Dr. John Hartmann

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Walking in the Faith of Abraham – Fulfilling our Purpose-Destiny as the People of God

June 24th, 2012 · No Comments

Dr. Hartmann teaches and exhorts on walking in the faith of Abraham so as to fulfill our purpose, and actualize our destiny, as the people of God

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Reading and Understanding the Old Testament- It’s Value and Importance

June 10th, 2012 · No Comments

Dr. Hartmann teaches on reading and understanding the Old Testament, and discusses it’s value and importance.

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Seeds, Soil, Plants, & Fruit

June 3rd, 2012 · No Comments

Dr. Hartman teaches on seeds, soil, plants, & fruit.

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The Importance of Jesus’ Ascension

May 27th, 2012 · No Comments

Dr. Hartmann teaches on the importance of Jesus’ ascension.

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Freedom for Fruitfulness

May 20th, 2012 · No Comments

Dr. Hartmann teaches on God’s provision of  freedom for fruitfulness.

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Jesus heals the broken hearted

April 29th, 2012 · No Comments

Dr. Hartmann delivers a sermon that reminds, exhorts, and instructs  people that Jesus heals the broken hearted.

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Vision for Personal Transformation for the Redeemed Community that Walks in Love

April 22nd, 2012 · No Comments

Dr. Hartmann delivers a vision for personal transformation for the redeemed community that walks in love.

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The Call to Holiness

March 11th, 2012 · No Comments

Dr. Hartmann makes a call to holy living.

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Paul’s Sermon at Antioch Pisidia

March 4th, 2012 · No Comments

In this study we look at evidence from the Four Canonical Gospels from which we can draw out a picture of the historical figure Jesus of Nazareth. There are of course many versions on offer, in which Jesus is said to have been a holy man, a teacher, a prophet, but, in the end, just one among many others of the same kind. Our study serves to show that Jesus was all of the above, and much, much more, as we allow the Scripture itself to be our guide in coming to understand more precisely the historical Jesus of Nazareth, whose existence is supported not only by the witness of the New Testament, but by that of ancient Jewish and Roman historians as well.

Themes Covered in this Study: Jesus’ Pre-existence and Deity, the Incarnation, Jesus’ Birth, Childhood, Ministry, His Betrayal, Trial, Death, Resurrection, post-resurrection Commissioning of His Witnesses, Ascension and Second Coming.

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The Holiness of the House of God

February 19th, 2012 · No Comments

Holiness in Relation to God and His House

The church in our present time seems to have no real concern for the concept of holiness as it relates to the people purchased by Jesus to be the dwelling-place of God. The holiness of God requires that the people He has redeemed, who have been called into covenant with Him, and who ultimately are being built together to become a holy temple in the Lord, be holy even as He Himself is holy (Lev 19:1-2; cf 1 Pet 1:15-16).

Regaining Respect for what is Sacred

In Lev 26 Moses is about to lay out the blessings and curses of the covenant. In vv 1-2, however, he reminds them of two basic “God commandments”: 1) to shun idolatry and all image worship; 2) keep Sabbaths and Reverence God’s Sanctuary. Our teacher places special emphasis on the this latter idea: that we have a certain respect for the church, the New Temple, the house of God, lest we become profane, with no respect for that which is sacred, and continually defile God’s house with our sinful attitudes and behaviors.

Cleansing Ourselves From Defilement

  • To fulfill our calling as the New Temple (2 Cor 6:14-18), we must deliberately and aggressively pursue God’s command to cleanse ourselves of all defilement of flesh and spirit, perfecting holiness in the fear of God (7:1). The sins of the flesh are at the very least the uncleanness and defilement that come from sexual immorality (2 Chron 5:1; Heb 13:4; 1 Cor 5). The sins of the spirit are at the very least the root of bitterness, which, if it springs up among us, will defile many (Hebrews 12:15; Deut 29:14-21)
  • We must remember that the Temple of God is a collective Temple, and hold His house to be holy! (1 Cor 3:9-17) God warns of destruction that will come upon those who defile His Temple with division, jealousy, immorality, bitterness, rebellion, etc.

Application: let us obey 2 Cor 7:1, seeking to cleanse ourselves from every form of defilement through deliberate repentance and cleansing of the Blood of Jesus (1 John 1:5-2:2).

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