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  • Dr. Dave Hartson

    Contributing sermons since Apr 17, 2019
Dr. Dave's church

Bala Chitto Baptist Church
Magnolia, Mississippi 39652
601-730-0850

About Dr. Dave
  • Education: Ph.D. Southwest Bible College and Seminary Masters of Divinity, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
  • Experience: 24 years pastoring Bala Chitto Baptist Church 16 years in various church positions
  • Family: Married to Anne Rau Hartson since April 6, 1974
  • Hobbies: Reading
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  • "i Thirst"

    Contributed on May 16, 2019
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    We all know what it feels like to be thirsty. Parched Lips! Cottonmouth! Feeling Dehydrated!

    BACKGROUND We all know what it feels like to be thirsty. Parched Lips! Cottonmouth! Feeling Dehydrated! It could be from working out in your yard on a hot summer day; it could be from just waking up after a surgery; or it could be that you spend a long time on the telephone talking with someone. ...read more

  • Family

    Contributed on May 9, 2019
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     | 1,326 views

    First, let me begin by wishing all our moms a Happy Mother Day. As I was thinking about Mother’s Day, it dawned on me God could have populated this world countless ways. We could have all come into this world some other way other than by a mom and a dad.

    INTRODUCTION: First, let me begin by wishing all our moms a Happy Mother Day. As I was thinking about Mother’s Day, it dawned on me God could have populated this world countless ways. We could have all come into this world some other way other than by a mom and a dad. Because God is God, there is ...read more

  • Dark Night Of The Soul

    Contributed on Apr 26, 2019
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     | 271 views

    I have made the statement over the past several weeks during this sermon series that the last words of a person are important words. I believe that as a person is nearing death, their final words are carefully chosen, deliberate and spoken for a specific purpose.

    INTRODUCTION: I have made the statement over the past several weeks during this sermon series that the last words of a person are important words. I believe that as a person is nearing death, their final words are carefully chosen, deliberate and spoken for a specific purpose. And that is how I am ...read more

  • Truth

    Contributed on Apr 17, 2019
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     | 775 views

    We come into this world with a lot to say. If you happen to live to age 70, during your lifetime, if you are an average talker (about 1600 words per day), you would have spoken 350 million words. Now some of the things that we say are more important than others.

    INTRODUCTION: And at the other end of life, the final words of a person who are dying are equally important because they represent the things that are pressing on their heart as their life is nearing the end. Family and friends will gather around the dying person to make sure that they understand ...read more

  • Forgiveness

    Contributed on Apr 17, 2019
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    TRODUCTION: Words are important. We use words to communicate with our friends and family. Business men and women use words to transact business deals. Politicians use words to convince you that they’re the best one for the job. Words are a huge part of every aspect of our lives.

    INTRODUCTION: Words are important. We use words to communicate with our friends and family. Business men and women use words to transact business deals. Politicians use words to convince you that they’re the best one for the job. Words are a huge part of every aspect of our lives. The average ...read more

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