mail programs, you can simply click (or perhaps
double-click) on the links below to be taken to the related
hymn on the OPC Web site, where you will see the words and
hear the music.  If that is not true of your Web browser,
go on-line and go to the following Web address:

  http://traver.org/cati/archives/cati85.htm#2.

And here's N - Z

Naught have I gotten but what I received
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue698.html

No longer, Lord, despise me
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue511.html

No Night There
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue730.html

No, not despairingly come I to thee
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue411.html

None other Lamb, none other Name
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue115.html

Nor silver nor gold hath obtained my redemption
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue721.html

Not all the blood of beasts
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue176.html

Not haughty is my heart
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue578.html

Not to the strong is the battle
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue665.html

Not unto us, O Lord of heaven
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue068.html

Not what these hands have done
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue403.html

Not worthy, Lord! to gather up the crumbs
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue356.html

Nothing but the blood
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue677.html

Now blessed be the Lord our God
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue007.html

Now Israel may say, and that in truth
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue514.html

Now may he who from the dead
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue318.html

Now thank we all our God
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue086.html

Now the day is over
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue666.html

Now unto Jehovah, ye sons of the mighty
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue036.html

O bless our God with one accord
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue348.html

O bless the Lord, my soul
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue072.html

O Christ, our hope, our heart's desire
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue120.html

O Christ, our King, Creator, Lord
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue134.html

O Christ, our true and only Light
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue296.html

O come, all ye faithful
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue151.html

O come, let us sing to the Lord
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue019.html

O come, my soul, bless thou the Lord
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue010.html

O come, O come, Emmanuel
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue147.html

O could I speak the matchless worth
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue126.html

O day of rest and gladness
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue321.html

O dearest Jesus, what law hast thou broken
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue181.html

O Father all creating
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue628.html

O for a thousand tongues to sing
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue133.html

O God, most holy are thy ways
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue041.html

O God, my Strength and Fortitude
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue524.html

O God, no longer hold thy peace
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue057.html

O God of Bethel, by whose hand
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue498.html

O God of hosts, the mighty Lord
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue303.html

O God of love, O King of peace
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue622.html

O God of mercy, God of might
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue366.html

O God of Truth, whose living Word
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue468.html

O God, the Rock of Ages
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue024.html

O God, thou art my God alone
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue556.html

O God, thy judgments give the King
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue230.html

O God, to us show mercy
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue385.html

O God, we praise thee; and confess
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue090.html

O happy day, that fixed my choice
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue589.html

O happy house, where thou art loved
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue624.html

O happy land, whose sons in youth
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue289.html

O how love I thy law!
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue450.html

O Jehovah, hear my words
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue047.html

O Jesus, I have promised
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue552.html

O Jesus, thou art standing
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue414.html

O Jesus, we adore thee
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue193.html

O Light that knew no dawn
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue023.html

O little town of Bethlehem
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue152.html

O Lord, be thou my helper true
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue045.html

O Lord, by thee delivered
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue526.html

O Lord, how are my foes increased
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue469.html

O Lord, how shall I meet thee
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue119.html

O Lord, I would delight in thee
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue543.html

O Lord most high, with all my heart
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue044.html

O Lord of hosts, how lovely the place
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue305.html

O Lord our God, arise
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue375.html

O Lord, thou Judge of all the earth
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue046.html

O love, how deep, how broad, how high
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue121.html

O love of God, how strong and true
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue073.html

O Love that wilt not let me go
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue594.html

O Mother dear, Jerusalem
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue603.html

O mystery of love divine
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue436.html

O people blest, whose sons in youth
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue289.html

O perfect Love
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue625.html

O praise the Lord, for he is good
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue084.html

O praise ye the Lord and sing a new song
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue288.html

O precious is the flow that makes me white as snow
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue677.html

O quickly come, dread Judge of all
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue243.html

O sacred Head, now wounded
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue178.html

O safe to the Rock that is higher than I
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue551.html

O Saviour, precious Saviour
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue118.html

O Spirit of the living God
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue253.html

O Splendor of God's glory bright
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue056.html

O that I had a thousand voices
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue011.html

O the deep, deep love of Jesus
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue453.html

O thou from whom all goodness flows
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue457.html

O thou my soul, bless God the Lord
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue097.html

