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Entries from August 2008

Characteristics of the Church of Antioch

August 31st, 2008 · No Comments

Some of the unique characteristics of the first group of non-Jewish believers is illustrated in a passage in Acts 11:27-30. This church was located in Antioch. The believers in the city of Antioch were the first people to be called Christians. The fact of their non-Jewish ethnicity marks a turning point and critical development in [...]

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Key Elements of the Inclusion of non-Jewish believers into the Community of Faith

August 24th, 2008 · No Comments

Acts 11:1-26 outlines the “official” recognition of non-Jewish believers into the community of faith by the first believers and their ruling hierarchy. The issue of what constituted genuine faith in Jesus was deliberated. The questions at hand were whether or not it was required for non-Jewish believers to practice circumcision and the keeping of the [...]

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The Reign of David

August 22nd, 2008 · No Comments

The long journey of David in his ascension to the throne of Israel and the glorious establishment of the promised borders of Israel open this teaching. An exploration of David as a typifying the messianic reign of Christ is touched upon along with the implications of David’s desire to build God a house and God’s [...]

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The Marvelous Plan of God

August 17th, 2008 · No Comments

Dr. Hartmann begins with the wonderment and praise of Paul as recorded in Romans 11:33-36. He rapidly moves to God’s amazing creation and His good intentions and plan for humans to live for the praise of His Glory in paradise. These foundational truths outline the overarching paradigm for understanding God’s glorious intentions for humanity as [...]

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The Discipline of the Lord

August 10th, 2008 · No Comments

This exhortation on the Lord’s discipline and it’s end result of holiness begins with the foundational passage of Hebrews 12:1-13. Dr. Hartmann begins with a point of emphasis in the proper use your tongue according to Proverbs 12:18, 14:4, 16:23. God’s objective is to make us partakers of His holiness and equip us to reign [...]

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The Preparation of King David

August 8th, 2008 · No Comments

This teaching draws out lessons from the narrative of the life of David recorded in 1 Samuel 16-31. Dr. Hartmann describes how God prepares people for leadership. These timeless truths are resounding themes in the unveiling of Salvation history. This teaching primarily outlines 1 Samuel 16-31 that deals with the preparation of David to be [...]

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The Conversion of Cornelius

August 3rd, 2008 · No Comments

Acts 10 records the conversion of Cornelius. He was a Roman Centurion, which means he was a commander over 100 soldiers. More importantly he was a God fearing person, and he practiced things that became a memorial before God. He was devout, prayed to God continually, and did alms. Such practices are a key theme [...]

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