Biblical Study

WHY GOD CHOSE ABRAHAM, An Appeal to Fathers

By: Frank Tunstall, D. Min.  Why did God choose Abraham and his loyal wife, Sarah? The answer to that question frames a powerful challenge to fathers as we come to Father’s Day, 2018. In ancient culture, the father in the home carried the primary duty to instruct his children.  It also meant each dad in […]

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THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN REVELATION AND ILLUMINATION

  By: Frank G. Tunstall The term, progressive revelation suggests in theology the ongoing discovery of new Biblical revelation, which, of course, is exactly what happened in the Old Testament era (Hebrews 1:1-4). This unfolding of the character of God and His plan of redemption of mankind continued through the death and resurrection of Jesus […]

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WHY JESUS WAS REJECTED AND WALKED AWAY

“Please revive America, my Lord I pray, Please do not walk away and leave us to the consequences of our sinful choices.” By: Frank G. Tunstall The Apostle John said a “crowd” of people was in the temple courtyard at the time Jesus visited with the Greeks. Some in the crowd, probably egged on by their religious […]

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SPIRITUAL GIFTS CRUCIAL FOR EFFECTIVE EVANGELISM

 By: Frank Tunstall The story of the Samaritan woman is a marvelous illustration of the ministry gifts the Lord used to win her, and that the Apostle Paul identified as gifts of the Holy Spirit (John 3:1-17; Ephesians 4:11-13). The setting is the ancient city of Sychar, located some forty miles north of Jerusalem. Sychar […]

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ANOTHER LOOK AT MARY’S FAITH

  By Frank G. Tunstall The astounding resurrection of Lazarus meant Jesus not only restored Lazarus but also reunited the family. To this day, Jesus delights to rebuild broken homes. Jesus left Mary, Martha and Lazarus celebrating a happy reunion in Bethany and went with His disciples to Ephraim in the desert. This retreat gave […]

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JESUS’ GLORIFIED BODY

 By Frank G. Tunstall  Cleopas and his unnamed friend had Jesus’ undivided attention on the road to Emmaus. The Lord began by describing them as “foolish” and “slow of heart for not believing the prophets and the Scriptures. Jesus went on to explain to them “what was said in all the Scriptures concerning himself” (Luke […]

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