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Entries from June 2008

Simon Magus- the great power of God

June 29th, 2008 · No Comments

Lying signs and wonders, deception, susceptibility to hucksters are discussed in this poignant sermon on the life of Simon Magus- the great power of God, as recorded in Acts 8.

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The Life and Character of King Saul

June 26th, 2008 · No Comments

Dr. Hartmann opens up God’s judgment of the interior life and external actions of King Saul.

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The Church – A people who have received mercy

June 22nd, 2008 · No Comments

Acts 8:14-17 records the authoritative act of the designated ambassadors of God’s kingdom – the Apostles. God used them to authenticate “by hand” His official seal of the acceptance of the Samaritans into His kingdom as a people who have now received mercy. The seal of authenticity God delivered by the hands of the Apostles [...]

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Waiting on the Lord

June 15th, 2008 · No Comments

Dr. Hartman opens up several passages of scripture revealing the profound nature and benefits of waiting on the Lord.

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Introduction to King Saul

June 13th, 2008 · No Comments

Dr. Hartmann introduces Israel’s first king, named Saul in this teaching.  An examination is made of key elements of the early part of his life.  Special emphasis is given to an examination of Saul’s heart motivations by way of contrast with his successor, king David.

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Acts 8:14-25

June 8th, 2008 · No Comments

Acts 8:14-25 is the foundation for this teaching that explores the nature of the entry of the gospel to the Samaritans. Dr. Hartmann opens up reasons why God sent the apostles to Samaria to confirm the believers, the essential nature of the baptism of the Holy Spirit in the life of a Christian, issues of [...]

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The Gospel to Samaria

June 1st, 2008 · No Comments

Using Acts 8:1-25 as the primary text Dr. Hartmann draws out three primary elements. The nature of religious persecution The nature of the present manifestation of the Kingdom of God in power in the context of where the gospel is preached in truth The nature of true conversion.

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