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Joseph Hart (1712-1768)

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January 2012
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Joseph Hart (1712-1768)

Joseph Hart (1712-1768) Joseph Hart was born in London 300 years ago. He became a pastor and hymn-writer, his most notable hymns being ‘Come ye sinners, poor and wretched’, ‘A Man there is, a real Man’, and ‘How good is the God we adore’. Having parents who were Calvinistic Independents, ‘I imbibed’, says Hart,…

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‘The dungeon flamed with light’- Evangelical revivals of the 18th century

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September 2004
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‘The dungeon flamed with light’- Evangelical revivals of the 18th century

Four marks of revival 3 The Farewell Discourse of John 14-16 contains some of the richest teaching on the Holy Spirit in the New Testament. Among the things that our Lord teaches about the Spirit is that when he comes in Pentecostal power he would 'convict the world concerning sin and righteousness and judgement'.…

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