Gospel Gazette Online
Volume 21 Number 2 February 2019
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Rodney Nulph, Associate Editor

Louis Rushmore Louis Rushmore (left) and Rodney Nulph (right), invite you to enjoy the February 2019 edition of Gospel Gazette Online. Use the index or search engine to find thousands more articles in the Archive. We hope that you find the contents of this website useful for personal study, class and sermon preparation, and use in church bulletins. Let us hear from you.

In This Issue

Page 2: Contradictory Christianity Louis Rushmore, Editorial
Page 2: Why Study the Psalms? Rodney Nulph, Editorial
Page 3: Where Was God When Stephen Need Him? Royce Frederick
Page 3: Let Go of Self and Let God Control Robert Johnson
Page 4: God's Spokesman for Today Gary C. Hampton
Page 4: How to Stay Motivated to Win Souls Ronald D. Reeves
Page 5: Did God Do It? T. Pierce Brown
Page 5: The Hand of God Royce Pendergrass
Page 6: Fat Tuesday Brian R. Kenyon
Page 7: Dedicated Servants Andy Robison
Page 8: Transliterated or Translated David R. Kenney
Page 9: What Can We Learn from a Man in Torment? Hiram Kemp
Page 9: Why the God of the Bible? Tom Baxley
Page 10: Earth, Earth, Earth Mark McWhorter
Page 10: Confusion Donald R. Fox
Page 11: Ignorant and Uneducated Cecil May, Jr.
Page 11: Dead Flies Denny Petrillo
Page 12: A Christ-Centered Religion Cliff Holmes
Page 12: Bread from Heaven Dean Kelly
Page 13: He Will Have to Stand on His Own Two Feet Raymond Elliott
Page 13: On the Side of the Road Derek Broome
Page 14: A Moment of Reflection about Jesus Ernest S. Underwood
Page 14: Enoch Walked with God Therman Hodge
Page 15: Our God-Given Ability to Talk Marilyn LaStrape
Page 15: With Purpose Tam Raynor
Page 16: Q&A: Deacons without Children? Louis Rushmore
Page 16: A Lost Generation Louis Rushmore, Extra Editorial

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