O thou that hear'st when sinners cry
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue413.html

O thou the Eternal Son of God
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue191.html

O thou to whose all-searching sight
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue525.html

O thou who the Shepherd of Israel art
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue279.html

O tidings of comfort and joy, comfort and joy
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue160.html

O Trinity, most blessed Light
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue339.html

O 'twas a joyful sound to hear
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue276.html

O wherefore do the nations rage
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue227.html

O Word of God Incarnate
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue267.html

O worship the King all glorious above
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue013.html

O'er the gloomy hills of darkness
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue373.html

Of the Father's love begotten
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue122.html

Oft in danger, oft in woe
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue479.html

Oh, Jesus is a Rock in a weary land
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue719.html

Once in royal David's city
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue639.html

One day when heaven was filled with his praises
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue689.html

One there is, above all others
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue142.html

Only a sinner
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue698.html

Only trust him, only trust him, only trust him now
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue724.html

Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as to war
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue490.html

Open now the gates of beauty
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue304.html

Our children, Lord, in faith and prayer
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue351.html

Our God our Help in ages past (tune 1)
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue026.html

Our God our Help in ages past (tune 2)
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue026s.html

Out of the deep I call to thee
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue412.html

Pass me not, O gentle Saviour
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue707.html

Peace, perfect peace
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue590.html

Praise him! praise him! tell of his excellent greatness
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue683.html

Praise Jehovah, all ye nations
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue029.html

Praise, Lord, for thee in Zion waits
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue114.html

Praise, my soul, the King of heaven
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue070.html

Praise the Lord, praise the Lord, let the earth hear his voice
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue667.html

Praise the Lord - ye heavens adore him
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue016.html

Praise the Saviour, now and ever
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue174.html

Praise to God, immortal praise
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue112.html

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue050.html

Praise waits for thee in Zion
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue306.html

Praise ye, praise ye the Lord
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue108.html

Rejoice, all ye believers
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue233.html

Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel shall come to thee, O Israel
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue147.html

Rejoice, rejoice, rejoice, give thanks, and sing
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue502.html

Rejoice, the Lord is King
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue226.html

Rejoice, ye people, homage give
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue061.html

Rejoice, ye pure in heart
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue502.html

Remember not, O God, the sins of long ago
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue417.html

Revive thy work, O Lord
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue297.html

Ride on! ride on in majesty
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue172.html

Rise, help, and redeem us
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue515.html

Rise, my soul, to watch and pray
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue476.html

Rock of Ages, cleft for me (tune 1)
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue421.html

Rock of Ages, cleft for me (tune 2)
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue421s.html

Round the Lord in glory seated
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue042.html

Rouse, then, soldiers! Rally round the banner!
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue686.html

Safe in the arms of Jesus
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue608.html

Safely through another week
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue320.html

Saved by grace
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue726.html

Saviour, again to thy dear Name we raise
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue316.html

Saviour, blessed Saviour, listen while we sing
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue452.html

Saviour, breathe an evening blessing
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue340.html

Saviour, like a Shepherd lead us
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue644.html

Saviour of the nations, come
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue165.html

Saviour, Saviour, hear my humble cry
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue707.html

Saviour, teach me, day by day
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue654.html

Saviour, thy dying love
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue538.html

Searcher of hearts, from mine erase
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue455.html

See, amid the winter's snow
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue158.html

See Israel's gentle Shepherd stand
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue350.html

See, the Conqueror mounts in triumph
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue211.html

Send thou, O Lord, to every place
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue379.html

Shepherd of souls, refresh and bless
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue364.html

Shepherd of tender youth
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue117.html

Shine thou upon us, Lord
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue631.html

Shout, for the blessed Jesus reigns
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue298.html

Showers of blessing, showers of blessing we need
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue716.html

Silent night! Holy night
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue161.html

Simply trusting every day
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue682.html

Sing, my tongue, how glorious battle
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue194.html

Sing, O sing of my Redeemer!
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue681.html

Sing them over again to me
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue722.html

Sing to the Lord, sing his praises
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue065.html

Singing, Glory, glory, glory be to God on high
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue648.html

Softly and tenderly, Jesus is calling
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue694.html

Softly now the light of day
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue347.html

Soldiers of Christ, arise
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue482.html

