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Repentance Denied?

Hebrews 12:16, 17 Randy Leedy FrontLine • May/June 2008 Perhaps you, as I, have had a Christian friend who became convinced that he or she was under condemnation, an apostate denied any opportunity to repent. My friend and I had shared fellowship and ministry for years, but a variety of trials left him utterly defeated,…

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Paul’s Thorn in the Flesh

Tom Wheeler FrontLine • November/December 2008 2 Cor. 12:7–10 Christians for a long time have speculated about the identity of Paul’s thorn in flesh. It is interesting to consider what Paul was talking about. God has a helpful message for all believers in various kinds of trials through this divinely recorded experience of Paul. What…

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Don’t Stop Coming

FrontLine • September/October 2008 She was a beloved relative. Her frequent visits brought laughter and magic into the house. What joy she brought! Then when age and weariness crept into the house, she stopped coming. She had only come when it was pleasant for her to come. The old folks looked longingly for her. They’d…

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Tuning Out Television

Mark Herbster FrontLine • July/August 2008 Technological advances have brought new challenges into Christian families. Most families own at least one television set, and many Christians are struggling with a daily battle with television and its ungodly influences. Television has a great impact on our lives: it teaches our children; it trains our culture. Though…

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P&D Best Of: Reading the Bible Through in One Year

Warren N. Stuber FrontLine ● November/December 2001 First publication on P&D: January 1, 2014. On January 1 this year, we will publish a list of Bible Reading schedules you can download from various sites on the Internet. On December 31, I completed my yearly reading through the Bible. The next day I began again for…

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Shop ‘Til you Drop?

Gordon Dickson FrontLine • November/December 2004 Well, here we go again into another holiday season. It is commonlly understood that the stores have tried to “break even” for the rest of the year hoping to make a profit during this period. As you know, this “season” has expanded over the years. Thus, in American shops,…

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New World, Old Lies Echoes from 1918

FrontLine: November/December 2017 | VOLUME 27 | NUMBER 6 In August of 1914 British author H. G. Wells penned a series of articles on the escalating war in Europe; these were later collected and published in a volume entitled The War That Will End War. The title of the book became a popular catchphrase to…

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The Seeking Shepherd

Charles Melring FrontLine • November/December 2006 10 What man of you. having an hundred sheep, if he lose one of them, doth not leave the ninety and nine in the wilderness, and go after that which is lost, until he find it? And when he hath found it, he layeth it on his shoulders, rejoicing.…

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Bringing Others to the Truth

Jerry Sivnksty FrontLine • November/December 2006 In John 8:32 the Lord Jesus Christ said, “And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” John 1:17 says, “For the law was given by Moses, but grace and truth came by Jesus Christ.” The Lord told Thomas in John 14:6, “I am the…

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Unity in a Baptist Church?

Charles R. Phelps FrontLine • March/April 2009 Some have said, “Baptist churches multiply by division!” Such an observation must not be taken lightly, for it was our Savior’s prayer that His disciples be models of divine unity reflecting the very tri-unity of the Godhead (John 17:22). The absence of unity in the church requires prayerful,…

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