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Table of Contents
- Good Preaching is Hard Work Jay E. Adams
- Making the Church “Grapevine” Obsolete R. Larry Overstreet
- Should We Identify Our Spiritual Gifts? James R. Johnson
- Counselors in the Classroom Tim Crater
Medicine and Health
- Chronic Diarrhea Douglas S. Dickinson
- Sleep Robert D. Smith
- Medical News of Interest to the Nouthetic Counselor
- The French INTERSECTION Jim Renick
- Jehovah’s Witnesses and Blood Transfusions Jerry Bergman
- The Strange Beginnings of the Mormon High priesthood Presidency H. Michael Marquardt
- Joseph Smith’s Fit Vision Story Revisited Wesley P. Walters
- News Notes
- Illustrating God’s Truth Jay E. Adams
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