Soldiers who to Christ belong
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue485.html

Some day the silver cord will break
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue726.html

Sometimes a light surprises
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue520.html

Sound the battle cry
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue686.html

Sow in the morn thy seed
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue299.html

Speed thy servants, Saviour, speed them
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue382.html

Spirit of God, that moved of old
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue255.html

Spirit, strength of all the weak
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue244.html

Stand up, and bless the Lord
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue014.html

Stand up, my soul  shake off thy fears
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue478.html

Stand up, stand up for Jesus
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue477.html

Standing by a purpose true
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue660.html

Stayed upon Jehovah, hearts are fully blest
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue587.html

Stricken, smitten, and afflicted
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue192.html

Sun of my soul, thou Saviour dear
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue346.html

Supreme in wisdom as in power
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue028.html

Sweet hour of prayer
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue534.html

Sweet the moments, rich in blessing
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue189.html

Sweetest note in serph song
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue144.html

Take me, O my Father, take me
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue410.html

Take my life, and let it be consecrated
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue492.html

Take time to be holy
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue706.html

Take up thy cross, the Saviour said
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue507.html

Teach me, my God and King
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue555.html

Teach me, O Lord, thy holy way
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue456.html

Teach me, O Lord, thy way of truth
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue451.html

Tell me the old, old story
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue521.html

Tell me the story of Jesus
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue685.html

Ten thousand times ten thousand
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue234.html

That day of wrath, that dreadful day
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue242.html

That man is blest who, fearing God
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue446.html

The child of a King
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue720.html

The Church's one Foundation
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue270.html

The day is past and over
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue342.html

The day of resurrection
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue197.html

The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue338.html

The earth, with all that dwell therein
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue066.html

The ends of all the earth shall hear
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue295.html

The God of Abraham praise
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue032.html

The golden gates are lifted up
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue214.html

The great Physician now is near
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue144.html

The Head that once was crowned with thorns
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue215.html

The heavens declare thy glory
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue104.html

The heavens declare thy glory, Lord
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue265.html

The King of Love my Shepherd is
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue141.html

The King shall come when morning dawns
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue236.html

The law of God is good and wise
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue449.html

The Light of the world is Jesus
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue679.html

The Lord has heard and answered prayer
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue025.html

The Lord is King! lift up thy voice
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue058.html

The Lord is my Shepherd, no want shall I know
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue663.html

The Lord is rich and merciful
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue519.html

The Lord will come and not be slow
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue294.html

The Lord's my Shepherd, I'll not want (tune 1)
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue077.html

The Lord's my Shepherd, I'll not want (tune 2)
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue077s.html

The Lord's my Shepherd, I'll not want (tune 3)
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue077t.html

The Lord's my Shepherd, I'll not want (tune 4)
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue077f.html

The Lord's our Rock, in him we hide
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue719.html

The man who once has found abode
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue074.html

The mighty God, the Lord, hath spoken
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue239.html

The Name of Jesus is so sweet
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue711.html

The people that in darkness sat
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue123.html

The praises of thy wonders, Lord
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue038.html

The sands of time are sinking
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue599.html

The Son of God goes forth to war
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue489.html

The spacious firmament on high
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue103.html

The Spirit breathes upon the Word
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue258.html

The tender love a father has
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue085.html

The whole world was lost in the darkness of sin
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue679.html

The winds and the waves shall obey thy will
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue701.html

The wise may bring their learning
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue657.html

Thee we adore, eternal Lord
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue018.html

Thy Word is like a garden, Lord
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue257.html

There is a city bright
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue662.html

There is a fountain filled with blood
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue188.html

There is a green hill far away
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue184.html

There is a land of pure delight
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue597.html

There is no name so sweet on earth
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue652.html

There is no night in heaven
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue598.html

There is no sorrow, Lord, too light
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue517.html

There shall be showers of blessing
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue716.html

There were ninety and nine
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue137.html

This day at thy creating word
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue324.html

This is my Father's world
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue109.html

This is the day of light
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue327.html

This is the day the Lord hath made
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue326.html

This is the message that I bring
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue695.html

This night, O Lord, we bless thee
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue349.html

Thou art coming, O my Saviour
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue235.html

Thou art my hiding-place, O Lord
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue553.html

