[The Eternal Versus the Temporal] (audio)
Bishop J. Howard Dell Collection
This recording begins with a man reading about Elijah’s challenge. Dell then begins with a prayer to God about how much the people and government needs him now. He introduces the message of the eternal versus the temporal. He talks about 2 Corinthians, and how the apostles were troubled but not in despair, and that the congregation should not let temporary troubles bother them, but to think about eternal life with God. He uses Nebuchadnezzar as an example of how one can have material things and forget about how God is the ruler of the world. He enforces that material things and life events are fleeting, and that the ultimate eternal reality is God, using Daniel in the lion’s den as an example. Dell then engages the congregation in a call and response about the temporal in life. Audio then cuts to the singing of hymns.
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Dell, J. Howard, "[The Eternal Versus the Temporal] (audio)" (1959). J. Howard Dell Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. Recording 12.
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