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THE SEVENTH MAN

By: Frank Tunstall, D. Min.     Jesus ended His first visit to the temple knowing the rulers did not want the new life He offered Nicodemus (in John 3); they even saw it as blasphemy. The Lord headed north with His disciples, telling them He had to “go through Samaria” (John 4:4). Israel’s Messiah was certain […]

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CONFRONTATIONAL PREACHING

BY: Frank Tunstall, D. Min. Apostolic preaching is confrontational preaching. The Apostle Peter was the leader of the disciples whose force of personality was most important in holding the apostles together in those nerve-wracking days when Jesus’ body was in the tomb. Peter was boldness personified anchored in three great gospel facts. First, Peter was […]

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THE APOSTLE PETER’S FAREWELL

By: Frank Tunstall              “I know that I will soon put my body aside as our Lord Jesus Christ has made clear to me,” Peter wrote in his second epistle. On so many occasion and in so many ways, Peter had been the pillar of the twelve apostles. Now, near the end of his life […]

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“CRAVING TO UNDERSTAND”

By: Frank Tunstall The prophets:  “yearning to understand Messiah’s suffering and glory” (1 Peter 1:10-11 NIV). Spring is bursting out all around us. Grass, trees, bushes, flowers – they’re all experiencing a resurrection. Nature gives billions of witnesses to the resurrection. But nature is also limited. Only the story of the death and resurrection of […]

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A Fresh Look at Repentance: Part 2

 By: Frank Tunstall, D. Min. How important that we rethink our doctrine of repentance and rediscover sin is sin precisely because it violates God. “Have mercy on me, O God, according to your unfailing love,” King David pled following his tryst with Bathsheba that ended in her pregnant and her husband murdered. “According to your […]

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“But if Not”

By: Frank Tunstall, D. Min. All children of God sooner or later will need a well thought out but if not doctrine. The ups and downs of life will see to that. The story of Shadrach, Meshack, and Abednego make the point. These three Hebrew young men lived during the Babylonian exile some 2500 years […]

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