Thou art the Way - to thee alone
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue116.html

Thou didst leave thy throne
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue170.html

Thou dost reign on high
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue170.html

Thou hidden source of calm repose
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue426.html

Thou, whose almighty word
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue376.html

Though the angry surges roll
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue717.html

Though troubles assail us
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue079.html

Though your sins be as scarlet
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue465.html

Throned upon the awful tree
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue183.html

Through all the changing scenes of life
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue522.html

Through good report and evil, Lord
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue603.html

Thy God reigneth
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue670.html

Thy life was given for me
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue536.html

Thy loving-kindness, Lord, is good and free
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue510.html

Thy mercy and thy truth, O Lord
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue055.html

Thy might sets fast the mountains
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue111.html

Thy servant, blessed by thee, shall live
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue260.html

Thy way, not mine, O Lord
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue573.html

Thy Word have I hid in my heart
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue671.html

Thy Word is a lamp to my feet
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue671.html

Thy works, not mine, O Christ
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue441.html

TIll he come! O let the words linger
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue357.html

Till we meet, till we meet, till we meet at Jesus' feet
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue632.html

'Tis midnight - and on Olive's brow
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue182.html

'Tis not that I did choose thee
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue096.html

'Tis so sweet to trust in Jesus
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue699.html

To God be the glory
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue667.html

To God my earnest voice I raise
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue509.html

To thee, O Comforter Divine
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue252.html

To thee, O Lord, I fly
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue581.html

To thee, O Lord, I lift mine eyes
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue540.html

To thee, our God, we fly for mercy
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue618.html

To thy temple I repair
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue313.html

To us a Child of hope is born
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue163.html

Today the Saviour calls
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue388.html

Trembling soul, beset by fears
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue670.html

Trust and obey, for there's no other way
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue700.html

Trusting as the moments fly, trusting as the days go by
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue682.html

Trusting Jesus
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue682.html

'Twas on that night when doomed to know
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue359.html

Under his wings, under his wings
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue078.html

Under the care of my God, the Almighty
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue078.html

Unless the Lord the house shall build
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue291.html

Unto the hills around do I lift up
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue082.html

Unto the Lord Jehovah said
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue229.html

Up from the grave he arose
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue206.html

Wake, awake, for night is flying
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue231.html

We gather together to ask the Lord's blessing
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue286.html

We give thee but thine own
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue367.html

We have heard the joyful sound
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue370.html

We have not known thee as we ought
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue418.html

We plough the fields, and scatter
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue614.html

We praise thee, O God! for the days of our youth
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue634.html

We praise thee, O God, our Redeemer, Creator
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue083.html

We sing the glorious conquest
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue404.html

Weary of earth, and laden with my sin
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue467.html

Welcome, delightful morn
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue325.html

Welcome, happy morning! Age to age shall say
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue199.html

What a fellowship, what a joy divine
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue718.html

What a Friend we have in Jesus
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue533.html

What can wash away my sin
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue677.html

What shall I render to my God
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue537.html

What though I cannot break my chain
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue398.html

What time I am afraid
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue564.html

What, ye ask me, is my prize
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue435.html

Whate'er my God ordains is right
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue094.html

When all thy mercies, O my God
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue051.html

When he cometh, when he cometh
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue651.html

When, his salvation bringing
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue646.html

When I survey the wondrous cross
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue186.html

When in his might the Lord arose
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue290.html

When Israel out of Egypt went
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue039.html

When morning gilds the skies
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue131.html

When peace, like a river
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue580.html

When the roll is called up yonder
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue727.html

When the trumpet of the Lord shall sound
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue727.html

When the weary, seeking rest
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue532.html

When this passing world is done
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue600.html

When thy soldiers take their swords
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue486.html

When we walk with the Lord
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue700.html

While shepherds watched their flocks
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue156.html

While with ceaseless course the sun
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue613.html

Who are these like stars appearing
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue602.html

Who hath believed
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue673.html

Who is on the Lord's side
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue493.html

Who is this so weak and helpless
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue169.html

Who is this that comes from Edom
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue228.html

Who trusts in God, a strong abode
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue558.html

Why dost thou stand afar
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue508.html

Why should cross and trial grieve me
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue506.html

Why should I feel discouraged
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue725.html

