File Name: N.B. Hardeman's Tabernacle Sermons - Volume One
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This .topx file contains all Twenty-Two sermons from the First Volume of N.B. Hardeman's Tabernacle Sermons. There are Five Volumes in the Collection. This Volume of Sermons was delivered in the Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, Tenn., March 28-April 16, 1922. Thousands were turned away each night of this great meeting. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD OR VIEW ALL FIVE VOLUMES OF HARDEMAN'S SERMONS IN PDF FORMAT..
Here's a list of all Twenty-Two Sermons Contained in this Volume:
- The Bible
- Rightly Dividing The Word of Truth
- Rightly Dividing The Word of Truth (Concluded)
- The Power of God's Word
- The Power of God's Word (concluded)
- Federalists and AntiFederalists
- The Great Commission
- The Conversion of a Civil Officer
- The Conversion of a Military Officer
- God's Immutable Laws
- God's Immutable Laws Continued
- God's Foolishness Vs. Man's Wisdom
- What Must I Do To Be Saved?
- The Savior's Invitation
- What Church To Join?
- The Terror of the Lord
- Reformers and Restorers
- Theory and Practice
N. B. Hardeman was born to Dr. John Bellefont Hardeman and Nancy Jane Hardeman on May 18, 1874, near Milledgeville, McNairy County, Tennessee. He was baptized by R. P. Meeks while attending West Tennessee Christian College about 1890. In June 1895 he graduated with a B.A. degree from this school which later became Georgie Robertson Christian College. He later received the M.S. degree from this school. He began his career as all educator in the rural schools of West Tennessee. He was a member of the faculty of Georgie Robertson Christian College for eight years, 1897-1905. In 1908 he and A. G. Freed established the National Teachers' Normal and Business. College. It was renamed Freed-Hardeman College in 1919. He served as Vice President from 1908 to 1920. He was acting President for a few years and President from 1925 until his retirement in 1950. Brother Hardeman studied the Bible under R. P. Meeks, A. G. Freed and Hall L. Calhoun. The text of his first sermon was Rom_1:16. He reached the peak of his preaching when invited by the churches of Nashville for the great Ryman Auditorium Tabernacle Meetings. Brother Hardeman died in Memphis, Tennessee, on November 6,1965, after a brief illness and was laid to rest in the Henderson cemetery on November 8, 1965.