100 Years from Today Jack Hartman

ISBN: 9780915445035

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86 pages


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100 Years from Today  by  Jack Hartman

100 Years from Today by Jack Hartman
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Jack Hartman was a self-employed businessman. In 1974, when his business was on the verge of bankruptcy and he was on the verge of a nervous breakdown, he gave his life to Jesus Christ and started studying the Bible in great detail to learn what GodMoreJack Hartman was a self-employed businessman. In 1974, when his business was on the verge of bankruptcy and he was on the verge of a nervous breakdown, he gave his life to Jesus Christ and started studying the Bible in great detail to learn what God said about solving financial and emotional problems.

Jack put what he learned to good use. Today his business is growing very well. The Bible study that started with four people in his office in 1975 now has grown into a church with an average Sunday morning attendance of 1,000 people. Jack is the author of four other Christian books and has appeared on the 700 Club television program. One Hundred Years From Today is one of Jacks early Bible studies that has been written as a book. Hundreds of people have come to know Jesus as a result of reading this when it was in Bible study form and many more will receive Jesus as Lord and Saviour now that it has been published as a book.

The reason for the effectiveness of this book is Jacks conversational style of writing. He explains what salvation is...why we must be saved...how to become saved and where we will be one hundred years from today if we are saved--and if we are not. This book is simple and to the point. Jack spares the complex theological language. In this book the reader is clearly told the message of salvation through Jesus Christ and is asked to make a decision--the most important decision that any of us will ever make.



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