With broken heart and contrite sigh
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue416.html

With glory clad, with strength arrayed
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue064.html

With grateful heart my thanks I bring
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue076.html

With harps and with viols
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue714.html

With songs and honors sounding loud
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue113.html

Within thy temple, Lord
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue307.html

Wonderful grace of Jesus
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue702.html

Wonderful Love
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue669.html

Wonderful the matchless grace of Jesus
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue702.html

Wonderful words of life
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue722.html

Wondrous King, all-glorious
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue132.html

Work, for he night is coming
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue728.html

Ye children, come, give ear to me
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue656.html

Ye Christian heralds, go proclaim
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue380.html

Ye holy angels bright
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue017.html

Ye righteous, in the Lord rejoice
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue040.html

Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue136.html

Yes, all things bright and beautiful
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue636.html

Yes, for me, for me he careth
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue688.html

Yes, I'll sing the wondrous story
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue709.html

Yes, Jesus loves me! Yes, Jesus loves me!
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue633.html

Yield not to temptation
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue658.html

Your harps, ye trembling saints
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue595.html

Zion, founded on the mountains
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue369.html

Zion, in thy Saviour singing
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue361.html

Zion stands by hills surrounded
  http://opc.org/books/TH/old/Blue275.html

Enjoy!
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3. HOMEMAKING: WHO IS THE FLY LADY AND IS SHE A CHRISTIAN?

You see frequent reference to her on the Web from time to
time.  Here's an example from the "Ladies Forum" at the Bible
Database Christian Message Board Archive (in a discussion
about dirty laundry):

"Boy, I wish it worked on me!  The Fly Lady has about given
up on me."
  http://www.bibleforums.org/forum/showthread/t-8074.html

Here's another example, this one from the "Hearts at Home"
Bulletin Board:

"Who is Fly Lady???????  Heard a lot about her lately,
wondered who she is and what she is about, what her doctrine
is, and is this a Christian site??"
  http://pub66.ezboard.com/fheartsboardfrm19.showMessage?topicID=3.topic

An earlier version of the home page of the Web site for
MommyLinks for Christian at http://mommylinks.com included
these comments:

"Now I know some of you were just born organized. Your house
is clean, suppers are planned, unexpected company doesn't
strike fear into your hearts. For the rest of us, there is
FlyLady. The name FlyLady came from her job teaching fly
fishing, but what she does for thousands of people is help
them get organized and get their houses clean....  FlyLady
is a wonderful Christian lady who is devoted to helping you
Finally Love Yourself."
  http://snurl.com/2sy3 (from Google cache)

Teri Brown's article on "The Heart of Housework" in Christian
Parenting is based on tips from the Fly Lady:

"I recently spoke to writer and cleaning maven Marla Cilley,
also known as the Fly Lady from Flylady.net, a much-loved
cleaning and organizing Web site that has helped thousands
of women clean up their act, so to speak.  Her ideas can
get you on the road to a cleaner house....  Here are ten of
Marla's best housework helpers...."
  http://www.christianitytoday.com/cpt/2002/004/7.54.html

(Teri Brown is the author of the book Christian Unschooling:
Growing Your Children in the Freedom of Christ.  That is more
or less the approach we took in "home schooling" our own son,
who is now in a Ph.D. program in English at Notre Dame.)

Teri Brown, by the way, has a regular column "Organize This!"
at the site The New Homemaker at http://thenewhomemaker.com:

  http://www.newhomemaker.com/cleanorg/organizethis/index.html

That same site has a forum that is specifically devoted to
"Fly Babies" ("a spot just for the followers of the Fly
Lady"):

  http://www.newhomemaker.com/phpBB/viewforum.php?forum=1&9640

So who IS the Fly Lady and is she a Christian?

We find a direct answer to the first part of the question on
the Fly Lady Web site at http://flylady.net:

"Marla Cilley is The FlyLady. She does not fly a plane!
To keep a long story short, Marla loves to teach people to
FlyFish. That is how she got the name - FlyLady. Marla is a
SHE(TM) (Sidetracked Home Executive). This system saved her
life and continues to bless her. When Marla found the
www.SHEsintouch.com website three years ago, she needed a
user name for the forums. Everyone was trying to help her
come up with one. When they found out that she loved to
flyfish and she taught it at a local college, they came up
with "FlyLady". It is because of Marla's SHEness that she
can now teach others. On December 7, 1999 someone asked
Marla for help and the FlyLady mentoring group began."
  http://www.flylady.net/pages/About_FlyLady.asp

The site does not seem to give a clear answer, however, to
the second question ("Is she a Christian?"), and we now
have some new questions:  "Who are the original 'Sidetracked
Home Executives' and are they Christians?"

