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Our desire at Hardingville Bible Church is to sow the seed of the Word of God. We believe that “faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the Word of God” (Romans 10:17). God places an emphasis upon the “hearing of the Word of God” (Nehemiah 8:3,8), and it is with this in mind that we make available these sermons online for mp3 download and iTunes podcast. If there is a sermon that you are interested in that is not currently available online, please contact the web ministry team via the Contact ...
 
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Many Members, One Body – A Study through I Corinthians Last message in I Corinthians Series
 
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Many Members, One Body – A Study through I Corinthians
 
Many Members, One Body – A Study through I Corinthians
 
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Many Members, One Body – A Study through I Corinthians
 
Many Members, One Body – A Study through I Corinthians
 
Many Members, One Body – A Study through I Corinthians
 
Many Members, One Body – A Study through I Corinthians
 
Many Members, One Body – A Study through I Corinthians
 
Many Members, One Body – A Study through I Corinthians
 
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Text: Luke 5:1-11 – This sermon examines the account of Jesus’ calling of Peter as a disciple. Having recently heard and seen the power of Jesus, He responded to Christ immediately, trusting Him to lead him in a life of more value than his former life as a fisherman. He immediately recognized his own sinfulness […]…
 
Text: Jonah This sermon examines the Old Testament narrative book of Jonah, culling theological themes and timeless heart principles. God sent Jonah on a mission of mercy and grace to Ninevah, against which He resisted and complained. The narrative highlights the themes of God’s compassionate love, sovereignty, and just judgement. In response, ...…
 
Text: Luke 4:31-43 – This sermon explores the account of Jesus’ ministry in Capernaum and the responses He received. “His word was with power” (v. 31). Though his authority was challenged by a demon, He was shown to be superior over all. Furthermore, he helped Peter’s wife’s mother by healing her of a fever and […]…
 
Text: Isaiah 50:4-11 This message examines the fourth of the servant songs in the book of Isaiah. Christ, the suffering servant, was made of a character that was perfectly devoted to His father’s will, even to the point of suffering. He could speak for God, He was so wise. He had a perfect eternal relationship […]…
 
Text: Luke 4:14-30 This sermon examines Jesus’ first sermon and the hostile response of the religious people who listened to him. While revealing to them that He was the Messiah, Jesus lists reasons that he has been sent, all focusing on the spiritual needs of the people to whom He was talking. Although the people […]…
 
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Text: Ezekiel 2:1-7 – Pastor Anthony Garris, from inner-city Philadelphia, is planting his third church, this one in Camden, NJ. This message combines testimony, stories of practical experience, and themes from Ezekiel 2, to encourage believers to be fervent in ministry to needy people. People need to know that our church is a refuge for […]…
 
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This sermon examines Paul’s testimony of God’s sufficient grace through difficult trials that He Himself ordained. Every believer needs to understand like Paul that “God will give me more than I can handle so that I will learn to trust Him. God will never allow me to face more than He can handle, and He […]…
 
Text: Luke 3:1-14 This message examines the primary theme of the ministry of John the Baptist, repentance. John preached to religious hypocrites: “Don’t respond externally, but turn from sin to Christ in full heart-sincerity.” Failure to respond to this critical teaching of the Lord results in awful, final judgement. Repentance is not genuine, ...…
 
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Text: Acts 6:1-8 This sermon examines the primary texts on the role of deacon in the church. A look at Acts 6:1-8 provides information about the importance, origin, and meaning of the office and the term, “Deacon.” Furthermore, 1 Timothy 3:8 supplies the qualifications, biblical standards, and testimony of deacons and their wives. Lastly, the […]…
 
Text: Luke 2:21-52 This sermon explores the accounts of Jesus’ circumcision, naming, ritual purification, presentation at the temple to Simeon and Anna, and separation from and reunion with his parents at the temple. Luke emphasizes that God will unfailingly perform all that He has planned to accomplish. Furthermore, Anna and Simeon serve as re ...…
 
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