Again, the Fly Lady Web site answers for us the first of those
two questions:

"Pam Young and Peggy Jones are the founders of the Sidetracked
Home Executives (SHEs). They began this journey in 1977 with
the book, 'Sidetracked Home Executives from Pigpen to
Paradise."  In this book, they tell the story of how they
searched for organization in their homes and found it in the
form of a 3x5 card system.  Since then, a planner has been
added to the system....  Over the past 20-some years, this
book and the SHE system have helped thousands of people move
from clutter and chaos in their homes to order.  A few years
ago, Pam and Peggy established a website, www.shesintouch.com
where SHEs could learn more about their system and share their
stories."
  http://www.flylady.net/pages/About_PamPeggy.asp

The Fly Lady site does not seem to answer the second question
("Are they Christians"), but we do find these comments in
Religious News in the Oak Ridger:

"Pam Young and Peggy Jones, also known as the Slob Sisters,
will be among the people featured at the Mid-South Christian
Women's Conference....  Young and Jones are authors and
lecturers and have appeared as the Slob Sisters on 'The
Oprah Winfrey Show,' 'Geraldo,' 'Mike & Mattie,' 'Donahue,'
'The Today Show' and 'CBS Morning News,' as well as in Family
Circle and USA Weekend."
  http://www.oakridger.com/stories/042800/rel_0428000058.html

(Unfortunately, the term "Christian" seems to be used rather
broadly, since Kenneth Copeland was another featured speaker
at the same conference. <sigh>)

So who is the Fly Lady?  Marla Cilley.  And who are the
original Sidetracked Home Executives?  Pam Young and Peggy
Jones.  Whether or not they are Christians may not be
something that can be definitively determined at this
point, but what can be said is that many Christians have
found their sites helpful:

The Fly Lady
  http://flylady.net
    or
  http://flylady.com

Sidetracked Home Executives in touch
  http://www.shesintouch.com/

Check them out and see for yourself what you think!
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4. MY NAPARC-PLUS CHURCH DIRECTORY: BRITISH COLUMBIA (REVISED)

I'm in the process of putting together a directory of churches
in conservative Reformed denominations (primarily those in
NAPARC) that have Web pages.  (See the article in the last
issue of CATI for more information on NAPARC.)  In addition
to the NAPARC denominations, I also intend to include in my
own directory congregations that have Web pages and belong to
the United Reformed Churches in North America, a denomination
which holds similar convictions.

Note:  Since "CATI" is a newsletter devoted to "Christians And
The Internet," this list includes only those congregations
that have a Web site.  See the denominational Web sites for
a more complete listing of congregations (and note the new
listings for the URCNA):

Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church (ARP or ARPC)
  http://www.arpsynod.org/chlist.html

Korean-American Presbyterian Church (KAPC)
  http://www.kapc.org/kapc/

Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC)
  http://www.opc.org/directories/congregations.html

Presbyterian Church in America (PCA)
  http://www.pcanet.org/directory.asp

Reformed Church in the U.S. (RCUS)
  http://www.rcus.org/naparc.htm

Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America (RPCNA)
  http://www.reformedpresbyterian.org/cong_loc.php

United Reformed Churches in North America (URCNA)
  http://www.iserv.net/~bethany/director.htm
  http://www.covenant-urc.org/urchrchs.html
    and
  http://www.covenant-urc.org/urcna/directory.asp
(Note:  the preceding sites are unofficial.)

Unlike the previous listing of churches published in "CATI"
in the year 2000, this new project will be geographically
based, and arranged alphabetically by state or province.
We continue with a revised listing for British Columbia
(and this time we'll include a URCNA congregation with a
brand-new Web site):

BRITISH COLUMBIA:

Surrey:

Surrey Covenant Reformed Church (URCNA)
  http://www.covenantreformed.com/

Vancouver:

Grace Vancouver (PCA)
Pastor:  John P.F. Smed
  http://www.gracevancouver.com

IMPORTANT:  Such a project is prone to error, so if you
notice any additions or corrections that ought to be made
to this list, please pass them along to cati@traver.org .
I apologize in advance for any errors or omissions.
Additions and corrections as needed will be published in
future issues of "CATI."  Thank you for your assistance!
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